2015 Alaskan Parts Cruise: A 'Distinctively Different' Experience!

Sixty-six guests from Doosan dealerships across North America celebrated their 2014 Parts sales achievements with a seven-day Alaskan cruise.  The Princess Cruise Lines ship Coral Princess departed from Vancouver, British Columbia on Wednesday, May 13 for the "Voyage of the Glaciers" to explore the many wonders of Alaska. 

After the ship's departure, an opening reception provided the opportunity for Doosan guests to meet each other.  Passengers soon found themselves in the heart of the Alaskan wilderness as the ship traveled to Ketchikan, Juneau, Skagway and Glacier Bay. 

"We fell in love with the three port towns, especially Ketchikan!  I absolutely loved it there!
Thanks, Doosan, for an incredible trip...all I can say is WOW!"   
- John Callen, Wisconsin Lift Truck Corporation

 

The week was filled with exciting outdoor adventures and sightseeing to enjoy.  Guests spotted humpback whales, sea lions, porpoises and sea otters on the popular whale watching excursion.  Many guests visited the Mendenhall Glacier, with breathtakingly beautiful waterfalls and icebergs.  Other optional excursions included visiting Totem Bight State Park, home to fourteen totem poles, and taking the scenic White Pass and Yukon Route railroad journey.  The unforgettable scenery was a photographer's paradise, with numerous glaciers, trees filled with majestic bald eagles and snowcapped mountains. 

Doosan guests were invited to join each other for dinner nightly in a special reserved section of the Provence dining room.  Many guests met for breakfast and lunch each day as well. 

"Thank you for the wonderful time, incredible trip and amazing memories.  We enjoyed the cruise and spending time with our fellow Doosan friends and families."
- Kim Kraft, Forklifts of North Dakota

  

The Doosan 2015 Alaskan Parts Cruise built friendships and offered unlimited opportunities for spectacular views and great conversation.  Guests arrived back in Anchorage, Alaska on Wednesday, May 20.