Home

Sail Away To Alaska With The Royal Caribbean In 2020

By Rachel George

Share

Looking for a reason to travel toward the blistering cold state of Alaska? Royal Caribbean is currently planning three cruise ships set to sail to Alaska in 2020.

 

The popular Ovation of the Seas ship will accompany Serenade of the Seas and Radiance of the Seas in seven 15-day trips to The Last Frontier, stopping in Hawaii and along the Panama Canal.

 

Travelers will be able to gaze upon the breathtaking, panoramic views of Alaska’s mountains through glass elevators and large windows. This will be the company’s first summer season hosting three trips to Alaska.

 

Between early May and mid-September are recommended the best times to travel to Alaska due to the weather. Although rain is pretty common year-round, Alaska’s snow-covered mountains and wildlife make for great scenery and pictures. May is also the driest month, along with low-travel fares, perfect for travelers on a budget, and smaller crowds.

 

The Serenade of the Seas will coast along the Panama Canal for a 15-day trip from Fort Lauderdale to Los Angeles. It will also stop by Costa Rica, Panama, Guatemala, and Cabo San Lucas, leaving on May 4th, 2020. Serenade previously sailed to Alaska in 2009.

 

Radiance travels between Vancouver and Seward, Alaska for 7 night trips, alternating southbound and northbound routes. The ship will also provide 10-night trips including Kailua, Kona and more, leaving May 5th.


 

Ovation offers a 12-night cruise across Hawaii, stopping by Kailua Kona, Maui, and the Kilauea Volcano on the way, leaving on May 7th, 2020.

 

Bookings for Royal Caribbean’s cruises to Alaska begin today, Nov. 8.

Share
Travel Noire

Rachel George

Want more?

Get exclusive, unpublished tips from Travel Noire's CEO to help you get off the beaten path, into the hearts of locals and onto a better, more cultured life.

Adventure Travel Isn’t Just For The White Elite

Adventure Travel Isn’t Just For The White Elite

While social media and influencer pages would lead us to believe that black people don’t participate in adventure travel, we know that’s just not true. We’ve found some of the best black and brown adventure travelers out there. Check them out. Laura Edmonson As the founder of @browngirlsclimb, Laura is the advocate for showing black and […]

DeAnna Taylor

Small City In Alaska Prepares For Near Darkness For 65 Days

Small City In Alaska Prepares For Near Darkness For 65 Days

Are you afraid of the dark?   Hope the residents of Utqiaġvik, Alaska have their flashlights ready because after sunset on Sunday, the town will descend into near darkness for 65 days. The most northern town in America, formerly known as Barrow, will watch the sun drop below the horizon for the last time in 2018 on […]

Sharelle Burt

Viewing the Northern Lights

Viewing the Northern Lights

As a lifelong native of New York City, I’m often amazed at everything the City has to offer. Skyscrapers color the skyline and pierce through clouds, often defying the laws of gravity. The bustle of New Yorkers and the fact that every city-goer has a real appreciation for time, energizes me. However, the same qualities […]

Gaston Depusoir