The Celebrity Eclipse takes you on the Hubbard Glacier cruise. A 7 night round trip to Alaska from Vancouver, you will take in the Inside Passage, Icy Strait, Hubbard Glacier, Juneau & Ketchikan.
Onboard Celebrity Eclipse, your journey becomes a destination in itself. Whether you choose to treat yourself to an indulgent treatment at the world-renowned Canyon Ranch spa, or get competitive with some games at the Lawn Club (our very own half acre of real grass), there’s luxury on every level onboard Celebrity Eclipse.
As night falls, head to the Martini Bar where you can enjoy a cocktail; our talented bartenders transform mixing your evening drink into jaw-dropping entertainment. Or, simply sit back and admire the night sky from the Sunset Bar on the top deck.
The 5* luxurious vessels offer both relaxation and rejuvenation and superb amenities: award-winning cuisine created by Michel Roux, exclusive aqua spa facilities, theatre and casinos and much, much more. Each of their standard cabins includes either 2 twin beds or 1 queen sized bed, en suite facilities with shower, wc, vanity area and TV, radio and telephone.
The more luxurious Ocean view and Premium Ocean view accommodations offer all the above, plus great picture windows, and varying additional amenities including a refrigerator, a sitting area and a private balcony with your own sun lounger.
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"amazing time in Canada"
I just wanted to say THANKYOU for organising us a completely fantastic honeymoon!!! We had a really amazing time in Canada, everything ran so smoothly and we absolutely loved the country - we can't wait to go back (already planning the next trip!).
Itinerary (7 Nights)
Here’s a day-by-day guide to your itinerary. Feel free to ask us to add other days or ideas and excursions by contacting us directly, so we can give you the best price.
Every bit as cosmopolitan as Seattle, with a distinctive European flair, Vancouver is the Canadian...
Every bit as cosmopolitan as Seattle, with a distinctive European flair, Vancouver is the Canadian jewel of Puget Sound. From the cobblestone streets of the Gastown district to Little Italy and Chinatown, Vancouver has something for everyone.
Inside Passage Cruising
This is one of the most famously beautiful passages in all the world. It features...
Inside Passage Cruising
This is one of the most famously beautiful passages in all the world. It features virtually everything you came to Alaska hoping to see, including rain forests, glaciers, fjords and white-capped peaks. All of which create a setting that’s perfect for viewing whales and sea lions.
Icy Strait Point
Fifty miles west of Juneau and at the mouth of Glacier Bay, lies historic Icy...
Icy Strait Point
Fifty miles west of Juneau and at the mouth of Glacier Bay, lies historic Icy Strait Point. Travelers have the unique opportunity to experience Tlingit culture, superior wildlife viewing opportunities and years of Alaskan history.
Hubbard Glacier is the one glacier in the world that does not move at a...
Hubbard Glacier is the one glacier in the world that does not move at a glacial pace. Quite the opposite. In fact, in 1986, Hubbard Glacier – the largest tidewater glacier on the North American continent – moved an average of just under 5.5 feet per hour. Keep a watchful eye as you sail through the Yakutat Bay, as you may be a witness to geological history.
Where Earl Grey meets Eddie Bauer® would be a good way to describe the charms of...
Where Earl Grey meets Eddie Bauer® would be a good way to describe the charms of Alaska’s capital city. Here the pioneering spirit lives on in an interesting mix of cosmopolitan chic and frontier ruggedness. Visit the Alaska State Museum and its exquisite collection of Russian Orthodox and Gold Rush relics.
In addition to being the jumping-off point for seaplane excursions into the Misty Fjords National...
In addition to being the jumping-off point for seaplane excursions into the Misty Fjords National Monument and its 2.2 million acres of wilderness nirvana, Ketchikan is also the ancestral home of the Tlingit tribe. Another “must-see” here is the world’s largest collection of totem poles. You can learn what motivates someone to turn a piece of lumber into a towering work of art at the Saxman Native Village and Totem Bight and Totem Heritage Center.