No vacation in the world delivers once-in-a-lifetime adventure seven days a week like sailing Alaska with Royal Caribbean®.
And summer 2024 marks your clients' year to cross this bucket-busting destination off their list once and for all. Take off by dogsled across thousand-year-old ice as they soak in otherworldly sights. Trek across the majestic Mendenhall Glacier for breathtaking views of the wildest country. Get to know wildlife, big and small, that call this wilderness home, like otters, eagles, bears, and whales. And do it all from onboard one of four thrill-filled ships — including Ovation and Quantum of the Seas®, the most adventure-packed in the region. This is Last Frontier pioneering with the cruise line voted Best Overall by Travel Weekly readers for 21 years running.
Unique Alaska Adventures
Only In Alaska
The Last Frontier is a place overflowing with adventure — whether on land, sea, or air.
Your clients will be awed by up-close encounters with some of the planet’s largest animals while whale watching in Icy Straight Point. Reach a state of peak excitement as they race across the majestic Mendenhall Glacier on a dogsledding trek. And soak up an epic swell of emotion as pristine wilderness in every direction sweeps them away on a railway tour through White Pass. Once-in-a-lifetime comes seven days a week on an Alaska adventure with Royal Caribbean®.
Totem Park - Sitka, Alaska
Unique Alaska Adventures
Answer the Call of the Wild
Calling all wildlife lovers — we invite you to get up close to majestic Alaska locals. Watch massive whales breach and bob off the coast of Juneau. Paddle around the Tatoosh Islands for an unparalleled peek at playful otters, bald eagles soaring overhead, and rushing salmon that frequent the area. And keep your clients on the lookout for hulking bears as they hike through Herring Cove’s coastal rainforest. Discover Alaska’s wild streak with Royal Caribbean®.
Bucket List Destinations
A Bucket of Gold
Endicott Arm & Dawes Glacier
Consider your clients' Alaska bucket list conquered.
Discovering a bounty of wildlife in the capital city of Juneau? Check. Traveling back in time to the era of The Gold Rush in Skagway? Done. From savoring fresh-caught local salmon in Ketchikan to kayaking with sea otters in Sitka and breathtaking views while sailing the Inside Passage. Or setting eyes on the largest tidewater glacier in North America, Hubbard Glacier. Nothing is more gratifying than crossing all these once-in-a-lifetime experiences off the list on one unforgettable journey. Put adventure first with Royal Caribbean®, voted Best Cruise Line by Travel Weekly readers for 21 years running.
Inside Passage, Alaska
Hubbard Glacier, Alaska
Dawes Glacier, Alaska
Bucket List Destinations
Deep Inside the Great Outdoors
Shaped by the staggering force of massive glaciers millions of years ago, Alaska’s Inside Passage awes explorers with miles and miles of wildlife-dotted fjords, tidewater glaciers, and vibrant forest scenery along the Pacific coast. Immerse your clients in spectacular views in every direction as they sail through this panoramic powerhouse. It’s more than 1,000 islands, islets, coves and fjords. Charming coastal towns, each with its own character. Plus Tongass National Forest — the largest in the country, blanketing nearly 17 million acres across southeast Alaska. From lush landscapes to glacial giants, the views vibrate with unspoiled greens and every hue of blue.
Seize Your Sea Day
Nonstop Adventure From Ship to Shore
North Star - Ovation of the Seas
Alaska-sized adventure begins the moment your clients step onboard.
Go from gliding along a glacier on a dog sled to taming the tide on the FlowRider® surf simulator. Step back in time to The Gold Rush era before riding the wind on Ripcord® by iFly®. Then have the playtime of a lifetime in SeaPlex®with bumper car bonding and roller-skating round-ups. And surround your clients with unrivaled 360-degree views from over 300 feet up on the North Star® or sightsee from their favorite spot onboard with more than three acres of exterior glass. All this and more awaits onboard four thrill-filled Royal Caribbean® ships sailing the region — Quantum Class gamechangers Ovation of the Seas® and Quantum of the Seas®, along with fan favorites Brilliance of the Seas® and Radiance of the Seas®. We’re putting adventure first on the Last Frontier.
Seaplex - Quantum of the Seas
Ovation of the Seas
Radiance of the Seas
Brilliance of the Seas
Sieze Your Sea Day
A Bold New Way to Experience Alaska
This Summer, Quantum of the Seas® will sail Alaska’s emerald fjords and glacier-dotted bays on seven-night adventures from Seattle during our boldest season up north. The boldest ship in the region offers glacier gazing from the unrivaled perspective of the North Star® — the tallest viewing deck on a cruise ship. Edge-of-the-seat entertainment, game changing, all-weather activities like the fan-favorite FlowRider® and unparalleled views from every room — from a Balcony or Virtual BalconySM. Sail itineraries from Seattle to Juneau, Skagway and Sitka, and plenty of spectacular shores in between.
Your clients can get the best of both worlds when they pair up their Alaskan cruise.
Alaska's rugged southeastern coast represents some of nature's best work, but a journey into the interior reveals so much more. Mighty, glacier-fed rivers. Towns where moose stroll the streets. The vast tiaga forests and rolling tundra of Denali National Park. And the great one itself - Denali, the mountain standing tall over the rest of the snow-covered Alaska range. With a Royal Caribbean Cruisetour, your clients will enjoy both a 7-night sailing along the stunning southeastern coastline and a multi-night land tour into the breathtakingly beautiful inland destinations. If your clients are going the distance, have them discover the best of Alaska by land and sea on a Royal Caribbean Cruisetour.
Take Incredible to New Heights
Six Million Acres of Untamed Discovery
In the center of the Alaska Range, the alpine landscapes of taiga forest and vast tundra rise up to meet giant glaciers and rugged mountains covered in snow. Towering high above them all is Denali, North America's tallest peak at 20,210 feet. Central to the cultural heritage of the native peoples who have lived here for thousands of years, the giant mountain is the ultimate symbol of the Alaskan wild.