friends you're about to embark on an Alaska cruise Inside Passage and they’ll
respond, "but what about the weather?"
As a common
Scandinavian saying goes, "there’s no such thing as bad weather, just bad
clothing." The better you prepare and the more meticulous you pack, the
more comfortable you’ll be. That doesn’t mean overloading your suitcase, it
means including enough of the right gear for the right weather.
jackets and strive for layers—you need to be ready for a sunny day and a chilly
one, as the summertime high is usually only between 50- and 60-degrees
Fahrenheit. Occasionally, it reaches 70s and 80s.
of sweaters, scarves, long-sleeve shirts, long underwear, a water-repellent
jacket, and rainboots along with sunglasses, a swimsuit and a few nights of
formal wear for formal nights. This Alaska cruise packing list offers more tips
September is considered the best time for an Inside Passage Alaska cruise. We
can’t wait to show you this incredible place.