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Pacific Ocean Cruise

22.439€

About this cruise

Enjoy a 30-day cruise in the Pacific Ocean aboard the Seven Seas Explorer ship. Departing from Tokyo and heading towards Vancouver, you will have the chance to discover fascinating destinations in Japan, South Korea, the USA, and Canada.

Cabin Prices

The cruise price at the top of the page (22.439€) is listed for the accommodation of one person in a double cabin. To get the total cabin cost, multiply this price by two. All subsequent prices are listed for the entire cabin and do not require additional multiplication.

All prices presented on this website are approximate and do not constitute a public offer. For precise price information, please contact the service provider.

Single Cabin Price

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01/04/2024 - 01/05/2024 - - - 44.880€

Double Cabin Price

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01/04/2024 - 01/05/2024 - - - 44.880€

Cabin Price for Two Adults with One Child

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01/04/2024 - 01/05/2024 - - - 48.400€

Cabin Price for Two Adults with Two Children

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01/04/2024 - 01/05/2024 - - - 48.400€

Cruise Route

Day 1: Tokyo (Honshu), Japan. Departure time: 19:00. Tokyo, the capital of Japan with almost 8 million inhabitants, combines tradition and progress. Buddhist temples can be found alongside Shinto cultural facilities and skyscrapers. In peaceful alleys, there are kimonos, fans, and carved miniature figures, not far from modern banking districts and sophisticated architectural masterpieces. Relaxation can be found in the spectacular Koraku Garden with replicas of Japanese landscapes, while thrills await at the fish market, where fish can be auctioned. Over 90,000 art objects can be found in the largest Japanese museum, the National Museum. In 1958, the Japanese built a replica of the Eiffel Tower, which now surpasses the original in height at 333 meters and is known as the Tokyo Tower. Other attractions include the Meiji Shrine, the Imperial Garden and Palace, the City Hall, capsule hotels with overnight accommodation in "drawers," the Asakusa Kannon Temple, and temple gardens in Kamakura.

Day 2: Shimizu (Honshu), Japan. Arrival time: 07:00. Departure time: 16:00. Duration of port stay: 9 hours. Shimizu is a city in the Sunto District of Shizuoka Prefecture and is popular for its beautiful landscape. It has a population of around 245,000 and is located on the southeast coast of Honshu. Not far away is the larger city of Shizuoka, known for its tea trade as well as the production of bamboo and wicker products. Recommended attractions include Sumpu Castle, the Toro archaeological site, and the Shizuoka temples.

Day 3: Kobe (Honshu), Japan. Arrival time: 12:00. Kobe is the capital of Hyogo Prefecture and one of the largest cities in Japan. The city is located between a large lake and the Rokko Mountains and is considered one of the most beautiful and cosmopolitan cities in Japan. For several centuries, Kobe has been Japan`s most important port city. The port was the first to be opened for foreign trade.

Day 4: Kobe (Honshu), Japan. Departure time: 19:00. Kobe is the capital of Hyogo Prefecture and one of the largest cities in Japan. The city is located between a large lake and the Rokko Mountains and is considered one of the most beautiful and cosmopolitan cities in Japan. For several centuries, Kobe has been Japan`s most important port city. The port was the first to be opened for foreign trade.

Day 5: Kochi (Shikoku), Japan. Arrival time: 08:00. Departure time: 18:00. Duration of port stay: 10 hours. The port city extends over several island groups in southwestern India and has a long history. It is also the center of the global spice trade and is considered very cosmopolitan. Kochi is one of the few original castle towns in Japan. The Kochi Castle is the city`s most important tourist attraction, along with the Chikurin-ji Temple. A well-known neighborhood is Fort Kochi, from whose promenade one can see the Chinese fishing nets. Moreover, the fish market is worth a visit, especially on weekends. In the Mattancherry district, there is the Jewish synagogue and the Mattancherry Palace, built in the Kerala style and impresses with wall paintings and wooden ceilings. Visitors can cool off at Vypeenbeach and Cheraibeach.

Day 6: Hiroshima (Honshu), Japan. Arrival time: 10:00. Departure time: 21:00. Duration of port stay: 11 hours. The city of Hiroshima is one of the wealthiest cities in Japan, but it owes its high level of fame primarily to the atomic bombing on August 6, 1945. The modern landmark of Hiroshima is the Genbaku Dome, the Atomic Bomb Dome. The remains of the former Industry and Trade Hall, with its exposed steel dome, were left standing as a memorial. Near the Genbaku Dome is the Children`s Peace Monument, inspired by Sadako Sasaki, one of the most well-known victims of the disaster, who died from leukemia as a result of the atomic bomb. In Peace Memorial Park, Heiwa Koen, there is also the Atomic Bomb Museum and Memorial Cenotaph with the eternal flame.

