We're researching cruises to Alaska from Vancouver and have focussed on Holland America as friends were happy with it. I understand it's important to go via the 'inside passage.' However, is it important to go that route both ways? There's a savings with a cruise that goes one-way only on the 'inside passage.' Also, is there reason to choose one boat over another (in this case, the Amsterdam or the Volendam)? Thank you!
Alaska cruise - inside passage both ways?
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