Space on this sailing is selling quickly! Only Balconies and outside cabins Left! Book now to take advantage of these low fares before Princess raises our exclusive rates!
October 7 - October 14, 2018
Cruises & Beyond is pleased to offer a special rate in partnership with Princess Cruises on a round-trip sailing from San Francisco to the Pacific Northwest. Due to the popularity of Princess Cruises' September 23 sailing of the same variety, they have added another 7-day sailing which will make visits to Astoria, Oregon; Seattle, Washington; Vancouver, British Columbia; and Victoria, British Columbia. Our special rates if you book through Cruises & Beyond begin at $949 per person for interior cabins based on double occupancy.
Savings of up to $620 per person compared to retail rates
Standard amenities include a hair dryer, refrigerator, TV, closet and bathroom with shower. A spacious picture window for memorable views.
Starting at $949
Standard amenities include a hair dryer, refrigerator, TV, closet and bathroom with shower. Balcony with 2 chairs and table. Floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors.
Starting at $1,049
Compare with Princess Retail Fares
The Places You'll Go
Historic Astoria is the oldest American settlement west of the Rocky Mountains, first established as a fur trading post before it expanded to become the bustling port city it is today. Its storied past is documented in numerous museums, from the Columbia River Maritime Museum with its collection of nautical relics to the Uppertown Firefighters Museum, whose collections of firefighting memorabilia is complimented by the interactive Children's Museum on the second floor.
In Seattle you simply can’t skip the Central Public Library – a modern architectural marvel of glass grids, unusual shapes, and a “book spiral” that climbs four stories. Stroll over to Pike Place Market to visit the original Starbucks and play catch with a fishmonger. In the heart of the city lies Chihuly Garden and Glass, which will dazzle you with its colorful and delicate works. Glide to the top of the Space Needle for panoramic views of the surrounding mountain ranges and Puget Sound.
Vancouver, British Columbia
Vancouver was founded as “Gastown” by an Englishman with a penchant for beer and storytelling. Today Gastown is a historic section of the Canadian metropolis, and the lively pubs still reflect the area’s former status as a sort of community drinking center. The city’s forests, grand parks, and impressive suspension bridge beckon travelers to explore them, as do the city’s shops and museums. Relive the glory of the 2010 Winter Games with visits to Olympic venues and the marvelous Olympic Cauldron.
Victoria, British Columbia
Victoria is a thriving city of heritage architecture and time-honored traditions like afternoon tea. With the ocean at its doorstep and wilderness in its backyard, it’s also a perfect place for outdoor enthusiasts. You can find everything from a world-class science and natural history museum to a blooming public park where peacocks roam freely, plus a range of unique shops, cafes and restaurants. And more cycling routes than any other Canadian city, providing a great way to explore the scenery.