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Card Player Cruises Heads to America’s Last Frontier

The Seven-Night Cruise Will Visit Ketchikan, Tracy Arm Fjord and Juneau


Card Player Cruises has announced an exciting addition to its already expansive list of cruising destinations. Now poker professionals and enthusiasts alike can experience all the fun and action of Card Player Cruises amid the backdrop of America’s last frontier.

Aboard the Solstice of the Seas, guests can enjoy a seven-night Alaskan cruise hitting breath taking and picturesque destinations including Ketchikan, Tracy Arm Fjord, Juneau and Skagway.

Card Player Cruises proudly features a professional, fully staffed, non-smoking poker room, which is typically open for play immediately after the first-seating dinner on your departure day. The poker room also remains open throughout most of the cruise except when the ship is in port.

The Celebrity Solstice is the largest ship ever to set sail under the Celebrity Cruise trademark and is one of the more decorated ships at sea. It also features specialty restaurants, providing delectable cuisine and dinning experiences under chef Jacques Van Staden. Other amenities include a spa and fitness center.

Most Card Player Cruises feature a range of cash games from $2-$4 to $20-$20 no-limit hold’em, $4-$8 to $10-$20 Omaha eight-or-better and $20-$40 mixed games. However, Card Player Cruises staff is happy to spread any game and limit when enough players are interested. All poker games are open to players 18 years of age and older.

Tournament details will be announced as the cruise date approaches.

For those who love cruising but are cautious about dipping their feet into waters with more experienced and professional players, Card Player Cruises has an alternative option. Free beginners lessons for novices are offered followed by a low-limit game for new players only.

Call Card Player Cruises at 888-999-4880 or 702-655-0919 or visit for more information and to book. For more information about Card Player Cruises seven-night Alaskan cruise, click here.

*In order to have access to the poker room, cruises must be booked through Card Player Cruises.