Trip Report - 3 Wonderful weeks in Alaska on Star Princess and Nieuw Amsterdam

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#41
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Inside Passage:Thank goodness we were already on Bonine as the ride was a little choppy. We spent a lot of time out on deck searching for whales and managed to see about 7 whales off in the distance so no pictures to show. Although we could not capture the whales on film we feel that sometimes it's nice to stop and just take in the moment at hand.

***I didn't keep a record nor did I keep the daily paper so I can't comment on the temperatures -- at least there was no rain.

Juneau/Tracy Arm:The much anticipated excursion to Tracy Arm was finally here. We have been to Tracy Arm twice before: one trip was via a cruise line transit and the other was an excursion with Adventure Bound. For this particular trip to Tracy Arm we were going to offload from the ship onto an Allen Marine vessel.

Our tour was operated by Allen Marine, a company that we have used on other excursions. Like past experiences, we have nothing but respect for this company. The captain and crew were wonderful and very knowledgeable about the wildlife and the surrounding area. Some of the crew members grew up in Alaska and shared first-hand stories of their life experiences. The vessel was clean and offered ample viewing for everyone.

I was concerned a bit as to how far we would get into Tracy Arm. Our weather was wonderful and we were able to get into Sawyer and South Sawyer. I'm so glad that we booked the excursion early and were able to see the wonderful things that we did. Below are a few pictures of the scenery, marine life and glacier calving. There is also a picture of an orca that had just killed a seal. The crew were so excited to see the orca as they usually don't find an orca in the Arm.











More pictures to follow in the next post.
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Tracy Arm Excursion - Continued.











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#43
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Tracy Arm Excursion - Continued









Sorry for all the pictures -- I couldn't help myself -- Tracy Arm is just stunning.

The weather was sunny and turned to some overcast towards the end of our excursion.
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#44
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Skagway: We decided to take a day of rest from excursions today. We had a late breakfast on the ship and then went into town for a few gifts to take home.

Glacier Bay: See comments for this port under the Princess write up for Glacier Bay.

Ketchikan: We booked the Rainforest Sanctuary tour that was offered by the ship. We took this tour last year around the same time and were lucky to have seen bears on the excursion. While not part of this particular excursion, our guide was kind enough to let us deviate from our tour and watch the bears playing in the grass. Hoping that bears would appear again (fingers crossed) and that we would have a guide that would let us watch them, we are happy to say that we did see bears!

Below are some of the pictures taken. We saw bears catching fish, the eagles eating the leftovers, bears fighting and a few moments where it looked like one of the bears was conversing with the eagle.









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#45
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Inside Passage:Today marked the end of our three weeks of cruising and exploring in Alaska. Although our weather could have been better at times, we were happy that we came and will be leaving with many wonderful memories.

Vancouver: Today is embarkation day. Holland America did a great job of getting us off the ship in a timely and organized manner. Although we say good bye to Alaska for now, we eagerly await our return home to begin planning our 2018 return.
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#46
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Sorry for all the pictures -- I couldn't help myself -- Tracy Arm is just stunning.
Oh my gosh...don't be sorry. Your photos are equally stunning.

I was going to comment earlier on what a wonderful photo you had of the two eagles (an adult & juvenile) in a tree, but the subsequent posts have been even better!

You hit the jackpot on wildlife viewing. Loved the bears and it looks like you were witnessing quite an eagle feast!

We are booked on the Nieuw Amsterdam in October (our first HAL cruise) so I am anxious to read what you have to say about the ship!
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#47
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Originally posted by AryMay
Oh my gosh...don't be sorry. Your photos are equally stunning.

I was going to comment earlier on what a wonderful photo you had of the two eagles (an adult & juvenile) in a tree, but the subsequent posts have been even better!

You hit the jackpot on wildlife viewing. Loved the bears and it looks like you were witnessing quite an eagle feast!

We are booked on the Nieuw Amsterdam in October (our first HAL cruise) so I am anxious to read what you have to say about the ship!
Thanks for the kind words, I appreciate them. I have finally complete my comparison of the ships; see the following entry. Enjoy your time on the Nieuw Amsterdam; I'm sure you will have a good time.
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#48
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As mentioned before, we went to Alaska for 3 weeks. We cruised on the Star Princess for the northbound and southbound itinerary. Immediately following our disembarkation, we embarked on Holland America’s Nieuw Amsterdam. Listed below are some of our observations:

