Spangler’s Educational Cruise to Alaska Sets Sail


Science Guy Steve Spangler Sets Sail with Teachers to Alaska for Science at Sea Adventure

DENVER – Emmy award-winning television host and YouTube celebrity Steve Spangler is trading in his messy Mentos and Diet Coke geysers for an amazing adventure through the inside passage of Alaska as he hosts over a hundred educators and science enthusiasts for an adventure called Science at Sea – Alaska. Learn more about this science cruise to Alaska.
Spangler and his team of instructors and naturalists partnered with Holland America Line in 2011 to create this one-of-a-kind professional development opportunity for his fans from around the world. This year’s cruise takes place June 17-24, 2017.

“Our goal for Science at Sea is to create an experience where educators and science enthusiasts get an up and close look at Alaska’s amazing ecology and to gain a better understanding of this science rich treasure,” says Steve Spangler who has been sharing his passion for making science fun for the past 25 years.
Science at Sea participants depart from Vancouver on June 17 aboard Holland America’s Nieuw Amsterdam and will explore Juneau, Glacier Bay, Skagway and Ketchikan. Spangler is joined by John Scheerens, an award-winning naturalist, who will guide the participants on private excursions and experiences in each of the ports of call.
Steve will share highlights of the experience live on NBC affiliate KUSA 9NEWS throughout the week of June 17-24, and his social media followers can track the journey on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Follow @stevespangler for details.

About Steve Spangler

Steve Spangler is a best-selling author, educator and Emmy award-winning science communicator who finds the most creative ways to make science fun. He is the host of the nationally syndicated television series DIY Sci where viewers learn how to use do-it-yourself experiments to amaze friends. Spangler is a frequent guest on the Ellen Show where he never fails to surprise and entertain both Ellen DeGeneres and the Burbank fire department. But Steve may be best known for his science experiment videos on YouTube which have more than 200 million views. Pour yourself a cup of coffee and pull up and we guaranteed you’ll be hooked.
For more information, visit or follow him on social @stevespangler.

Contact Information

Carly Reed | [email protected] | 303.720.1389 |
Learn more about this science cruise to Alaska
Follow Steve’s daily Science at Sea vlog on Facebook and YouTube.



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