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Whether exploring Juneau in a chauffeur-driven Hummer, soaring
over Misty Fjords National Monument in a private floatplane, or
exploring the historic highlights of Skagway in a vintage Cadillac,
Princess passengers have a variety of new ways to personalize their
Alaska shore experience.
Seven new private touring options debut for the 2007 season,
providing Princess guests with unique opportunities to explore
Alaska their own way. Princess offers custom adventures where
passengers can travel in style in their private Hummer, floatplane,
open-air boat, stretch SUV, catamaran or classic car.
The new excursions are part of the Princess Adventures Ashore
program, which offers 171 Alaska tour options in 2007, including 21
new excursions debuting this season.
Private excursion options include a Custom Hummer Adventure in
Juneau or Ketchikan; an Exclusive Ketchikan by Land option with
transportation in a private stretch SUV; Exclusive Ketchikan by Sea
with a private 20-foot custom-built open-air skiff; Exclusive
Ketchikan by Air with travel by private floatplane; Skagway's
Custom Classic Cars where passengers will explore in a restored
vintage Cadillac; and the Alaska Up-Close Exclusive Cruise
Adventure in Sitka while sailing aboard a new 30-foot catamaran.
Each tour includes the services of a private guide/chauffeur. Tours
can accommodate between four and 10 guests, depending on the
excursion. Prices begin at $499 per vehicle.
In addition to the new private excursions, Princess is also
offering a variety of new Adventures Ashore options in Juneau,
Ketchikan, Skagway and Victoria.