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Cruises visiting Nome & all Nome cruises for  2019-2020

View Nome 2019-2020 cruises for 3 ships listing 10 cruises from Nome with today's best deals!

Nome is a seaport used by freighters and cruise ships, located on the southern side of the Seward Peninsula in Norton Sound, Alaska, just 250km across from Siberian Russia. It was a small Inupiat Eskimo settlement until the discovery of gold in 1898 brought over 20,000 fortune seekers, but most left after 10 years, and today there are approximately 4000 residents with half being Native Americans. Interestingly, Nome is the finish line of the annual Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race covering over 1680km across the wilderness from Anchorage. The race begins on the first Saturday in March, and is the most popular sporting event in Alaska.

The top mushers and their teams of dogs are local celebrities, frequently racing through blizzards causing whiteout conditions, sub-zero temperatures and gale-force winds. Huddled on the ice-encrusted shores of the Bering Strait and inhabiting one of the wildest and most westerly parts of mainland America, the town’s apparently unkempt houses and unpaved roads backed by snow-covered stretches of icy tundra isn’t the boomtown it used to be in gold-rush days. Imagine, Nome owes its existence to three lucky Swedes who uncovered the first nuggets leading to a bonanza of easily extractable gold at Anvil Creek in 1898, not long after the Klondike discovery 830km to the east.

Interestingly, gold can still be mined in Nome, and the town continues to attract the odd recreational prospector. It once attracted Wyatt Earp. Otherwise, most of the 8000 or so annual visitors are not the usual run of vacationers. Some come for bird-watching opportunities, while the bulk fly in to witness the final lap of the Iditarod dogsled race in March. For whatever reason you visit, try your hand at hiking across the tundra, or just stay inside at a bar and listen to locals swap stories comparing gun calibres, and where mullet hairdos are still fashionable.

Cruises visiting Nome in 2019

Currently sailing Sold out Available OBC = Onboard credit
Date Route Cruise Ports From $/Day

21

JUL

Maasdam cruises

18

NIGHTS

Maasdam cruises Up to $600 OBC

$4,528

$252

21

JUL

Maasdam cruises

21

NIGHTS

Maasdam cruises Up to $600 OBC

$4,529

$216

21

JUL

Maasdam cruises

32

NIGHTS

Maasdam cruises

$7,199

$225

21

JUL

Maasdam cruises

35

NIGHTS

Maasdam cruises Up to $600 OBC

$7,299

$209

21

JUL

Maasdam cruises

42

NIGHTS

Maasdam cruises

$8,509

$203

15

SEP

L'Austral cruises

14

NIGHTS

L'Austral cruises

$11,770

$841

15

SEP

L'Austral cruises

22

NIGHTS

L'Austral cruises

$30,690

$1,395

18

SEP

Le Boréal cruises

14

NIGHTS

Le Boréal cruises

$15,730

$1,124

Cruises visiting Nome in 2020

Currently sailing Sold out Available OBC = Onboard credit
Date Route Cruise Ports From $/Day

15

SEP

L'Austral cruises

22

NIGHTS

L'Austral cruises

Sold out

N/A

19

SEP

L'Austral cruises

14

NIGHTS

L'Austral cruises

$12,830

$916

Nome cruises

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