Safari Quest Cabins

Editor Rating:  4.0
100% of cruisers loved it

Why Choose Safari Quest?

  • 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

Safari Quest Cabins

Editor Rating
Cabins
3.0

The 10 double and one single cabin are compact, ranging from 130 to 160-square ft. Five have fixed queen-size beds; five convert from twin to queen. All have shower-only bathrooms, individual temperature controls, hair dryers, terry robes, fluffy down comforters, VCRs and audio systems. Voltage is 110. Four bright, airy Bridge Deck cabins, built in 1999, feature sliding glass doors that open onto narrow balconies. The cozy Main Deck cabins each have a window, while the recently redecorated Cabin Deck rooms contain a light well near the ceiling with no view.

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Safari Quest Cabin Reviews

Glaciers
Member Since 2003
2 reviews
3,051 forum posts
Sailed October 2016
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dbjennings
Member Since 2014
4 reviews
0 forum posts
Sailed September 2016
There are 3 categories of cabins on 3 decks. If you want a nice view from your cabin, the A cabins should be your choice. I note that there are lovely, comfortable public spaces for viewing if you can't do it from your cabin. The B cabins open to ... Read more
PDX Steve
Member Since 2013
2 reviews
57 forum posts
Sailed May 2016
There are four "Captain" cabins on the deck with the wheelhouse, aka "Bridge." As far as I can tell, they are all virtually the same. They have a floor to ceiling picture window with floor to ceiling (natch) sliding glass door. ... Read more
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Glaciers
Member Since 2003
2 reviews
3,051 forum posts
0 helpful votes
Sailed October 2016
This was our second trip with UnCruise so our expectations were very high as we had a wonderful cruise the first time. Every aspect of the Yachter’s Paradise cruise was exceptional. We were picked up at the airport in Seattle and ... Read more
dbjennings
Member Since 2014
4 reviews
0 forum posts
0 helpful votes
Sailed September 2016
I am an experienced cruiser but this was my smallest ship (boat?) to date. We had 19 passengers, served by a crew/staff of 10. Just looking at the picture of Safari Quest tells a lot. Service was extraordinary. By the end of day 2, we ... Read more
PDX Steve
Member Since 2013
2 reviews
57 forum posts
0 helpful votes
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 that, as our first was in home town Portland and to reach this Seattle departure we enjoyed ... Read more
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