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Alaska Cruises From Seattle

Charming towns and majestic coastlines await on an Alaska cruise from Seattle. Embark on a 7-day roundtrip Alaska cruise from Seattle with a convenient weekend departure from the Emerald City’s spectacular waterfront. Experience majestic glaciers with itineraries featuring Glacier Bay National Park or Hubbard Glacier. Visit attractions in Alaska’s most-beloved ports: Ketchikan, Juneau and Sitka. Find all the resources you need to start planning your Seattle to Alaska cruise.

A map showing cruise routes from Fort Lauderdale, Vancouver, Seattle, San Diego, and Boston

See the World From Your Doorstep

Drive or fly to Seattle and take in the wild wonders of Alaska on 7-day roundtrip cruises. Or trace the coast and transit the historic Panama Canal on 21-day sailings. Visit 225 ports in 91 countries from the U.S. and Canada.

Featured Alaska Cruises From Seattle

Alaska's glaciers at sunset


Explore Hubbard Glacier or Glacier Bay on 7-day roundtrip Alaska cruises from Seattle.

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Things To Do In Seattle

Find top picks of things to do before or after your cruise from Seattle.

Front entrance to the Museum of Pop Culture in Seattle

Museum Of Pop Culture (MOPOP)

Save extra time before your cruise from Seattle to explore interactive exhibits spanning music, sci-fi and fantasy, animation, video games and other pop culture bits in this creation by architect Frank Gehry. Play instruments in the Sound Lab, a hands-on studio.
Seattle's Space Needle towers of downtown Seattle

Space Needle

Visit Seattle’s most iconic structure, recently redone with two new levels. Step onto a rotating glass floor and take in mind-blowing city and mountain views on the outdoor deck. Sip wine or espresso at wine bars and cafes high in the sky.
Freshly caught fish in ice at Pike Place Market in Seattle

Pike Place Market

Founded in 1907, the market thrives today as a place for both locals and visitors to shop for the freshest salmon and crab, pick up colorful bouquets of paper-wrapped tulips and enjoy steaming chowder while admiring Elliott Bay. The original Starbucks is here, too, opened in 1971.

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