Cruises From Whittier

Before your cruise from Whittier, Alaska explore the town—it is one of the most unique in North America. Founded as a military port and accessible only by boat or a single-lane tunnel, virtually all of Whittier’s 200-plus residents live under the same roof—a condo complex with a school, grocery store and bank built right in. As the gateway to the Prince William Sound, there’s stunning natural scenery and a selection of tidewater glaciers to explore before your cruise from Whittier.

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Flight Ease

Holland America Line Flight Ease® offers specially negotiated low prices, a convenient and worry-free way to book air travel, late-arrival protection, and the freedom to change your flights with no change fees.

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Pre/Post Cruise

Find exceptional City Stays & Pre/Post Overland Packages, which offer a seamless experience ashore to add to your cruise.

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Celebrations on Board

Life should be celebrated! What better way than with a Holland America Line cruise? Let us create the perfect event while you relax and have the time of your life.

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Things To Do In Whittier

Some things to do in Whittier, Alaska.

Kayak the Sound

The serene waters of the Prince William Sound and several artic-blue glaciers make a stunning backdrop for a kayak adventure. Hear the thrum of calving glaciers and paddle by sea life: orcas, sea otters, sea lions, and many birds.

Prince William Sound Museum

Explore Whittier’s captivating history as a Cold War outpost and railroad terminus at this small but riveting museum.

Anton Anderson Memorial Tunnel

This 2.5-mile-long, one-lane tunnel through Maynard Mountain is the longest highway tunnel in North America. It is also one of very few ways in or out of Whittier and shared with trains. Check the schedule and plan accordingly.

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