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Vancouver A Seward (Anchorage), AK

ALASKA crucero de expedición Silver Explorer

Los tótems de Metlakatla y Tsimshian, con sus llamativos diseños, son obras de arte únicas que desafían la fuerza de la gravedad. Se aprecia la impronta de las tribus en todas partes, y sus tallas artísticas tradicionales pueden verse por doquier. Sin embargo, la historia queda eclipsada por la majestuosidad de la naturaleza de esta región: desde el inmenso glaciar de Hubbard hasta el Santuario de la selva de Alaska, los elementos brillan en todo su esplendor.
Viaje 7914

Reserve y pague en su totalidad antes del 30 abril, 2018 y ahorre 10%*

Las tarifas mostradas son por huésped

Itinerario del crucero

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Vancouver is a delicious juxtaposition of urban sophistication and on-your-doorstep wilderness adventure. The mountains and seascape make the city an outdoor playground for hiking, skiing, kayaking, cycling, and sailing—and so much more—while the cuisine and arts scenes are equally diverse, reflecting the makeup of Vancouver's ethnic (predominantly Asian) mosaic. Vancouver is consistently ranked as one of the world's most livable cities, and it's easy for visitors to see why. It's beautiful, it's outdoorsy, and there's a laidback West Coast vibe.
Johnstone Strait is the main route through the maze of islands between, Vancouver Island and the mainland coasts of British Columbia and Washington State. Captain George Vancouver first charted this area in 1792 and named the strait in honour of James Johnstone, the Master of the accompanying survey ship the HMS Chatham. The scenery is of a rugged beauty with steep walls, tumbling waterfalls and snow-capped mountain. There are only a few scattered settlements, but there is abundant marine and bird wildlife.
Since the late 19th century, Metlakatla has been the major settlement of the Metlakatla Indian Community of the federally recognized Annette Islands Reserve, the only remaining reservation in Alaska. It is located on Annette Island, and in 2010 had 1,405 residents. Membership in the community is primarily by lineage and is comprised primarily of Tsimshian people. Metlakatla comes from a Tsimshian word meaning "Salt Water Passage.
Rudyerd Bay is one of the highlights of the Misty Fiords, 40 miles east of Ketchikan, along the Inside Passage. This fjord cuts through steep-sided mountainous terrain and extends far into the mainland. The scenery is stunning, with dramatic thousand-foot waterfalls plunging down rainforest covered cliffs to the water below.
Walker Cove, located just 41.8 miles from Ketchikan, extends about 8.5 miles into the mainland. The scenery is stunning with towering rock walls on both side and hundreds of waterfalls plunging down into the fjord. There is always the possibility of seeing bears, Harbour Seals Bald Eagles along the shoreline. The British explorer George Vancouver noted this bay on his chart in 1793, although there was no mention of it in his log. It was named after Dr. William Walker, the physician on board the HMS Chatham.
Ketchikan is famous for its colorful totem poles, rainy skies, steep–as–San Francisco streets, and lush island setting. Some 13,500 people call the town home, and, in the summer, cruise ships crowd the shoreline, floatplanes depart noisily for Misty Fiords National Monument, and salmon-laden commercial fishing boats motor through Tongass Narrows. In the last decade Ketchikan's rowdy, blue-collar heritage of logging and fishing has been softened by the loss of many timber-industry jobs and the dramatic rise of cruise-ship tourism.

The Wrangell Narrows is one of the most scenic and well-known ‘Narrows’ in Alaska. It is a winding 22 mile (35 km) long channel between Mitlof Island and Kupreanof Island in Southeast Alaska. There are about 60 lights and buoys to mark it because of its navigation hazards. It was originally named in 1838 by G. Lindenberg to honour Admiral Baron Ferdinand Petrovich von Wrangell, a Baltic German explorer who was the chief manager of the Russian-American Company and governor of the Russian settlements in Alaska.
Petersburg lies on the northern end of Mitkof Island, in the Inside Passage, on the banks of Frederick Sound where it joins the Wrangell Narrows. It is halfway between Juneau, 120 mi to the north, and Ketchikan 110 mi to the south. Remnants of fish traps and ancient petroglyphs indicate that this area was used by the Tlingit people as a summer fish camp. For more than 1,000 years In 1897 Peter Buschmann, a Norwegian immigrant, settled here. The place was named Petersburg after him, and was incorporated as a town in 1910.
Sail Island is one of the many small, narrow islands located in Frederick Sound, in the inside passage of Alaska. It is home to the largest of all sea lions, the Stellar Sea Lions, and they are often seen hauled out on the rocky shores, lazing around in the sun. The waters surrounding Sail Island are well known as a place where the magnificent humpback whales congregate to feed.
Stephen’s Passage is an important short cut for ships travelling south from Juneau, Alaska. It is bordered by Admiralty Island to the west and the mainland to the east and runs about 105 miles. It was named in 1794 by Captain George Vancouver, an English officer of the Royal Navy known for his 1791–95 expedition, of North America's north-western Pacific Coast, in honour of Sir Philip Stephens, Lord Commissioner of the British Admiralty. It’s not only ships that use the passage – many whales migrate through these calm waters.
Endicott Arm is a long fjord branching off Stephen’s Passage, the major inner passage heading southeast from Juneau. The easternmost tip of Endicott Arm nearly reaches the Canadian border. Like all the fords in this region, it was carved by glaciers during the last Ice Age which ended about 11,000 years ago. One either side of the fjord the steep, nearly vertical walls, rise to a height of about 370 meters or 1,200 feet. Sitka spruce and western hemlock trees manage to cling onto the rock faces, adding to the breath-taking beauty of the landscape.
Juneau, Alaska's capital and third-largest city, is on the North American mainland but can't be reached by road. The city owes its origins to two colorful sourdoughs (Alaskan pioneers)—Joe Juneau and Richard Harris—and to a Tlingit chief named Kowee, who led the two men to rich reserves of gold at Snow Slide Gulch, the drainage of Gold Creek around which the town was eventually built. That was in 1880, and shortly thereafter a modest stampede resulted in the formation of a mining camp, which quickly grew to become the Alaska district government capital in 1906.

