UnCruise Adventures Ships

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Safari Endeavour
Ranked #1 of 7 UnCruise Ships
96% Loved It
  • Pro: Upscale adventure includes free massage, a wine bar and hot tub
  • Con: : Very little onboard entertainment, both between activities and at night
  • Bottom Line:Go for the endless wildlife sightseeing, but enjoy the upscale amenities
  • Launched: 1983/2012;  Passengers: 86
Wilderness Explorer
Ranked #2 of 7 UnCruise Ships
93% Loved It
  • 76-passenger expedition ship explores Alaska's Glacier Bay and Hawaiian Islands
  • Kayaks, standup paddleboards, snorkeling equipment included in the price
  • Larger lounge than other Un-Cruise Adventures vessels
  • Launched: 2012;  Passengers: 76
S.S. Legacy
Ranked #3 of 7 UnCruise Ships
80% Loved It
  • Pro: Meals, excursions, alcoholic beverages and one massage are included
  • Con: Cabins do not have private balconies
  • Bottom Line: Cozy ship with rustic charm, ideal for history buffs
  • Launched: 1983, 2013;  Passengers: 88
Wilderness Discoverer
Ranked #1 of 7 UnCruise Ships
78% Loved It
  • Pro: Visit off-the-beaten path ports; emphasis on kayaking and hiking
  • Con: No onboard entertainment, both during the day between excursions and in the evening
  • Bottom Line:Choose for the itinerary, wildlife viewing and active excursions, not the onboard experience
  • Launched: 1992;  Passengers: 76
Safari Explorer
Ranked #2 of 7 UnCruise Ships
76% Loved It
  • All-inclusive with no charge for drinks or most excursions
  • Balance of casual luxury and authentic exploration
  • 36-passenger ship small enough to get into tiny coves
  • Launched: 1998, renovated 2008;  Passengers: 36
Safari Quest
Ranked #3 of 7 UnCruise Ships
100% Loved It
  • Pro: An intimate yachting experience in scenic locales
  • Con: Lower level cabins offer no outside views
  • Bottom Line: Perfect for cruisers who enjoy active pursuits like kayaking and hiking
  • Launched: 1992;  Passengers: 21
Wilderness Adventurer
Ranked #4 of 7 UnCruise Ships
100% Loved It
  • 60-passenger expedition ship explores Alaska's small coves and ports
  • Kayaks, standup paddleboards and guided hikes included in price
  • Enclosed top-deck lounge with seating
  • Launched: 2011;  Passengers: 60
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