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Un-cruise Ship Reviews

Safari Endeavour
Ranked #1 of 7 Un-cruise Ships
95% Loved It
  • All-inclusive environment; upscale yet expedition-like ship
  • Kayaks, standup paddleboards and hiking poles onboard
  • Enjoy outdoor activity, regardless of athletic prowess
  • Launched: 1983/2012; Passengers: 86
Wilderness Discoverer
Ranked #2 of 7 Un-cruise Ships
82% Loved It
  • Small-ship experience through Alaska's Inside Passage
  • Emphasis on outdoors with kayaking & glacier-trekking
  • Dock in secluded coves & bays, sans cruise-ship crowds
  • Launched: 1992; Passengers: 76
Safari Explorer
Ranked #3 of 7 Un-cruise 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
S.S. Legacy
Ranked #4 of 7 Un-cruise Ships
73% Loved It
  • Low-activity "soft" adventure on a small ship
  • All meals, excursions, alcoholic beverages and one massage are included
  • Attentive crewmembers dress in traditional costumes
  • Launched: 1983, 2013; Passengers: 88
Safari Quest
Ranked #5 of 7 Un-cruise Ships
100% Loved It
  • Intimate yachting experience with 21 guests
  • Pampered, social onboard lifestyle
  • Close encounters with scenery and wildlife
  • Launched: 1992; Passengers: 21
Wilderness Adventurer
Ranked #6 of 7 Un-cruise 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
Wilderness Explorer
Ranked #7 of 7 Un-cruise Ships
100% 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
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Un-cruise Member Reviews

89% Loved It

We have been to Alaska twice before on big ship cruises and thought a small boat cruise would be a way to see Alaska in a different way. It was ... Read more
by mclbrink@comcast.net
We wanted to see Alaska, but are not fans of big cruise ships, nor did we want an extreme nature cruise. This cruise fit the bill. Nice size, ... Read more
by LikeSmallShips
We, a group of 3 couples, took this cruise a couple weeks ago. I cannot say enough good things about this cruise line. When you compare prices of ... Read more
by staceyvols
For many, the Un-Cruise experience begins with being fetched at the airport. This was our second Un-Cruise adventure and we have yet to experience ... Read more
by PDX Steve
This small ship experience is as good as it gets! This was higher priced than the big ships but twice the Alaska experience and ten times the service ... Read more
by Dock girl two
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