American Cruise Lines to Begin Service in Glacier Bay

 

American Cruise Lines will begin offering several Alaskan itineraries by June of 2012. // (c) 2011 American Cruise Lines

As of July 7, American Cruise Lines has been awarded a contract by the Glacier Bay National Park, a World Heritage Site and Biosphere Reserve in Alaska, to begin operations there.

American Cruise Lines will offer seven to eleven-night cruises to Glacier Bay, including round-trips to Juneau. A National Park Service Ranger and a Native Cultural Interpreter will join passengers aboard each cruise in order to provide narration and insight into Glacier Bay, and will assist in spotting wildlife such as mountain goats, whales, and brown and black bears.

American Cruise Lines will be offering several different Alaskan itineraries beginning June of 2012, such as round trip cruises departing from Juneau, Alaska, and one-way cruises between Juneau and Seattle, Washington.

Visit www.americancruiselines.com for more information.
 

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