During the evening Silver Explorer will be near Point Adolphus, a well-known area for whale watching. Enjoy an aperitif while you are on the outer decks, looking for humpback whales as well as orcas, or simply enjoying the landscape.
The Inian Islands are a group of scenic islands located in the frigid waters of Icy Strait. They lie between the northern tip of Chichagof Island and Glacier Bay National Park. They are included as part of the Tongass National Forest and are renowned for the forest of stunted trees that are the result of extreme ocean weather. In 1990, the federal government recognized the islands’ pristine condition and ecological, geological, and scenic, values, by declaring them a Wilderness area under the federal Wilderness Act, and is managed by the Forest Service.
Elfin Cove sits snugly on the southern shore of Cross Sound, which leads in eastwards to the Inside Passage. Northwards and across the Sound from the small community lies Glacier Bay National Park and the Fairweather Mountain range. Elfin Cove is a quaint little harbor clustered with attractive timber houses built into the wooded hillsides on stilts. The population swells to about 200 during the summer months, from a rather meager 6 or so during the snowy and isolated winters.
Hubbard Glacier, off the coast of Yakutat, Alaska, is the largest glacier in North America, with a calving front that is more than six miles wide. One of the main sources for Hubbard Glacier originates 76 mi inland. It has been a very active glacier, experiencing two major surges in the past 30 years. This glacier was named after Gardiner Greene Hubbard, a U.S. lawyer, financier, and philanthropist. He was the first president of the National Geographic Society.
Days at sea are the perfect opportunity to relax, unwind and catch up with what you’ve been meaning to do. So whether that is whale watching from the Observatory Lounge, writing home to your loved ones or simply topping up your tan by the pool, these blue sea days are the perfect balance to busy days spent exploring shore side.
Katmai National Park is on the top of many “Best of Alaska” lists because of its otherworldly landscape, including 15 active volcanoes. In Kukak Bay it is possible to view the abundant wildlife and raw beauty of this magnificent scenery. Kukak Bay is well known for its concentration of bears and the salmon on which they feed, and this is one of the prime areas in this region for bear viewing.
Geographic Harbor is at the head of Amalik Bay in the Katmai National Park, and the brown bears here are ubiquitous. Bears can be spotted digging for clams on the low tide, munching on berries, roots and grasses ashore or, most famously, fishing for salmon in the rapids of clear mountain streams. Not only the bears enjoy fishing in Geographic Harbor – keen anglers journey great distances to catch halibut, ling cod and rockfish in the bay. The waters around the harbor are also known to be fishing grounds for seals, otters, countless seabirds, and whales.

Today, commercial fishing is king in Kodiak. Despite its small population—about 6,475 people scattered among the several islands in the Kodiak group—the city is among the busiest fishing ports in the United States. The harbor is also an important supply point for small communities on the Aleutian Islands and the Alaska Peninsula.Visitors to the island tend to follow one of two agendas: either immediately fly out to a remote lodge for fishing, kayaking, or bear viewing; or stay in town and access whatever pursuits they can reach from the limited road system.

