Re: Recommendations for mildly disabled Senior?
If you are worried about seasickness then leave out of Vancouver BC so there is less time on the open seas. Most of Alaska cruise is the inland passage and glacier bay with is usually calm as ice (no pun). Vancouver might be easier for boarding also as you could stay at one of the hotels connected directly to the cruise port. We have stayed at both the Pan Pacific and Fairmont. The Pan Pacific would be the best as it sits right atop the cruise terminal so it's just an elevator ride down to board. All the stops we did (Skagway, Kitchkan, Sitka, and Juneau) were easy to walk right off and see stuff. A must do is take the helicopter to the top of the glaicer.
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