ALEUTIANS & NORTH PACIFIC CROSSING

  • Star Legend
  • 16 days
  • Yokohama (Tokyo) to Seward (Anchorage)
From $ 1,999 pp
Itinerary & Ports

Aleutians & North Pacific Crossing

  • Star Legend
  • 16 days
  • Yokohama (Tokyo) to Seward (Anchorage)
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From $ 1,999* pp

date
port
arrive
depart
May 6 Mon
6:00 PM
May 7 Tue
At Sea
May 8 Wed
7:00 AM
4:00 PM
May 9 Thu
7:00 AM
11:59 PM
May 10 Fri
7:00 AM
4:00 PM
May 11 Sat
At Sea
May 12 Sun
At Sea
May 13 Mon
At Sea
May 14 Tue
At Sea
May 15 Wed
12:01 AM
11:59 PM
May 16 Thu
At Sea
May 17 Fri
12:00 PM
9:00 PM
May 18 Sat
At Sea
May 19 Sun
At Sea
May 20 Mon
8:00 AM
5:00 PM
May 21 Tue
7:00 AM
2:00 PM
May 22 Wed
5:00 AM
MON MAY 6
TO 6:00 PM Yokohama (Tokyo)

day 1 Yokohama (Tokyo), Japan


Yokohama, the gateway to Tokyo,  was one of the first Japanese ports open to foreign trade. It contains a large Chinatown with hundreds of Chinese shops and restaurants.  It is also known for its botanical park, Sankei-en Garden, containing preserved Japanese residences from different eras, and for the seaside Minato Mirai District, site of the Landmark Tower, standing 971 feet high.
WED MAY 8
7:00 AM TO 4:00 PM Miyako

day 3 Miyako, Japan


Miyako is now starting to look like a city again. It has been rebuilding since the 2011 tsunami that devastated the city when it was hit with a 125-foot wave. Over 4,000 buildings were destroyed and over 900 fishing boats. Visit the rebuilt city whose highlights include the Jodogahama Beach, part of the Rikuchu Kaigan National Park, nationally designated a "Place of Scenic Beauty."
THU MAY 9
7:00 AM TO 11:59 PM Hakodate

day 4 Hakodate, Japan


Located on the southern tip of the island of Hokkaido, Hakodate will offer you breathtaking views, excellent seafood and a delightful natural environment. Visit Goryokaku, a star-shaped fort designated a special historic site with a tower observatory that commands an amazing panoramic view of the fort. While you're there find a place to have a Sapporo, since Hokkaido is home to this famous beer.
FRI MAY 10
7:00 AM TO 4:00 PM Aomori

day 5 Aomori, Japan


Aomori, Japan
Aomori, on the island of Honshu is well known for its fresh seafood and its special Furukawa Fish Market where visitors can create their own seafood dondori  (called nokkedon) right there. Get a bowl of rice and wander among the fishmongers for raw fish, crab, seaweed, and other delights to top on your rice. Other places to sample the delicious cuisine include the basement of Auga Department Store with its sushi bar, the A-Factory full of apple-based items and the Sanfuri Yokocho Aomori Yataimura, a recreation of a Meiji-era dining area.
WED MAY 15
12:01 AM TO 11:59 PM Crossing International Date Line

day 10 Crossing International Date Line


Cross the International Date Line, the imaginary line of navigation that runs down the middle of the Pacific Ocean from the North Pole to the South Pole roughly following the 180⁰ Longitude north-south line.  The IDL was established in 1852 in Greenwich, England.
FRI MAY 17
12:00 PM TO 9:00 PM Dutch Harbor

day 12 Dutch Harbor, Alaska


Dutch Harbor, Alaska
Unalaska, home to the port of Dutch Harbor, has been continuously occupied by Aleuts for about 9,000 years. It is the only deep water port in the Aleutians and the main delivery port for king crab as featured on the Discovery Channel’s “The Deadliest Catch” reality show. The island provides opportunities for many types of outdoor activities such as bird/wildlife watching, hiking, skiing, sport fishing, and kayaking. The museums here are full of interesting artifacts from archaeological digs and the impact of WWII in the Aleutians.
MON MAY 20
8:00 AM TO 5:00 PM Kodiak

day 15 Kodiak, Alaska


Kodiak, Alaska
Kodiak is noted as being one of the top three fishing ports in the country and home to over 650 boats. Alaska Marine ferries dock here and Kodiak is also home to the largest U.S. Coast Guard base. This renowned fishing destination offers a variety of sport fishing including halibut, rockfish, cod, trout and five species of salmon. But Kodiak is best known for the Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge and the over 3,500 brown bears residing there. Bear viewing is the main attraction and male bears weigh in between 800-1,500 pounds and stand over 10 feet tall. Fort Abercrombie State Historical Park is the best place to learn about Kodiak’s WWII history.
TUE MAY 21
7:00 AM TO 2:00 PM Homer

day 16 Homer, Alaska


Homer, Alaska
Two hundred miles south of Anchorage and home of the Discovery Channel’s “The Last Frontier,” Homer is a small city on beautiful Kachemak Bay. The geological landform known as Homer Spit is the main attraction here. This 4.5-mile-strip of land with its variety of shops, art galleries, seafood restaurants and beaches was named one of the best 100 beaches in the U.S. Less than 10 miles from the Spit is Kachemak Bay State Wilderness Park, the only designated wilderness park in Alaska. Homer is also known as the “Halibut Fishing Capital of the World” and is the homeport for the Time Bandit of “Deadliest Catch” fame.
WED MAY 22
5:00 AM TO Seward (Anchorage)

day 17 Seward (Anchorage), Alaska


Seward, (Anchorage’s gateway) is sandwiched between the Kenai Mountains and the Kenai Fjords National Park. It is one of Alaska’s oldest and most scenic communities, with Mount Marathon rising majestically behind the town. Even though Anchorage is Alaska’s largest city, it is also home to 1,500 moose, surrounded by national parks full of wildlife.

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