Onboard a Princess Cruise to Alaska here are just a few onboard activities your family might enjoy!
Deadliest Catch: Try your hand at being a deckhand with the Crab Sort Challenge. Buckets full of different types of plastic crabs are collected and sorted by each team as fast as they can while the elements are working against them.*
Discovery at Sea Trivia Challenge: Trivia is getting an upgrade with new questions, photos and video footage from MythBusters, Animal Planet, How It’s Made, Deadliest Catch and more!
Finding Bigfoot: Can you find Bigfoot onboard? Mysterious footprints are located around the ship and it is up to you to keep a lookout for anywhere Bigfoot may have been. First guest to find all of Bigfoot’s footprint locations wins!
Green Screen Experience: Step into a scene from hit shows Finding Bigfoot & Shark Week and capture a great souvenir.
How It's Made: Take a backstage tour and see how production shows come to life onboard a ship. Nominal fee applies.
MythBusters: Uncover the truth behind popular myths and legends using scientific methods and everyday curiosity.
On the recent season of Treehouse Masters, Pete Nelson and his crew build a one-of-a-kind treehouse at Princess Cruises’ Mt. McKinley Wilderness Lodge. The build was highlighted on the finale episode in Denali State Park, Alaska. The treehouse, now open to visitors, is constructed for mountain high relaxation with spectacular views of Denali. Experience it only on a cruisetour with Princess.
Princess Cruise's Youth Centers and Teen Lounges are staffed by experienced counselors, who are ready to ensure your kids stay happy all day long. There’s everything from art projects, games, the latest movies, pizza parties, talent shows, and much more. In partnership with Discovery Communications™, Princess has developed engaging new youth programming and wonder-filled center designs for cruisers ages 3 to 17 to play, discover and create.
Contact your UNIGLOBE Travel Consultant today to learn more about Alaska cruising with Princess!