Iceberg in Alaska with Princess Ship floating in front of it

Shore Excursions

Shore Excursions

Iceberg in Alaska with Princess Ship floating in front of it

Shore Excursions

Excursion Guide

As a Club Pilates Cruise Guest, you have a $300 credit to enjoy on exclusive Shore Excursions!

You’re invited to mix-in and meet up with fellow Pilates aficionados to enjoy shore excursions in The Great Land of Alaska. This year, Club Pilates and Princess have put together exclusive excursions for Club Pilates cruise guests. These excursions are available on a first come, first serve basis. Redeem your credit and book today through your Club Pilates . Please note that excursions cannot be booked online and must be booked using the following process:

  • Please have your booking number ready and call our dedicated excursions team at 888-819-0590, (option 2), Monday–Friday, 8AM–5PM PT.

  • You will be connected to our first available agent.


*⁠To expedite the booking process, please take note of the tour code to help your agent identify the excursion you are interested in booking.

*You may only book excursions for cruise members under your booking number.

Ketchikan | Day 3 - August 20th

Ketchikan | Day 3 - August 20th

Ketchikan | Day 3 - August 20th

Great Alaskan Lumberjack Show with Reserved Seating

$43.00 Adult | $23.00 Child

Code:

KTN-302

Watch manly men chop and saw wood, throw an axe, climb a tree, log roll and more at the Great Alaskan Lumberjack Show. Acclaimed by Travel Channel as one of the "Top 10 Things to See in Alaska," this rollicking presentation by real lumberjacks showcases Ketchikan’s pioneer beginnings. Club Pilates members enjoy reserved seating. From the pier, you’ll walk to the covered, heated, and cushioned grandstand and find a seat in the reserved section. You’ll get to see Alaska's frontier lumberjacks battle British Columbia's premier woodsmen in a no-holds-barred competition for the title "Bull of the Woods." These world champion athletes are featured in springboard chopping, buck sawing, axe throwing, log rolling, and the thrilling 50-foot tree climb, while the colorful host delights the crowd with stories of lumberjack lore. Be prepared to see six-foot razor-sharp saws slicing through trees, men running atop spinning logs floating in the water, souped-up chainsaws and more! At the end of the show, you can have your picture taken with the “surviving” lumberjack. You might want to look for unique Alaskan items like the Lumberjack calendar as a perfect memento of your visit after the show. You’re free to wander the town, or simply take the short walk back to your ship at your leisure.

*Notes: No charge for children two years of age and younger. Videotaping of the show is not permitted, but still photography is welcome. Guests make their own way to the show on a 5- to 10-minute walk from the pier.

Depart:

9:15am

| Return:

10:45am

Quantity Available:

Great Alaskan Lumberjack Show with Reserved Seating

$43.00 Adult | $23.00 Child

Code:

KTN-302

Watch manly men chop and saw wood, throw an axe, climb a tree, log roll and more at the Great Alaskan Lumberjack Show. Acclaimed by Travel Channel as one of the "Top 10 Things to See in Alaska," this rollicking presentation by real lumberjacks showcases Ketchikan’s pioneer beginnings. Club Pilates members enjoy reserved seating. From the pier, you’ll walk to the covered, heated, and cushioned grandstand and find a seat in the reserved section. You’ll get to see Alaska's frontier lumberjacks battle British Columbia's premier woodsmen in a no-holds-barred competition for the title "Bull of the Woods." These world champion athletes are featured in springboard chopping, buck sawing, axe throwing, log rolling, and the thrilling 50-foot tree climb, while the colorful host delights the crowd with stories of lumberjack lore. Be prepared to see six-foot razor-sharp saws slicing through trees, men running atop spinning logs floating in the water, souped-up chainsaws and more! At the end of the show, you can have your picture taken with the “surviving” lumberjack. You might want to look for unique Alaskan items like the Lumberjack calendar as a perfect memento of your visit after the show. You’re free to wander the town, or simply take the short walk back to your ship at your leisure.

*Notes: No charge for children two years of age and younger. Videotaping of the show is not permitted, but still photography is welcome. Guests make their own way to the show on a 5- to 10-minute walk from the pier.

Depart:

9:15am

| Return:

10:45am

Quantity Available:

Great Alaskan Lumberjack Show with Reserved Seating

$43.00 Adult | $23.00 Child

Code:

KTN-302

Watch manly men chop and saw wood, throw an axe, climb a tree, log roll and more at the Great Alaskan Lumberjack Show. Acclaimed by Travel Channel as one of the "Top 10 Things to See in Alaska," this rollicking presentation by real lumberjacks showcases Ketchikan’s pioneer beginnings. Club Pilates members enjoy reserved seating. From the pier, you’ll walk to the covered, heated, and cushioned grandstand and find a seat in the reserved section. You’ll get to see Alaska's frontier lumberjacks battle British Columbia's premier woodsmen in a no-holds-barred competition for the title "Bull of the Woods." These world champion athletes are featured in springboard chopping, buck sawing, axe throwing, log rolling, and the thrilling 50-foot tree climb, while the colorful host delights the crowd with stories of lumberjack lore. Be prepared to see six-foot razor-sharp saws slicing through trees, men running atop spinning logs floating in the water, souped-up chainsaws and more! At the end of the show, you can have your picture taken with the “surviving” lumberjack. You might want to look for unique Alaskan items like the Lumberjack calendar as a perfect memento of your visit after the show. You’re free to wander the town, or simply take the short walk back to your ship at your leisure.

