Cruises out of Vancouver

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4 Night Pacific Coastal
Departure Port: Vancouver
Sailing Dates
2018 Oct 19
Princess Cruises
Emerald Princess
Pros: Friendly crew, well-crafted shore tours, improved specialty dining
Cons: Long queues to enter main dining rooms and upselling in the spa
Bottom Line: Relaxed atmosphere with dining and entertainment options for all ages
Day 1 Vancouver
Day 2 Astoria
Day 3 Cruising
Day 4 Cruising
Day 5 Los Angeles
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7 Night Inside Passage (vancouver To Seattle)
Departure Port: Vancouver
Sailing Dates
2018 May 13
Princess Cruises
Emerald Princess
Pros: Friendly crew, well-crafted shore tours, improved specialty dining
Cons: Long queues to enter main dining rooms and upselling in the spa
Bottom Line: Relaxed atmosphere with dining and entertainment options for all ages
Day 1 Vancouver
Day 2 Cruising
Day 3 Ketchikan
Day 4 Tracy Arm
Day 4 Juneau
Day 5 Skagway
Day 6 Cruising
Day 7 Victoria
Day 8 Seattle
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7 Night Voyage Of The Glaciers (northbound)
Departure Port: Vancouver
Sailing Dates
2018 May 19 Jun 2 Jun 16 Jun 30 More
Jul 14 Jul 28 Aug 11 Aug 25
Princess Cruises
Golden Princess
Pro: Lots of options for dining, drinking and swimming, and a high ratio of balcony cabins
Con: Some of the decor is not as modern as other ships in the region
Bottom Line: A great all-rounder for passengers of all ages
Day 1 Vancouver
Day 2 Cruising
Day 3 Ketchikan
Day 4 Juneau
Day 5 Skagway
Day 6 Glacier Bay
Day 7 College Fjord
Day 8 Anchorage
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3 Night Pacific Coastal
Departure Port: Vancouver
Sailing Dates
2018 Sep 8
Princess Cruises
Golden Princess
Pro: Lots of options for dining, drinking and swimming, and a high ratio of balcony cabins
Con: Some of the decor is not as modern as other ships in the region
Bottom Line: A great all-rounder for passengers of all ages
Day 1 Vancouver
Day 2 Cruising
Day 3 Cruising
Day 4 Los Angeles
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7 Night Pacific Wine Country
Departure Port: Vancouver
Sailing Dates
2018 Sep 19
Princess Cruises
Island Princess
Pro: Comfortable, mid-sized ship; peaceful adults-only sun deck; good variety of food.
Con: Ship generally feels cramped; bathrooms and standard balconies are also small.
Bottom Line: Ideal for those looking for a traditional cruise ship experience with no surprises.
Day 1 Vancouver
Day 2 Victoria
Day 3 Astoria
Day 4 Cruising
Day 5 San Francisco
Day 6 Cruising
Day 7 Santa Barbara
Day 8 Los Angeles

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7 Night Inside Passage With Glacier Bay
Departure Port: Vancouver
Sailing Dates
2017 Sep 13
2018 May 2 May 9 Less
Princess Cruises
Island Princess
Pro: Comfortable, mid-sized ship; peaceful adults-only sun deck; good variety of food.
Con: Ship generally feels cramped; bathrooms and standard balconies are also small.
Bottom Line: Ideal for those looking for a traditional cruise ship experience with no surprises.
Day 1 Vancouver
Day 2 Cruising
Day 3 Juneau
Day 4 Skagway
Day 5 Glacier Bay
Day 6 Ketchikan
Day 7 Cruising
Day 8 Vancouver
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7 Night Voyage Of The Glaciers (northbound)
Departure Port: Vancouver
Sailing Dates
2017 Aug 2 Aug 16 Aug 30
Princess Cruises
Island Princess
Pro: Comfortable, mid-sized ship; peaceful adults-only sun deck; good variety of food.
Con: Ship generally feels cramped; bathrooms and standard balconies are also small.
Bottom Line: Ideal for those looking for a traditional cruise ship experience with no surprises.
Day 1 Vancouver
Day 2 Cruising
Day 3 Ketchikan
Day 4 Juneau
Day 5 Skagway
Day 6 Glacier Bay
Day 7 College Fjord
Day 8 Anchorage
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22 Night Panama Canal & Pacific Coast
Departure Port: Vancouver
Sailing Dates
2018 Sep 19
Princess Cruises
Island Princess
Pro: Comfortable, mid-sized ship; peaceful adults-only sun deck; good variety of food.
Con: Ship generally feels cramped; bathrooms and standard balconies are also small.
Bottom Line: Ideal for those looking for a traditional cruise ship experience with no surprises.
