Best Connection Travel Inc ®

CWF Alaskan Cruise
on the Norwegian Jewel
Sept 9 to 16, 2017

 
Print registration form here
Deposit $250 
per person

Final Payment due June 1, 2017

Oceanview Picture Window
Contact Tom at CWF to Join the Group
301-688-7337

This is your chance to see Alaska during the best time of year! September is the month when the wildlife is still out and the towns are less crowded. You have the opportunity to see salmon swimming upstream, bears fishing with their cubs, go whale watching and see eagles everywhere! Don't forget the ride on the White Pass and Yukon Route narrow-guage railway! This is a trip you will never forget, and it's my pleasure to bring it to you at such a wonderful price.
Prices are per person and are based on occupancy

$1,898 double occupancy
$1,683 triple occupancy
$1,591 quad occupancy

Your cost includes:
Roundtrip, non-stop air from Wash. Dulles
to Seattle on United
Transfers between the airport and the ship
7 night cruise on the Norwegian Jewel in an Oceanview Stateroom 

3rd & 4th beds are Pullmans
NORWEGIAN JEWEL ITINERARY
9/9  SEATTLE  DEPART 4PM
9/10  AT SEA
9/11  KETCHIKAN  7AM TO 3PM
9/12  CRUISE SAWYER GLACIER
JUNEAU  2PM TO 10PM
9/13  SKAGWAY  7AM TO 5:30PM
9/14  AT SEA
9/15  VICTORIA, BC  2:30PM TO 9:30PM
9/16  SEATTLE  8AM
Click on the links above to see the shore excursions available
 in each port. 
Price Disclosures
Price includes an estimate of $475 per person for airfare. Air will be available in November of 2016 and the air will be adjusted to the actual price then. Prices do not include cruise gratuities (currently $94.50 per person), travel insurance, United luggage fees (currently $25 per person for the 1st bag weighing up to 50 lbs.), alcoholic beverages or sodas, or shore excursions. Norwegian Cruise Lines offers amazing excursions in every port. However, it is possible to disembark at each port and tour the town on your own. 
Best Connection Travel Tip
Prepay your gratuities to have them locked in at the current rate as they will probably increase before September of 2017.


Best Connection Travel Tip

If you are planning to take the Yukon Express narrow-guage railroad trip in Skagway (and I highly recommend it!) you must have a passport as the train crosses the border into Canada and you will return to the U.S. by bus. To enter the U.S. by land or air you must have a valid passport.
The Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative (WHTI) requires that all travelers entering and departing the United States, Canada,
Mexico, the Caribbean and Bermuda must present a valid passport book or other Department of Homeland Securityapproved
travel document that establishes the bearer’s identity and citizenship. Open-loop cruises (voyages that begin
in one U.S. port and end in another U.S. port) will require a valid passport book or another WHTI-compliant document for
entry or reentry into the United States. Closed-loop cruises (voyages that begin and end in the same U.S. port) allow U.S.
citizens to travel with additional travel documents such as a birth certificate plus a government issued picture ID card (i.e.,
a drivers license). The name on your travel documents needs to match the name on the cruise line reservation or be linked
by other legal documents such as a marriage certificate. A birth certificate, issued by a government agency (state, county,
city, etc.), is an accepted travel document. A birth notice, issued by a hospital or other or other type of medical facility, is
not an acceptable travel document. The name on your travel documents must match the name on your cruise reservation
or be linked by a legal document such as a marriage license. For more information regarding domestic travel document
requirements, visit: www.getyouhome.gov/
IMPORTANT NOTICE
The Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative requires that all travelers entering and departing the U.S., Canada, Mexico, the Caribbean and Bermuda must present a valid passport book or other Department of Homeland Security approved travel document that establishes the bearer's identity and citizenship. Closed-loop cruises (voyages that begin and end in the same U.S. port) allow U.S. citizens to travel with additional travel documents such as a birth certificate plus a government issued picture ID card (e.g., a a drivers license). The name on your travel documents needs to match the name on the cruise line reservation or be linked by other legal documents such as a marriage certificate. A birth certificate issued by a government agency is an accepted travel document. A birth notice issued by a hospital is not an acceptable travel document. 

Your Best Connection Travel Planner:
Ruby Degenhard
410-224-4555
Ruby@BestConnectionTravel.com

The Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative (WHTI) requires that all travelers entering and departing the United States, Canada,
Mexico, the Caribbean and Bermuda must present a valid passport book or other Department of Homeland Securityapproved
travel document that establishes the bearer’s identity and citizenship. Open-loop cruises (voyages that begin
in one U.S. port and end in another U.S. port) will require a valid passport book or another WHTI-compliant document for
entry or reentry into the United States. Closed-loop cruises (voyages that begin and end in the same U.S. port) allow U.S.
citizens to travel with additional travel documents such as a birth certificate plus a government issued picture ID card (i.e.,
a drivers license). The name on your travel documents needs to match the name on the cruise line reservation or be linked
by other legal documents such as a marriage certificate. A birth certificate, issued by a government agency (state, county,
city, etc.), is an accepted travel document. A birth notice, issued by a hospital or other or other type of medical facility, is
not an acceptable travel document. The name on your travel documents must match the name on your cruise reservation
or be linked by a legal document such as a marriage license. For more information regarding domestic travel document
requirements, visit: www.getyouhome.gov/

The Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative (WHTI) requires that all travelers entering and departing the United States, Canada,
Mexico, the Caribbean and Bermuda must present a valid passport book or other Department of Homeland Securityapproved
travel document that establishes the bearer’s identity and citizenship. Open-loop cruises (voyages that begin
in one U.S. port and end in another U.S. port) will require a valid passport book or another WHTI-compliant document for
entry or reentry into the United States. Closed-loop cruises (voyages that begin and end in the same U.S. port) allow U.S.
citizens to travel with additional travel documents such as a birth certificate plus a government issued picture ID card (i.e.,
a drivers license). The name on your travel documents needs to match the name on the cruise line reservation or be linked
by other legal documents such as a marriage certificate. A birth certificate, issued by a government agency (state, county,
city, etc.), is an accepted travel document. A birth notice, issued by a hospital or other or other type of medical facility, is
not an acceptable travel document. The name on your travel documents must match the name on your cruise reservation
or be linked by a legal document such as a marriage license. For more information regarding domestic travel document
requirements, visit: www.getyouhome.gov/