Princess Cruises announced its Alaska itinerary for the summer of 2023. The cruise line will offer four round-trip voyages from Seattle to Anchorage in July and August, with a stop in Ketchikan, Alaska on the way.

Princess Cruises has released its itinerary for the 2023 Alaska season, which includes cruises and cruisetours.

Six of the line’s ships will be featured in the 2023 season, including the line’s newest Discovery Princess, which will be returning to Alaska for her second season. The season will have 143 trips on 14 different itineraries.

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Princess Majestic (Photo courtesy of Princess Cruises)

The following are some of the highlights of Princess Cruises’ Alaska season in 2023:

The Glaciers’ Voyage

Majestic Princess, Sapphire Princess, and Grand Princess will sail from Vancouver, British Columbia, and Anchorage, Alaska, on this top-rated, seven-night trip that includes two glacier viewing experiences, including Glacier Bay National Park.

From Seattle, use the Inside Passage.

From Seattle, the Discovery Princess and Crown Princess will go on a seven-night cruise via the Inside Passage.

San Francisco’s Inside Passage

The Ruby Princess will conduct a 10-night roundtrip voyage from San Francisco, which will feature a sail under the famous Golden Gate Bridge.

Passengers may combine a Voyage of the Glaciers cruise with one of 24 cruisetour itineraries ranging from three to ten nights on land, either before or after the cruise, to see Alaska’s top two attractions, Glacier Bay National Park and Denali National Park.

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The Ruby Princess’ Terrace Pool (Photo courtesy of Princess Cruises)

Taking a Princess Cruise to Alaska

Whether it’s Glacier Bay, College Fjord, Hubbard Glacier, Endicott Arm and Dawes Glacier, or Tracy Arm Fjord, every Princess cruise to Alaska includes at least one glacier viewing experience.

Sailings stop at Juneau, Ketchikan, and Skagway, with all northbound Voyage of the Glaciers and seven-night Inside Passage itineraries including a “More Ashore” late-night stopover in Juneau.

The line’s “North to Alaska” program includes local artists, writers, specialists, and others who share their skill and expertise with guests, as well as local seafood and restaurant meals offered on board and other unique experiences not found on other cruises.


Princess Cruises has its own wilderness resorts in Alaska, which are located just outside the gates of many national parks. The Princess Connoisseur Cruisetour is a 17-night cruise that includes 10 nights on land, including two nights at each of the five Princess Wilderness Lodges and excursions to five national parks.

The cruise company also provides Direct-to-the-Wilderness train service, which transports guests from the ship to its Denali-based resorts through the heart of Alaska.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Is Princess sailing to Alaska in 2021?


Are cruises to Alaska Open?

Yes, cruises to Alaska are open.

Will cruises go to Alaska in 2021?


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