mufti google gets me this for tours stopping in PR. They dock in Cow Bay at the centre of town,
There is no local poster for PR; only a few of the regulars that have visited. My suggestion is to call the PR Adventure Tour Co and ask who else. or call the PR Tourism bureau.
That's really interesting, cb. Thanks. They look like a small subset of the Alaska cruise offerings, just six sailings in 2016 for one date only. At first I thought those cruises were following the Passenger Vessel Services Act of 1886 which requires a Seattle departing ship to stop in a "foreign" country before returning to Seattle, but a number of those ships depart from Vancouver. Maybe Frommy will pop in to elaborate.
If the Khutzeymateen tour is sold out, I can suggest visiting North Pacific Cannery Museum, a National Historic Ste, as a great shore excursion or taking a flight seeing trip with Ocean Pacific Ari. Have a great trip!
the North Pacific Cannery is a great suggestion - the tour was informative; they run the canning line which shows how noisy the conditions were at the time. You are allowed to wander around before or after the tour +bring a camera (-:
If you still have time the sunken gardens behind the courthouse is a great place to wander.
That is a one off type cruise as part of the repositioning process before Seven Sea Mariner commences her regular one-way runs the following week which then do not include PR.
Debark is what you do to a tree - disembark is what you do from a ship.
Am glad you told me that.......I might have had one he__of a time disembarking the ship otherwise !!
Ha ha. Have a great trip. Assuming you are on the sailing of 25 May, that itinerary is quite unusual in that she does not call at any of the three usual towns of Skagway, Juneau or Ketchikan, but calls instead at Hoonah (ISP) which also is on the regular itineraries of a few lines, Sitka (which I really want to go and see) which only sees two to three ships a week, PR, and then, quite strangely, Victoria before docking at Vancouver.
We do get the occasional cruise ship here in Prince Rupert. Another company you cantey is Palmerville tours. Why not try our local chamber of commerce and tourism Prince Rupert. Enjoy your short stay!