Top 10 Cruises From Vancouver

Cruises From Vancouver

Vancouver is a bustling seaport that has easy access to the Pacific Ocean, meaning that cruises from Vancouver are a big business, whether you use them as a gateway to the majesty of Alaska, the beauty of Hawaii or many other destinations along the way. Here is just a sampling of destinations available on the top 10 cruises from Vancouver.

1. Princess ‘Voyage of the Glaciers’ is a 7 day cruise from the Vancouver cruise port that sails to Anchorage, stopping at Ketchikan, Juneau, Skagway, and cruising through Glacier Bay National Park and College Fjord.

2. Disney Cruise lines offer a 5-night jaunt down the West coast with stops in San Francisco and Los Angeles aboard the Disney Wonder.

3. The Princess 7-day Wine County Costal Cruise allows you stops in Victoria, Seattle, Astoria, San Francisco and Santa Barbara before you disembark in Los Angeles.

4. Regent 7 Seas has a Vancouver-San Francisco cruise that lasts 12 days. As one of the many Alaska cruises from Vancouver, this one takes you through the Inside Passage and the Hubbard Glacier and the Outside Passage, with stops in Hoonah, Skagway, Juneau, Victoria and Astoria, before cruising the Pacific and stopping at San Francisco.

5. Silversea’s 16 night cruise from Vancouver goes through the Inside Passage, Tracy Arm/Sawyer Glacier, and stops in Juneau, Skagway and Kodiak before you cross the International Date Line and stop in Petropavlovsk, Itakodate, and, finally Tokyo.

6. Celebrity’s offering from Vancouver heads south for 8 nights taking in the sights along the west coast and stopping in Nanaimo, Victoria, San Fran, Monterey and San Diego.

7. Among the many cruise ships to Hawaii from Vancouver is the 10 night offering from Royal Caribbean, where you stop at Hilo, Mount Kilauea, Kailua Kona, Lahaina, Nawiliwili and Honolulu.

8. Cruises from Vancouver also head to the east coast and end in New York, such as the 33-night adventure from Regent 7 Seas. This cruise offers cruising through the Inside Passage, stops in various Alaskan towns, the Outside Passage, Victoria, San Fran., the coast of Mexico, Cabo San Lucas, Acapulco, the Gulf of Panama, cruising the Caribbean Sea, stops in Georgetown, Ft. Lauderdale, Port Canaveral and Charleston among others before heading north to its final port of New York.

9. Princess cruises offers a one day cruise that goes from Vancouver and goes to Seattle, where you can watch the coastline, look for marine life and kick back and relax.

10. Princess Cruise Line’s 17-day jaunt to the Panama Canal leaves Vancouver and heads to the area via Costa Rica, Columbia, Aruba and Ft. Lauderdale before heading home to Los Angeles.

Vancouver is also home to various shorter cruises, allowing for you to take in the harbour and scenic beauty to be found along the coast of British Columbia. A Vancouver dinner cruise, for example allows just that, all in a relaxing setting.