26 Glacier Cruise on the Klondike Express

Alaska Glacier and Wildlife Day Cruises

Prince William Sound is a wonderland of massive glaciers, dense spruce forests and abundant wildlife. Embark on a journey that retraces the path of early explorers Vitus Bering, Georg Wilhelm Steller, Captain James Cook and Captain George Vancouver. These great explorers discovered Alaska in 1741, navigated these waters in search of the Northwest Passage, identified new species of animals; Steller Sea Lion, Steller Jay, Steller Eider and Steller Sea Eagle, and traded with the indigenous people. Professional narration is provided by U.S. Forest Service Rangers on every cruise with stories about these early explorers and their adventures along our cruise routes.

26 Glacier Cruise

Our most popular choice!

A journey into Prince William Sound is unforgettable. Explore the serenity of Esther Passage. View the majestic alpine and tidewater glaciers in College and Harriman Fjord while traveling in luxurious comfort aboard the M/V Klondike Express, the fastest catamaran in Alaska.

Alaska Glacier Cruise on the Klondike Express

M/V Klondike Express

    May 1 - September 30, 2014
    12:30 pm - 5:30 pm
    $149 Adult, $89 Child plus $19.95 tax/fees

Highlights

  • Esther Passage, Barry Arm, Harriman Fjord
  • Explore over 140 miles of Prince William Sound
  • Cruise by a Stellar sea lion rookery
  • 26 named glaciers and many more along this route
  • 5 hours, daily May - September

Glacier Quest Cruise

Great choice for families with children!
Cruise into magnificent Blackstone Bay, home to seven glaciers and Yosemite-scale waterfalls. Watch for playful sea otters, harbor seals, kittiwakes, bears, whales or mountain goats. The M/V Glacier Quest is our newest luxuary catamaran that will whisk you to your adventure in comfort with large picture windows and heated cabin.

M/V Glacier Quest

    May 1 - September 30, 2014
    1:00 pm - 4:45 pm
    $99 Adult, $59 Child plus taxes/fees

Highlights

  • Shotgun cove, Blackstone Bay
  • Explore 45 miles of Prince William Sound
  • View waterfalls and spruce tree forest
  • 7 alpine or tidewater glaciers along this route
  • 3.75 hours, daily May - September


Both Cruises Include

Both cruises include a complimentary hot lunch, narration by U.S. Forest Service Rangers, reserved indoor seating, full-service bar and snacks for purchase, restroom equipped, and no seasickness guarantee.

Professional narration is provided by US Forest Service Rangers from Mid-May to Mid-September on every cruise. Narration is provided by our trained and professional Captain and crew if the Ranger is not on board.

We depart from Port of Whittier, about 60 miles or 1.5 hours south of Anchorage. Our cruises can easily be accessed by car, coach and rail service departing from Anchorage.

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