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Admiralty Dream Review

The only way to cruise Alaska

Review for Alaska Cruise on Admiralty Dream
2-5 Cruises • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Aug 2018

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 food on board was great with seafood, game, and vegetarian options.....They were even able to acommodate special dietary requirements form some guests.

The cruise was focused on the wildlife and scenery of Alaska. There were edicational presentations in the evenings in the lounge and the staff went ashore with us and provider interesting information at each of the stops'

There were kayaks to use, excursions on small boats, beachcombing, and just hanging out in the lounge getting to know our fellow cruisers.

Cabin Review

Cabin AA

The cabin was set up with 2 beds, shower and toilet in one room with a curtain to divide. Plenty of storage, good hanging locker. Didn't spend much time there... too many things to do.

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