Day 7: Beppu (Oita), Japan. Arrival time: 09:30. Departure time: 17:00. Duration of port stay: 7 hours 30 minutes. On the island of Kyushu in southern Japan lies the city of Beppu. The city is particularly popular for its numerous hot springs. The most fascinating one is probably Oniyama Jigoku, which is home to numerous crocodiles. The temperature of Umi-Jigoku is so hot that you can cook eggs in it. The geyser Tatskai-Jigoku is also worth a visit. Approximately every 45 minutes, it shoots a water fountain into the air.

Day 8: Busan, South Korea. Arrival time: 10:00. Departure time: 19:00. Duration of port stay: 9 hours. The name of the million metropolis Busan means "Teakettle Mountain" and refers to the city`s location, surrounded by mountains on three sides. In front of the harbor, the "Dragon Head Island" stands out. From the platform of Busan Tower, or the small restaurant in the tower, you have a good panoramic view. At the foot of the tower, there is a labyrinth-like maze of small alleys of the Kukje Market. The traditional Chagalchi Fish Market is Korea`s liveliest market, offering fresh seafood and fish specialties. Taejongdae offers a magnificent view of the East Sea, with a beautifully located bizarre rock formation with a large plateau. The "Pokchon-dong" City Museum showcases the history of Busan from the 4th century. Other attractions include the Pomo(sa) Temple, the Kumjongsansong fortress on Mount Kumjong, the Kumgang Park with a cable car and old trees.

Day 9: Nagasaki (Kyushu), Japan. Arrival time: 08:00. Departure time: 18:00. Duration of port stay: 10 hours. Nagasaki is the only city in Japan with European influence, as only a few settlements were allowed here during the country`s 300 years of isolation. The city is located at the end of a bay between mountain ranges, offering a beautiful view of the city, the nearby islands, and the sea. Getting around the city and visiting the sights is easy with the old trams. Nagasaki is a bustling and colorful city, but its tragic past as the second target of an atomic bomb overshadowed its fascinating early history of encounters with the Portuguese and Dutch. Urakami, the center of the atomic explosion, is now a prosperous and quiet suburb. Here, you can find the haunting Atomic Bomb Museum, a powerful reminder of the horrors of nuclear destruction, and the Hypocentre Park with a black stone column marking the exact point where the bomb exploded, as well as remnants and ruins. A bell at the turtle-shaped Zen temple Fukusai-ji tolls every day at 11:02 am, the time of the explosion.

Day 10: Kagoshima (Kyushu), Japan. Arrival time: 08:00. Departure time: 18:00. Duration of port stay: 10 hours. Kagoshima is the capital of the prefecture on the Japanese island of Kyushu. Kagoshima is the southernmost major city in Japan, which not only has a tropical warm climate but also offers a relaxed, southern European atmosphere despite all its modernity. Across from the city, the rough backdrop of the over thousand meter high volcano Sakurajima rises on the peninsula in the sea. Smoke constantly rises from its jagged crater. The memory of the Jesuits is highly valued in Kagoshima through many monuments, as they enabled Japan`s first true contact with the West in the 16th century. Worth seeing are some museums, such as the new prefectural museum, which was built on the site of the old castle. A wide range of national topics are shown there.

Day 11: Sea day.

Day 12: Tokyo (Honshu), Japan. Arrival time: 08:00. Tokyo, the capital of Japan with almost 8 million inhabitants, combines tradition and progress. Buddhist temples can be found alongside Shinto cultural facilities and skyscrapers. In peaceful alleys, there are kimonos, fans, and carved miniature figures, not far from modern banking districts and sophisticated architectural masterpieces. Relaxation can be found in the spectacular Koraku Garden with replicas of Japanese landscapes, while thrills await at the fish market, where fish can be auctioned. Over 90,000 art objects can be found in the largest Japanese museum, the National Museum. In 1958, the Japanese built a replica of the Eiffel Tower, which now surpasses the original in height at 333 meters and is known as the Tokyo Tower. Other attractions include the Meiji Shrine, the Imperial Garden and Palace, the City Hall, capsule hotels with overnight accommodation in "drawers," the Asakusa Kannon Temple, and temple gardens in Kamakura.

