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  1. Beyond Alaska, I would keep an eye on Washington and Canada. As of today, Seattle is aware that cruise season begins in April. No decisions yet, but this tells me they are keeping an eye on things. https://www.portseattle.org/news/travel-updates-covid-19-what-travelers-and-our-community-needs-know
  2. As of now, no cancelations. I live in hope. BUT - I"m keeping an eye on it.
  3. MSC has some issues as well. Their media is more EU based.
  4. A lot has changed in a matter of weeks; two weeks ago, Seattle wasn't a hot spot. Today it's an area of concern. Hard to know what/where once the season starts up on May. Too soon to tell.
  5. agreed. Plus the ability to move things around prior to payment is a nice option.
  6. I personally prefer the narrated version. The non-narrated might work for those that have done the route before. Not every bus driver narrates on the non-narrated shuttles. As I have people in my group that have never gone before, i prefer the sure bet of the history & etc.
  7. I called Princess and upgraded to Tundra. Was an easy call, they looked at my cruisetour, based on the time I had available, and booked me. As this is important to me, I didn't want to wait until later.
  8. I've heard from more than one person around my office looking to cruise and take advantage of the "sales". I mentioned, not sure there would be if the cruises are in demand. Eg; folks that originally was cruising in Asia, may flip to Carb. etc. It just depends. I know my cruise in Aug is still going up in $. Like other posters, could be too far out.
  9. It's too soon to tell how much of the road will be closed, they have to evaluate it when it becomes visable. They are intending to have it open by late June - July https://www.nps.gov/dena/learn/nature/pretty-rocks.htm
  10. one way all the way! It's a whole new world north of Juneau.
  11. I'd read the description and make sure it's really the same. How far it goes up, where is your turn around point, does it just do train or is it a train/bus combo.
  12. Personally, if you are going to do a flightseeing at Juneau. I would do one that includes a landing on the glacier and perhaps walking about a bit. I have a very strong memory of actually being on the glacier, seeing the amazing blue, the dirt, and hearing the natural history of the area. It was a long time ago, but it was through Northstar helicopters. https://northstartrekking.com/
  13. I haven't heard much about the zipline in Keitch. Many seem to perfer to do the lumber show, the walk the boardwalk/history, Misty fjords, etc. Either way, you have to be on board by 1pm. I guess it's up to you do determine if this is all you do. Yes, NCL would be responsible for getting you back on time, if you book through them.
  14. I actually enjoy ISP. Great place to chill, enjoy the local scenary (it a small port town), and maybe do a small tour. Some folks do the big zip line or the bear adventure. This year I'm doing the whale tour.
  15. It can be overwhelming. I'd get a read on each port separately. What is about each one that looks interesting. I did a lot of possibilities before narrowing. What might be fun to someone else might not as much be for you. Also, budget really determines things. Keitchan: Misty Fjords flightseeing is cool. The general boardwalk shopping, history is neat. Juneau: whale watching or glacier walking. I've done helicopter to glacier with a tour, really cool. This year, I'm doing Tracy Arm (you need long port time for this) Skagaway: Train/bus combo. There's some v
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