*Notes: No charge for children two years of age and younger. Videotaping of the show is not permitted, but still photography is welcome. Guests make their own way to the show on a 5- to 10-minute walk from the pier.

Depart:

9:15am

| Return:

10:45am

Quantity Available:

Great Alaskan Lumberjack Show & Axe Throwing Challenge

$84.95 Adult | $59.95 Child

Code:

KTN307A

Upgrade the Great Alaskan Lumberjack Show experience by stepping into the action yourself when your small group gets a private lesson with the athletes and a chance to try your hand at axe throwing! The history of Alaska’s frontier comes to life as lumberjacks display their dazzling skills in springboard chopping, buck sawing, log rolling and more! Club Pilates members enjoy reserved seating. The Travel Channel calls the Great Alaskan Lumberjack Show one of the “Top 10 Things to See in Alaska.” From the comfort of covered, heated, and cushioned grandstands, you’ll get to see Alaska’s frontier lumberjacks battle British Columbia’s premier woodsmen in a no-holds-barred competition for the title of “Bull of the Woods.” These world-champion athletes are featured in springboard chopping, buck sawing, axe throwing, log rolling, and the thrilling 50-foot tree climb while the colorful host delights the crowd with lumberjack lore. Created by three-time world champion speed climber and All Round Ironjack Rob Scheer, the show is fun for the entire family. Your tour includes an exciting axe throwing competition. World-class lumberjacks will teach you the art of throwing a 7-lb razor-sharp axe, and then you will go head-to-head in a thrilling competition against other participants. Be prepared to see six-foot razor-sharp saws slicing through trees, men running atop spinning logs floating in the water, souped-up chainsaws and more! At the end of the show, you might have the chance to have your picture taken with the “surviving” lumberjack. (Videotaping of the show is not permitted). It’s a quick walk from port to the show. Afterwards, you’re free to wander the town or simply take the short stroll back to your ship at your leisure.

*Notes: Minimum age is 10 years. Videotaping of the show is not permitted, but still photography is welcome. Guests make their own way to the show on a 5- to 10-minute walk from the pier.

Depart:

9:15am

| Return:

11:45am

Quantity Available:

Great Alaskan Lumberjack Show & Axe Throwing Challenge

$84.95 Adult | $59.95 Child

Code:

KTN307A

Upgrade the Great Alaskan Lumberjack Show experience by stepping into the action yourself when your small group gets a private lesson with the athletes and a chance to try your hand at axe throwing! The history of Alaska’s frontier comes to life as lumberjacks display their dazzling skills in springboard chopping, buck sawing, log rolling and more! Club Pilates members enjoy reserved seating. The Travel Channel calls the Great Alaskan Lumberjack Show one of the “Top 10 Things to See in Alaska.” From the comfort of covered, heated, and cushioned grandstands, you’ll get to see Alaska’s frontier lumberjacks battle British Columbia’s premier woodsmen in a no-holds-barred competition for the title of “Bull of the Woods.” These world-champion athletes are featured in springboard chopping, buck sawing, axe throwing, log rolling, and the thrilling 50-foot tree climb while the colorful host delights the crowd with lumberjack lore. Created by three-time world champion speed climber and All Round Ironjack Rob Scheer, the show is fun for the entire family. Your tour includes an exciting axe throwing competition. World-class lumberjacks will teach you the art of throwing a 7-lb razor-sharp axe, and then you will go head-to-head in a thrilling competition against other participants. Be prepared to see six-foot razor-sharp saws slicing through trees, men running atop spinning logs floating in the water, souped-up chainsaws and more! At the end of the show, you might have the chance to have your picture taken with the “surviving” lumberjack. (Videotaping of the show is not permitted). It’s a quick walk from port to the show. Afterwards, you’re free to wander the town or simply take the short stroll back to your ship at your leisure.

*Notes: Minimum age is 10 years. Videotaping of the show is not permitted, but still photography is welcome. Guests make their own way to the show on a 5- to 10-minute walk from the pier.

