Find Your True North: A Journey of Self-Discovery  

Find your True North—and ignite your passions—with the Little Spark!

Imagine living an activated, passionate life…visualize how incredibly different your life could be! Envision being embraced in a cocoon of supportive love and acceptance as you are guided by an experienced coach, while you take a deep dive into JOY—a Journey Of You!

Join LuAnn Buechler—the Little Spark—your host and coach on this journey of self-discovery. A highly sought-after coach, speaker and transformational teacher, LuAnn will guide you to find your spark again.

Everything is first created in the mind before it can be manifested in reality. With that awareness, LuAnn will help you uncover the true you seeking to be seen in this world. LuAnn will guide you to uncover your top five passions and help you to create your own unique roadmap to living a passionate life.

If you are ready to invest in yourself and live an inspired and passionate life, join LuAnn Buechler for an incredible, life-changing Journey Of You experience.

LuAnn’s JOY—Journey Of You coaching package includes:

  • Simple yet powerful system to identify your top five passions
  • Create an inspired vision of what you want to attract in your life
  • Design a clear plan of action to craft the life you envision
  • All with the support of an amazing transformational coach by your side for 7 days!
  • BONUS: Four powerful post-cruise coaching calls with LuAnn designed to help you stay on track and help hold you accountable to implement your unique plan for a passionate life!


If you are ready to invest in yourself and live an inspired and passionate life, join LuAnn Buechler for an incredible, life-changing 7-day journey of transformation and JOY—Journey Of You experience.

Book now!

$2250/person STD Ocean View Stateroom/double occupancy.

$3000/person VIP Balcony Stateroom/double occupancy…Gives you access to view all of the scenery from your stateroom plus additional one-on-one coaching with LuAnn.

About Your Host:                          

LuAnn Buechler is an author, speaker, transformational trainer and coach. LuAnn uses her unique personality and experiences to relate to her audiences to deliver presentations that inspire people to achieve the success they desire in business—and in life—by helping them ignite their own personal SPARK!

LuAnn is a working member of the Transformational Leadership Council created by Jack Canfield, best-selling author of the Chicken Soup for the Soul series. LuAnn has spent the last nine years being coached by many TLC leaders such as: Janet Bray Attwood, Marie Diamond, Steve Farber, Dr. Sue Morter, Lisa Nichols, Debra Poneman, Marci Shimoff and many more.


Day Date Port Arrive Depart
1 Sat, 6/8/19 Seattle, United States 4:00 pm
At Sea
2 Sun, 6/9/19 At Sea – Seminar At Sea: Finding Your Passions 1:00 pm 4:00 pm
3 Mon, 6/10/19 Scenic Cruising Stephens Passage, United States
Juneau, United States 1:00 pm 10:00 pm
4 Tue, 6/11/19 Glacier Bay, United States 7:00 am 4:00 pm
5 Wed, 6/12/19 Sitka, United States 8:00 am 5:00 pm
6 Thu, 6/13/19 Ketchikan, United States

Seminar at Sea: Visioning Your Future

7:00 am

2:00 pm

1:00 pm

5:00 pm

7 Fri, 6/14/19 Victoria, Canada

Seminar at Sea: Creating the Plan

6:00 pm

12:00 pm

11:30 pm

4:00 pm

8 Sat, 6/15/19 Seattle, United States 7:00 am
Number of Nights: 7


Cruise Coordinator: Judith Zavala is owner of Cruise Planners. Contact Judith for trip insurance and other cruise information.

About the ms Eurodam

Launching her maiden voyage in July of 2008, Eurodam marks Holland America Line’s new Signature-class ships. Eurodam furthers the evolution of our sophisticated mid-sized ships with 11 passenger decks, a new topside Pan-Asian restaurant and lounge surrounded by panoramic views, an Explorer’s Lounge bar, a new Italian restaurant adjacent to the Lido, elegant luxury jewelry boutique, new atrium bar area, an enhanced and reconfigured show lounge and a new photographic and imaging center. On the technical side, Eurodam features the latest state-of-the-art navigation and safety systems. The ship is powered by six diesel generators and propelled by the latest Azipod® propulsion technology.

Following in the Holland America Line tradition, Eurodam features an exquisite art collection based on the theme, “The Dutch Golden Age — An Inexhaustible Tradition”. Highlighting works by Dutch masters and contemporary artists, some of the pieces featured will include 17th-century watercolor maps by famed cartographer Johannes Vingboons, photo-realistic oil paintings by artist Jan van ‘t Hoff and The NightwatchTwo Minutes Later, a contemporary reinterpretation of Rembrandt’s famous painting.

Ports of Call

Seattle, United States  (Days 1, 8)

Seattle is often characterized by its laid-back attitude and rainy climate, but this thriving metropolis also offers one-of-a-kind architecture, the Olympic and Cascade mountain ranges, and a unique urban sophistication.

Seattle, United States – Attractions & Activities

Pacific Science Center began as the United States Science Pavilion during the 1962 Seattle World’s Fair. Millions came to explore the wonders of science during the World’s Fair and upon closing ceremonies, the Science Pavilion was given new life as the private not-for-profit Pacific Science Center, becoming the first U.S. museum founded as a science and technology center.

