Royal Caribbean sets sail with 3 exciting Alaska cruise routes

An artistic rendition of Ovation of the Seas at Hubbard Glacier for the Alaska 2020 summer season. Photo: Royal Caribbean International

If you enjoy going on cruises and have always wanted to set sail on a new adventure or taking on unchartered territories, Royal Caribbean is now offering guests three new Alaska cruise itineraries.

The 2020 Alaska summer season will see three ships answering the “call of the wild” to sail to the Last Frontier.

Ovation of the Seas, the largest cruise ship to sail the Gulf of Alaska, and two Radiance Class ships – Serenade of the Seas and Radiance of the Seas – will be bringing guests on exciting sea adventures.

Before arriving in Alaska, the Ovation and Radiance will island-hop along Hawaii, while the Serenade will sail the Panama Canal and Golden Coast on her way west.

Both Ovation of the Seas and Radiance of the Seas will sail through exotic destinations like Maui (Lahaina) in Hawaii, during its new 2020 summer season.

In repositioning to their seasonal summer homeports, the three ships will chart their own course through exotic and off-the-beaten-track destinations.

Ovation of the Seas features North Star, the ship’s signature glass observation capsule with panoramic views 92m above sea level.

The Ovation offers guests the opportunity to catch the Aurora Borealis or Northern Lights, relive the Klondike Gold Rush, and sail through the Edicott Arm fjord in Alaska, the US.

There are also adrenaline-pumping adventures on board the ship like the FlowRider surf simulator, RipCord by iFly indoor skydiving experience and SeaPlex, the largest and most revolutionary indoor active space at sea.

Meanwhile, Radiance of the Seas offers seven-night itineraries between Vancouver in Canada, and Seward, Alaska.

Serenade of the Seas and Radiance of the Seas will offer itineraries from Vancouver, British Columbia, in Canada.

Serenade of the Seas will sail seven-night itineraries through the 805km of shoreline that is the Inside Passage, calling on Ketchikan, Juneau, and Icy Strait Point, in Alaska.

Both Radiance and Serenade feature ocean-facing glass elevators and floor-to-ceiling windows, which enable guests to enjoy spectacular views of the glaciers and other amazing sights along the Alaskan coastline.

Explore the Last Frontier of Alaska and enjoy spectacular views of the glaciers and other amazing sights with one of Royal Caribbean's new Alaska 2020 summer season cruises.

The ships have much to offer on board, from a rockclimbing wall that towers over the ocean and poolside movie nights under the stars, to signature dining venues like Chops Grille American steakhouse, contemporary Italian cuisine at Giovanni’s Table, and sushi and other Asian-inspired dishes at Izumi.

Royal Caribbean’s 2020 Alaska cruises are now open for bookings. For more information, visit:

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