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The Pacific North West and Alaska

Seattle I San Juan’s I Vancouver I Victoria I Campbell River I Ketchikan to Sitka to Juneau

There is perhaps no outdoors grander than the majestic mountains, glaciers and fjords of Alaska. Twice as large as Texas with 33,000 miles of coastline and abundant wildlife, Alaska provides a unique setting for adventure cruising.
The San Juan Archipelago showcases nature at its best with abundant wild life, clear deep waters, unspoiled evergreen forests, charming small ports and plenty of islands to explore. All just a short sail from Seattle.
The cruising season is from May to September but access to Alaska can be difficult even in summer due to fog. Temperatures can plummet suddenly (40F/5C to 70F/21C) and autumn can start early. The Pacific North West is milder (73F/23C to 80F/27C) but gets a fair amount of rain all year round.
It’s all about the great outdoors and the majesty of nature so, large cities apart, facilities are low key and functional.

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