The Triplets are a cluster of islands tucked into Marmot Bay just north of the great Kodiak Island. These small islands are appreciated for their picturesque beauty. The Triplets appear out of the water like great rocks topped in lush greenery, with the view of the beautiful mountain-lined bay behind them. Lucky visitors will likely spot Tufted Puffins, which can be seen in flocks of hundreds depending on the season.
The Chiswell Islands are part of the Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuge, and deservedly so. Small bays, inlets and sea cliffs are populated by innumerable seabirds including Black-legged Kittiwakes, Pelagic Cormorants, Horned and Tufted Puffins, as wells as guillemots, auklets and murrelets. The Chiswell Islands are blessed with towering cliffs and sea caves offering up spectacular scenery and a Steller sea lion rookery that bustles as the marine mammals commute to feeding grounds, socialize, and care for their pups.
Kenai Fjords National Park’s famous Holgate Glacier is a spectacularly active river of ice. The surrounding glaciated landscape paints a dramatic portrait of the rugged mountains in contrast to the cold blue ice of the glacier. On approach, the waters leading up to Holgate Glacier may be peppered with bits of ice and the crackling noise of ancient air bubbles being released from small bergs. Periodically loud cannon-like blasts emanate from the glacier, and some are accompanied by calving events off the ice front.
It is hard to believe that a place as beautiful as Seward exists. Surrounded on all sides by Kenai Fjords National Park, Chugach National Forest, and Resurrection Bay, Seward offers all the quaint realities of a small railroad town with the bonus of jaw-dropping scenery. This little town of about 2,750 citizens was founded in 1903, when survey crews arrived at the ice-free port and began planning a railroad to the Interior. Since its inception, Seward has relied heavily on tourism and commercial fishing.

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Owner's Suite

728 ft² / 67m² terraza privada incluida (158 ft² / 15 m²)

Desde US$ 22.950 Bonificación por  Reserva Anticipada
Grand Suite

618 ft² / 57m² terraza privada incluida (86 ft² / 8 m²)

Desde US$ 20.790 Bonificación por  Reserva Anticipada
Silver Suite

422 ft² / 39m² 2 balcones franceses incluidos (30 ft² / 3 m²)

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Medallion Suite

400 ft² / 37m² terraza privada incluida (86 ft² / 8 m²)

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Veranda Suite

206-216 ft² / 19-20m² terraza francesa incluida (16 ft² / 1,5 m²)

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Vista Suite

192 ft² / 18 m² con gran ventanal

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View Suite

192 ft² / 18 m² con ventana panorámica

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Explorer Suite

175-190 ft²/16-18 m² con ventana panorámica

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157-167 ft²/14-15 m² con 2 ojos de buey

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Las tarifas mostradas son por huésped

incluido en la tarifa del crucero

  • Elegantes y espaciosas suites, más del 85% con terraza privada
  • Servicio personalizado, prácticamente un miembro de la tripulación por huésped
  • Servicio de mayordomo en cada suite. Todos los huéspedes reciben el mismo tratamiento y servicio
  • Cenas con servicio de libre elección de mesa y horario
  • Gran variedad de oferta gastronómica; casual, romántica, especialidades regionales y cocina gourmet inspirada por Relais & Châteaux
  • Bebidas en la suite y en todas las áreas de el barco: vinos y licores premium, selecta variedad de cafés y refrescos. Servicio personalizado de cocktails en el bar
  • Comidas en la suite y servicio a la habitación las 24 horas incluido
  • Amplia variedad de opciones de entretenimiento desde música en vivo hasta espectáculos de gran producción
  • Consultor de destinos y/o conferencista de enriquecimiento cultural
  • Servicio de traslado gratuito a la ciudad en la mayoría de los puertos
  • El precio del crucero incluye las propinas
  • Acceso ilimitado a Internet
  • Parka Haglöfs de cortesía
  • *Excluyendo los World Cruise y los Grandes Viajes completos
  • *Si la conexión aérea lo exige. Traslados, hotel gratuitos disponibles solo para huéspedes que utilicen la oferta aérea de Silversea.

Silver Explorer

El espléndido crucero de lujo Silver Explorer de Silversea ha sido diseñado específicamente para navegar por las aguas de algunos de los destinos más remotos del mundo, incluidas ambas regiones polares de la Tierra. Un casco reforzado con registro Lloyd de valoración de clase de hielo (1A) para los navíos de pasajeros capacita al crucero de expedición Silver Explorer a deslizarse de un modo seguro a través de los témpanos de hielo. Una flota de lanchas zódiac (12) permite a los huéspedes de Silversea Expeditions visitar incluso las localizaciones de rutas vírgenes y un experto equipo de expedición proporcionará perspectivas y conocimientos sobre cada inolvidable aventura en crucero de lujo del Silver Explorer.

Suites

Las suites con vistas al océano de Silversea se encuentran entre las más espaciosa de los cruceros y todas incluyen servicio de mayordomo. Seleccione su suite y solicite un presupuesto - los huéspedes que reserven con antelación disfrutarán de las mejores tarifas y de la posibilidad de seleccionar su suite preferida.

Restaurantes

Descubra nuestra colección de espacios a bordo donde disfrutará conociendo a viajeros afines y por supuesto, de nuestro servicio todo incluido.

