Join Love Travel Collection aboard the Wonder of the Seas in February 2023!
Wonder of the Seas is the newest in Royal Caribbean’s Fleet, and it is the largest cruise ship in the world. Won’t you join us for a 7-Night Western Caribbean and Perfect Day sailing in February? I’m going! Let’s ALL go and take in this amazing ship for a week of relaxing fun in the sun!
The Wonder of the Seas is set to sail from Port Canaveral on February 19, 2023. This 7-Night Western Caribbean Itinerary includes 2 days at sea, Perfect Day at Coco Cay and Labadee, Haiti, both of Royal Caribbean’s private islands, and Nassau, Bahamas, and Falmouth, Jamaica. She will return to Port Canaveral on the morning of February 23.
The group rate for this cruise, based on double occupancy, for an Oceanview Room with Balcony is less than $3,000. The regular rate, by comparison, is over $4,000. That’s a no-brainer for me! GIVE ME THE GROUP RATE! Contact me today to get your quote!
What’s In It For Me?
INCLUDED IN PRICE
MOST Meals Onboard
SOME Beverages Onboard
Spa & Salon
N/A Beverages other than water, lemonade, and iced tea
The Wonder of the Seas is an Oasis Class Ship and currently the largest ship in the world. It has 17 decks and seven neighborhoods, including a Central Park and Boardwalk. You will be able to enjoy the 10-story dry slide, the Abyss; The Perfect Storm waterslides; TWO FlowRider Surf Simulators; TWO Rock Climbing Walls; and MORE! There are kids and teens-only spaces in addition to adult-exclusive areas, too! This ship has so much to offer that 7-Nights might not be enough time!
A couple months ago, I talked about Alaskan Cruises with Royal Caribbean in 2022. Well, now let’s talk about an Alaskan Cruise in 2023!! AND if you book with me, you will get an amazing discounted rate!
Alaskan Cruise: Details
Love Travel Collection is offering an AMAZING Group Cruise with Royal Caribbean Cruise Line, and I can help you get on board! This cruise will be aboard the Ovation of the Seas, sailing from Seattle, Washington, on June 16, 2023. This 7-Night Alaska Glacier Cruise deal is for double occupancy, $1525 per person for an oceanview balcony stateroom (Category 4D).
There are special rates for solo travelers or groups of 3+, too, so JUST ASK and I will find a place and rate for your whole group! The deposit will be $500 due at time of booking, and it is fully refundable up to 90 days before sailing. Again, this is for double occupancy. It will vary for larger and/or smaller parties. The final payment will be due March 16, 2023. AND if you book before March 9, 2022, you will receive a bonus stateroom credit of $50!
What’s included in the price of this incredible Alaskan Cruise? Well, it includes your stateroom accommodations, taxes, and port fees; MOST of your meals (certain restaurants require additional payment, but there are more than enough complimentary restaurants to choose!), some beverages (beverages and alcoholic drink packages can be purchased for the duration of your cruise!), and most of your entertainment.
Alaskan Cruise 2023 – Itinerary
Seattle, Washington – Departs 4:00PM
Day at Sea
Ketchikan, Alaska – 7:00AM-4:00PM
Skagway, Alaska – 11:00AM-8:00PM
Endicott Arm & Dawes Glacier (cruising), Alaska; Day at Sea
Day at Sea
Victoria, British Columbia – 5:00PM-10:00PM
Seattle, Washington – Debark
The Ovation of the Seas will sail from Seattle, so you’ll want to make sure you’re in town at LEAST a day in advance. And while you’re there, take in the sights!
Carl S. English Jr Botanical Gardens
Gas Works Park
Seattle Center – sight of the 1962 World’s Fair
Pike Place Market
Seattle Underground Tour – Seattle’s Gold Rush
Known as the “salmon capital of the world,” Ketchikan is rich in fishing and culture. They also have the most totem poles in the world! You can explore the Tongass National Forest, which is the largest in the United States.
This is a Klondike Gold Rush town and has a TON to offer! Visit the Corrington Museum and learn about Alaska’s history, or take in some historical reenactments! You can also head up to Laughton Glacier, and go sledding with Alaskan huskies. Personally, I LOVE huskies, and this sounds amazing!
Visit the Lynn Canal, the longest fjord in North America, and go rafting! How incredible does THAT sound?! You can also ride a vintage rail car along White Pass and Yukon route narrow-gauge railway, where you will see the Bridal Veil Falls, Dead Horse Gulch, and Glacier Gorge!
Endicott Arm & Dawes Glacier, Alaska. Juneau, Alaska. Victoria, British Columbia
Endicott Arm is a breeding ground for harbor seals, so you can probably see them swimming alongside the ship. You might also see brown bears, bald eagles, sea ducks, moose, and wolves. Then, get an up-close look at Dawes Glacier, jutting 600 feet out of the sea! In Juneau, watch for humpback whales, orcas, harbor seals, and sea lions on a charter boat excursion. Or travel to Mendenhall Glacier and become a Master Musher! You can even pan for gold! The final stop before returning to Seattle is Victoria, British Columbia, the cycling capital of the world. Take in a classic afternoon tea, shop, and eat!
