Alaska Cruises

Alaska comes to life on a Holland America Line cruise. Cobalt-blue glaciers and primeval fjords. Breaching orca whales and otters at play. Bald eagles above and black bears foraging below. Our perfectly sized, premium ships are ideal for exploring the region’s spectacular natural beauty. Our Alaska cruise itineraries, ranging from 7 to 21 days, offer more options for glacier viewing, with more cruises to Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve, than any other cruise line.

Enjoy the Ultimate Alaska Cruise

More Ships to Alaska

With eight ships in Alaska, Holland America Line offers convenient Alaska cruise options from multiple embarkation ports, including Seattle, Vancouver, Seward and San Francisco, many with weekend departures. It’s never been easier to see Alaska.

More Options for Viewing Glaciers

We offer more visits to Glacier Bay National Park than any other cruise line. Every Alaska cruise includes one or more glaciers: Hubbard Glacier, the twin Sawyer Glaciers of Tracy Arm, College Fjord glaciers or Glacier Bay National Park.

Up-Close Encounters

Our ships’ wraparound decks offer a front-row seat to Alaska’s splendor. Explore Glacier Bay with a National Park Service ranger and a Huna Totem member. Enhance your Alaska experience in port with EXC Tours™, our award-winning shore excursions.

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Enjoy exclusive Holland America Line entertainment and enrichment activities, including Alaska in Concert by BBC Earth Experiences, America’s Test Kitchen live cooking shows and our immersive Explorations Central (EXC™) program.


On board, Alaska cuisine is inspired and guided by our Culinary Council® of world-renowned chefs. Share a stellar meal, then sway to live music at Lincoln Center Stage, B.B. King’s Blues Club and Billboard Onboard*. (*Venues vary by ship.)

Alaska Cruises from Seattle

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7-Day Alaska Cruise visiting Glacier Bay

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7-Day Alaska Cruises visiting Hubbard Glacier

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14-Day Alaska Cruise visiting Tracy Arm & Hubbard Glacier

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