Board the Queen Elizabeth ship and immerse yourself in its elegance and beauty. This ship offers a 10 night sailing roundtrip from Seattle on select dates during June, July and August 2025
Cunard Line is a name synonymous with quality and sophistication which maintains the British traditions of luxury cruising. The fleet consists of three ships, the Queen Mary 2, the Queen Victoria and the Queen Elizabeth. Cunard’s dedication to excellence and quality shows throughout these elegant ships. Cunard have set the standard for sophisticated ocean travel.
The classic traditions of the grand ocean voyage are very much alive on board Cunard’s luxury liners. Having long ago set the standard, Cunard continue to exceed it. You will enjoy many wonderful experiences on board, including the sumptuous Royal Spa, fantastic concerts and cabarets, theatre or cinema, deluxe staterooms or the famous White Star Service.
You’ll be spoiled for choice on the Queen Elizabeth, with a wide range of delicious food to enjoy in a variety of eating places. Everything is beautifully presented and offered with wines to complement your choice perfectly. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are available in the main restaurants as well as in the buffet restaurants 24 hours a day along with snacks, tea, coffee, water and fruit juice. 24-hour room service is also available. You can also indulge in a traditional afternoon tea which is served each day in the Queens Room.
On board a Cunard cruise ship, you can choose from Britannia and Britannia Club staterooms or luxurious Princess Grill and Queens Grill suites. All cabins are en-suite and air conditioned and include a refrigerator, hair dryer and safe. There is also a nightly turndown service and steward to ensure your stateroom or suite is always pristine. Satellite TV is provided with multi-language film and music channels.
Upgrade to the Cunard Grill Suites for the ultimate luxury experience. Whether you choose a Princess Grill or a Queens Grill, you will enjoy elegant, spacious surroundings to relax and unwind. Luxurious touches include chilled champagne to welcome you on board, complimentary fresh fruit and flowers delivered daily, access to some exclusive areas including The Grills Lounge and Terrace, The Grills Lounge Afternoon Tea, fine dining in the Grills restaurants, and the services of a Concierge. Queens Grill suites also include a Personal Butler.
Day 1 - Seattle
They say you can’t please everybody, and yet Seattle may be the exception to that rule. Beautifully green in every season (the source of its Emerald City moniker), it’s a destination that seems to have it all. Big industry, blissfully coexisting alongside small independent businesses. Top-quality seafood (courtesy of its position on the Puget sound). A beautifully balanced blend of city parks, waterfront walks, and beaches, that set the scene for all sorts of outdoor adventures.
Add to that a long-established cultural offering that includes concert halls, art galleries, and museums, and it’s easy to see why Seattle is considered by many to be the perfect place to put down roots, (even more so if you’re a fan of craft beer and coffee).
Day 2 - Inside Passage
The Alaskan Inside Passage is a sea route of fjords, islands and bays. It is one of the most scenic maritime journeys in the world, with its spectacular mountain ranges, quaint towns and lush islands. This protected waterway is one of the few where larger vessels can sail so near to the steep mountain walls, enabling you to experience glaciers, forest-clad islands and ice-carved fjords up-close.
Day 3 - Endicott Arm
This pristine fjord is located in Alaska’s south-eastern strip, a region sometimes referred to as The Panhandle, and certainly known for its photogenic landscape.
Sparkling still waters. Majestic mountains. Soaring eagles. All these and more are sights that await at Endicott Arm. Enjoy scenes of extraordinary natural beauty as your Cunard Queen sails along this 30-mile stretch of glasslike water, at the end of the Tracy Arm-Fords Terror Wilderness.
As a cruise-by port, there is no port to call in at and explore as such. Instead, treasure time spent simply soaking up the surroundings, in this part of the world that’s truly like no other.
Day 4 - Icy Straight Point
Picture Alaska and you’ve more or less conjured Icy Strait Point. This natively owned cruise port on Chichagof Island offers the best of what makes this region unique; piercing blue waters, emerald green forest and myriad ways to enjoy the outdoors.