Depart:

9:15am

| Return:

11:45am

Quantity Available:

Great Alaskan Lumberjack Show & Axe Throwing Challenge

$84.95 Adult | $59.95 Child

Code:

KTN307A

Upgrade the Great Alaskan Lumberjack Show experience by stepping into the action yourself when your small group gets a private lesson with the athletes and a chance to try your hand at axe throwing! The history of Alaska’s frontier comes to life as lumberjacks display their dazzling skills in springboard chopping, buck sawing, log rolling and more! Club Pilates members enjoy reserved seating. The Travel Channel calls the Great Alaskan Lumberjack Show one of the “Top 10 Things to See in Alaska.” From the comfort of covered, heated, and cushioned grandstands, you’ll get to see Alaska’s frontier lumberjacks battle British Columbia’s premier woodsmen in a no-holds-barred competition for the title of “Bull of the Woods.” These world-champion athletes are featured in springboard chopping, buck sawing, axe throwing, log rolling, and the thrilling 50-foot tree climb while the colorful host delights the crowd with lumberjack lore. Created by three-time world champion speed climber and All Round Ironjack Rob Scheer, the show is fun for the entire family. Your tour includes an exciting axe throwing competition. World-class lumberjacks will teach you the art of throwing a 7-lb razor-sharp axe, and then you will go head-to-head in a thrilling competition against other participants. Be prepared to see six-foot razor-sharp saws slicing through trees, men running atop spinning logs floating in the water, souped-up chainsaws and more! At the end of the show, you might have the chance to have your picture taken with the “surviving” lumberjack. (Videotaping of the show is not permitted). It’s a quick walk from port to the show. Afterwards, you’re free to wander the town or simply take the short stroll back to your ship at your leisure.

*Notes: Minimum age is 10 years. Videotaping of the show is not permitted, but still photography is welcome. Guests make their own way to the show on a 5- to 10-minute walk from the pier.

Depart:

9:15am

| Return:

11:45am

Quantity Available:

Juneau | Day 4 - August 21st

Juneau | Day 4 - August 21st

Juneau | Day 4 - August 21st

Mendenhall Glacier & Pilates at Orca Point Lodge ⭐️

$249.95 Adult | $219.95

Code:

JNU647A

Experience the serene beauty of Alaska on land and by sea. View the spectacular Mendenhall Glacier and explore the area’s attractions. Then head out on a scenic cruise to Orca Point Lodge, where you join a mindful Pilates session set amidst the enchanting environs. After working up an appetite, savor an Alaska-style snack on the return cruise. One of the most beautiful and accessible glaciers in North America is just 12 miles from downtown Juneau but feels like a million miles away from the everyday. Transfer by motorcoach to view this Ice Age wonder. Sustained by the geography and unique climate of the area, the glacier has been able to survive much longer than others in North America. Upon arrival, your guide will point out the areas of special interest so you may make the most of your visit, which might include a walk out to the base of the extraordinary Nugget Creek Falls. Continue on a drive to Auke Bay, where you board an expedition vessel specially designed for Alaska waters. The warm, comfortable, and spacious main cabin with panoramic windows welcomes you. Admire the majestic backdrop of snow-capped peaks and glaciers as your experienced captain guides you through the island-studded waters of Stephens Passage. Step ashore at the lovely Orca Point Lodge on Colt Island to enjoy a guided Pilates session beyond the walls of your hometown studio. You’ll also have free time to watch for wildlife through deck-mounted spotting scopes, visit the marine life touch pools and stroll on the beach before re-boarding your catamaran. On the return cruise, snack on an Alaska charcuterie bento box. Finally, a relaxing, scenic drive back to the ship is a wonderful way to end this memorable day in Juneau.

Experience the serene beauty of Alaska on land and by sea. View the spectacular Mendenhall Glacier and explore the area’s attractions. Then head out on a scenic cruise to Orca Point Lodge, where you join a mindful Pilates session set amidst the enchanting environs. After working up an appetite, savor an Alaska-style snack on the return cruise. One of the most beautiful and accessible glaciers in North America is just 12 miles from downtown Juneau but feels like a million miles away from the everyday. Transfer by motorcoach to view this Ice Age wonder. Sustained by the geography and unique climate of the area, the glacier has been able to survive much longer than others in North America. Upon arrival, your guide will point out the areas of special interest so you may make the most of your visit, which might include a walk out to the base of the extraordinary Nugget Creek Falls. Continue on a drive to Auke Bay, where you board an expedition vessel specially designed for Alaska waters. The warm, comfortable, and spacious main cabin with panoramic windows welcomes you. Admire the majestic backdrop of snow-capped peaks and glaciers as your experienced captain guides you through the island-studded waters of Stephens Passage. Step ashore at the lovely Orca Point Lodge on Colt Island to enjoy a guided Pilates session beyond the walls of your hometown studio. You’ll also have free time to watch for wildlife through deck-mounted spotting scopes, visit the marine life touch pools and stroll on the beach before re-boarding your catamaran. On the return cruise, snack on an Alaska charcuterie bento box. Finally, a relaxing, scenic drive back to the ship is a wonderful way to end this memorable day in Juneau.