Zonas públicas

Reconocidos por su excelencia culinaria y su espíritu innovador, todos los cruceros de lujo de Silversea ofrecen una variedad de espacios de restauración siempre abiertos, así como varios locales especializados a bordo.

3 Programas en tierra y 2 Hoteles

Nuestros programas en tierra (varios días, antes, después o durante el crucero) proporcionan oportunidades adicionales para descubrir más sobre lo esencial y los tesoros escondidos en los destinos que visites.

solicite un presupuesto

Su expedición le llevará de un descubrimiento a otro. Un programa adicional de experiencias únicas en la costa, en pequeños grupos, lideradas por un equipo de expertos guías y con charlas, le permitirá conocer plenamente el destino que visite.

puntos esenciales del viaje

Join us to sail the Inside Passage from Vancouver, British Columbia to Seward, Alaska and experience the dynamic culture and natural splendour this region has to offer. Retrace parts of the famous 1899 Harriman Expedition that went from Seattle to Siberia and understand why dozens of scientists, writers and artists joined the voyage. Experience the Tsimshian indigenous culture in Metlakatla. Visit Alaska’s capital city of Juneau and tour the Tongass National Forest by land and sea. Cruise past the six-mile-wide Hubbard Glacier and the incredible Misty Fjords in search of bears, seals, sea otters and rivers running with salmon. Trace winding fjords to hear the crackle of Holgate Glacier as it calves new icebergs. Nature lovers will delight not just in sweeping mountain and fjord views but also sightings of Bald Eagles , humpback whales, orca whales, Stellar sea lions and harbor seals. Throughout the voyage, learn about the geology, wildlife and botany of these locations from lecture presentations offered by your knowledgeable on board Expedition Team.

Voyage Highlights:

Metlakatla, Alaska, US –

The Tsimshian are the indigenous people of Metlakatla, a small ocean-front community in southern Alaska. The settlement holds at least a dozen ornate and emblematic Totem Poles for which the Tsimshian are famous. The people here respect and pay homage to their ancestors with traditional dance performances and ceremonies at their longhouse, the community’s heart and soul.

Juneau, Alaska, US –
Spend time in Juneau, Alaska’s capital and third-largest city that was a gold mining mecca in its heyday in the late 19th century. Juneau is as beautiful as it is history-filled, with its sweeping hillside setting and historic downtown buildings make it one of the most visited communities in Alaska. Stroll the walkable downtown or ride the tram to the top of Mt. Roberts for views over neighboring Gastineau Channel.

Ketchikan, Alaska, US –
Ketchikan is one of the larger towns in the region and has much on offer including a quaint historic center of wooden sided buildings linked together by boardwalk, a plethora of shops and restaurants, and all with an active salmon stream running right through the downtown. It is surrounded by the Tongass National Forest, the largest national forest in the US with 17 million acres of protected land. This massive reserve holds the largest Pacific temperate rainforest and the iconic Misty Fjords.

Hubbard Glacier, Alaska, US –
Cruise along Hubbard Glacier, off the coast of Yakutat, Alaska, the largest glacier in North America, with a calving front that is more than six miles wide. This glacier has been very active, with two major surges forward in 1986 and again in 2002.

Geographic Harbor, Alaska, US
Located at the head of Amalik Bay in the Katmai National Park, this is an ideal habitat for brown bears. These massive mammals forage for berries, fish for salmon and dig for clams at low tide. The waters around the bay are ideal fishing grounds frequented by otters, seabirds and whales searching for food.

Holgate Glacier, Alaska, US –
Holgate Glacier is a river of ice that remains incredibly active, with bits of ice crackling and calving into the deep tidal waters as ancient air bubbles are released from its small icebergs. Lucky visitors may hear a loud cannon-like explosion as the glacier calves new icebergs.

Cultural Highlights:

• Visit Metlakatla, home of the indigenous Tsimshian people, famous for their emblematic Totem Poles.
• Observe native cultural presentations and ceremonies.
• Retrace parts of the famous Harriman Alaska Expedition.

Wildlife Watch List:

• Bald Eagle, Steller’s Jay, Golden-crowned Kinglet, Common Raven, Barn Swallow, Belted Kingfisher, Northwestern Crow, Great Blue Heron, Marbled Murrelet, Pigeon Guillemot; Common, Bonaparte’s, Mew and Glaucous-winged Gulls
• Brown and black bears
• Humpback whales, orcas, harbor seals

Please note: Expedition highlights and wildlife listed here are possible experiences only and cannot be guaranteed. Your Expedition Leader and Captain will work together to ensure opportunities for adventure and exploration are the best possible, taking into account the prevailing weather, wildlife activity and ice conditions. Expedition Team members scheduled for this voyage are subject to change or cancellation.

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