Alaska Cruise with Sebastian Daily on Norwegian Bliss

Norwegian Bliss is the biggest cruise ship sailing Alaska.
Norwegian Bliss is the biggest cruise ship sailing Alaska.

SEBASTIAN – Sebastian Daily’s 7-day Alaska Cruise on the Norwegian Bliss will begin in Seattle on July 21 – 28, 2019. If you have never been to Alaska before you must book today and go with us, it will be a remarkable experience.

We will be taking Norwegian Cruise Line’s newest ship, the Norwegian Bliss, through Glacier Bay and to Juneau, Alaska; Skagway, Alaska; Ketchikan, Alaska; and Victoria, British Columbia. This giant cruise ship was specifically built for Alaska!

Price starts at $1,800 per person, which includes Free Unlimited Open Bar and Specialty Dining on the ship. For more information, call Amy Post at 386-383-2472 and mention “SEBASTIAN DAILY” Alaska Group to receive perks and the discounted rate.

A go-kart track on a cruise ship in Alaska!
A go-kart track on a cruise ship in Alaska!
These are some pictures from our last Sebastian Daily cruise to Alaska! Whales are everywhere.
These are some pictures from our last Sebastian Daily cruise to Alaska! Whales are everywhere.
Alaska cruise
Alaska cruise
These are some pictures from our last Sebastian Daily cruise to Alaska!
These are some pictures from our last Sebastian Daily cruise to Alaska!

This Alaskan cruise also offers a go-kart track, laser tag, and several other activities on the shop. Two decks in front of the Norwegian Bliss are used as an observation deck to capture the spectacular views in Alaska without going outside. This deck is made up of several living rooms with a bar and buffet in the center.

Observation Deck
Observation Deck
This deck is made up of several living rooms with a bar and buffet in the center.
This deck is made up of several living rooms with a bar and buffet in the center.
These are some pictures from our last Sebastian Daily cruise to Alaska!
These are some pictures from our last Sebastian Daily cruise to Alaska!
These are some pictures from our last Sebastian Daily cruise to Alaska!
These are some pictures from our last Sebastian Daily cruise to Alaska!

We will be flying to Seattle where we will depart on the ship for 7 days. The ship returns to Seattle. For most people, this is a trip of a lifetime!

Cruise Schedule: Jul 21 – 28, 2019

  • Sun, Jul 21 – Seattle, Washington (Embark)
  • Mon, Jul 22 – At Sea
  • Tue, Jul 23 – Juneau, Alaska
  • Wed, Jul 24 – Skagway, Alaska
  • Thu, Jul 25 – Cruise Glacier Bay
  • Fri, Jul 26 – Ketchikan, Alaska
  • Sat, Jul 27 – Victoria, British Columbia
  • Sun, Jul 28 – Seattle, Washington (DISEMBARK)
Juneau, Alaska
Juneau, Alaska
Glacier Bay
Glacier Bay
Spectacular views!
Spectacular views!

The Norwegian Bliss

The Norwegian Bliss was launched on April 21, 2018; it has 20 decks and the capacity to carry 4,002 passengers.

Specialty Dining Restaurants – Ocean Blue, Los Lobos, Food Republic, Cagney’s Steakhouse, Coco’s, Dolce Gelato, Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville at Sea, La Cucina, Le Bistro, Q, Starbucks, Teppanyaki, and The Bake Shop.

Entertainment includes the Happy Hour Prohibition – The Musical, Jersey Boys, Social Comedy and Night Club, The Cavern Club, ¬°Havana!, and Theme Parties.

Activities – Go-Kart Race Track, Laser Tag, Mini Golf, 678 Ocean Place, Aqua Park, Bliss Casino, Bliss Theater, Entourage Teen Club, Fitness Center, Guppies, Kids’ Aqua Park, Spa Salt Room, Spa Snow Room, Spa Thermal Suite, Spa Treatment Room, Splash Academy, and a Video Arcade.

You will receive Free at Sea: (Other options may apply)

  • 1) Free Unlimited Open Bar
  • 2) Free Specialty Dining

Would you like to join us? Call Amy Post with PostCard Travel at (386) 383-2472 and mention “SEBASTIAN DAILY” Alaska Group Discounted Rate.

Here’s a video of the cruise ship!

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About Tina Hodges
Tina Hodges moved to Sebastian with her family in 1980 and has lived in the area ever since. After graduating from Sebastian River High School, she studied at Indian River Community College. Tina worked at Dooney & Bourke for many years before she became a full-time travel writer. Tina joined Sebastian Daily in 2016.