The 1898 Cruise

Klondike Cruises 2018

1. The Trail of 1898 - Package starts at $1,898 (USD) per person - is 6 full days and 5 nights. Includes a 3 day cruise on Holland America, Whitepass Yukon Route Railroad train ticket, 2 nights in Whitehorse, the Capital of the Yukon, a full day of excursions there, and a flight back to Vancouver on Air North. Plus a free gift bag and trip cancellation insurance.

Remember - with nearly 24 hours of daylight - travelling in the Land of the Midnight Sun gives you lots of time for so many activities.

2018 Sailing Dates Available:

July 11, July 18, July 25, Aug 1, and Aug 8 ONLY

Cruise-Availability

Day One

Trail of 1898

6 days/5 nights

Depart from Vancouver British Columbia

~ Easy to get to with direct flights from many cities. Or easy Amtrak train from Seattle.

Description

Board the Holland America Cruiseline Nieuw Amsterdam by 1:00

Located at Canada Place, downtown Vancouver, BC

~ Sail from Vancouver, glide under the Lion's Gate Bridge, and enter the scenic wonders of the Inside Passage.

~ All standard cruise fare and activities are included.

Extras available:

~ Unlimited Beverage Package

~ Unlimited Internet (on board)

Day Two

Scenic Cruising At Sea – Inside Passage

Just relax and enjoy the view and the ship experience today.

~ Enjoy all the benefits of this beautiful ship.

~ Relax and enjoy a full day of scenic Inside Passage cruising and immerse yourself in Holland America Line elegance

~Meals at many restaurants, room service and on-board entertainment is included

Day Three

Explore Juneau Alaska

Arrives Juneau: 1:00 pm

Departs Juneau: 10:00 pm

juneau excursions

~ Enjoy the afternoon exploring Alaska’s capital.

OR Speak with an agent to purchase a shore excursion (26 to choose from)

Such as:

~ Halibut Fishing, Whale Watching, Glacier Tours

~ Helicopter/Dog Sledding

~ City Tour,

~ Salmon Bakes,

~ Gold Panning

~ Float Trips/Canoe/Kayaking

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But please book through us, so the excursion is linked to your itinerary

Day Four

Arrive Skagway Alaska

~ Then Travel to Whitehorse Yukon – Stay is for 2 nights

Ship Arrives Skagway:

Train Departs at 12:10

Arrives in Whitehorse at 5:15pm

KGRNHS

~Explore this quaint Gold Rush era town –

~ Visit the Klondike Gold Rush National Historic Park – it’s free. This National Historic Site includes many buildings, museums, walking tours and activities including:

The Visitor Center

Soapy Smiths Palor

The Moore house

Mascot Saloon

~ Then board the scenic Whitepass and Yukon Route Railroad into Canada.

~ A motorcoach will meet you to complete the journey to Whitehorse, the Capital of the Yukon.

Whitepass

Includes the Nature Tours of the Yukon full day Combo Package

Departs the hotel at 9:30 am

Arrives back at 6:00 pm

SSK

~ The City Tour will take you to the Log Skyscraper, Old Log Church, Miles Canyon view point, Fish Ladder and an interpretive tour of the Parks Canada SS Klondike National Historical Site.

~ In the afternoon, visit the Yukon Wildlife Preserve and the Takhini Hot Springs. View and photograph Yukon wildlife. (Woodland caribou, elk, mountain goats, moose, mule deer, musk oxen, wood bison, Dall's sheep, stone sheep, lynx, red and arctic foxes)

~ Then the Hot Springs, where you can enjoy the hot waters and relax a little!

With one evening, one full day and one full day before a 5:00pm flight, you will have lots of time to explore this town!

Nature Tours Summer Combo Full Day

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Day

Six

Depart on Air North, Yukon’s Airline, back to Vancouver

Flight departs at 5:00pm Arrives Vancouver at 7:15pm

~ You will still have most of the day to explore Whitehorse

~ Visit the Yukon Transportation Museum before you catch your flight

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Insurance

Add Cancellation Insurance - If you have to cancel, just call us - it's refundable (restrictions apply - $150USD)

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$1,898.00 (U.S.)

Plus: $162 Port fees and taxes - Per Person based on Double Occupancy