Seabourn Cruise Line U. S. Pacific Coast Cruises

The Pacific Coast is one of the most stunning places in the world to explore with Seabourn Cruise Line. While you’re on your Pacific Coast cruise with Seabourn, you’ll visit some of the coolest cities in the world; Portland, Seattle, and San Francisco are just a few of the places on the list. Seattle and Portland are both considered coffee capitals of the world – decide for yourself which truly deserves the title. Then there’s San Francisco, and there is nothing else like San Francisco – a city you really have to see for yourself. Of course, Los Angeles is one of the most famous cities and movie buffs will enjoy visiting the home of the movie industry, as well as the scenic surrounding landscapes. All in all, the US Pacific Coast draws in millions of visitors every year from around the world to experience the theatres, museums, galleries, and art festivals. Find out more about Seabourn cruises to the Pacific Coast by giving The Cruise Web a call today at 1-800-377-9383.

 

Things to Do on a US Pacific Coast Cruise with Seabourn Cruise Line

 

On your luxurious Seabourn cruise to the Pacific Coast, you’ll always have something fun to do. In Seattle, you can visit the world famous Pike Place Fish Market which is known for their flying fish routine, where customer orders are tossed between workers before being wrapped. Portland is called the City of Roses and there are plenty of enchanting parks to help you connect with nature. California has many of the best cities in the world, and you’ll have an amazing time checking out iconic sights such as the Hollywood Walk of Fame, the Golden Gate Bridge, Lombard Street, Melrose Avenue, and much more! Continue below to find out more of our recommended excursions while cruising to the Pacific Coast with Seabourn Cruise Line:

 


Stanley Park in Vancouver, BC
  • Explore Vancouver (Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada)
    Begin your Seabourn Pacific Gold Coast cruise in British Columbia’s largest city. Arrive in Vancouver a day early and explore the many attractions it has to offer. You will definitely want to check out Stanley Park, the Museum of Anthropology, Van Dusen Botanical Park, and much more!
     

 


Space Needle in Seattle, WA
  • Visit the Space Needle (Seattle, Washington)
    You won’t want to miss Seattle’s most famous landmark! The Space Needle was built in 1961 for the World’s Fair and has become an important part of the Seattle skyline. Visitors can travel to the top by elevator and take in stunning views of the city and the surrounding mountains.
     

 


Rose Garden in Portland, OR
  • International Rose Test Garden (Portland, Oregon)
    Portland is nicknamed the City of Roses and this stunning garden is one reason why. The garden was established in 1917 by the American Rose Society and is the oldest continuously operated public rose test garden in the US. While you’re there you should visit the Shakespeare Garden which features roses mentioned in William Shakespeare’s plays. The Miniature Rose Test Garden has, you guessed it, smaller versions of your favorite roses. Finally, the award-winning roses can be found in the Gold Medal Garden.
     

 


Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, CA
  • Experience the Golden Gate City (San Francisco, California)
    San Francisco is one of America’s most eclectic cities. While you’re visiting the golden city, you’ll want to check out the Golden Gate Bridge, which is considered a wonder of the modern world. Other iconic sights include Lombard Street, Alcatraz, Chinatown, and many more! In San Francisco, you’ll have an experience you cannot have anywhere else.
     

 


Old Fisherman's Wharf in Monterey, CA
  • Visit California’s First City (Monterey, California)
    Before California became the 31st state in 1850, Monterey was its capital city. Today it is an important piece of California’s history and a hub for its culture. While you’re there, you’ll want to check out the famous Monterey Bay Aquarium, Cannery Row – which was once home to numerous sardine canning factories but now has restaurants and hotels – and the Old Fisherman’s Wharf where fishermen still go out every morning to get the catch of the day.
     

 


Getty Center Art Museum in Los Angeles, CA
  • Tour the City of Angels (Los Angeles, California)
    There are certain cities that help define a country and Los Angeles is a defining city in the United States. What can you do here? Anything! Art lovers should carve out time to visit the Getty Center art museum, thrill-seekers will have a blast riding the coasters at Universal Studios Hollywood, and gear-heads will love seeing the rare cars at the Petersen Automotive Museum. Griffith Park and Santa Monica Bay are two more iconic places that shouldn’t be missed on a trip to California. Plus, you can spend some time in the home of the film industry, Hollywood, and walk down the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
     

 

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Seabourn Cruise Line U. S. Pacific Coast Departure Ports

Learn more about the possible departure ports for a US Pacific Coast cruise with Seabourn Cruise Line. Your luxurious Seabourn Pacific Coastal cruise could depart from any of the following cruise ports:

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