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  • Fleet of seven, carrying 22 to 88 passengers
  • Cruise Alaska, Sea of Cortez, Coastal Washington and British Columbia, Hawaii, Columbia and Snake rivers
  • Off-the-beaten-track eco-tourism combined with luxury cruising
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17 Un-cruise Fitness Cruise Reviews

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Dogman49
Member Since 2016
1 review
0 forum posts
0 helpful votes
PROS We chose this cruise because - being a small boat it get's to places the big ships can't go (max 70 passengers). We stood 30 metres off shore from calving Glaciers - wow ! The sea and land scenery were simply awesome. Every ... Read more
Dock girl two
Member Since 2016
1 review
0 forum posts
4 helpful votes
Sailed May 2016
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 and included activities. Incredible wines and top shelf liquors included. We had the ... Read more
thepowells
Member Since 2015
1 review
0 forum posts
4 helpful votes
Sailed September 2015
We are not leisure cruisers, but this adventure cruise captured our imaginations. The size of the ship, the destination and the activities were all appealing to us, and the cruise was certainly not a disappointment. Our cabin was basic ... Read more
lakec1234
Member Since 2015
1 review
0 forum posts
9 helpful votes
Sailed September 2015
I continue to relive this trip six weeks later. It was a wonderful experience. I shared a room with my adult daughter and it was comfortable. We controlled the heat which was very nice. The beds were great. We were in 213 and kept our ... Read more
RmmIkelman
Member Since 2015
1 review
0 forum posts
11 helpful votes
Sailed September 2015
I've wanted to visit Alaska for years but a traditional cruise doesn't appeal to me. I was so excited to discover Un-Cruise. It exceeded my very high expectations. The crew is friendly, funny, professional and will do anything to make sure ... Read more

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travelbunnyvic
Member Since 2008
2 reviews
5 forum posts
2 helpful votes
As a resident of Southern California and a regular visitor to Seattle, I've spent time in the San Juan Islands and up and near Vancouver/Victoria. I had heard about the Princess Louisa Inlet and decided this was the year to explore. ... Read more
bobpeters
Member Since 2015
1 review
0 forum posts
5 helpful votes
The Safari Endeavour is the second largest ship in the Un-Cruise line with 42 cabins. We went on one previous cruise on a large cruise ship and did not enjoy it. It was large and massive, dumping 2,000 people into each port. While ... Read more
Sally F
Member Since 2014
1 review
0 forum posts
1 helpful vote
Sailed August 2014
My husband and I are not cruise people but this one ticked all our boxes. A small boat with only 60 passengers but very comfortable with great food, a fabulous crew and lots of interesting excursions. We enjoyed getting out into the ... Read more
jillwaldon
Member Since 2015
1 review
0 forum posts
4 helpful votes
It's Spring 2015 and I simply cannot let the season escape without finally writing my review on the trip of a lifetime, that I was madly planning this time last year... The hubby and I came into an unexpected gift of money and wanted to ... Read more
sphere49
Member Since 2013
1 review
0 forum posts
1 helpful vote
Sailed September 2013
We got lucky and found Un-Cruise Adventures online. We wanted, and got, a wonderful small-ship adventure, totally unlike the corporate behemoths of the seas that hold no appeal for us. The descriptions in the company brochure, in print and ... Read more

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jannob
Member Since 2013
1 review
0 forum posts
1 helpful vote
My family of four (including two teenagers), have traveled a lot but we had never been to Alaska and wanted to see as much as we could. With only a week to explore, the Safari Endeavor was the perfect size and added a bit of luxury to our ... Read more
pwchief
Member Since 2009
7 reviews
5 forum posts
1 helpful vote
Embarkation - Drop your luggage and check in at the Baranof Hotel in Downtown Juneau by 2pm. The group is led down to the ship around 5:00pm, by bus or a 10 minute walk. Good shopping is near by for you to pick up last second things like ... Read more
Gloria Mundi
Member Since 2011
2 reviews
435 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
elaine3Southport
Member Since 2012
1 review
0 forum posts
0 helpful votes
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
Cowgirl10
Member Since 2010
2 reviews
1 forum post
0 helpful votes
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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Yrm222
Member Since 2012
1 review
2 forum posts
0 helpful votes
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
jdtravels
Member Since 2011
1 review
0 forum posts
1 helpful vote
The fabled Sea of Cortes along Mexico's Baja Peninsula has been heralded by Jacques Cousteau as "The Aquarium of the World" and by naturalists as "America's Galapagos." Fewer cruise lines than ever are making extended voyages into this ... Read more

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