Select Dates: May 2021 - August 2023
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Travel to where the Cascade and Olympic Mountains meet the sea, forming the stunning Puget Sound and San Juan Islands archipelago. Cruise the clear blue waters to picturesque historic seaside towns such as Anacortes where you can partake in a traditional smoked salmon tasting.
As you journey through the San Juan Islands, witness abundant wildlife including whales, eagles, and seals. Enjoy the scenic beauty of the region and Olympic National Park where you will witness breathtaking vistas.
Learn about the cultural influences of both the Norwegians and the Suquamish tribe from the American Cruise Lines onboard historians and local expert guides. On your private balcony, you can sip fine wines from local vineyards, while keeping an eye out for “Spirit," an Orca whale American Cruise Lines adopted during our first season on the Puget Sound.
All meals onboard & exquisite cuisine featuring locally sourced ingredients and regionally inspired dishes
Breakfast room service
Complimentary cocktail hours plus beer & wine with meals
Select complimentary shore excursions
Enrichment programs that include select naturalists, historians, musician, informal lectures, concerts and activities
Luxury staterooms with full amenities including twice daily stateroom service
Day 1: Seattle, WA
Depart from Seattle's Fisherman’s Terminal into the majestic waters of Puget Sound.
Day 2: Anacortes, WA
Visit the picturesque waterfront town located on Fidalgo Island in Northwest Washington. This vibrant coastal community is home to one of the world's largest whale watching fleets, as well as Deception Pass, one of the most photographed places in the PNW.
Day 3: Cruise the San Juan Islands, WA
Today invites you to revel in the beauty scenery as we make our way through the San Juan Islands. Observe whales, eagles, seals and more while the Olympic and Cascade Mountains define the horizon.
Day 4: Friday Harbor, WA
Friday Harbor is a charming town with a rich history and an abundance of character. Small enough to walk from one end to the other, this secluded coastal fishing village is adorned with historic storefronts, picturesque turn-of-the-century houses and Coast Salish native carvings.
Day 5: Port Angeles, WA
Discover the unique downtown area of Port Angeles with its eclectic outdoor art, great shopping and stunning landscapes.
Day 6: Port Townsend, WA
Bordered by Puget Sound and the Strait of Juan de Fucia, Port Townsend is a historic Victorian seaport with a rich maritime heritage, artistic spirit and a touch of urban chic.
Day 7: Poulsbo, WA
Poulsbo is a great place to visit for its history, scenery and lively downtown. Originally a logging camp settled by Norwegians who likened the landscape to the fjords of their homeland, Poulsbo retains a Scandinavian influence and charm.
Day 8: Seattle, WA
Return to the Emerald City to depart your ship.