ADVENTURE BECKONS

FROM 11 NEW PORTS

A vast land full of adventure just waiting to be discovered. Alaska may be the Last Frontier, but it’s certainly not last on our travel bucket list. Azamara Club Cruises® is proud to introduce you to Alaska, our way. Stay longer, experience more, and absorb more local culture, while getting more glacier-capped mountains, dramatic fjords, and dense spruce-lined wilderness. From fishing villages to the false-fronted shops of gold rush port on our Alaska voyages serve-up a unique slice of culture, history, and awe-inspiring scenery. And, with our smaller, boutique-style ships, you’ll experience the quaint Alaskan ports the big guys can’t access.

Immerse yourself in native culture, rugged history, and intrepid outdoor exploration. We’re here to show you a side of Alaska that’s anything but ordinary.

Dutch Harbor

Dubbed the birthplace of winds, not even Dutch Harbor’s occasional bout of foul weather can stop you from enjoying its beauty. There’s a ceaseless list of things to see and do. Hiking, mountain biking, and skiing are all viable options, and there’s no shortage of sightseeing. Visit the port’s most stunning example of architecture, an 18th century Russian Orthodox cathedral. Take a walk around Bunker Hill or mountain bike the trails around Sitka Spruce Park. Whatever way you choose to explore Dutch Harbor, it’s sure to be breathtaking.

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Kodiak

From rolling green mountains to the blue cupolas of the Holy Resurrection Orthodox Cathedral, Kodiak is a visual feast. Referred to by locals as the Emerald Isle, Kodiak is a verdant paradise. Nearly leveled by the Good Friday Earthquake, today Kodiak has fully recovered as one of the top fishing ports in the U.S. for salmon, halibut, crab, and more.

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Homer

The most southerly tip of Alaska’s Highway 1, the bustling city of Homer might be the last stop, but it’s certainly not a destination to be overlooked. Protected from harsh winds by the Kenai Mountains, Homer’s mild temperature makes it a favorite amongst outdoor enthusiasts. Nestled between mountain bluffs and Kachemak Bay, downtown Homer is a hillside mecca for unique, local goods. Stroll down the peony-lined Pioneer Avenue to discover a variety of upscale restaurants, cafes, art galleries—even a local brewery and winery.

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Seward

Boundless adventure lives on in the rugged mountains, icy glaciers, and dramatic fjords of this scenic seaside city. Travel to the Kenai Fjords National Park to hike or ski amongst its beautiful mountains. Kayak the tide pools along the fjords, and explore the Exit Glacier while mushing your own dog-sledding team. Tour the rich waters of Resurrection Bay, join local anglers to fish for Coho salmon and halibut, or keep a look out for bright-billed puffins, friendly otters, sea lions, humpback whales, and much more.

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Icy Strait Point

At Icy Straight Point, there’s no need to fight between your inner adventurer and laid-back vacationer. You can experience the heart-pumping heights of the ZipRider® or sit back with an Alaska Crabby Bloody Mary, garnished with a fresh-caught snow crab leg. Take a chartered boat ride to see the region’s magnificent marine life, including orcas, Steller’s sea lions, seals, and porpoises. There are also plenty of opportunities to participate in the region’s favorite pastime—fishing.

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Sitka

In the shadows of the dormant, snow-capped Mount Edgecumbe, sits the quaint city of Sitka. The only community within Alaska’s Inside Passage to skirt the Pacific Ocean, Sitka’s lush green hills and salty ocean air stand in contrast to typical descriptions of the Last Frontier.

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Juneau

Rub elbows with locals on historic South Franklin Street, soak in stunning panoramic views from a gondola, and trek across the great Mendenhall Glacier. Bookended by Mount Juneau and Mount Roberts along the Gastineau Channel, Juneau is a true frontier city with a gold mining past and rugged terrain. Stretching from the 30 glaciers of the Juneau Icefield to the waterfront downtown, Juneau is unlike any state capital you’ve ever visited.

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Skagway

Experience Alaska just like the gold rush stampeders did. Travel by rail, have a drink in an authentic saloon and explore the rocky Chilkoot Trail by horseback. A perfectly preserved frontier town, Skagway is a relic of the gold rush era that opens onto the rugged Coast Mountain passages once trod by bold adventurers seeking riches in the Klondike.

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Haines

With its rugged mountain vistas and seascapes, Haines offers plenty of adventure for outdoor enthusiasts. Hiking, biking, and kayaking are just a few ways you can explore this glacial paradise. For the ultimate experience, grab a snow machine, boat tour, seaplane, or even try heli-skiing and bring your inner adventurer even closer to Haines’s rugged landscape. Also known as the “Valley of the Eagles,” Haines is a birder’s paradise. With nearly 400 bald eagles calling the region home and 260 different species of birds visiting the Chilkat Valley at any given time, you can rest assured you’ve never seen variety like this in the wild.

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Ketchikan

Surrounded by lakes, rivers, and streams, the "Salmon Capital of the World" is an angler’s paradise. Cast a line on your own, or hop on a charter to reel in salmon, halibut, red snapper, even trout. Keep an eye out for Ketchikan’s other marine residents, which include orca and humpback whales, sea lions, seals, otters, and porpoises. Zipline between cedars over a lush forest of Sitka spruce, hike Married Man’s Trail to surrounding waterfalls, kayak the twist of waterways along the Misty Fjords, or board a seaplane for a bird’s eye view of it all.

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Hubbard Glacier (Cruising)

Experience the breathtaking expanse and beauty of the Hubbard Glacier. Named after National Geographic’s first society president, Gardiner Hubbard, this frosty blue glacier is a sight, unlike anything you’ve ever seen. Crystalline, blue-lit glacier framed by snow-peaked mountains meet a flowing river, dotted with icebergs.  With scenery this surreal, you’ll have to pinch yourself to make sure you’re not dreaming.

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