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  1. No, this September is our opportunity. That's why I was asking specifically about the below, as that's what's available. I'm getting the impression from everyone's responses we shouldn't go. Unfortunately, "peak" season is out of out budget. Inside Passage and Endicott Arm Icy Strait Point and Endicott Arm Tracy Arm Glacier Bay National Park and Icy Strait Point (Hoonah) Stephens Passage, Glacier Bay National Park and Icy Strait Point (Hoonah) Glacier Bay National Park
  2. Thanks again for your insight! We're looking at r/t from Seattle this September, which is all they're offering at this time.
  3. Thanks for your response! Glaciers aren't the only deciding factor (cost and sail dates being the most important), but we're trying to get as much bang for our buck as we can. We live in Florida, so Alaska cruises won't be happening very often, if ever again. I found these on further research: NCL: Glacier Bay National Park and Icy Strait Point (Hoonah) Holland: Stephens Passage, Glacier Bay National Park and Icy Strait Point (Hoonah) Princess: Glacier Bay National Park Which would you select from those? Thanks!
  4. Thanks for your response! We're new to this Alaska cruising thing, so trying to figure it out! 😄 On further research I found: NCL: Glacier Bay National Park and Icy Strait Point (Hoonah) Holland: Stephens Passage, Glacier Bay National Park and Icy Strait Point (Hoonah) Princess: Glacier Bay National Park How about if we add those to the mix? Which would you pick? Thanks!
  5. If Glaciers were the deciding factor, which would you pick? Inside Passage and Endicott Arm Icy Strait Point and Endicott Arm Tracy Arm I know there are many more factors that go into choosing an Alaskan cruise, but am curious about thoughts on this in particular. Thanks!
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