Depart:

2:00pm

| Return:

7:30pm

Quantity Available:

Mendenhall Glacier & Pilates at Orca Point Lodge ⭐️

$249.95 Adult | $219.95

Code:

JNU647A

Experience the serene beauty of Alaska on land and by sea. View the spectacular Mendenhall Glacier and explore the area’s attractions. Then head out on a scenic cruise to Orca Point Lodge, where you join a mindful Pilates session set amidst the enchanting environs. After working up an appetite, savor an Alaska-style snack on the return cruise. One of the most beautiful and accessible glaciers in North America is just 12 miles from downtown Juneau but feels like a million miles away from the everyday. Transfer by motorcoach to view this Ice Age wonder. Sustained by the geography and unique climate of the area, the glacier has been able to survive much longer than others in North America. Upon arrival, your guide will point out the areas of special interest so you may make the most of your visit, which might include a walk out to the base of the extraordinary Nugget Creek Falls. Continue on a drive to Auke Bay, where you board an expedition vessel specially designed for Alaska waters. The warm, comfortable, and spacious main cabin with panoramic windows welcomes you. Admire the majestic backdrop of snow-capped peaks and glaciers as your experienced captain guides you through the island-studded waters of Stephens Passage. Step ashore at the lovely Orca Point Lodge on Colt Island to enjoy a guided Pilates session beyond the walls of your hometown studio. You’ll also have free time to watch for wildlife through deck-mounted spotting scopes, visit the marine life touch pools and stroll on the beach before re-boarding your catamaran. On the return cruise, snack on an Alaska charcuterie bento box. Finally, a relaxing, scenic drive back to the ship is a wonderful way to end this memorable day in Juneau.

Experience the serene beauty of Alaska on land and by sea. View the spectacular Mendenhall Glacier and explore the area’s attractions. Then head out on a scenic cruise to Orca Point Lodge, where you join a mindful Pilates session set amidst the enchanting environs. After working up an appetite, savor an Alaska-style snack on the return cruise. One of the most beautiful and accessible glaciers in North America is just 12 miles from downtown Juneau but feels like a million miles away from the everyday. Transfer by motorcoach to view this Ice Age wonder. Sustained by the geography and unique climate of the area, the glacier has been able to survive much longer than others in North America. Upon arrival, your guide will point out the areas of special interest so you may make the most of your visit, which might include a walk out to the base of the extraordinary Nugget Creek Falls. Continue on a drive to Auke Bay, where you board an expedition vessel specially designed for Alaska waters. The warm, comfortable, and spacious main cabin with panoramic windows welcomes you. Admire the majestic backdrop of snow-capped peaks and glaciers as your experienced captain guides you through the island-studded waters of Stephens Passage. Step ashore at the lovely Orca Point Lodge on Colt Island to enjoy a guided Pilates session beyond the walls of your hometown studio. You’ll also have free time to watch for wildlife through deck-mounted spotting scopes, visit the marine life touch pools and stroll on the beach before re-boarding your catamaran. On the return cruise, snack on an Alaska charcuterie bento box. Finally, a relaxing, scenic drive back to the ship is a wonderful way to end this memorable day in Juneau.

Depart:

2:00pm

| Return:

7:30pm

Quantity Available:

Mendenhall Glacier & Pilates at Orca Point Lodge ⭐️

$249.95 Adult | $219.95

Code:

JNU647A

Experience the serene beauty of Alaska on land and by sea. View the spectacular Mendenhall Glacier and explore the area’s attractions. Then head out on a scenic cruise to Orca Point Lodge, where you join a mindful Pilates session set amidst the enchanting environs. After working up an appetite, savor an Alaska-style snack on the return cruise. One of the most beautiful and accessible glaciers in North America is just 12 miles from downtown Juneau but feels like a million miles away from the everyday. Transfer by motorcoach to view this Ice Age wonder. Sustained by the geography and unique climate of the area, the glacier has been able to survive much longer than others in North America. Upon arrival, your guide will point out the areas of special interest so you may make the most of your visit, which might include a walk out to the base of the extraordinary Nugget Creek Falls. Continue on a drive to Auke Bay, where you board an expedition vessel specially designed for Alaska waters. The warm, comfortable, and spacious main cabin with panoramic windows welcomes you. Admire the majestic backdrop of snow-capped peaks and glaciers as your experienced captain guides you through the island-studded waters of Stephens Passage. Step ashore at the lovely Orca Point Lodge on Colt Island to enjoy a guided Pilates session beyond the walls of your hometown studio. You’ll also have free time to watch for wildlife through deck-mounted spotting scopes, visit the marine life touch pools and stroll on the beach before re-boarding your catamaran. On the return cruise, snack on an Alaska charcuterie bento box. Finally, a relaxing, scenic drive back to the ship is a wonderful way to end this memorable day in Juneau.

