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Kayaking from Admiralty Dream

        True Alaska with True Alaskans

          xplore America’s 49th state with Alaskan Dream Cruises and   OUR RECOMMENDATIONS
          you’ll discover things you’ve never experienced before – no
        Ematter how many “big ship” voyages to Alaska you’ve taken.
        A native-owned business (co-founder Betty Allen is Tlingit),   7-Night Alaska’s Glacier Bay and
        Alaskan Dream Cruises prides itself on providing an authentic   Island Adventure
        Alaska vacation – one that embraces true Alaskan hospitality   Sitka to Juneau (or reverse)
        and offers a strong cultural focus.                       Admiralty Dream or Chichagof Dream
                                                                  58-74 Passengers | May-Sep, 2018
        Itineraries mix intriguing ports of call with remote wilderness   Fares From $3,590 pp. (Cat A, 5/11, 18 & 25, 8/31, 9/7)
        areas. On every sailing, you can expect to stop in at least one
        small native village; on selected cruises, such as the 8-Night   8-Night Alaska’s Inside Passage Sojourn
        Alaska’s Inside Passage Sojourn, you’ll call on three native   Sitka to Ketchikan (or reverse)
        communities to give you a taste of three different cultures.   Alaskan Dream | 40 passengers | May-Sep, 2018
        In addition to expedition leaders, a cultural interpreter   Fares From $4,790 pp. (Cat A, 5/11 & 19, 9/8)
        travels with you, sharing stories and explaining the cultural
        significance of the places you visit.
                                                                  10-Night Alaska’s Frontier and Wilderness Quest
        Alaskan Dream Cruises appeal to active learners with a    Juneau to Sitka (or reverse)
        passion for adventure and hands-on discovery – whether it be   Chichagof Dream | 74 passengers | June 3 & 13, 2018
        paddling a sea kayak, pointing a camera at a lumbering brown   Fares From $6,290 pp. (Cat A, 6/13)
        bear or observing the seasonal migration of humpback whales.

        Finally, if you’d like to expose your children or grandchildren
        to the “real Alaska,” ask us about the company’s in-demand
        multigenerational voyages featuring activities and educational
        programs for kids age seven and older.

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