Woodland Park Zoo is a conservation and education institution demonstrating the value, beauty and interdependence of all living things. See, touch and explore our amazing underwater world at the Seattle Aquarium. Get face-to-fin with marine life and discover the natural wonders of the Puget Sound. The Space Needle is located at Seattle Center. That’s an apt description of where we are: the center of Seattle. Whatever your interests – theatre, ballet, opera, professional sports, rock ‘n’ roll history, roller coasters, science, movies, shopping, exploring or just plain walking around – the city unfurls from the Space Needle. The Washington Park Arboretum is a spectacular urban green space on the shores of Lake Washington just east of downtown Seattle and south of the University of Washington. Its 230 acres comprise a dynamic, living museum with collections of oaks, conifers, camellias, Japanese maples and hollies that are known internationally as our country’s largest.Check out the Experience Music Project, a rock-n-roll museum known not only for its contents, but for its architectural design.Stroll through the historic district of Pioneer Square, filled with art galleries, restaurants, and plenty of bookstores and boutiques.Gain some historical insight at the Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park.

Scenic Cruising Stephens Passage, United States  (Day 3)


Juneau, United States  (Day 3)

Juneau, Alaska’s remote capital, sits in the state’s panhandle, at the base of 3,819-ft. Mount Roberts. It’s a popular cruise-ship stop, reachable only by boat or seaplane. A tram carries visitors 1,800 feet up Mount Roberts to an alpine area with hiking trails, wildflowers and views of Gastineau Channel.

Juneau, United States – Attractions & Activities

  • Relive Juneau’s gold-rush history and pan for gold in the authentic setting of Gold Creek.
  • Fly in a floatplane over five breathtaking glaciers to the Taku Glacier Lodge.
  • Take a fully narrated helicopter flight over four translucent glaciers within the Juneau Ice Field. Soar past towering peaks and picturesque alpine lakes on this exciting adventure.
  • Explore Juneau on foot. With more trails than roads, Alaska’s capital features world-class hiking – through glacial waterfalls and the largest temperate rainforest in the state.
  • On Auke Bay, take a high-speed catamaran ride specifically designed for wildlife-watching. The bay is rich with humpback and killer whales, sea lions, and porpoises.


Glacier Bay, United States  (Day 4)

Glacier Bay provides travelers with the perfect day of cruising quietly through the best of Alaska. Visitors should have their camera ready to capture the moment giant pinnacles of ice crack off the face of the glaciers.







Sitka, United States  (Day 5)

Sitka has perhaps the richest history of any Alaskan town. Explore the blend of Russian and Native American cultures while enjoying the unspoiled landscape at the gateway to remote Southeast Alaska. Both the local residents and abundant wildlife add to Sitka’s authentic feel.

Sitka, United States – Attractions & Activities

  • Sitka is a hiker’s paradise, with trails of all levels of difficulty threading through the landscape. Try saltwater fishing, sea kayaking or simply stroll along the coast investigating the many tide pools.
  • There is no shortage of history in Sitka, with cultural and heritage hot spots including the Sitka National Historic Park, the Alaska Native Brotherhood Building, a National Historic Landmark, the Isabel Miller Museum, the Sitka National Historical Park and the Southeast Alaska Indian Cultural Center.


Ketchikan, United States  (Day 6)

Ketchikan was originally founded as a Native American fishery before growing during the 1898 Gold Rush to the Klondike. Much of the town’s colorful past is still evident, both in the city center and especially in the nearby Native American villages, where visitors will be enchanted by colorfully carved totem poles and the fascinating legends that surround them.

Ketchikan, United States – Attractions & Activities

  • Experience the sheer granite cliffs, plunging 1,000-foot waterfalls, crystalline lakes and low-hanging mists of Misty Fjords from the air on a seaplane.
  • Visit the Totem Heritage Center and explore the history of these cultural icons which can also be found throughout the city.
  • Stroll through the town and shop for local crafts and jewelry before having lunch at one of Ketchikan’s classic cafes.


Victoria, Canada  (Day 7)

Located on the southern tip on the island of Vancouver in British Columbia, the city of Victoria is probably best known for its mild climate and active outdoor lifestyle. In fact, the city has been named the “fittest city” in Canada more than once. Among the many attractions are world-famous gardens, its 150 years of British history, gourmet dining and fantastic shopping.

Victoria, Canada – Attractions & Activities

  • Visit the world-famous Butchart Gardens or the lush and exotic Butterfly Gardens and see how Victoria earned the nickname “The City of Gardens.”
  • Explore Victoria’s history on a Grand City Drive. Visit the awe-inspiring Craigdarroch Castle with its 39 rooms and five stories of stained glass and end the day with high tea at the world-famous Fairmont Empress Hotel.
  • Tour a few of the local pubs and microbreweries along the Victoria Ale Trail or go wine tasting at one of the area’s award-winning vineyards.
  • Enjoy an afternoon of sightseeing on a tour of exclusive residential districts, historic Chinatown, and Antique Row, one of the many shopping districts.


Cruise Coordinator: Judith Zavala is owner of Cruise Planners. Contact Judith for trip insurance and other cruise information.