Cruise West Company Overview
This cruise line is headquartered in Seattle, Washington. It is an independent, family-owned line that has 9 U.S. flagged cruisers which include Spirit of Yorktown, Spirit of Oceanus, Spirit of Endeavour, Spirit of '98, Spirit of Alaska, Spirit of Columbia, Spirit of Discovery, Amadeus Diamond and Pacific Explorer. The company was created in 1973.
The cruise line has received numerous awards including 'Best Expedition Cruise Line' by Porthole Magazine, 10 Best Cruises by Odyssey Doctor's Review, and Top Cruise Line by Conde Nast Traveller, among many others. A detailed list of accolades is available on the company website.
Cruise West Product Line Overview
The cruisers house an average of 78-138 guests each. This size enables guests to experience personalized service and interaction. Cruiser amenities include modern decor in cabins, walking track, bars, restaurant, sun deck, swimming pool, gift shop, library, and more.
Cruise guests have access to the Cruise West Quyana Club that allows them to gain exclusive savings and discounts on future travel. Website visitors are able to sign up for an e-newsletter that features the latest news and offers.
Cruise West Locations
The company has cruise destination in the South Pacific, Asia, Antarctica, and the Americas. They are most famous for their Alaskan cruises. Other popular destinations include British Columbia, the Sea of Cortes, Costa Rica, Panama, Fiji, Japan, China, Solomon Islands, Guam, Vietnam, the Galapagos Islands, the Kamchatka Peninsula, Samoa and many more.
For more information, visit www.cruisewest.com