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Noordam - Sun, Jun 07, 2020 - 14 Nights

Noordam - Sun, Jun 07, 2020 - 14 Nights

Cruise Line: Holland America Cruises
Cruise Ship: Noordam
Departs: Sun, Jun 07, 2020 Vancouver, Canada
Arrives: Sun, Jun 21, 2020 Fairbanks, Alaska

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Itinerary

Day Port Arrival Departure
Date:
Jun 07, 2020
Port:
Vancouver, Canada
Departure:
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Arrival:
4:30 PM
Date:
Jun 08, 2020
Port:
Scenic Cruising The Inside Passage
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Arrival:
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Date:
Jun 09, 2020
Port:
Ketchikan, Alaska
Departure:
7:00 AM
Arrival:
3:00 PM
Date:
Jun 10, 2020
Port:
Juneau, Alaska
Departure:
10:00 AM
Arrival:
10:00 PM
Date:
Jun 11, 2020
Port:
Skagway, Alaska
Departure:
7:00 AM
Arrival:
9:00 PM
Date:
Jun 12, 2020
Port:
Glacier Bay, Alaska
Departure:
7:00 AM
Arrival:
5:00 PM
Date:
Jun 13, 2020
Port:
At Sea
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Date:
Jun 14, 2020
Port:
Seward/Alyeska, Alaska
Departure:
4:30 AM
Arrival:
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Date:
Jun 15, 2020
Port:
Alyeska, Alaska

From precious metals to glaciers, Girdwood’s roots are anchored in its natural assets. The city was founded as a gold-mining town at the turn of the 20th century and the mining economy buoyed the town through the ’30s. The downturn triggered by the mine’s closing didn’t right itself until the Seward Highway was built connecting the small town to Anchorage in the late 1940s. In 1960, with the opening of the Alyeska Resort at Mount Alyeska, Girdwood took off as the top ski destination in Alaska. Alyeska’s 16½-meter (54-foot) average annual snowfall at the summit makes it a surefire choice for those seeking deep snow on steep terrain. Surrounded by the mountains of Chugach State Park, the third-largest state park in the country, Girdwood was named after Irish immigrant James Girdwood, a local linen merchant who had four gold claims on Crow Creek. In 1964 a devastating earthquake levelled the town, which later relocated four kilometers (two and a half miles) up the valley. Today it serves as a base for those visiting the mountain, as well as a destination in its own right with colorful boutiques, shops, bed-and-breakfasts, bars and restaurants; it also attracts writers, artists and extreme-sports athletes who participate in local activities from skiing to paragliding.

Date:
Jun 16, 2020
Port:
Talkeetna, Alaska

Hop aboard your very own automatic ATV for an exhilarating two-hour expedition into the natural wonders of the Alaskan wilderness. As you explore the breathtaking surroundings, you’ll learn about the wildlife and vegetation that dwell in the wilderness and how each survives the winter. Moose and black bears call the Alaskan wilderness home so keep your cameras handy in case they make a surprise appearance. Do you know how big a bear is just by looking at his tracks? Your guides do! So can you, so come along and learn for yourself. Even if you’re not a seasoned ATV rider, everyone receives practice time with individual operation and safety instructions.

Date:
Jun 17, 2020
Port:
Denali National Park

Denali is the iconic centerpiece of Alaska’s Interior and the #1 reason to combine a Holland America cruise to Alaska with an overland adventure. Only Holland America Line offers up to three nights in Denali to really settle in and explore, and is the only cruise line to include the deeper Tundra Wilderness Tour into Denali National Park on all of our two- and three-night Denali Land+Sea Journey itineraries. Immersing visitors in all that Denali has to offer is so important that we’ve created each of our Land+Sea Journeys to include up to three nights at Denali, at our beautiful 60-acre riverside McKinley Chalet Resort. 

Our new Denali Square at the McKinley Chalet Resort is the ultimate base camp for adventures to Denali, followed by relaxing evenings. Enjoy soaring views across the Nenana River into Denali National Park from virtually anywhere on this amazing property, as well as great dining, quality entertainment, and unique local shopping opportunities. 

Our exclusive longer stays, which include the Tundra Wilderness Tour, give our guests  an up-close view of the mountain and the best wildlife viewing. It is rare not to see some combination of Alaska’s Big Five: grizzly bears, caribou, moose, Dall Sheep and wolves, along with other animals on this expertly guided six- to eight-hour tour. In addition, there are myriad once-in-a-lifetime adventures to choose from—such as river rafting, flightseeing (including the chance to land with a ski plane on Denali itself), or visiting the home of an Iditarod dog musher.

With more than six million acres of pristine Alaska wilderness, Denali National Park with its abundant and easily viewable wildlife and North America’s tallest and most impressive peak will be sure to make your Land+Sea Journey experience one you’ve dreamed of. 