Experience the serene beauty of Alaska on land and by sea. View the spectacular Mendenhall Glacier and explore the area’s attractions. Then head out on a scenic cruise to Orca Point Lodge, where you join a mindful Pilates session set amidst the enchanting environs. After working up an appetite, savor an Alaska-style snack on the return cruise. One of the most beautiful and accessible glaciers in North America is just 12 miles from downtown Juneau but feels like a million miles away from the everyday. Transfer by motorcoach to view this Ice Age wonder. Sustained by the geography and unique climate of the area, the glacier has been able to survive much longer than others in North America. Upon arrival, your guide will point out the areas of special interest so you may make the most of your visit, which might include a walk out to the base of the extraordinary Nugget Creek Falls. Continue on a drive to Auke Bay, where you board an expedition vessel specially designed for Alaska waters. The warm, comfortable, and spacious main cabin with panoramic windows welcomes you. Admire the majestic backdrop of snow-capped peaks and glaciers as your experienced captain guides you through the island-studded waters of Stephens Passage. Step ashore at the lovely Orca Point Lodge on Colt Island to enjoy a guided Pilates session beyond the walls of your hometown studio. You’ll also have free time to watch for wildlife through deck-mounted spotting scopes, visit the marine life touch pools and stroll on the beach before re-boarding your catamaran. On the return cruise, snack on an Alaska charcuterie bento box. Finally, a relaxing, scenic drive back to the ship is a wonderful way to end this memorable day in Juneau.

Depart:

2:00pm

| Return:

7:30pm

Quantity Available:

Skagway | Day 5 - August 22nd

Skagway | Day 5 - August 22nd

Skagway | Day 5 - August 22nd

White Pass Scenic Railway Private Railcar & Snack

$169.95 Adult | $109.95 Child

Code:

SGY208A

All aboard for an unforgettable journey on “The Scenic Railway of the World” to the magnificent White Pass Summit. Experience the most popular attraction in Skagway from the comfort of your Club Pilates exclusive railcar and with a provided snack. Your fully narrated, 40-mile round-trip adventure on the historic, narrow-gauge railroad is an unforgettable way to see the beauty of the area and learn its colorful history. Carved through some of the North’s most rugged terrain in 1898, this engineering marvel climbs nearly 3,000 feet, offering breathtaking views. Built during the Klondike Gold Rush, the railway was completed in 26 months by blasting through the mountains with 450 tons of explosives. Fully restored cars, pulled by diesel locomotives, travel over steep grades and around cliff-hanging turns. Retrace the original route to the White Pass Summit, take in the majestic panorama of mountains, glaciers, gorges, waterfalls, tunnels, trestles, and historic sites from large, picture windows, then return to port.

*Notes: A minimum number of participants is required for a private railcar; otherwise, guests will still enjoy the experience from a car shared with other guests.

Depart:

1:00pm

| Return:

3:45pm

Quantity Available:

White Pass Scenic Railway Private Railcar & Snack

$169.95 Adult | $109.95 Child

Code:

SGY208A

All aboard for an unforgettable journey on “The Scenic Railway of the World” to the magnificent White Pass Summit. Experience the most popular attraction in Skagway from the comfort of your Club Pilates exclusive railcar and with a provided snack. Your fully narrated, 40-mile round-trip adventure on the historic, narrow-gauge railroad is an unforgettable way to see the beauty of the area and learn its colorful history. Carved through some of the North’s most rugged terrain in 1898, this engineering marvel climbs nearly 3,000 feet, offering breathtaking views. Built during the Klondike Gold Rush, the railway was completed in 26 months by blasting through the mountains with 450 tons of explosives. Fully restored cars, pulled by diesel locomotives, travel over steep grades and around cliff-hanging turns. Retrace the original route to the White Pass Summit, take in the majestic panorama of mountains, glaciers, gorges, waterfalls, tunnels, trestles, and historic sites from large, picture windows, then return to port.

*Notes: A minimum number of participants is required for a private railcar; otherwise, guests will still enjoy the experience from a car shared with other guests.

Depart:

1:00pm

| Return:

3:45pm

Quantity Available:

White Pass Scenic Railway Private Railcar & Snack

$169.95 Adult | $109.95 Child

Code:

SGY208A

All aboard for an unforgettable journey on “The Scenic Railway of the World” to the magnificent White Pass Summit. Experience the most popular attraction in Skagway from the comfort of your Club Pilates exclusive railcar and with a provided snack. Your fully narrated, 40-mile round-trip adventure on the historic, narrow-gauge railroad is an unforgettable way to see the beauty of the area and learn its colorful history. Carved through some of the North’s most rugged terrain in 1898, this engineering marvel climbs nearly 3,000 feet, offering breathtaking views. Built during the Klondike Gold Rush, the railway was completed in 26 months by blasting through the mountains with 450 tons of explosives. Fully restored cars, pulled by diesel locomotives, travel over steep grades and around cliff-hanging turns. Retrace the original route to the White Pass Summit, take in the majestic panorama of mountains, glaciers, gorges, waterfalls, tunnels, trestles, and historic sites from large, picture windows, then return to port.

