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Byline: Kristin Jackson
If you're thinking of taking a cruise to Alaska, there will be ships on Seattle's doorstep this spring and summer offering dozens of weeklong cruises.
Here are ways to find the right ship, and the right price.
The round-trip cruises from Seattle take passengers out of Puget Sound along the British Columbia coast to Southeast Alaska. Ships stop in Victoria, B.C., and various places in Southeast Alaska including Ketchikan, Juneau, Sitka, Skagway, Glacier Bay and Tracey Arm.
The ships based in Seattle this summer are new _ only 2 to 4 years old _ and packed with amenities from lounges, restaurants and bars to spas, pools and …