Un-cruise Wilderness Discoverer Cruise Reviews

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Tomroof
Member Since 2016
1 review
Un-Cruise choosen to stay in USA and do a river type cruise. Beautiful scenery trip could be done by taking your own car and use ferry system, where you could be more independent.Good variety of meals were served at 7:30,12:30 and 6:30 ... Read more
shtexas
Member Since 2010
4 reviews
5 forum posts
6 helpful votes
We had never been to the Seattle area and wanted to see as much of the area as possible. The Un-Cruise from Seattle was an excellent way to see this area. Each day we would be at anchor near a different island. In the evenings after ... Read more
Loubear
Member Since 2015
1 review
19 helpful votes
There is something very special about cruising the Inside Passage, especially on a smaller ship, however I wondered do these smaller ships really take advantage of their smaller size. We are from Australia, so seeing humpback whales is ... Read more
katannsed
Member Since 2015
1 review
9 helpful votes
As many have said before in the small vs. large cruise discussions, small cruises really are a lot more flexible, and the captain has a lot of leeway in deciding where to go based on weather and wildlife sightings, etc. That is a huge ... Read more
mukson
Member Since 2014
1 review
4 forum posts
4 helpful votes
I realize i am the naysayer on these guys, Perhaps i believed the brochures too much as UnCruise is still pretty "cruise" like in many ways. the impression given by their marketing is that this cruise is a chance to get close ... Read more
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quinnc
Member Since 2014
1 review
1 helpful vote
We just returned from a 7 night cruise on the Wilderness Discoverer. Words cannon describe our wonderful experience. The accomodations were perfect. The food outrageously delicious. The crew was wonderful in every way possible. If you want ... Read more
Gloria Mundi
Member Since 2011
2 reviews
437 forum posts
2 helpful votes
My husband and I took the Wilderness Discoverer from Ketchikan to Juneau last week. We’d taken this ship and this itinerary two years before, so we knew what it would be like and were looking forward to it! In many ways, it was even ... Read more
Liowa
Member Since 2013
1 review
Recently retired from teaching, we chose this un-cruise because of the opportunity to get into Alaska, not just see it. The Discoverer has 72 cabins, comfortable public areas, sun deck with seating and fitness equipment. Appeared that the ... Read more
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kskingsford
Member Since 2014
1 review
1 helpful vote
This cruise was to be my daughter and my last big trip together before she graduates from High School. We had some very high expectations and all were met and exceeded on this trip.  We traveled with a group of 12 Girl Scouts and ... Read more
tmmaddux6
Member Since 2013
1 review
3 helpful votes
My husband and I and 3 friends went on an Un-Cruise Adventures Inner Reaches of the Eastern Coves of Alaska --small ship cruise on July 27 to August 3 of 2013. We cruised from Juneau to Ketchikan aboard the ship named Wilderness ... Read more
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edwin gary
Member Since 2013
1 review
1 helpful vote
From the time we embarked until journeys end this really was a great experience. On arrival at ship we were greeted by a large number of the crew, introduced to our cabin boy/girl and escorted to our small but certainly adequate ... Read more
Jeanne M.
Member Since 2013
1 review
The views of Alaska from the boat are beautiful, but by hiking in the forests you see behind all those trees to the temperate rain forest. It is full of green growth - vines, lichen, moss, leaves and voluptuous beauty. We were able to walk ... Read more
jdavis61
Member Since 2013
1 review
Sailed May 2013
Where do I start? The ship (Wilderness Discoverer)- We were in the Navigator level cabin. It is the least expensive and on the lowest level. It is small( about 8x10) but though snug, we found it really neat. The window opens to the sea and ... Read more
phillydoc12
Member Since 2012
1 review
I am not a cruiser. I can think of few less appealing vacations than traveling from touristy port town to another touristy port town with 3000 of my closest friends. However, my desire to see the inside passage of Alaska beat out my desire ... Read more
Gloria Mundi
Member Since 2011
2 reviews
437 forum posts
1 helpful vote
My husband and I have traveled widely but never taken a cruise- we were always turned off at the prospect of mega-ships, crowds, long lines, activities that didn't interest us, and nickel-and-dime extra fees for everything. We ordered ... Read more
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activefamily
Member Since 2012
1 review
We sailed with Innersea Discovervies in June of 2012 on their Ketchikan to Juneau route as a family of three with a 12 year old girl. We are an active family that does not typically select group vacations of any sort, including cruises. ... Read more
elaine3Southport
Member Since 2012
1 review
We have travelled extensively as a family and wanted to see Alaska, but in an active setting where we could hike and interact with nature. We did not want to sit and eat, get formally dressed for dinner, but we wanted excellent, healthy ... Read more
akh345
Member Since 2012
1 review
1 helpful vote
I work in the hospitality industry in a vacation destination, and InnerSeas Discovery takes the cake on anyone I've ever worked with!! From the moment we started planning to when the captain hugged us all goodbye as we disembarked, I ... Read more
nbdurango
Member Since 2012
1 review
Sailed June 2012
We have never "cruised." We are self-support river trippers, boaters, back country skiers, etc. So our idea of a vacation is getting away from people. We wanted to see Alaska's Inside Passage but we didn't want to do a self-support kayak ... Read more
Cowgirl10
Member Since 2010
2 reviews
1 forum post
In September, 2011, we took the most amazing cruise aboard the Wilderness Adventure, Innersea Discoveries. The cruise from Juneau to Ketchikan took us into the eastern coves of Alaska's Inside Passage. The ship accommodates only 60 ... Read more
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Pam
Member Since 2000
6 reviews
799 forum posts
I had the wonderful opportunity of cruising on the Wilderness Discoverer in July 2011, with my husband and 22 year old very athletic son. In one word: AWESOME We were able to participate in various levels of activities every day. We ... Read more
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law-prof
Member Since 2011
1 review
7 helpful votes
We booked this cruise because the website promised it was unlike others - it was an "uncruise". The brochure promised that there would only be "up to 49 guests", and that the trip could be highly active ("Whether you are looking for ... Read more
Yrm222
Member Since 2012
1 review
2 forum posts
As a former CruiseWest Alaska fan, I've been looking for a replacement. My travel agent recommended that I try InnerSea Discoveries. I had a reasonably nice time on this cruise but I am not sure I will try this company again. ... Read more

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