*Notes: A minimum number of participants is required for a private railcar; otherwise, guests will still enjoy the experience from a car shared with other guests.

Depart:

1:00pm

| Return:

3:45pm

Quantity Available:

White Pass Scenic Railway - Champagne on the Train

$199.95 Adult | $169.95 Child

Code:

SGY209A

Upgrade your time on the train and enjoy a group toast as you relax on an unforgettable journey on “The Scenic Railway of the World” to the magnificent White Pass Summit. Experience the most popular attraction in Skagway from the comfort of your Club Pilates exclusive railcar with champagne/mimosa service and a snack. Your fully narrated, 40-mile round-trip adventure on the historic, narrow-gauge railroad is an unforgettable way to see the beauty of the area and learn its colorful history. Carved through some of the North’s most rugged terrain in 1898, this engineering marvel climbs nearly 3,000 feet, offering breathtaking views. Built during the Klondike Gold Rush, the railway was completed in 26 months by blasting through the mountains with 450 tons of explosives. Fully restored cars, pulled by diesel locomotives, travel over steep grades and around cliff-hanging turns. Retrace the original route to the White Pass Summit, take in the majestic panorama of mountains, glaciers, gorges, waterfalls, tunnels, trestles, and historic sites from large, picture windows, then return to port.

*Notes: A minimum number of participants is required for a private railcar; otherwise, guests will still enjoy the experience without the champagne/mimosa service.

Depart:

1:00pm

| Return:

3:45pm

Quantity Available:

White Pass Scenic Railway - Champagne on the Train

$199.95 Adult | $169.95 Child

Code:

SGY209A

Upgrade your time on the train and enjoy a group toast as you relax on an unforgettable journey on “The Scenic Railway of the World” to the magnificent White Pass Summit. Experience the most popular attraction in Skagway from the comfort of your Club Pilates exclusive railcar with champagne/mimosa service and a snack. Your fully narrated, 40-mile round-trip adventure on the historic, narrow-gauge railroad is an unforgettable way to see the beauty of the area and learn its colorful history. Carved through some of the North’s most rugged terrain in 1898, this engineering marvel climbs nearly 3,000 feet, offering breathtaking views. Built during the Klondike Gold Rush, the railway was completed in 26 months by blasting through the mountains with 450 tons of explosives. Fully restored cars, pulled by diesel locomotives, travel over steep grades and around cliff-hanging turns. Retrace the original route to the White Pass Summit, take in the majestic panorama of mountains, glaciers, gorges, waterfalls, tunnels, trestles, and historic sites from large, picture windows, then return to port.

*Notes: A minimum number of participants is required for a private railcar; otherwise, guests will still enjoy the experience without the champagne/mimosa service.

Depart:

1:00pm

| Return:

3:45pm

Quantity Available:

White Pass Scenic Railway - Champagne on the Train

$199.95 Adult | $169.95 Child

Code:

SGY209A

Upgrade your time on the train and enjoy a group toast as you relax on an unforgettable journey on “The Scenic Railway of the World” to the magnificent White Pass Summit. Experience the most popular attraction in Skagway from the comfort of your Club Pilates exclusive railcar with champagne/mimosa service and a snack. Your fully narrated, 40-mile round-trip adventure on the historic, narrow-gauge railroad is an unforgettable way to see the beauty of the area and learn its colorful history. Carved through some of the North’s most rugged terrain in 1898, this engineering marvel climbs nearly 3,000 feet, offering breathtaking views. Built during the Klondike Gold Rush, the railway was completed in 26 months by blasting through the mountains with 450 tons of explosives. Fully restored cars, pulled by diesel locomotives, travel over steep grades and around cliff-hanging turns. Retrace the original route to the White Pass Summit, take in the majestic panorama of mountains, glaciers, gorges, waterfalls, tunnels, trestles, and historic sites from large, picture windows, then return to port.

*Notes: A minimum number of participants is required for a private railcar; otherwise, guests will still enjoy the experience without the champagne/mimosa service.

