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All of the reserved cabins for Legacy Genealogy Cruise 2006 are gone. There may still be a limited number of other rooms available at higher prices. If you are interested please contact

Legacy Genealogy Cruise Inside Passage to Alaska

September 6, 2006 - September 13, 2006
Seven-Day Glacier Route from Vancouver to Juneau, Glacier Bay, Skagway, Ketchikan
and back to Vancouver

Cruise Alaska's Inside Passage and Have Fun Learning Legacy from the Experts

If you are interested please send an email to

Sailing Itinerary
Cruise Pricing
Frequently Asked Questions
Legacy Classes - Schedule & Descriptions
The FUN Facts
Christy our Legacy Cruise Coordinator
Order Form

Check out our last Legacy Genealogy Cruise

If you would like to hear all about our last Legacy Genealogy Cruise and to  see some of the fun pictures then click here.


As a guest aboard Carnival Spirit, you’ll see the Great Land in the grandest possible way. As you sail along the Inside Passage (often in the company of frolicking sea lions and humpback whales), you’ll marvel at Alaska’s mountains, waterfalls, and glaciers. During your adventure, you’ll feast on just-caught salmon, saunter through Gold Rush towns and be constantly astounded by breathtaking beauty. This is more than a seven-day vacation. It’s a lifetime of memories. So, be prepared for excitement far beyond your expectations. We recommend the Balcony if you truly want to sit and marvel at all the beauty along the way. Informative genealogy classes taught by the experts will be offered on the days out to sea. Learn the powerful features of Legacy 6.0 that will really help you advance your genealogical research and have a great time doing it. We look forward to sailing with you all again next year.

AlaskaPrices begin at US $677.50 per person, double occupancy plus US $265 port charges, taxes and Legacy classes.

  • Inside cabin at a starting rate of US $677.50 per person plus US $265 port charges and taxes.

  • Ocean view cabin at a starting rate of US $927.50 per person plus US $265 port charges and taxes.

  • Balcony cabin at a starting rate of US $1127.50 per person plus US $265 port charges and taxes.

When the above cabins have sold the rate will be a lot higher if any are available, so take advantage of these low rates while they last!  The rates are for the cruise only.  Air and ground transportation to and from the cruise are additional.  Optional pre-cruise or post-cruise hotel packages are available.

Sailing Itinerary
6 September 2006 - 13 September 200

Day Port of Call Arrival Time Depart Time
Wednesday      5:30 PM
 10:00 AM
   2:30 PM
   3:15 PM
 12:00 PM
   3:15 PM
   4:00 PM
   2:00 PM
 11:00 PM
   4:30 PM
   5:30 PM
Sunday    7:00 AM    3:00 PM
Monday 11:00 AM    7:00 PM
 10:00 AM
   2:00 PM
 12:00 PM
   4:00 PM
Wednesday    7:00 AM  



Alaska's colorful capital city was once a magnet for gold seekers in the 1890s. Don't miss the the famous Red Dog Saloon.


In Ketchikan, a town built on stilts, the renowned totem poles are proud reminders of the area's strong native presence. Wander down Creek Street, the town's famous, and now-innocent, "red light" district.

Glacier Bay

Glacier Bay

Make sure you have your camera ready when you visit Glacier Bay. Spread across 3.2 million acres in Southeast Alaska, this protected national park is home to 15 active glaciers, numerous seabirds, otters and humpback whales.

Prince Williams Sound

The Inside Passage

As you sail cruise the Inside Passage view the wonders of playful sea lions, humpback whales and bald eagles while you marvel at Alaska’s majestic mountains, waterfalls, and glaciers. Have your cameras and binoculars ready!


This unique port is a town of false-front buildings and wood plank sidewalks. Catch the action at the playfully "naughty" Red Onion Saloon and in the "Days of '98 Saloon" Theatre. Visit a recreated Gold Rush Trail Camp. For a journey into Alaska's past, travel aboard the White Pass and Yukon Railroad.


If you extend your stay in Vancouver, you'll definitely want to visit Gastown. Dine at the superb restaurants and browse through the quaint curio shops. Save time to stroll through the exquisite gardens of Stanley Park.

Cruise Pricing

Inside Cabin A US $677 per person $265 port charges and taxes
Ocean View Cabin US $927 per person $265 port charges and taxes
Balcony Cabin A US $1127 per person $265 port charges and taxes
Balcony Cabin B US $1177 per person $265 port charges and taxes
Balcony Cabin C US $1197 per person $265 port charges and taxes
Balcony Cabin D US $1227 per person $265 port charges and taxes
11 Suite US $1678 per person $285 port charges and taxes
Transfers from Seattle Airport to Port One Way US $49.00
Transfers from Vancouver Airport to Port One Way US $16.00
Prepaid Gratuities US $70.00
Travel Insurance US $149.00 per person (If you are concerned your health may prevent you from going, it is advisable to get the insurance, more info)

Hurry and book your room today while they last. Our 2004 and 2005 cruises sold out quickly.

Deposit due to reserve your room is US $200.00 Now
Final Payment due 15 June 2006 (remaining balance)

Frequently Asked Questions

Q. I'm single and want to go on the cruise?
A. No problem, just let us know as we have others just like you and we can assign you to others (same gender) to share a room with.  This is a great way to meet new friends.

Q. What is the travel insurance and do I need it?
A. I don't usually get it but I'm a risk taker.  If you are concerned that your health could cause you to miss the cruise then we highly recommend it. The cost is $149.00. Here is a link for more information direct from Carnival.

Q. Tell me about Carnival's Spirit cruise ship?
A. You can take a virtual tour of the Spirit at Carnival's web site.  Click here

Q. What's the most fun thing to do?
A. That's up to you. You can do as little or as much as you like. On Carnival, they make sure their ships have everyone's kind of fun.  It's what makes their fleet of floating resorts such popular vacation destinations.