 

Date:
Jun 18, 2020
Port:
Denali National Park

Denali is the iconic centerpiece of Alaska’s Interior and the #1 reason to combine a Holland America cruise to Alaska with an overland adventure. Only Holland America Line offers up to three nights in Denali to really settle in and explore, and is the only cruise line to include the deeper Tundra Wilderness Tour into Denali National Park on all of our two- and three-night Denali Land+Sea Journey itineraries. Immersing visitors in all that Denali has to offer is so important that we’ve created each of our Land+Sea Journeys to include up to three nights at Denali, at our beautiful 60-acre riverside McKinley Chalet Resort. 

Our new Denali Square at the McKinley Chalet Resort is the ultimate base camp for adventures to Denali, followed by relaxing evenings. Enjoy soaring views across the Nenana River into Denali National Park from virtually anywhere on this amazing property, as well as great dining, quality entertainment, and unique local shopping opportunities. 

Our exclusive longer stays, which include the Tundra Wilderness Tour, give our guests  an up-close view of the mountain and the best wildlife viewing. It is rare not to see some combination of Alaska’s Big Five: grizzly bears, caribou, moose, Dall Sheep and wolves, along with other animals on this expertly guided six- to eight-hour tour. In addition, there are myriad once-in-a-lifetime adventures to choose from—such as river rafting, flightseeing (including the chance to land with a ski plane on Denali itself), or visiting the home of an Iditarod dog musher.

With more than six million acres of pristine Alaska wilderness, Denali National Park with its abundant and easily viewable wildlife and North America’s tallest and most impressive peak will be sure to make your Land+Sea Journey experience one you’ve dreamed of. 

 

Date:
Jun 19, 2020
Port:
Fairbanks, Alaska

Bearing the nickname the Golden Heart, Alaska’s second-largest city was born of gold rush fever, thanks to Italian immigrant Felix Pedro who found the precious metal in 1902 near where Captain E.T. Barnette decided to build a trading post on the banks of the Chena River. Though much of Fairbanks today is an amalgam of modern shops and malls, its history is celebrated at the 18-hectare (44-acre) Pioneer Park, which includes a Gold Rush Town with 35 restored buildings. Fairbanks also preserved its City Hall, which now houses the Fairbanks Community Museum. The city’s location in Alaska’s interior makes it a gateway to the arctic, and in summer tourist boats run cruises along the Chena and Tanana rivers. Fairbanks is a city of festivals, from July’s Golden Days commemorating its past, to Ice Alaska in February and March, when residents make the best of its brutal winters by playing host to a slew of international ice sculptors who descend on the city for the World Ice Art Championships. The city is one of the best places in the world to see the aurora borealis, which appears on average 243 nights of the year. For more insight into Fairbanks, the Morris Thompson Cultural & Visitors Center is a good place to start.

Date:
Jun 20, 2020
Port:
Fairbanks, Alaska

Bearing the nickname the Golden Heart, Alaska’s second-largest city was born of gold rush fever, thanks to Italian immigrant Felix Pedro who found the precious metal in 1902 near where Captain E.T. Barnette decided to build a trading post on the banks of the Chena River. Though much of Fairbanks today is an amalgam of modern shops and malls, its history is celebrated at the 18-hectare (44-acre) Pioneer Park, which includes a Gold Rush Town with 35 restored buildings. Fairbanks also preserved its City Hall, which now houses the Fairbanks Community Museum. The city’s location in Alaska’s interior makes it a gateway to the arctic, and in summer tourist boats run cruises along the Chena and Tanana rivers. Fairbanks is a city of festivals, from July’s Golden Days commemorating its past, to Ice Alaska in February and March, when residents make the best of its brutal winters by playing host to a slew of international ice sculptors who descend on the city for the World Ice Art Championships. The city is one of the best places in the world to see the aurora borealis, which appears on average 243 nights of the year. For more insight into Fairbanks, the Morris Thompson Cultural & Visitors Center is a good place to start.

Ship Information

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    • 82318

    • Tonnage
    • 2006

    • Built Year
    • 2015

    • Refurbished Year
    • 800

    • Crew
    • 1924

    • Pax Capacity
    • 10

    • Bars
    • 2

    • Pools
    • 1

    • Casinos

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Questions & Answers

Question: When should I arrive at the port?

We suggest that you arrive at least 2 hours before the scheduled departure time.

Question: How can I communicate with my family and friends at home when I am on the cruise?

Telephone service can be quite expensive and the service may be spotty. However, Wi-Fi services are also becoming the standard though access may come with a fee. You can view rates once you register for the cruise. Some stateroom categories and loyalty program benefit levels will offer a generous amount of "Wi-Fi Time", access to the ship's internet cafe or both.


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