Depart:

1:00pm

| Return:

3:45pm

Quantity Available:

Ocean Rafting & Lunch at the Skagway Brewing Company

$289.95 Person

Code:

SGY712A

Thrill to an ocean rafting adventure through the spectacular Lynn Canal and get up close to the rugged shoreline for awe-inspiring views of sparkling waterfalls, coves and abundant wildlife. Multiple photo stops and naturalist’s commentary enhance this exciting Alaskan wilderness experience. Then visit a sustainable frontier brewery to sip and sample their craft beers and enjoy lunch. Race down Lynn Canal, North America’s deepest and longest fjord, on this two-hour heart-pumping wilderness adventure. Your tour begins with transportation by van to the staging area where you’ll don a comfortable protective suit over your clothes to keep you warm and dry throughout the day. Be sure to bring your own gloves, sunglasses and hat (one that won't fly off in the wind.) Once you climb aboard, you’ll take your place on the custom shock-absorbing seats and prepare for the thrill of racing through this dazzling scenery and along the steep rock walls of this incredible fjord. Your vessel is the same type of boat used by the U.S. Navy SEALs and Coast Guard rescue teams. It is designed for a comfortable ride in all ocean conditions. Your captain does not have to follow a predetermined route; instead, he adjusts the tour to the weather conditions and wildlife cycle. You’ll get up close and personal views of the thundering waterfalls, deep coves and abundant wildlife that lives on the rugged shores. Your first stop may be a bald eagle nest for a wellness check and photo opportunity. Then you’ll head south on the west side of the fjord. Twin Falls is another excellent spot for pictures. As you traverse the area, colorful narration enhances your tour, and you’ll stop for multiple photo opportunities. You’ll want to keep your camera at the ready for whales, seals, sea lions, eagles, sea birds and mountain goats. Continue south down the fjord, and if time permits you will pull up near Taiyasanka Harbor for a viewing of the Ferebee Glacier. You’ll then cross the fjord and start heading north along the picturesque eastern coastline pausing to see magnificent Sawmill Falls. On occasion throughout the tour, the captain will turn off the vessel’s engines so you can float silently, taking in the sights and sounds of this pristine Alaskan wilderness. Back on land, transfer to the popular Skagway Brewing Company, dating back to 1897 and renowned for its Spruce Tip Blond Ale and sustainable brewing practices. The untreated, incredibly fresh water is perfect for crafting superb beer. Add local, hand-picked spruce tips and you’ll see why this is their signature brew. Enjoy an exclusive viewing of their onsite aeroponic farm and savor a flight of four beer tastings accompanied by lunch. Savor a grilled sockeye salmon sandwich with a horseradish dill sauce, lettuce, tomato, cucumber, red onion on a ciabatta served with a fresh farm greens salad. This fine establishment is owned and operated by year-round local residents, who warmly share their insights into what life is really like in Alaska. After lunch, walk back to the ship at your leisure.

*Notes: Minimum age is 10 years and participants must be at least 4' tall and not exceed 350 lbs. Pregnant women and guests with neck or back injuries are not permitted on this tour. Exposure suits are provided to be worn over your clothing. Guests should bring their own gloves, sunglasses, and hat (one that is warm and will not fly off in the wind.) Please bring photo ID to enjoy beer at the Skagway Brewing Company as minimum age to drink is 21 years.

Depart:

9:00am

| Return:

12:00pm

Quantity Available:

Ocean Rafting & Lunch at the Skagway Brewing Company

$289.95 Person

Code:

SGY712A

Thrill to an ocean rafting adventure through the spectacular Lynn Canal and get up close to the rugged shoreline for awe-inspiring views of sparkling waterfalls, coves and abundant wildlife. Multiple photo stops and naturalist’s commentary enhance this exciting Alaskan wilderness experience. Then visit a sustainable frontier brewery to sip and sample their craft beers and enjoy lunch. Race down Lynn Canal, North America’s deepest and longest fjord, on this two-hour heart-pumping wilderness adventure. Your tour begins with transportation by van to the staging area where you’ll don a comfortable protective suit over your clothes to keep you warm and dry throughout the day. Be sure to bring your own gloves, sunglasses and hat (one that won't fly off in the wind.) Once you climb aboard, you’ll take your place on the custom shock-absorbing seats and prepare for the thrill of racing through this dazzling scenery and along the steep rock walls of this incredible fjord. Your vessel is the same type of boat used by the U.S. Navy SEALs and Coast Guard rescue teams. It is designed for a comfortable ride in all ocean conditions. Your captain does not have to follow a predetermined route; instead, he adjusts the tour to the weather conditions and wildlife cycle. You’ll get up close and personal views of the thundering waterfalls, deep coves and abundant wildlife that lives on the rugged shores. Your first stop may be a bald eagle nest for a wellness check and photo opportunity. Then you’ll head south on the west side of the fjord. Twin Falls is another excellent spot for pictures. As you traverse the area, colorful narration enhances your tour, and you’ll stop for multiple photo opportunities. You’ll want to keep your camera at the ready for whales, seals, sea lions, eagles, sea birds and mountain goats. Continue south down the fjord, and if time permits you will pull up near Taiyasanka Harbor for a viewing of the Ferebee Glacier. You’ll then cross the fjord and start heading north along the picturesque eastern coastline pausing to see magnificent Sawmill Falls. On occasion throughout the tour, the captain will turn off the vessel’s engines so you can float silently, taking in the sights and sounds of this pristine Alaskan wilderness. Back on land, transfer to the popular Skagway Brewing Company, dating back to 1897 and renowned for its Spruce Tip Blond Ale and sustainable brewing practices. The untreated, incredibly fresh water is perfect for crafting superb beer. Add local, hand-picked spruce tips and you’ll see why this is their signature brew. Enjoy an exclusive viewing of their onsite aeroponic farm and savor a flight of four beer tastings accompanied by lunch. Savor a grilled sockeye salmon sandwich with a horseradish dill sauce, lettuce, tomato, cucumber, red onion on a ciabatta served with a fresh farm greens salad. This fine establishment is owned and operated by year-round local residents, who warmly share their insights into what life is really like in Alaska. After lunch, walk back to the ship at your leisure.