You may decide to spend the afternoon whale watching, join a fishing expedition or take in the scenery on a guided kayaking experience. Then there are the nature hikes, offering the chance to spot native brown bears and eagles in their natural habitat. For the truly brave, Icy Strait Point is also home to the world’s largest zip rider, which propels you over 5000 feet from a 1,300 vertical drop. It is an adrenaline-fuelled experience, perhaps not one for everyone, but definitely something you won’t forget in a hurry.
Icy Strait Point
Day 5 - Juneau
Beneath an ice field that never melts, on a waterway that never freezes, Juneau is the unusual and disarmingly beautiful capital of Alaska. The Mendenhall Glacier is the not-to-be-missed attraction. Look for orca and humpback whales as we sail into Juneau. There’s plenty to entertain and intrigue in the city. If you’re feeling fit, explore the glaciers by kayak or trek with crampons and an axe.
Venture into genuine wilderness as you sail to, and amongst, the mix of huge icebergs and towering mountain peaks of Tracy Arm, located in the southeastern strip of Alaska bordering British Columbia.
Marvel nature at its most unspoilt and compelling, spotting wildlife as you go, while you explore parts of the largest temperate rainforest in the world: Tongass National Forest.
Day 6 - Skagway
Gateway to the Klondike, with highlights including White Summit Pass and the cable Yukon Suspension Bridge. The gold rush coastal town of Skagway, Alaska, was previoulsy a lawless Wild West outpost.
Day 7 - Glacier Bay (cruising)
With snow-capped peaks, abundant wildlife and shimmering glaciers, it’s no wonder Glacier Bay National Park is the crowning jewel of Alaska’s Inside Passage. Glacier Bay National Park Port Guide.
Spanning 3.3 million acres, as part of a 25-million-acre World Heritage Site, a Glacier Bay National Park cruise reveals some of the planet’s most remarkable tidewater glaciers.
Top landmarks and sights in Glacier Bay National Park .
There’s so much to take in on a Glacier Bay National Park cruise, it’s hard to know where to begin. Towering mountains, gargantuan icebergs and majestic glaciers stretch as far as the eye can see, disappearing onto the horizon in every direction. It’s a thrilling sight to experience from the deck of a cruise ship, or snuggled under a blanket in the warmth of your stateroom balcony, as you silently watch the world go by.
The park is home to over 1,000 glaciers, the majority of which nestle in the surrounding mountains, connecting land to sky like nature’s skyscrapers. Soaring to 15,000 feet, Glacier Bay’s ranges are the highest coastal peaks in all the world; their abundant snowfall offering the perfect breeding ground for glaciers to take shape. One of the highlights of visiting Glacier Bay National Park is watching the prolific calving of these shimmering ice giants. Towering hundreds of feet above the water, as well as stretching a hundred feet below, huge jagged pinnacles routinely break off in thunderous explosions, resulting in flotillas of icebergs. It’s an awe-inspiring spectacle.
Day 8 - Ketchikan
Tiny Ketchikan is just three miles long and three blocks wide, but here you can be sure to find Alaska’s busiest waterfront buzzing with boat planes, fishing boats, pleasure craft, and busy fishermen. Local trawlers bring delicacies like king crab, octopus, shark, prawn and rockfish to Ketchikan, known as Alaska’s First City for its location and its figurehead status for outstanding natural beauty.
Day 9 - At Sea
A day at sea to relax and enjoy the endless on board facilities and activities available
Day 10 - Victoria
The capital of British Colombia, Victoria, possesses a unique blend of historic charm and contemporary charisma. It offers a wide variety of exquisite sights that draw visitors from around the world. Notable landmarks include Craigdarroch Castle and the elegant Empress Hotel, which contrast with the shops and restaurants. There’s ample opportunity for whale watching and wildlife viewing, too.
Day 11 - Disembark Ship Seattle
Disembark in Seattle
Royal Spa Bath House
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