For this year’s Alaska season, Carnival Cruise Line has introduced a variety of fun activities and programs to make voyages even more special and memorable. The line’s 2017 Alaska season kicked off this week, and runs through September with 7-day cruises departing from Seattle aboard Carnival Legend.
The new activities include a Frontier Festival deck party with parlor games, ice carving, an Alaska-themed photo booth, trivia games, the Carnival Gold Bar tower game, and Gold Rush bingo where the winners pan for gold for a $750 grand prize.
During Creative Cove arts classes, guests can create vibrant canvases featuring Alaska scenes like a whale tail in a moonlit ocean, an abstract of the Northern Lights, and more. Many activities are hosted by crew members dressed as historical figures from the Gold Rush and Klondike eras.
Carnival Legend will operate 18 Alaska cruises round-trip from the Port of Seattle May 9 to August 29, 2017. Port calls include Skagway, Juneau, Ketchikan, Victoria, BC, and scenic cruising Tracy Arm Fjord. There’s also a 7-day voyage departing Seattle September 5 and arriving in Vancouver September 12 with stops at Juneau, Skagway, Glacier Bay, and Ketchikan.
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