Alaskan Dream Cruises, which is owned and operated by a local family in Sitka, Alaska, will commence it’s second season, with new ports and itineraries, in May 2012.
The Alaskan Dream will sail three new itineraries, which will include an eight-day trip that visits less-traveled-to destinations, like Hobart Bay and Kasaan, and two extensive 11- and 13-day trips through the Inside Passage. These new trips will mark the inclusion of the ports of Ketchikan, Skagway, Haines, Thorne Bay, Kasaan, Wrangell and Gustavus on Alaskan Dream Cruises’ voyages.
The line includes complimentary shore excursions ranging from adventure activities to cultural experiences, and local naturalists and Alaska Native guides offer onboard presentations on the culture, plant and animal life of the region.
Alaskan Dream Cruises has also renovated both its ships for the new season. The 42-passenger Alaskan Dream has been redone with new carpet and paint, and closets were added in passenger cabins. The Admiralty Dream was redesigned with lighter color scheme and carpet in the cabins and public areas. The forward lounge has been refurbished on both ships.
The Alaskan cruise season runs May through September.