Day 13: Tokyo (Honshu), Japan. Departure time: 19:00. Tokyo, the capital of Japan with almost 8 million inhabitants, combines tradition and progress. Buddhist temples can be found alongside Shinto cultural facilities and skyscrapers. In peaceful alleys, there are kimonos, fans, and carved miniature figures, not far from modern banking districts and sophisticated architectural masterpieces. Relaxation can be found in the spectacular Koraku Garden with replicas of Japanese landscapes, while thrills await at the fish market, where fish can be auctioned. Over 90,000 art objects can be found in the largest Japanese museum, the National Museum. In 1958, the Japanese built a replica of the Eiffel Tower, which now surpasses the original in height at 333 meters and is known as the Tokyo Tower. Other attractions include the Meiji Shrine, the Imperial Garden and Palace, the City Hall, capsule hotels with overnight accommodation in "drawers," the Asakusa Kannon Temple, and temple gardens in Kamakura.

Day 14: Hitachinaka (Ibaraki), Japan. Arrival time: 08:00. Departure time: 17:00. Duration of port stay: 9 hours. Hitachinaka ist eine Küstenstadt in der Präfektur Ibaraki in Japan. Mit seiner atemberaubenden Meerblick und lebendigen Stadtleben bietet es eine einzigartige Mischung aus natürlicher Schönheit und städtischem Charme. Die Stadt ist bekannt für ihr reiches kulturelles Erbe, köstliche Meeresfrüchte-Küche und ihre Nähe zu beliebten Attraktionen wie dem Hitachi-Seaside-Park und dem Oarai-Isosaki-Schrein. Egal, ob Sie historische Sehenswürdigkeiten erkunden oder die malerischen Strände genießen, Hitachinaka bietet ein herrliches Erlebnis für Besucher und Einheimische gleichermaßen.

Day 15: Miyako (Iwate), Japan. Arrival time: 08:00. Departure time: 18:00. Duration of port stay: 10 hours. Miyako ist eine Stadt in der Präfektur Iwate in Japan. Bekannt für seine atemberaubende Küstenlandschaft ist es ein beliebtes Touristenziel. Die Stadt beherbergt wunderschöne Strände, Klippen und Felsformationen, die einen atemberaubenden Blick auf den Pazifischen Ozean bieten. Miyako verfügt auch über historische Stätten wie den Jodogahama Strand und das Taro Kanko Hotel, die unbedingt besucht werden sollten. Wenn Sie also eine Kombination aus natürlicher Schönheit und kulturellen Erfahrungen suchen, ist Miyako der richtige Ort.

Day 16: Hakodate (Hokkaido), Japan. Arrival time: 07:00. Departure time: 17:00. Duration of port stay: 10 hours. The city of Hakodate, with 320,000 inhabitants, is located at the southern tip of the Japanese island of Hokkaido. In 1859, it was one of the five Japanese cities that were the first to be opened for foreign trade, making it a gateway to the outside world. Additionally, Hakodate is the traditional starting point for a journey to Hokkaido, which can be reached either by ferry or through the underwater tunnel built in 1988. Furthermore, the Japanese port city is known for its star-shaped fortress.

Day 17: Otaru / Sapporo (Hokkaido), Japan. Arrival time: 08:00. Departure time: 17:00. Duration of port stay: 9 hours. The old port city of Otaru is located on the west coast of Hokkaido, the northernmost of the four Japanese islands. With a population of 170,000, the city is rather small by Japanese standards, but with over five million visitors annually, it is one of the country`s most important tourist cities. The fishing industry and international maritime trade also play an important role in the city`s economy. Otaru has made a significant contribution to the historical and economic development of Hokkaido, and this is evident in its architecture and the interesting port district. The liveliness of the harbor contrasts harmoniously with the coziness of the small town. Otaru has a canal area that was once heavily polluted by nearby businesses. Today, this area is closed off, and visitors can leisurely stroll through the streets of the late 19th-century, influenced by both Japanese and Western culture.

Day 18 - 20: Sea day.

Day 21: Dutch Harbor (Alaska), USA. Arrival time: 07:00. Departure time: 18:00. Duration of port stay: 11 hours. Dutch Harbor is the harbor of Unalaska and is located on the island of Ambaknak. The city itself is on the neighboring island with the same name and is connected to the harbor by a bridge. In the 18th century, Dutch Harbor was used as a Russian trading port for the fur trade. A remnant of the Russian era and at the same time the most famous landmark of Unalaska is the Russian Orthodox Church from 1896. Nowadays, Dutch Harbor is one of the most important fishing ports in the USA.

