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Alaskan Dream Cruise Reviews
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4.4
Very Good
34 reviews
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Best experience to enjoy the REAL Alaska with REAL Alaskans!
"After cruising over 35 times on the large ships, five of those to Alaska, we decided to try a small ship. What a delight. For us, Alaska is all about the history, scenery and wildlife. Though we enjoy the large..."Read More
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Welcome to the Wilds of Alaska!

Review for Admiralty Dream to Alaska

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Alaskan Dreamer

2-5 Cruises

Age 60s

The Last Frontier Adventure cruise aboard the Admiralty Dream was fantastic from start to finish! This small-ship cruise line has figured out how to wow its passengers while providing opportunities on the Last Frontier Adventure cruise to view wild life (sea-going, air-going and land loving), to get up close and personal with glaciers, to learn about Tlingit history and culture and about the ...
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Sail Date: August 2019

Departure Port: Boston

7 Helpful Votes


Everything was awesome

Review for Admiralty Dream to Alaska

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vydyxily

2-5 Cruises

Age 30s

The cooks did a great job and all the meals were excellent with reasonable choices for those who weren't fond of fish. The trip was very educational and included stops at three different tribal villages where we learned about customs and, for two of the tribes, dances. All our stops were both educational and interesting. The day at Hobart Bay, exclusive to Allen Marine who owns and operates ...
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Sail Date: February 2019

Departure Port: Split

3 Helpful Votes


The only way to cruise Alaska

Review for Admiralty Dream to Alaska

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DHitchcock

2-5 Cruises

Age 70s

We wanted a small ship to really see the wildlife and scenery in Alaska. The Admiralty Dream had 50 passengers and the flexibility to slow down and stop when something incredible, like whales bubble netting happened. Our room was comfortable and they loan you rain gear and boots....The area around Juneau is a rainforest. The crew and guides were exceptionally knowledgeable and friendly. The ...
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Sail Date: August 2018

Departure Port: Boston


Wonderful cruise

Review for Chichagof Dream to Alaska

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RonCooper

2-5 Cruises

Age 70s

Could not fault the operation of this cruise that included pickups from airport and hotel. With only 69 passengers and 29 crew members we were pampered with excellent organisation and wonderful food. The wildlife performed admirably although the presence of a brown bear ambling along the shore in front of a glacier meant that we were unable to land as the crew were not keen on losing any ...
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Sail Date: August 2018

Departure Port: Boston

9 Helpful Votes


Just fantastic

Review for Admiralty Dream to Alaska

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Ommie50

First Time Cruiser

Age 70s

We decided on going with the Alaskan Dream Cruise line after reading a review of one of their trips in a newspaper many years ago. Being a small ship with only 50 passengers, we knew it would mean we could visit places that the bigger cruise ships could not and we would get to know the other passengers. With the company being owned by an Alaskan family, the promise was to visit select native ...
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Sail Date: August 2018

Departure Port: Boston

11 Helpful Votes


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