*Notes: Minimum age is 10 years and participants must be at least 4' tall and not exceed 350 lbs. Pregnant women and guests with neck or back injuries are not permitted on this tour. Exposure suits are provided to be worn over your clothing. Guests should bring their own gloves, sunglasses, and hat (one that is warm and will not fly off in the wind.) Please bring photo ID to enjoy beer at the Skagway Brewing Company as minimum age to drink is 21 years.

Depart:

9:00am

| Return:

12:00pm

Quantity Available:

Ocean Rafting & Lunch at the Skagway Brewing Company

$289.95 Person

Code:

SGY712A

Thrill to an ocean rafting adventure through the spectacular Lynn Canal and get up close to the rugged shoreline for awe-inspiring views of sparkling waterfalls, coves and abundant wildlife. Multiple photo stops and naturalist’s commentary enhance this exciting Alaskan wilderness experience. Then visit a sustainable frontier brewery to sip and sample their craft beers and enjoy lunch. Race down Lynn Canal, North America’s deepest and longest fjord, on this two-hour heart-pumping wilderness adventure. Your tour begins with transportation by van to the staging area where you’ll don a comfortable protective suit over your clothes to keep you warm and dry throughout the day. Be sure to bring your own gloves, sunglasses and hat (one that won't fly off in the wind.) Once you climb aboard, you’ll take your place on the custom shock-absorbing seats and prepare for the thrill of racing through this dazzling scenery and along the steep rock walls of this incredible fjord. Your vessel is the same type of boat used by the U.S. Navy SEALs and Coast Guard rescue teams. It is designed for a comfortable ride in all ocean conditions. Your captain does not have to follow a predetermined route; instead, he adjusts the tour to the weather conditions and wildlife cycle. You’ll get up close and personal views of the thundering waterfalls, deep coves and abundant wildlife that lives on the rugged shores. Your first stop may be a bald eagle nest for a wellness check and photo opportunity. Then you’ll head south on the west side of the fjord. Twin Falls is another excellent spot for pictures. As you traverse the area, colorful narration enhances your tour, and you’ll stop for multiple photo opportunities. You’ll want to keep your camera at the ready for whales, seals, sea lions, eagles, sea birds and mountain goats. Continue south down the fjord, and if time permits you will pull up near Taiyasanka Harbor for a viewing of the Ferebee Glacier. You’ll then cross the fjord and start heading north along the picturesque eastern coastline pausing to see magnificent Sawmill Falls. On occasion throughout the tour, the captain will turn off the vessel’s engines so you can float silently, taking in the sights and sounds of this pristine Alaskan wilderness. Back on land, transfer to the popular Skagway Brewing Company, dating back to 1897 and renowned for its Spruce Tip Blond Ale and sustainable brewing practices. The untreated, incredibly fresh water is perfect for crafting superb beer. Add local, hand-picked spruce tips and you’ll see why this is their signature brew. Enjoy an exclusive viewing of their onsite aeroponic farm and savor a flight of four beer tastings accompanied by lunch. Savor a grilled sockeye salmon sandwich with a horseradish dill sauce, lettuce, tomato, cucumber, red onion on a ciabatta served with a fresh farm greens salad. This fine establishment is owned and operated by year-round local residents, who warmly share their insights into what life is really like in Alaska. After lunch, walk back to the ship at your leisure.

*Notes: Minimum age is 10 years and participants must be at least 4' tall and not exceed 350 lbs. Pregnant women and guests with neck or back injuries are not permitted on this tour. Exposure suits are provided to be worn over your clothing. Guests should bring their own gloves, sunglasses, and hat (one that is warm and will not fly off in the wind.) Please bring photo ID to enjoy beer at the Skagway Brewing Company as minimum age to drink is 21 years.

Depart:

9:00am

| Return:

12:00pm

Quantity Available:

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