Delving deeper in Alaska

CUNARD has unveiled its new Insights Program, featuring a range of experts who will deliver educational programs on the cruise line's Queen Elizabeth Alaskan itineraries in May 2019.

CUNARD has unveiled its new Insights Program, featuring a range of experts who will deliver educational programs on the cruise line’s Queen Elizabeth Alaskan itineraries in May 2019.

Queen Elizabeth will sail four 10-night roundtrip Alaska voyages out of Vancouver with port calls in Skagway, Juneau, Ketchikan, Sitka, Icy Strait Point and Victoria.

Highlights include scenic cruising through the Inside Passage, Tracy Arm Fjord, and Hubbard Glacier.

The specialists include author Dr Rachel Cartwright, who will provide live commentary during scenic cruising; Glacier Bay and Icy Strait indigenous group Alaska Native Voices (pictured) who will offer lectures and workshops; and cookbook author and fisherwoman LaDonna Rose Gundersen.

“Our guests will have the opportunity to gain a deep understanding about Alaska and its breathtaking landscape, rich cultural heritage and local cuisine,” said Cunard North America svp, Josh Leibowitz.

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