Just got back from the June 25 - July 2 Wonder cruise to Alaska. Had a GREAT time, but if I could change one thing, it would be longer port times, especially for Victoria and Ketchikan. Also, because the ship leaves so early, many of the excursions met at 7:30 am! Tracy Arm: Although Disney says they have photographers on Decks 4, 9 and 10, we only saw them on Deck 10. We were waiting around all day on Deck 9, and only caught one when he was coming down from Deck 10. We entered Tracy Arm around 1 pm, arrived at the Sawyer Glacier around 3 pm, and turned around and left around 4:30 pm. Skagway: If you go to the City Tour, White Pass Railroad and Yukon Suspension Bridge tour, BRING MOSQUITO REPELLANT!!! The suspension bridge stop was thick with them and they are deadly! DS got bit so badly his entire hand was swollen for a couple of days. The City Tour is a bit of a mismoner, since the "city" is only about 4 blocks. The bus then takes you up into Fraser, BC, making a few stops for scenic views and to build a tower of rocks that guided the native people (I forgot the name of this). Then it stops at the Suspension Bridge, where the gift shop has great maple syrup cream cookies!!! We took the White Pass Railroad train back into Skagway - it was beautiful, but we were so tired from getting up so early, DD fell asleep on the train! Our main gripe is that the train drops you off in town, and the directions back to the ship are not very clear. We ended up on the other side of the harbor, and had to backtrack to get back. Juneau: We did the Whale Quest and Mendenhall Glacier tour. They provide binoculars on the boat for the whale quest, and we saw lots of humpbacks and seals and bald eagles. They give out homemade donut holes and samples of smoked salmon, and you can buy other consessions. The boat was comfortable and covered, since it rained all day on us. As for the glacie, you don't really walk out onto the glacier; you really only have time to go to the visitors center there. Ketchikan: We did the Saxman Native Village and Lumberjack Show. Both are excellent. Learned a lot about the Tlingit culture and totem poles. The show was entertaining. Just wished we had longer in port - had to leave by 12:30.