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Passengers on a cruise ship in Glacier Bay National Park, Alaska.

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Passengers on a cruise ship in Glacier Bay National Park, Alaska.

Glacier Bay National Park in photos

You want to explore. See sights you have never seen before. But you really like the comfort of a cruise ship, and you'd rather not do a lot of hiking around. Welcome to Glacier National Park and Preserve, a cruise ship destination for ships sailing the Inside Passage of Alaska (doesn't that sound like a great private club?).

Glacier Bay NP&P offers over 3 million acres of mountains, glaciers, rugged coast, and beautiful scenery. The National Park Service manages times and locations of cruise ships to maximize the passenger experience and minimize human impact on the area. So, your ship will get as close to the glaciers and shore as possible.

Then go ashore to enjoy more of the Park, and immerse yourself in the beauty of Alaska. Take a look below for highlights.









#MargerieGlacier #Glacier #Calving #GlacierBayNationalPark #GlacierBay #PacificOcean #Alaska #KeepExploring

A photo posted by Anthony May (@antmayphoto) on



Glacier Calving in Glacier Bay National Park. Alaska. #jyp #jyoungphotography #travelphotog #liveyourjourney #glacierbay

A photo posted by J Young Photography 🌀 (@jyoungphotography) on







Silly sea lions! #alaska #sealions #glacierbaynationalpark

A photo posted by Breanna (@bre7art) on


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