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  1. Thank you all for your responses and input! We are a group of 47 and everyone wants to do at least one tour as a group. There will be some younger children there as well as some family members with bad knees and hip replacements who are not wanting to so anything strenuous! I think this tour will be something we can all do together and on the other stops everyone can split and do what they like.
  2. Ahh now you're making me think! By worth it, I mean would it be a good use of time for some people who may never return to Alaska again. Is there anything else that would would be a better choice. We have some in our group who don't travel often and this would be a once in a lifetime trip for them!
  3. I'm looking at some options for our Ketchikan stop on the Norwegian Sun and this tour looks pretty cool! Is this well worth it in Ketchikan or is there something else we can't miss? I am planning way ahead for our cruise booked for 2023 but it's nice to have something to look forward to when the world returns to normal. We have a very large group with a mix of kids, teens, adults, and seniors.
  4. Yes I did mean Victoria! Sorry for the typo 🙂 We have some family there I guess we can grab dinner with them. Thanks for your help!
  5. Hello! I have not cruised for a couple of years and this will be my first cruise through Alaska. We usually stick to Europe! We just booked for 2023. One if our stops arrives to Vancouver BC at 7 PM and leaves at 11:59. I don't recall ever arriving to a port that late. Do you just get dinner and get back on the ship? I'm guessing they won't be offering excursions. It's the "Alaska: Hubbard Glacier, Juneau & Ketchikan" cruise on the Norwegian Sun (departing from Seattle). Thank you 🙂
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