Regent Cruises in Alaska
Book any of our Regent cruises to Alaska and take your holiday to new levels of luxury and sophistication. As one of the world leaders in luxury alaskan cruises you're going to be in safe hands.
With an all inclusive approach to Alaska cruises, Regent Seven Seas mark themselves out as slightly different – unlimited free excursions, personal butler service when booking a suite, free style dining options across numerous fantastic restaurants, sumptuous cabins and suites, wonderfully attentive staff and of course, fabulous itineraries to some of the most interesting and beautiful places on the planet.
As one of the industry leaders Regent Seven Seas have an excellent reputation and work tirelessly to ensure that the high standards which they have set are maintained.
Each ship holds only 700 passengers and this ensures you receive personal and attentive service. If you choose to upgrade to a luxury suite you will have a personal butler to attend to all your needs. When you are on board one of the three ships: The Seven Seas Navigator, Seven Seas Voyager and Seven Seas Mariner you will want for nothing and every whim will be taken care of – the hardest thing will be coming home from such luxury.
With a huge range of itineraries covering Alaska, Canada and North American cities like Boston, San Francisco and the flexibility offered by Canada Travel Specialists you can make any Regent Seven Seas Cruises to Canada part of a grander tour, or the grand tour itself.
The choice is yours and our job here at the Canada Travel Specialists is to ensure that we find you the right Regent Cruises to Alaska and Canada, the right itinerary and of course, the best price for you. We have a welcoming team of travel experts who have years of experience and are dedicated to you and your perfect holiday.
A real feature of the Regent Seven Seas range of cruises are the fully inclusive excursions – the range is fantastic and you are sure to find yourself spoiled for choice when you land ashore in the USA and in Canada. Whether it is a tour of New York City, historic Quebec or cultural haven Peggy's Cove you are going to have the opportunity to get some real depth to your Regent Seven Seas Cruises to Alaska, Canada and the USA .
That is not all that is on offer though – how about Ghost Tours of Astoria, cruise to the Hubbard Glacier, or how about a cooking lesson in the heart of Alaska's wilderness? You have a great choice and the best thing about Regency is that you have already paid for them, everything is included. It means you have great flexibility – should you wish to take part in every excursion you can or if you like to do your own thing then you can – choice, freedom and flexibility are the hallmarks of a great cruise and with Regency you will enjoy one of the greatest Regent Seven Seas Cruises to Alaska and Canada you can experience.
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Call today and find out about the wonderful Alaska cruises Regent Seven Seas can offer and let our expert sales team remove the stress and put together your perfect Canada holiday.
The ship was perfection, nothing is too much trouble for the crew. The meals were excellent, entertainment good and the on-board lecturer was knowledgeable and interesting.
Denali park is a must if you want to experience the real wilderness, the scenery took our breath away and we saw grizzly bears, caribou, golden eagles etc.
Our only criticism of the whole trip was the outward bound flight withB.A. Whilst the A 380 is very comfortable there did not seem to be enough crew to handle so many passengers and the service was poor. Also we had an hour's wait for our luggage at Vancouver airport.
Saying that seems petty when everything else was great. Our cases were always where they were supposed to be and the guides and drivers couldn't have been better.
To anyone considering Alaska GO it has to be seen to be believed. Also take the wilderness tour in Denali. It is a long day but the bus is comfortable and it is the only way to see the animals properly in their natural habitat.
Cannot rate the holiday highly enough