Victory Cruise Lines has announced its inaugural Alaska and British Columbia itineraries for the 2021 season, on board the 200-passenger Ocean Victory.
Cruises include the 12-day Northbound: Vancouver, B.C to Sitka, Alaska (departing May 21; June 11; July 2, 23; Aug. 13; Sept. 3); the 13-day Southbound: Sitka, Alaska to Vancouver, B.C. (departing May 31; June 21; July 12; Aug. 2, 23; Sept. 13) and the 12-day Hidden Coast: Vancouver, B.C. to Seattle, W.A., a one-time cruise departing Sept. 24.
Currently under construction, Victory Cruise Lines’ third vessel invites guests to explore the breathtaking scenery and wildlife of Alaska and British Columbia on expert led excursions and small-ship, scenic cruising.
To ensure that the Ocean Victory showcases the very best of expedition cruising, VCL is working with California Polytechnic State University to include marine biologists, scientists and naturalists among its expedition team of 19 who will lead excursions, provide education lectures and act as a resource for all guests.
The 104.4m Ocean Victory will feature 93 suites, of which, 68 will have balconies, nine with French balconies and 16 with panoramic windows. The vessel will carry a crew of 100 featuring a 2-to-1 guest to crew ratio. Onboard venues include two restaurants, in addition to an open-deck dining area, piano bar, library, gym, heated outdoor pool, spa services and jacuzzi, plus observation and lecture lounges and a dedicated expedition and adventures launching platform.
Bookings for Ocean Victory Alaska cruises are now open, with early booking savings up to $1,400 per stateroom on reservations made by March 31, 2020.
For more information on Victory Cruise Lines, visit http://www.victorycruiselines.com/ovalaska.
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