Phillips Cruises and Tours began in the late 1950’s when Brad and Helen Phillips, founders of the company, began operating in Prince William Sound with the vessel M/V Gypsy. Book your Philips Cruise directly with Great Alaskan Holidays today! CLICK THE “BOOK YOUR ADVENTURE ONLINE NOW” TAB ABOVE TO RESERVE ONLINE, OR CALL US TO BOOK YOUR ADVENTURE RIGHT NOW OVER THE PHONE! Calls From Outside Alaska: 888-2-ALASKA (225-2752) or Local and International Calls: 907-248-7777

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DAY CRUISES

26 Glacier Cruise

May 6 – September 30, 2016
12:30 PM – 5:30 PM
$149 Adult + tax/fees, $89 Child age 2-11 + tax/fees

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Explore over 140 miles of Prince William Sound
  • Esther Passage, College Fjord, Surprise Glacier
  • Cruise route features 26 named glaciers and many others
  • Complimentary hot meal, coffee, hot tea, and ice water
  • Custom narration by Chugach National Forest Service Ranger
  • Exclusive No Seasickness Guarantee

Glacier Quest Cruise

May 14 – September 11, 2016
1:00 PM – 4:45 PM
$99 Adult + tax/fees, $59 Child age 2-11 + tax/fees

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Explore 45 miles of Prince William Sound
  • Shotgun Cove, Blackstone Bay, Passage Canal
  • Cruise route features 7 named glaciers and many more
  • Complimentary hot meal, coffee, hot tea and ice water
  • Custom narration by Chugach National Forest Service Ranger
  • Exclusive No Seasickness Guarantee

Sunset Glacier Cruise

June 18 – 21 and July 1 – August 15, 2016
7:15 PM – 9:45 PM
$109 Adult + tax/fees, $69 Child age 2-11 + tax/fees

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Explore Blackstone Bay in the Land of the Midnight Sun
  • Evening is a special time to view the glaciers
  • View waterfalls, glaciers and wildlife
  • A complimentary hot meal will be served on the way to the glacier.
  • Tea, coffee and ice water are available
  • Professional narration by Captain and Crew
  • Exclusive No Seasickness Guarantee

CLICK THE “BOOK YOUR ADVENTURE ONLINE NOW” TAB ABOVE TO RESERVE ONLINE, OR CALL US TO BOOK YOUR ADVENTURE RIGHT NOW OVER THE PHONE! Calls From Outside Alaska: 888-2-ALASKA (225-2752) or Local and International Calls: 907-248-7777

What to wear…
Even on the warmest summer days, the temperature on the water can be cool, especially in front of the glaciers. We recommend guests dress in layers so they are comfortable at the different stages of the cruise. All of their vessels offer heated, enclosed cabins, but to really experience the wildlife and glaciers of Prince William Sound , you’ll want to spend some time on the observation decks. Those planning to be on the outside viewing decks should bring a rainproof jacket, hat and gloves. Comfortable walking shoes with rubber soles are also important.

Driving to Whittier?

Please allow 1.5 hours to drive from Anchorage to Whittier on the Seward Highway. Near Milepost 79, you will pass the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center on your right. In a very short distance you will make a left turn onto the Whittier – Portage Glacier road. Continue for approximately 10 minutes toward the Anton Anderson Memorial Tunnel. Please be advised that speeds are regularly checked along this road so be careful to obey the speed limit.

What is the Anton Anderson Tunnel?

Every guest coming to Whittier will travel through North America’s longest shared rail and car tunnel which operates on a timed schedule allowing one-way traffic through the tunnel. A round-trip fee is collected when vehicles go to Whittier. The tunnel to access Whittier is open at 30 minutes past the hour. To depart Whittier, the tunnel is open on the hour. Tunnel fares run $13.00 for vehicles under 28’ and $22-$38 for vehicles over 28’

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