Un-Cruise Adventures fills a distinct niche in water-borne travel: guests explore remote and scenic destinations by boutique yachts and small ships with just 22 to 88 like-minded travelers. They have up-close encounters with nature while discovering wildlife-rich seas and shores. They encounter spectacular wilderness: towering glaciers, scenic rivers, remote islands. History and culture come alive. In sum, they have unrushed, uncrowded, truly uncommon experiences.
Un-Cruise Adventures offers explorations of exceptional quality, based on many years of experience. Destinations include the remote reaches of Alaska’s Inside Passage, Mexico’s Sea of Cortés, the Hawaiian Islands, Galápagos Islands, Costa Rica, Panamá, coastal Washington, British Columbia, and the Columbia & Snake Rivers.
Adventure cruise: Eight adventure vessels cast aside the tradition of rigid cruise ship schedules for flexible itineraries and few scheduled port times allowing the vessels to seek out wildlife and maximize adventure activities—hiking, kayaking, paddle boarding, snorkeling, skiff excursions. Yet guests also enjoy the more traditional meaning of cruising with gourmet cuisine, fine wines and specialty microbrews, hot tubs and other amenities.
Wilderness Adventurer—160 feet, 60 passengers in 30 cabins
Wilderness Discoverer—176 feet, 76 passengers in 38 cabins
Wilderness Explorer—186 feet, 74 passengers in 37 cabins
Safari Endeavour – 232 feet, 84 passengers in 42 staterooms
Safari Voyager – 174 feet, 62 passengers in 32 staterooms
Safari Explorer – 145 feet, 36 to 40 passengers in 18 staterooms
Safari Quest – 120 feet, 22 passengers in 11 staterooms
La Pinta—209 feet, 48 passengers in 24 staterooms
River cruise: A replica coastal steamer, fashioned after steam ships that plied the rivers of the U.S. in the early 1900s, sails along the Columbia and Snake Rivers with tours included each day to places of scenic and historical interest.
S.S. Legacy – 192 feet, 88 passengers in 44 staterooms