Event Price 
From $4,995
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A land of pure, natural beauty, Alaska is the last great American frontier. Discover the wonders of Ketchikan; Wrangell; Sitka; and Elfin Cove on this carefully curated expedition itinerary. Look for humpback whales at Point Adolphus and navigate isolated inlets inaccessible to larger vessels for superlative views of Alaska’s spectacular scenery. Cruise Tracy Arm Fjord to majestic South Sawyer and Dawes Glaciers. Enjoy lectures on board by naturalists that highlight the wildlife and extraordinary landscapes you will see along the way. Enhance your expedition with the Vancouver Pre-Program and/or Fairbanks and Denali Post-Program Options.

Event Itinerary 

Optional Pre-Program: Vancouver

Day 1: Depart / Arrive Vancouver, Canada
Day 2: Cruising the Inside Passage
Day 3: Ketchikan, Alaska
Day 4: Wrangell
Day 5: Sitka
Day 6: Elfin Cove / Point Adolphus
Day 7: Tracy Arm Fjord / Sawyer Glacier / Endicott Fjord / Dawes Glacier
Day 8: Juneau / Disembark Ship / Return

Optional Post-Program: Fairbanks and Denali

Type of activity 
Activity Level 

Easy - Moderate; Opportunities to View from Cruise Deck; On-Land Excursions


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Shontay Delalue

Shontay Delalue is the inaugural Senior Vice President and Senior Diversity Officer at Dartmouth College. In her role, she executes and evaluates Dartmouth’s diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts and oversees compliance programming regarding equal opportunity. She additionally holds an Adjunct Assistant Professorship in African and African American Studies as well as serves as a lecturer in the Master of Public Health Program in the Geisel School of Medicine. At her previous institution, she taught a course that took students to Ghana, and she led Dartmouth Alumni travelers in Southern Africa in 2022.  

Prior to joining Dartmouth, Dr. Delalue served as Vice President for Institutional Equity and Diversity at Brown University, where she was also appointed interim Senior Associate Dean for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion within the Division of Biology and Medicine. With experience in admissions, counseling, and international and multicultural affairs, she has worked at the University of Maine, the University of Alaska Southeast, the Met High School and Bryant University both in RI. She holds a Ph.D. through the University of Rhode Island and Rhode Island College’s joint education program, a certificate from Harvard University’s Graduate School of Education’s Institute for Management and Leadership in Education, and master’s and bachelor’s degrees from the University of Maine. 

Shared Program 
Operator Name 
Gohagan & Company