Star Princess

-Slow embarkation process (3 hours). However, once we boarded the ship, our cabin and luggage were available shortly thereafter.
-We had an inside cabin with beds pulled apart for extra space to move about. Cabin was very nice and met our needs.
-Shower was very small and it had a fixed shower head. I didn’t care for the shower head as I am a short person and had a hard time with the water reaching me and thoroughly rinsing my hair. I heard other women complain about the shower as well.
-Staff and crew members were very friendly from the moment we got on the ship.
-Loved Captain Tuvo; very funny and very engaging with passengers.
- Buffet staff were extremely efficient and ensured services (providing beverages and clearing of tables) were done in a quick and timely manner.
-Hand sanitizer was more visible and was mandatory when entering the buffet food area.
-Buffet was poorly laid out. Food choices and variety of food was only “so-so.” We are light eaters so that is why we chose buffet over dining room.
-Lots of lounges available suitable to everyone’s form of entertainment.
-Interior of the ship is bright.
-Plenty of entertainment and enrichment programs.
-Crown Grill was a big disappointment. My husband ordered steak and paid extra for the lobster tail. When the lobster arrived at the table it was burnt. My husband sent it back, the waiter apologized and a new lobster was brought back to the table. The point is, the waiter should have looked at the lobster first before bringing it to the table; we were a little surprised this happened. Funny thing is, the people behind us had a problem also --- not good PR if you ask me.
-Princess had a pretty good walking deck. We tried to walk as much as we could after meals to keep the calories from sticking.
-Casino-Appreciated the fact that non-smoking machines existed. The bad aspect was that machines only had an 86.92 payback.
-For back-to back cruisers, we appreciated the ease of transitioning from one cruise to the next: accounts carried over, internet carried over and we didn’t have to attend the muster drill again.
-Self-service laundry was a plus especially since we would be on board for two weeks.
-Embarkation was fast and efficient.
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#49
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Holland America – Nieuw Amsterdam

-Shorter embarkation process (2 hours). Once we boarded the ship, our cabin and luggage were available shortly thereafter.
-We had an inside cabin with beds pulled apart for extra space to move about. Cabin was very nice and met our needs.
-Ship had a darker interior with lots of interesting art work.
-Loved the large shower with a moveable shower head.
-Staff and crew members were a little reserved on the first day; warmed up as the cruise went on. Buffet staff was not as efficient and fast as the Princess staff.
-Hand sanitizer was visible but not used very much by people. Placement of the hand sanitizer in the hallway before the buffet was a poor option in our opinion. It should have been placed right near the entrance to the food.
-Buffet offered many wonderful choices and was clearly a winner for us. We really enjoyed the pizza; you could order a whole pizza at no cost.
-Lots of lounges but smaller in size than Princess. The problem we had was there were two large tour groops on the ship and, at times, the lounges were not available to the public.
-We had dinner at the Pinnacle Grill. We both ordered steaks and they were fantastic; very juicy and melted in our mouths. Clearly, Holland America is a winner here.
-Activities were almost non-existent compared to other lines.
-Holland America had an outstanding walking deck; it was very wide and open --- loved, loved this area.
-Casino-Appreciated the fact that non-smoking machines existed.
-Fresh flowers were all around the ship; nice touch.
-Embarkation was fast and efficient. We would give the edge to Holland America for queuing up the lines after you have picked up your luggage as it prevented congestion when leaving the area.

**** We enjoyed both cruise lines and wouldn’t hesitate to sail with either again. The comments I have listed above are minor in nature and might not even affect another cruiser.


Within the next few days I hope to attach all my pictures to the area under "my signature" for those that might be interested in seeing more of our adventure. Thanks for taking the time to read my posts.
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#50
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Below is the link to ALL our pictures from our 3 weeks in Alaska. Thanks again for taking a peak at our adventures.

https://alaska2017princessandhal.shutterfly.com/
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https://millenniumalaska2014.shutter...%3dSHARE3SXXXX (Alaska 2014, 2010, 2009)

https://millenniumalaska2015.shutter...%3dSHARE3SXXXX (Alaska 2015)

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#53
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Originally posted by Coral
Thanks for the trip report - looking forward to ALL of the pics

Thanks, Coral. It took a while but I finally got it done. Forgot to say "thanks" for your post about my DH's retirement --- I thought the day would never come. I first met him when he was working in Alaska so it was fitting that we celebrated his retirement there.
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#54
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Originally posted by Italy52
We recently returned from three consecutive cruises to Alaska: Two on the Star Princess (northbound and southbound routes) and one on Holland America’s Nieuw Amsterdam (Vancouver-Vancouver route.) We decided last year that we would make our 2017 Alaska cruises all about the glaciers; mission accomplished.

About Us: My husband is 71 and I am 66. Counting the above cruises, we have enjoyed 21 beautiful cruises to Alaska. We are not loyal to any one cruise line; itinerary and port times are priorities for us. Our Alaska sailing history includes the following cruise lines: Princess (4), Royal Caribbean (8), Celebrity (8) and Holland America (1). We have had balcony cabins and inside cabins during our sailings to Alaska; this time we had inside cabins for all three cruises.


