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Chichagof Dream Review

Chichagof Dream
Chichagof Dream
Chichagof Dream
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About

Passengers 74
Crew 30
Passenger to Crew 2.47:1
Launched 1984; remodeled in 2015
Shore Excursions 0
Christina Janansky
Cruise Critic Producer

Chichagof Dream Overview

Chichagof Dream, the fifth ship in the Alaskan Dream Cruises fleet, is an intimate four-deck vessel formerly owned and operated by Clipper Cruise Lines and Cruise West under the names "Nantucket Clipper," "Spirit of Nantucket" and "Spirit of Glacier Bay." With a passenger capacity of 74, Chichagof Dream will become the largest ship in Alaskan Dream Cruises' fleet upon its June 2016 debut.

Following a 2015 refit at the company's Sitka shipyard, Chichagof Dream was equipped with expansive viewing decks located at the front and aft of the ship, as well as a forward-facing lounge with floor-to-ceiling windows. Other renovations included new carpets and furnishings in public spaces and cabins.

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The ship's inaugural season will offer seven-, eight- and 10-night sailings, with an emphasis on "active exploration" of Alaska's various landscapes and cultures. Activities will include wilderness hiking, scenic cruising and cultural immersion in off-the-beaten-path ports.

Chichagof Dream cruise fares include all meals and onboard accommodations, scheduled shore excursions and airport transfers, the use of outdoor Alaskan gear (including jackets, pants and boots) and standard onboard services.


Cabins

Chichagof Dream offers 37 cabins, several of which can accommodate third and fourth passengers. Split among five cabin categories, all cabins include hair dryers, fans, Alaska-crafted soaps and shampoos, and a pair of high-powered binoculars.

Deluxe Suite: Approximately 218 square feet apiece, each of the two Deluxe Suites on Chichagof Dream features a large picture window, a closet, two private bathrooms with showers and a queen bed. Two in-cabin chairs can be replaced with one twin bed -- or one twin bunk bed -- to accommodate third and fourth passengers.

Deluxe: The three Deluxe cabins, which measure 155 square feet, each have one queen bed (convertible to two singe beds), a large picture window, closet and a private bathroom with a shower.

AAA: Measuring in at 109 square feet, the 16 AAA cabins each feature a queen bed (or two twin beds), a large picture window, closet and a private bathroom with a shower.

AA: The 12 109-square-foot AA cabins on Chichagof Dream each include two twin beds that cannot be pushed together, a picture window, closet and a private bathroom with a shower.

A: The smallest accommodation onboard at 105 square feet, the A cabin comprises two twin beds that cannot be converted into one larger bed, a porthole window, wardrobe and a private bathroom with a shower. There are four A cabins onboard Chichagof Dream.


Chichagof Dream Member Reviews

Chichagof Dream
RonCooper
Sail Date: Aug 2018
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...Read More
Chichagof Dream
dj12
Sail Date: May 2018
I chose this cruise because of the small size of the ship, the opportunity to visit remote areas and also because the focus was on experiencing Alaska directly and personally. We stopped at many interesting...Read More
Chichagof Dream
dlyons4937
Sail Date: Aug 2016
had a wonderful time on our 7 night Alaskan Dream Cruise on the Chichagof Dream embarking in Juneau and ending in Sitka. The Chichagof Dream is a small ship built in the 1980's and overhauled in 2016 for...Read More
Chichagof Dream
NJFalconer
Sail Date: Aug 2016
We chose this cruise as it was smaller boat which made it easier for us as my husband Neville is blind. The crew and staff were very welcoming,and loved that the meals were not buffet. Had beautiful food. The guides...Read More

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