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Top Videos for Cruise Destination College Fjord, AK–Created by BoostVacations.com Staff

Top Videos for Cruise Destination College Fjord, AK – Created by BoostVacations.com Staff. Feel Free to add, vote or provide feedback to the list.

Cruise Ship Tour of College Fjord Alaska

This video showcases College Fjord located in the rugged wilderness of Prince William Sound Alaska. I was able to tour the fjord via cruise ship, as most people do. College Fjord has dozens of glaciers in all varieties including tidewater glaciers, large valley glaciers and hanging glaciers (see my other video showing these).

Alaska, College Fjord and Harvard Glacier

Video from our recent Alaska trip: Alaska, College Fjord and Harvard Glacier, July 21, 2009

Harvard Glacier, College Fjord, Alaska 7/9/10

Diamond Princess Northbound from Vancouver, BC to Whittier, AK

College Fjord Alaska

College Fjord Alaska is 22 nautical miles from the port of Whittier. In virtually all respects College Fjord is the most impressive collection of tidewater glaciers I have even seen. The grand lady of glaciers is Marjorie Glacier which extends upstream for more than 21 miles and is 2 miles wide at its widest point.

Diamond Princess 24 July 2009- College Fjord, Alaska

View from the bridge of Diamond Princess 24 July 2009 at College Fjord, Alaska as captured from Kroooz-Cams.com.

College Fjord, Alaska

A view of beautiful College Fjord, Alaska

Timelapse College Fjord Alaska

20 Sep 2013. A sunny day on board the Diamond Princess in College Fjord, Alaska Filmed on Gopro Hero 2 & edited in Gopro Studio

College fjord, Alaska

Uploaded by Bradford Mendenhall on 2013-08-01.

College Fjord Alaska

Cruising College Fjord with a photo wrap up of our Alaska cruise.

Alaska College Fjord Harvard Glacier Calving 7/9/2010

Harvard Glacier in College Fjord Alaska Calvs three pieces and one piece was the size of a 10-story building. This glacier is 2-miles wide by 250 to 300 feet tall. July 9, 2010