For adventure-seekers and cruise enthusiasts alike, nothing beats an Alaskan cruise. A place truly wild in every sense of the word, Alaska offers a glimpse at what life was like long before roads, skyscrapers and cell phones. The frigid north is renowned for its beauty and thrilling expeditions which test your mettle as an intrepid soul.
Windstar Cruises, a Seattle-based cruise ship line, is bringing their ship Star Legend back to Alaska this summer for a journey guests aren’t likely to forget. The ship holds just 212 passengers and each room is a suite for the ultimate luxury cruise experience.
What to Expect on an Alaskan Cruise
Alaskan cruises, long known for their expeditions, ensure you aren’t just relaxing on the ship. Passengers aboard Star Legend dive into the untamed wild of the Alaskan coastline and test themselves against a region untouched by modern man.
Windstar President John Delaney touted the Signature Expedition series as a must-see adventure for cruise and nature enthusiasts.
“We are thrilled to finally be back in Alaska having just launched our Signature Expeditions that embraces the natural beauty of the region, and allow for the most authentic, destination-focused experiences for our guests,” he said.
Adventuring the Wild
This particular Alaska cruise takes guests on zodiac and kayaking adventures along Alaska’s rugged natural coastline and gets guests closer, shows them more, and sends them home with once-in-a-lifetime photos and memories.
Windstar is the official cruise line of the James Beard Foundation, a top culinary arts group, so passengers can expect superb local seafood specialties aboard the vessel as well as during small group tours once ashore.
The Windstar Signature Expeditions Team also guide passengers on expeditions via inflatable watercraft to some of the most scenic hiking spots you’ll ever see. Cruise enthusiasts can choose from a wide variety of departure dates in 2018 and 2019 so there’s an Alaskan cruise that fits everyone’s schedule!