For now, I have incorporated a few relevant pictures throughout the narrative. Keep checking back as I hope to attach a link below my “signature” that will provide a more in-depth look at our beautiful memories.

Flights: We flew Alaska Airlines from Sacramento to Seattle to Vancouver without incident. Our goal was to arrive in Vancouver with a nice time cushion so we could do a little sightseeing and have some relaxation time; mission accomplished.


Vancouver Airport: Upon arrival in Vancouver we departed our plane and followed the clearly marked signage to Immigration. At Immigration, we followed the verbal instruction by one of the representatives and we took our place in line for processing. Although the lines looked very long, the whole process was quick and painless. After Immigration, we made our way down to the baggage claim area to retrieve our luggage. One nice thing about the Vancouver Airport is the availability of “free” luggage carts to use while retrieving/hauling your bags. We estimated we waited in the Immigration line about 20 minutes and 15 minutes at baggage claim.

Transportation to the Hotel: With all our luggage on our cart, we followed the signage directing us to the ground transportation area. Just outside the door, there was a taxi line that moved very quickly. Taxi to the Marriott Pinnacle was $35 plus tip. We were very thankful that the ride from the airport to the hotel was a fixed rate as construction caused extensive traffic delays. We estimated that our ride to the hotel took 45min-1 hour.

Hotel: During our past visits we have stayed at the following hotels: Pan Pacific, Hyatt Regency, Fairmont Waterfront and Marriott Pinnacle; all are wonderful hotels. For this visit, we used Marriott points so we opted to stay at the Marriott Pinnacle for both our pre-and post-cruise stays. We had a wonderful room with a view of the water so we could see the cruise ships come and go.

I will try to post more tomorrow.


Thanks for your post, we leave Vancouver on the NIeuw Amsterdam on September 16, we then pick up the Princess Star on the 24th from Vancouver to Hawaii. We are first time with HAL and welcome any advice you may have.


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Originally posted by dartnut
Thanks for your post, we leave Vancouver on the NIeuw Amsterdam on September 16, we then pick up the Princess Star on the 24th from Vancouver to Hawaii. We are first time with HAL and welcome any advice you may have.


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Great review and beautiful photos. I do Alaska every year and visit Tracy Arm every chance I get with Adventure Bound. IMHO nothing beats getting close to the Glaciers in Tracy Arm, I think they are by far the bluest and most active for calving.

College Fjord used to be a big favorite also but last several trips we have gotten no where near close and its sad to see how much some of the glaciers have retreated

Overall I still love Alaska
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#57
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Originally posted by DougH
Great review and beautiful photos. I do Alaska every year and visit Tracy Arm every chance I get with Adventure Bound. IMHO nothing beats getting close to the Glaciers in Tracy Arm, I think they are by far the bluest and most active for calving.

College Fjord used to be a big favorite also but last several trips we have gotten no where near close and its sad to see how much some of the glaciers have retreated

Overall I still love Alaska
Doug, thanks for the kind remarks. Tracy Arm is truly beautiful; I love being surrounded by all the blue ice. We were so excited that we had the opportunity to take the small boat tour to Tracy Arm.


We still love Alaska as well. We have our 2018 visit all planned out and currently discussing plans for 2019. When we started planning our 2017 trip we decided we would make it all about the glaciers -- we have seen a lot of changes in the glaciers over the years and we decided it was time to take in as many glaciers as we could while we had the opportunity.

Before the 2017 cruise, we had visited College Fjord only once and that was many years ago on Princess. After our trip this year, I don't think College Fjord will be a priority for us.
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Unless you go often its sometimes hard to note the changes. I wish everything was back to what it was like on my first visit back in 1995. Early 2000's is when I really noticed the changes in the ports begin to take place with all the small Mom & Pop stores being replaced by the large chains/ jewelry stores. Glaciers have been getting smaller all the time.

It also seems to me that as the years go on the ships don't get anywhere near as close as on my first trips, then it was common to get within about 1/4 mile. Now in many spots its 9-10 miles. I always laugh at the comment that every cruise seems to be 'the closest we've gotten this year" lol
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#59
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Originally posted by DougH
Unless you go often its sometimes hard to note the changes. I wish everything was back to what it was like on my first visit back in 1995. Early 2000's is when I really noticed the changes in the ports begin to take place with all the small Mom & Pop stores being replaced by the large chains/ jewelry stores. Glaciers have been getting smaller all the time.

It also seems to me that as the years go on the ships don't get anywhere near as close as on my first trips, then it was common to get within about 1/4 mile. Now in many spots its 9-10 miles. I always laugh at the comment that every cruise seems to be 'the closest we've gotten this year" lol
Our first cruise to Alaska was 2005.


"I always laugh at the comment that every cruise seems to be 'the closest we've gotten this year"Heck, on some of my B2B cruises I hear this is closer than the week before --- NOT as I was on that cruise so I think I should know.
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