Stretching some 1,000+ miles north from Vancouver, the Inland Passage is a favorite of cruise lines. It is easy to see why. You are almost never out of sight of picturesque land. The stops along the way are interesting (if you can overlook the plethora of diamond and jewelry stores) historically and geologically, fun, and filled with good eating/drinking. The water the ship travels on seems to be considerably calmer than the open ocean, and, beyond the occasional fishing vessel and other cruise ship, not very crowded. Your faithful blogger tends to have motion issues, but completed the seven-day cruise without any queasiness.
|It is a really big state|
|The Inland Passage|