Day 1 Vancouver
Day 2 Victoria
Day 3 Astoria
Day 4 Cruising
Day 5 San Francisco
Day 6 Cruising
Day 7 Santa Barbara
Day 8 Los Angeles
Day 9 Cruising
Day 10 Cruising
Day 11 Puerto Vallarta
Day 12 Cruising
Day 13 Huatulco
Day 14 Cruising
Day 15 San Juan del Sur
Day 16 Puntarenas (Puerto Caldera)
Day 17 Cruising
Day 18 Fuerte Amador
Day 19 Panama Canal (Cruising)
Day 20 Cartagena (Colombia)
Day 21 Cruising
Day 22 Cruising
Day 23 Fort Lauderdale (Port Everglades)
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7 Night Voyage Of The Glaciers (northbound With Icy Strait Point)
Departure Port: Vancouver
Sailing Dates
2018 May 16 May 30 Jun 13 Jun 27 More
Jul 11 Jul 25 Aug 8 Aug 22
Sep 5
Princess Cruises
Island Princess
Pro: Comfortable, mid-sized ship; peaceful adults-only sun deck; good variety of food.
Con: Ship generally feels cramped; bathrooms and standard balconies are also small.
Bottom Line: Ideal for those looking for a traditional cruise ship experience with no surprises.
Day 1 Vancouver
Day 2 Cruising
Day 3 Icy Strait
Day 4 Juneau
Day 5 Skagway
Day 6 Glacier Bay
Day 7 College Fjord
Day 8 Anchorage
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3 Night Pacific Coastal
Departure Port: Vancouver
Sailing Dates
2017 Sep 20
Princess Cruises
Island Princess
Pro: Comfortable, mid-sized ship; peaceful adults-only sun deck; good variety of food.
Con: Ship generally feels cramped; bathrooms and standard balconies are also small.
Bottom Line: Ideal for those looking for a traditional cruise ship experience with no surprises.
Day 1 Vancouver
Day 2 Cruising
Day 3 Cruising
Day 4 Los Angeles
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6 Night Pacific Wine Country
Departure Port: Vancouver
Sailing Dates
2017 Oct 1
2018 Oct 14 Less
Princess Cruises
Ruby Princess
Pros: Excellent service and array of dining and entertainment options
Cons: Upselling is a bit excessive
Bottom Line: Friendly ship, with more free dining and activities than for-fee alternatives
Day 1 Vancouver
Day 2 Astoria
Day 3 Cruising
Day 4 San Francisco
Day 5 Cruising
Day 6 Santa Barbara
Day 7 Los Angeles
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1 Night Pacific Coastal
Departure Port: Vancouver
Sailing Dates
2018 Apr 27
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Princess Cruises
Ruby Princess
Pros: Excellent service and array of dining and entertainment options
Cons: Upselling is a bit excessive
Bottom Line: Friendly ship, with more free dining and activities than for-fee alternatives
Day 1 Vancouver
Day 2 Seattle
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4 Night Pacific Coastal
Departure Port: Vancouver
Sailing Dates
2018 Sep 15
Princess Cruises
Star Princess
Pro: Activities and cuisine are themed around the ship's itinerary.
Con: Nightlife and evening entertainment can be lacking, especially the main stage shows.
Bottom Line: Enrichment, food and drink are strong suits, but you need port days to keep from getting bored.
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Great choice for multi-generational families
Lotus Spa has Asian influences
Relaxing adults-only Sanctuary
Day 1 Vancouver
Day 2 Victoria
Day 3 Cruising
Day 4 Cruising
Day 5 Los Angeles
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10 Night Classic California Coast
Departure Port: Vancouver
Sailing Dates
2017 Oct 8
Princess Cruises
Star Princess
Pro: Activities and cuisine are themed around the ship's itinerary.
Con: Nightlife and evening entertainment can be lacking, especially the main stage shows.
Bottom Line: Enrichment, food and drink are strong suits, but you need port days to keep from getting bored.
Cool wedding Webcam in Hearts & Minds chapel
Great choice for multi-generational families
Lotus Spa has Asian influences
Relaxing adults-only Sanctuary
Day 1 Vancouver
Day 2 Cruising
Day 3 Cruising
Day 4 Los Angeles
Day 5 Catalina Island (California)
Day 6 Monterey
Day 7 San Francisco
Day 8 San Francisco
Day 9 Cruising
Day 10 Cruising
Day 11 Vancouver
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7 Night Inside Passage (with Glacier Bay National Park)
Departure Port: Vancouver
Sailing Dates
2018 May 5
Princess Cruises
Star Princess
Pro: Activities and cuisine are themed around the ship's itinerary.
Con: Nightlife and evening entertainment can be lacking, especially the main stage shows.
Bottom Line: Enrichment, food and drink are strong suits, but you need port days to keep from getting bored.
Cool wedding Webcam in Hearts & Minds chapel
Great choice for multi-generational families
Lotus Spa has Asian influences
Relaxing adults-only Sanctuary
Day 1 Vancouver
Day 2 Cruising
Day 3 Glacier Bay
Day 4 Skagway
Day 5 Juneau
Day 6 Ketchikan
Day 7 Cruising
Day 8 Vancouver
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