Visitors often comment on the rich cosmopolitan culture found in Prince Rupert, with it's superb museums and outstanding attractions that defy the small population and remote location © Lonnie Wishart
  • Breathtaking encounters with wildlife, such as Canada's only grizzly bear sanctuary, legendary saltwater fishing, and whale watching opportunities.
  • Situated on the migratory salmon routes of the north coast waters, it's rich in salmon, halibut, rockfish, lingcod, crab, and prawns.
  • Attractions that bring the coast's ancient Aboriginal culture and pioneer heritage alive.
  • Offers good restaurants, fascinating shops, and colorful neighborhoods.
  • Visit www.visitprincerupert.com for more information on available activities and accommodations.

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Available routes to and from Prince Rupert, British Columbia

Service Area

Prince Rupert, British Columbia is the only Canadian port on our route. Mainline ferries depart Prince Rupert once a week most of the year. The voyage takes you through the Inside Passage and may include stops in Ketchikan, Wrangell, Petersburg, Kake, Sitka, Juneau, Haines, and Skagway. The voyage from Prince Rupert takes approximately five hours to Ketchikan, about a day and a half to Juneau, or two days to Skagway.

Prince Rupert, British Columbia © Simon Racliffe

Trip Ideas

Below are some ideas to help you plan your trip to Alaska. Please note that availability and routing on your particular date of travel may vary from the suggested itinerary.