Q. What can we do when we reach each port?
A. You name it and it's probably available.  Activities that make the whole trip worth it.
Just click a port to learn about all of the Shore Excursions available from Carnival's site: Juneau, Skagway or Ketchikan.

Legacy Classes - Schedule & Descriptions

Thursday, 10:00-11:00 - Ensuring a Proper Foundation.
This lecture will teach the vital principles of research and recording your findings. Learn how to identify the correct location for the correct time period. AniMap will be presented, as well as other software programs and Internet sites for learning about locations and mapping. Data entry techniques will be taught to ensure the accuracy of entering names, dates, and places. Geoff Rasmussen, instructor

Thursday, 11:00-12:00 - The Essentials: Names, Dates, Locations
Learn the "I wish I would have known when I first started" principles of proper data entry of names, dates, and locations.  Geoff Rasmussen, instructor

Thursday, 2:00-2:45 - Ready, Set, Go!
Learn about the dozen or so steps a professional takes when beginning to work with a new Legacy database. These techniques, shortcuts, and cautionary procedures will enable you to use Legacy more efficiently. Geoff Rasmussen, instructor

Thursday, 2:45-3:30 - Documentation! Genealogy without documentation is mythology.
Learn everything you’ve ever needed to know (and maybe even more) about entering sources into Legacy. Jim Terry, instructor

Saturday, 4:30-5:30 -- The Foundation for Success: Chronologies!
Learn how to enter the documents you find to build an ancestor’s timeline. Their timeline, when studied in a historical perspective, will lead the researcher to the right sources. You will learn about properly entering events and effectively using Legacy’s Chronology View. Also learn about Genelines and other resources to gain the historical perspective of your ancestor. Geoff Rasmussen, instructor

Tuesday, 10:00-11:00 - Reporting with Legacy; Sharing information electronically.
This lecture will go beyond the basics in designing and creating reports with Legacy. You will learn how to effectively share information electronically, and the dos and don’ts of responsible correspondence. Sherry Holthe, instructor

Tuesday, 11:00-12:00 - Legacy Companion Software.
Learn all about Legacy's add-on programs. Jim Terry, Luc Comeau instructors

Tuesday, 2:00-3:30 - Potpourri - Questions and Answers.
This session will cover anything that’s been missed. Remember, the developers, tech support, and the training departments of Millennia will be here. Have questions or suggestions - this may be your best chance ever! Dave Berdan, Ken McGinnis, Geoff Rasmussen, Jim Terry.

The FUN Facts

Spirit Dining Spirit Dining

Carnival’s Total Choice Dining is all about options. You can choose from a wonderful variety of casual and formal restaurants serving all types of delicious food. You can even decide whether you want to eat inside or outdoors. Either way, there is no wrong decision, only fabulous food. 


Spirit Entertainment Spirit Entertainment

While each “Fun Ship” is unique, they are all designed to provide a variety of entertainment options to cruisers of all ages and tastes. From relaxing lounges to Las-Vegas Style shows, there’s fun around every corner.


Spirit SpaCarnival Spirit Spa Carnival

Stay in shape, feel your worries float away and show off your style with the help of Spa Carnival. Our services are designed for the revitalization of your mind, body and soul.


Our Legacy Cruise Coordinator

Christy of Travelworks International is handling all of the details.

So, who is Christy?  Well, Ken McGinnis says; "Christy is my sister and you will just love her!  Going on a cruise will be fun but if you are going on a cruise with Christy then get ready for the best vacation of your life.  I'm not exaggerating here.  Christy just has a way of making things so much fun". 

Christy has put together several cruises of large groups and always does such a great job.  She organized our 2004 and Legacy cruises and I think everyone just loved her and all she did to make the cruse a huge success.

Her contact information is Christy of Travelworks International at 1-888-505-6997 or send her an e-mail at

Christy says;  "My family has personally gone on the Victory and it was a fantastic ship.  A wonderful experience.  Top notch and first class all the way. You won't be disappointed.".  So, if you have questions don't hesitate to ask her as she will have the answers for you.  Just be warned that if you talk to her you will probably have troubles sleeping that night because of the excitement.

Order Form

Please make your reservation now in order to be one of the lucky ones to come with us in September of 2006. We have negotiated these special prices for a limited number of cabins and the rates are guaranteed so don't delay reserving your space. This price is guaranteed only until we run out of the reserved cabins and space is quickly filling up. Don't miss out on this great opportunity.

I don't know if you have gone on a cruise before but they can be lots of fun. All the food and fun one person can take in. Last year we completely sold out.  I felt very bad when a few people who had missed out on the reserved cabins had to spend almost double the price to still be able to come with us.  Make your reservation now so you don't miss out. You may elect to pay the entire amount now or hold your cabin and lock in the price by paying a deposit:

  • First Deposit due now of US $200.00 per person

  • Second Deposit Date Feb 1, 2006 of US $300.00 per person in cabin

  • Third Deposit Date April 5, 2006 of US $400.00 per person in cabin

  • Final Deposit Date June 15, 2006 all remaining balance due

You can download the cruise application form at this link. zzzzzzz  (after printing the form just click your browser's back button to return to this page).

In order to book your cruise we need for you to print this authorization form (click here for order form) and simply fill it out and fax it to Travelworks International Attn: Christy at 1-888-505-6997.

Once you have faxed in your form we will send you out your cruise confirmation. Boarding passes will be shipped directly to your home prior to sailing. If you have any more questions feel free to contact our office.

P.S.   Don't forget your cameras and binoculars!

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