Day One: Embarkation from Vancouver. Captain's announcement made it all sad and teary. Horizon Court food awesome. Ever changing dining options.
Day Two: At sea. Children liked Kids Program, scavenger hunts... Not so many chair hoggers, for it was chilly. Pool was heated to good temp.
Day Three: Ketchikan. Highly suggest the ziplining excursions. Pricey, but worth it. So much fun.
Day Four: Juneau. Sleepy Town, but lots of scenery.
Day Five: Skagway. Very sleepy town, but friendly people. Lots of stores downtown to shop for souvenirs at cheap prices.
Day Six: At sea. Same as always. However, children (crazy children) were in the pool, both. All day long.
Day Seven: Last Day. Crew made embarkation very sad, though isn't that the way it is suppose to be?
General: Really swift embarkation and disembarkation. Friendly crew from Indonesia and the Phillipines ( 99% of them). Except for the guy who served ice cream at the ice cream bar. Always seems irritated. Staterooms were very large with flat screen Tvs. Thanks for the chocolate!
Photos, worth their price.
Promenade Deck large sweeping views
Take advantage of Park Rangers on Alaskan Cruises