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Royal Caribbean Alaska Cruises: 7-Nights Vancouver to Seward, Alaska

$343 per person (based on double occupancy)


& More (Sailing April - Oct)

Royal Caribbean Cruises has select Alaska Cruises on sale starting at prices listed below. In addition, Kids (12 years and younger) sail free (restrictions apply). Must book by January 24, 2023, for travel between April 1 and October 31, 2023.

Thanks to Deal Hunter serra for posting this deal.

Note: Fares below are per person, for select sailings, interior stateroom, based on double-occupancy, and do not include taxes, fees & port expenses.


  • 7-night Vancouver - Seward Alaska $343 (Sept 8, 2023)
  • 7-night Seward Alaska - Vancouver $373 (Sept 1, 2023)
  • 7-night Seward Alaska - Vancouver $399 (Aug 18, 2023)
  • 7-night Seattle - Vancouver $481 (Sept 25, 2023)
  • 8-night Vancouver - Vancouver $521 (May 11, 2023)

Editor's Notes & Price Research

Written by RevOne | Staff

  • About this deal:
    • Up to $550 off applies to new bookings made between January 18 – 24, 2023 ("Offer Period") on sailings departing on or after February 18, 2023, and provides instant savings of up to $550 USD per stateroom. Savings amount varies by stateroom category booked and sailing length as follows, 5 nights or less, $25 USD savings for Interior and Ocean View, $75 USD for Balconies, and $150 USD for Suites; 6 nights or longer, $50 USD savings for Interior and Ocean View, $100 USD for Balconies, and $550 USD for Suites. Instant savings applied as instant rebate to the price of cruise fare at checkout.
    • Kids Sail Free applies to new bookings made between January 1 – 31, 2023 ("Offer Period") on sailings departing on or after February 1, 2023 – April 30, 2025 ("Offer Cruise"), providing free cruise fare for third guests and higher who are 12 years old and younger as of Offer Cruise departure date on sailings 3 nights or longer booked in the same stateroom as the first two qualifying guests in a triple or quad- occupancy stateroom.
    • View full promotion terms & conditions here.
  • Please refer to the forum thread for additional deal ideas & discussion. -StrawMan86
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I returned from a Royal Caribbean cruise just yesterday. We booked it after having a great cruise last November. They must have made some policy changes after the new year because it was not enjoyable at all.

The menu has changed with far less options, and the food went from amazing in November to just okay. They are REALLY pushing the paid dining options, and I think a strategy is to make the free main dining experience less appealing.

There are generally three people who help you with your cruise: a main server, an assistant server, and a room attendant. In the past they have been fantastic. I am wondering if Royal issued a pay cut to employees because all the workers seemed just plain sad, and the service was pretty bad. Moving around the ship, the morale of the crew seemed really somber, too. Not the typical smiles and greetings, and some crew would even mutter stuff under their breath as we passed by. Several times I heard crew making fun of or hating on "Americans".

The cruise was also woefully crowded. Not a seat to spare, and despite there being signage to not save seats or deck chairs, everybody still did it without so much as a prompt from the crew. It was impossible to sit anywhere but your room, and lines for anything were unbelievably long. That's typical on a cruise, but this one was over the top.

Two other things... the ship constantly smelled like weed. There are smoking sections, but nobody cared to follow that rule, so every inch smelled like nasty, skunky weed.

Then at night, 12 am to 3 am, somebody in a nearby stateroom was blasting loud music. After complaints from several nearby staterooms, the crew did nothing to stop it or help.

I used to love cruises... now I don't think I'll go on one again.
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No sailing from SFO except Princess Ruby
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Quote from ElatedTank829 :
No sails from NY too?
I hope this is a joke.
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Quote from BrutusBeefcake :
I hope this is a joke.
can you imagine how long that would be... at least 30 days to get around the Panama canal
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