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Frequently Asked Questions

How does your service work?
Use our find a cruise search feature or browse for a cruise using the link on our home page. When you have decided on a cruise, just click on the get a quote button and complete the form. Shortly, often within just a few hours, an Alaska Cruise Quotes member travel agency will contact you with a quote by email or phone depending on your selected preference. If you decide you want to purchase the cruise, you can contact the agency directly to do so. There is no charge for our service, and you are under no obligation to buy anything.

What is your privacy policy?
We take your privacy very seriously. Alaska Cruise Quotes, as well as our member travel agencies, will not sell or share your information with anyone, or use it for any other purpose other than assisting you with your travel plans.

What if I want to take an Alaska land tour before or after my cruise?
Great idea! Make sure to choose a Glacier Route itinerary that sails to or from Whittier or Seward. Our member agencies can also assist you with booking a cruise line provided “cruise tour” package, and you will also receive information on independent land tour options from Alaska Tour & Travel.

What if I want to get more than one cruise quote?
You may submit more than one cruise quote request. You may also use the “Additional Information” box on our quote form to let us know which other sailing you are interested in.

What if I need help choosing the cruise that is right for me?
Go ahead and submit a quote. In the “Additional Information” box let us know any information or preferences you have on the type of cruise, cruise line and travel dates. It is not necessary to fill out the specific voyage details if you have not decided on a particular cruise. A cruise specialist will contact you and help you choose the Alaska cruise that is just right for you.

What if I want to talk to a cruise specialist on the phone?
Not a problem. Go ahead and submit a quote and include your phone number and the best time to call. In the “Additional Information” box let us know any information or preferences you have on the type of cruise, cruise line and travel dates. A cruise specialist will give you a call and help you choose the Alaska cruise that is just right for you.

How do I get from the pier to the airport?
Most cruise lines offer transfer packages. Usually there are independent options as well. Click on the following link for more information on Alaska cruise transfers between Anchorage and Seward or Whittier for Glacier Route cruises.

Tell me about your $10 guarantee?
Go ahead and use our service to get a quote on your Alaska cruise. If you end up buying the same cruise elsewhere for less money, we will send you $10. Here are the details: 1) the cruise you purchased must be the same as the cruise you indicated on your request to, including ship, sailing date and cabin type. 2) The cruise you purchased must have been booked after you received and reviewed your quote from, and after our member agency has had the chance to match or beat the price of that cruise. 3) You must actually go on the cruise. 4) You must submit a written request with documentation for items 1 through 3 no later than 30 days from the completion of the your cruise. Limit $10 per household, group or association.

What is the difference between a Glacier Route Alaska cruise and an Inside Passage Alaska cruise?
Inside passage cruises typically sail on seven day itineraries roundtrip from Seattle, Washington or Vancouver BC. These sailings travel through the inside passage in Southeast Alaska, also called the “panhandle”. Itineraries vary by ship but most turn around in Juneau or Skagway. Glacier Routes cruises are sometimes referred to as “Gulf of Alaska” cruises or “Voyage of the Glaciers” cruises for their additional glacier viewing opportunities. They are seven day, one way cruises that sail between Vancouver BC and either Whittier of Seward Alaska. They include the sights and ports of the Inside Passage, but also additional glacier viewing destinations like college fjord and the rugged coastline along the Gulf of Alaska. The Inside Passage cruises can be a good introduction to Alaska cruising. However, we highly prefer the Glacier Route cruises, not only for the additional glacier viewing, but the chance to explore Alaska by land before or after your cruise. You can find more information here on different Alaska cruise routes:

Glacier Route Northbound Alaska cruises
Glacier Route Southbound Alaska cruises
Inside Passage Alaska cruises

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