Disney Cruise Line visits several different ports of call during Alaskan and the Pacific Coast Itineraries. From the rugged outdoor locales to the city life, these itineraries offer many various opportunities for touring and recreation. These are the current Disney Cruise Line Alaskan and Pacific Coast Ports of Call.
Alaskan and Pacific Coast Ports of Call
Hubbard Glacier, Alaska
Visit Disenchantment Bay in eastern Alaska. Here you can see wildlife and the massive 600-foot tall tidewater glacier. Hubbard Glacier is 76 miles long and 7 miles wide. Keep your eyes open for seals, and listen carefully to catch the “white thunder” of ice crashing off of the glacier.
Icy Strait Point, Alaska
Private cruise ship destination to visit the largest Tlingit community in the world. Here you can experience the culture and history of the area. This is a lively fishing village and former logging town. There are nature trails and beaches to explore, along with a free museum. Also, there are ziplining and off-roading opportunities.
Visit the stunning beauty of the capital of Alaska, a capital city like no other. Always wanted to see a glacier? The Mendenhall Glacier is one of the most accessible glaciers to reach. The Mount Roberts Tramway takes visitors to an observation platform high above Juneau and offers a view of the town.
Ketchikan is known for its pristine beauty, fishing, and its Native culture. A stop at Ketchikan offers the opportunity to visit one of the three totem pole parks or a visit to Misty Fjords National Monument.
Skagway is known as the “Gateway to the Klondike.” A couple of options at this port are visiting The Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park and taking a ride on the White Pass & Yukon Route Railroad.
Tracy Arm Fjord, Alaska
This port is technically a “scenic” day at sea. The ship does not dock but provides a close-up view of the spectacular beauty. Tracy Arm Fjord is made up of majestic waterfalls, massive glaciers, mountains, and wildlife.
Pacific Coast Disney Cruise Ports of Call
San Diego, California
San Diego is home to the famous San Diego Zoo and the San Diego Zoo Safari Park. Old Town San Diego and the Gaslamp District are filled with historic buildings, shops, and restaurants. Balboa Park houses more than a dozen museums in addition to gardens and theaters.
San Francisco, California
There is a wide variety of sightseeing options in San Francisco! A stop here offers a view of the Golden Gate Bridge, a ride on a cable car, and a visit to Fisherman’s Wharf. Ever wanted to see Alcatraz? Now may be your chance.
Vancouver, British Columbia
This Disney Cruise Line homeport is also the Canadian city with the highest population. Vancouver is a city with a variety of things to explore: Capilano Suspension Bridge (built in 1889), Grouse Mountain Skyride, Vancouver Aquarium, Chinatown, and more.
Victoria, British Columbia
This Canadian city, known as the “City of Gardens,” is the capital city of British Columbia. Victoria was voted as one of the top 10 cities to visit by Conde Naste Traveler. Just a few of the places to visit here are the Victoria Butterfly Gardens, Craigdarroch Castle, and The Empress Hotel.
A city full of history and culture. Here you can enjoy a meal of classic fish and chips. Here Lewis and Clark stopped for exploration; there were Native American villages and more. History can be rediscovered, but new and trendy places are there for discovery as well. Astoria is full of trendy coffee shops and breweries. There is a lot to see and discover.
Los Angeles, California
From Disneyland where it all started to Hollywood where the stars shine, there are a lot of choices for pre- and post-cruise adventures. Looking for some downtime at a beach before heading back home? There are plenty to choose from!