Alaska 2017 released with Alaskan Dream Cruises

August 23, 2016

Explore True Alaska with True Alaskans on a small ship adventure in The Last Frontier’s famous Inside Passage.
Alaskan Dream Cruises is owned and operated by the Allen family- life-long Alaskans, members of the Alaska Native Tlingit tribe, and pioneers of Southeast Alaska cruising. The family draws upon their unrivaled knowledge of the area to craft expeditions that showcase the region’s most abundant wildlife viewing areas, stunning wilderness bays and glacial fjords, and inspiring cultural experiences.
Alaskan Dream Cruises has recently gained national acclaim by being named one of the World’s Best Cruises for 2016 by Fodor’s Travel and receiving the American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association’s Best Cultural Heritage Experience award. We invite you to come experience the best of wild Alaska.

2017 Itineraries

Book now to receive an Early-Booking Discount!

7-night, 8-day Alaska’s Glacier Bay & Island Adventure – Save up to 10%

8-night, 9-day Alaska’s Inside Passage Sojourn – Save up to 3%

10-night, 11-day Alaska’s Southeast Explorer – Save up to 3%

For an even more intimate experience, check out the M/V Misty Fjord. This 60-foot expedition vessel carries a maximum of just 10 guests and offers in-depth exploration of Southeast Alaska during 7-night, 8-day adventures. – Save up to 10% Inquire for charter rates.

Cruises operate May through September and depart from Sitka, Juneau, and Ketchikan, Alaska.

  • Five vessels, ranging from 10 to 74-passengers
  • Local knowledge of the region’s most abundant wildlife areas gained by years of our own explorations
  • Expedition craft, including shallow-water inflatables and kayaks for up-close encounters and remote beach landings
  • Compelling educational programs by onboard naturalists
  • Cultural immersion in three distinct Alaska Native cultures
  • Talented chefs and bakers, with an emphasis on fresh Alaska cuisine
  • A relaxing evening at our exclusive Orca Point Lodge, with fresh king crab, salmon, and a beachside fire
  • True Alaskan Hospitality, including complimentary rain gear, boots, binoculars, pillow-topped mattresses, ocean-view windows, Alaska-made body washes and shampoos, and more
  • Open-bridge policy, allowing guests access to the captain, mates, and the “Skipper’s view”