The Ovation of the Seas
The Ovation of the Seas is a Quantum Class ship, with a guest capacity of 4,180. Enjoy 4 pools, including the adults-only retreat, the Solarium, a library, virtual balconies, and more!
Main dining room, featuring savory, multicourse feasts every night
Alaska, the great frontier! There are so many ways to explore this magical paradise, and Royal Caribbean offers cruises on FOUR of their amazing ships! There is a cruise for everyone!! Cruises to Alaska run from May through September, 2022. Departing from Seattle, Seward, and Vancouver, you will get to explore the amazing sights and sounds of Alaska, AND the amazing sights and sounds of Quantum of the Seas, Ovation of the Seas, Radiance of the Seas, or Serenade of the Seas!
Quantum of the Seas
Quantum of the Seas has something for every member of the family!
Quantum will sail seven-night cruises roundtrip from Seattle to Endicott Arm fjord, Sitka and Juneau, Alaska, where there are adventures for the whole family on board. From catching waves on the FlowRider surf simulator or getting active at SeaPlex, the largest indoor activity space at sea, with bumper cars, flying trapeze, roller skating, basketball and more, there’s always something to do.
And after working up a sweat and eating fresh sushi or hibachi at Izumi, or pasta at Jamie’s Italian by Jamie Oliver, you can dive into either the indoor or outdoor pool. While tuckered out young ones hit the hay, parents can top off the day with nightly entertainment at Two70, a venue that fuses performance art and technology for one-of-a-kind live productions.
Ovation of the Seas
If you’re looking to reach new heights, you won’t have to go far when cruising on Ovation of the Seas. Departing from Seattle for Juneau, Sitka and Skagway, this Quantum Class ship sails seven-night itineraries through the wilds of Alaska and by the 500 miles of unparalleled shoreline called the Inside Passage.
For the best view of these places and more, you and your travel buddies can scope out the scenery from the North Star—the signature glass-enclosed observation capsule on board that serves up panoramic views from 300 feet above sea level. Never miss a majestic mountaintop, bald eagle sighting or imposing glacier. And once you’ve taken in the views, head to Ovation‘s Fish & Ships for an order of classic British fish and chips or a hearty lobster roll.
Serenade of the Seas
For those seeking an itinerary filled with more ports than you can count, Serenade of the Seas is an adventure in Alaska that you won’t want to miss. Some of the top spots you’ll behold include Sitka, Juneau and Ketchikan, complete with jaw-dropping views of two epic glaciers, Endicott Arm fjord and Dawes Glacier. The shore excursions are as varied as the destinations too—think dogsledding, salmon bakes, panning for gold and whale watching.
The Radiance Class ship will sail from Vancouver, British Columbia and will be the only Royal Caribbean ship to visit the wild landscapes and seascapes of Tracy Arm Fjord—a natural gem with more than 30 miles of deep, narrow passageways surrounded by glacier-carved cliffs and epic waterfalls. Anyone on board can continuously marvel at the untamed destinations, wherever they turn, thanks to the floor-to-ceiling windows throughout the ship.
Radiance of the Seas
Look no further than Radiance of the Seas if you want to spend more time in Alaska before or after your cruise. No stranger to the Last Frontier, Radiance is the ultimate Alaska experience offering the option to extend your vacation. Also known as pre- or post-sailing Cruisetours, these extended trips can range between seven and 13 nights and even 18-night options. You can also see more with “open jaw” itineraries leaving from one port like Seward, Alaska and returning to another like Vancouver, and visiting ports such as Juneau, Skagway and Ketchikan, Alaska.
And why go on a Cruisetour you ask? A multinight, land-based adventure is the perfect opportunity to dive deeper into the glacial valleys and river canyons, and learn more about the state’s cultural past like native woodworking. Plus, it’s all led by an experienced guide. Highlights include seeing where urban meets outdoors in the state’s biggest city, Anchorage, going back in time at a former gold mining boomtown, or marveling at Denali National Park.
Pro tip: The cruise-to-land breakdown varies by Cruisetour, but you can roughly spend half of your time at sea and half on land.
Depending on the ship and cruise you choose, you can see Endicott Arm and Dawes Glacier, Tracy Arm Fjords and Glacier, the Hubbard Glacier, the Inside Passage, Juneau, Sitka, Skagway, Ketchikan, and more! You can zip line, go panning for gold, whale watching, bear watching, kayaking, paddle boarding, see sun at midnight, and so much more! What are you waiting for?!?!? Contact me today to book your Alaskan Cruise today!!