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    June 2018

    Jun 18: 5 Day Classic Voyage with Hugh Rose – 1 cabin available

    June 18, 2018 - June 22, 2018
    $4500

    June 18 - 22 : 1 cabin available 5 days/4 nights on the Discovery (Jun 18 - 22) + 2 nights accommodations in Anchorage (Jun 17 & 22) $4,500 per person. Our standard voyage samples the wildflower meadows, rainforest trails, and calving glaciers, along with animal watching, photography, shore side hikes, and kayaking in secluded bays. For more information about the Classic Voyage, click here

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    Jun 26: 5 Day Classic Voyage with Nan Eagleson – 1 cabin available

    June 26, 2018 - June 30, 2018
    $4500

    5 days/4 nights on the Discovery (Jun 26 – 30) + 2 nights accommodations in Anchorage (Jun 25 & 30). $4,500 per person. Our standard voyage samples the wildflower meadows, rainforest trails, and calving glaciers, along with animal watching, photography, shore side hikes, and kayaking in secluded bays. Joining us will be Nan Eagleson, a wildlife biologist who has worked as a professional guide in the Yukon, Northwest Territories, and Alaska for over 20 years. She currently works as the head…

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    • Captain and Crew

      Discovery Voyages is a family operation headed by captain and naturalist Dean Rand. He is joined by carefully chosen guides and crew members in order to enrich your experience, both on board the Discovery and as you sail through Prince William Sound. Read More »
    • The M/V Discovery

      M/V DiscoveryMeticulously fitted to combine the finest blend of comfort and utility, the 65-foot classic working yacht gently sails you into one of the world's richest marine environments. Because of its small size, the Discovery can sail into quiet coves and navigate ice-bound channels that larger boats must avoid, letting Discovery passengers get an up close and personal view of glaciers and marine wildlife impossible on a larger cruise ship. Read More »
    • Prince William Sound

      More than three thousand shore land miles of bays, coves and deep fjords comprise the prized seacoast region of Alaska's famous Prince William Sound. Exceeding the combined area of Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Rhode Island, this sheltered waterway contains the greatest diversity of habitats found along the entire Eastern Pacific Coast, including the world's northernmost temperate rainforest. Read More »
    • Fine Dining

      A tantalizing menu of carefully prepared, home-cooked meals await you on the Discovery. Depending on the season, meals feature fresh local seafood such as Copper River king salmon, sockeye salmon and or halibut, oysters, shrimp, and rockfish, served with fresh quality fruits and vegetables, homemade breads & rolls, soups, and more. Read More »