Day 22: Sea day.

Day 23: Kodiak (Alaska), USA. Arrival time: 08:00. Departure time: 17:00. Duration of port stay: 9 hours. Kodiak is famous for one of the largest fishing fleets in the USA. The city is located on the island of the same name and is its main town. The island is the second largest island in the United States after Big Island (Hawaii). In addition, Kodiak is protected as a nature reserve. Brown bears, bald eagles, and many migratory birds have found a home on the tundra-dominated island.

Day 24: Seward / Anchorage (Alaska), USA. Arrival time: 07:00. Departure time: 17:00. Duration of port stay: 10 hours. The port city of Seward is nestled amongst the Kenai Mountains on Alaska`s southern coast. Attractions in this small town include Kenai Fjords National Park with the nearby Exit Glacier, as well as a variety of animals such as sea otters, orcas, bald eagles, and puffins. Other points of interest for visitors in the city include the fishing harbor, St. Peter`s Church, the Alaska Sea Life Center where one can observe marine life below the surface of the sea, and the Seward Museum.

Day 25: Hubbard Glacier (Alaska), USA. The Hubbard Glacier is the longest glacier in Alaska that ends in the sea, measuring 122 kilometers in length. Once it reaches the Pacific, it also has a width of 12 kilometers. Besides its gigantic dimensions, the picturesque backdrop of the fjord with the bright blue color of the ice is an experience in itself.

Day 26: Sitka (Alaska), USA. Arrival time: 08:00. Departure time: 17:00. Duration of port stay: 9 hours. Sitka, founded in 1804 by the Russians, was the capital of Russian Alaska for a long time. About 1,000 meters above the community, there is a dormant volcano, and the city is surrounded by small islands. Sights such as the Russian Orthodox church and the Russian bishop`s house still remind us of the Russian influence today. In Sitka National Historical Park, you can visit a collection of totem poles, a fortress, and the reconstructed battlefield from 1904. The Southeast Alaska Indian Cultural Center is also located in this park, where you can watch local artists engage in their craft. The Sheldon Jackson Museum provides insight into the culture of the indigenous people and life in the cold throughout different eras. At the Alaska Wildlife Center, you can observe many native animals up close.

Day 27: Ketchikan (Alaska), USA. Arrival time: 08:00. Departure time: 17:00. Duration of port stay: 9 hours. The "Salmon Capital of the World" is one of the places in Southeast Alaska that existed during Russian times. Like in Sitka, one can feel this Russian past here as well. Folklore dancers and the Russian Orthodox Church are part of it. In the "Totem Bight State Park," totem poles carved by the Tlingit Indians can be visited. Ketchikan is considered the Mecca of salmon fishermen, who settled here a hundred years ago.

Day 28: Inside Passage (Alaska), USA. Off the coast of the US state of Alaska and the Canadian province of British Columbia, the Inside Passage meanders through. The heavily trafficked sea route crosses hundreds of islands, beautiful fjords, and icy glaciers.

Day 29: Victoria (British Columbia), Canada. Arrival time: 10:00. Departure time: 22:00. Duration of port stay: 12 hours. The charming provincial capital of British Columbia is located on Vancouver Island and offers European flair with narrow streets lined with beautiful 19th century stone buildings. Victorian architecture, red double-decker buses, and nostalgic horse-drawn carriages evoke the colonial era of the British Empire. In contrast, the numerous totem poles in the parks highlight the blending of cultures. Expansive gardens with exotic and native plants invite you to take a stroll. Places of interest: Butchart Gardens, Government House, Beacon Hill Park, Craigdarroch Castle, Helmcken House, Royal British Columbia Museum.

Day 30: Vancouver (British Columbia), Canada. Arrival time: 06:00. With almost 500,000 inhabitants, Vancouver is the most important Canadian port city on the Pacific Ocean in the province of British Columbia. It is considered one of the safest and cleanest cities in the world and has a year-round mild climate due to its protected location. A special attraction on the northern outskirts is Vancouver`s Grouse Mountain, which can be reached by cable car and offers excellent winter sports and hiking opportunities as well as a magnificent view over the city. Nearby is also the Capilano Suspension Bridge, a 137m long suspension bridge that swings freely at a height of 70m above a river gorge and can be crossed by visitors. Places of interest: Gastown, Stanley Park, Chinatown, Science World, Vancouver Aquarium, Harbour Centre with observation deck, Waterfront with Sea Bus.