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Southern Alaska Up Close and Personal!
"We were looking for something in a small boat cruise that included lots of moderate to strenuous outdoor physical activity and as up-close to geography and wildlife as possible. The Un-Cruise "Exploring Muir's..."Read More
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Crobru

2-5 Cruises

Age 70s

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FABULOUS

Review for Wilderness Adventurer to Alaska

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LynnieBNC

First Time Cruiser

Age 70s

Not fans of cruising with 2000 of our "favorite people". Did not want roller coasters, dance revues, etc. So we chose UnCruise. Got into small areas: THREE days in Glacier Bay with Ranger Matt, who was passionate, informative, and very personable. Inforgettable. All the crew were friendly, informative, considerate, helpful, approachable and knowledgeable. No faults. Kayaking 101!! ...
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Sail Date: September 2019

Departure Port: Boston

5 Helpful Votes


Outstanding Trip to Glacier Bay!!

Review for Wilderness Adventurer to Alaska

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rofab

2-5 Cruises

Age 50s

One of the best trips we have ever been on, for sure. If you want a small boat, with great views, wildlife, activities, crew, and food, and 50 adventurous, well traveled people to laugh with for a week, this is a great trip. We had great weather, sunny days, but even if it had been misty or cloudy, which we were expecting in Alaska, the breathtaking scenery, abundant wildlife, opportunities to ...
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Sail Date: June 2018

Departure Port: Boston

10 Helpful Votes


Uncruise Alaskan Expedition Cruise

Review for Wilderness Explorer to Alaska

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mmadhatter

10+ Cruises

Age 60s

First off let me set the tone of the reviewers, we are seasoned cruisers with over 30+ cruises including 5 in Alaska along with a three month Alaska road trip in an RV traveling the main land. We are 59 & 61, together over 45 years and still working. I consider us “Budget Cruisers”, so this trip is way out of our normal affordability. The boat has a capacity of 74. This trip there were ...
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Sail Date: May 2018

Departure Port: Boston

11 Helpful Votes


The only way to cruise Alaska

Review for Safari Endeavour to Alaska

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Pkratz

2-5 Cruises

Age 60s

If you want to see Alaska from the ship's railing twenty stories above the water or from the inside of the ship's casino, then take a big ship cruise. You may see whales, porpoise, or sea lions in the water but simply wave goodbye to them as you and your 3000 fellow passengers sail on by so you don't show up late at your next port of call to buy overpriced trinkets and jewerly. UNCRUISE has ...
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Sail Date: June 2016

Departure Port: Boston

2 Helpful Votes


Whale of a Tale!

Review for Wilderness Explorer to Alaska

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Sashachattanooga

2-5 Cruises

Age 70s

This was our second Un-cruise trip to Alaska. We chose Un-cruise as we wanted a small ship and to have the opportunity for skiff rides, kayaking and hiking. For us it was all about seeing the natural sites and wildlife. The trip began with a whale getting caught in our anchor chain. The Captain and Crew were dedicated to saving the whale. NOAA and a whale expert came to help as no one had seen ...
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Sail Date: August 2017

Departure Port: Boston

11 Helpful Votes


Supremely enjoyable and well run cruise

Review for Safari Explorer to Alaska

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derbybaioey

6-10 Cruises

Age 70s

We chose UnCruise because of a friend's recommendation and our aversion to large cruise ships and preference for adventure cruising. If what you want is floor shows, mega-restaurants, work out gyms, balconies, and relaxing cruising go elsewhere. But if you have a spirit of adventure, want to actually physically do something, encounter Alaska up close AND have fabulous food, personally involved ...
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Sail Date: August 2017

Departure Port: Boston

1 Helpful Vote


* Get off the Grid - Get on an UnCruise *

Review for Safari Explorer to Alaska

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Joe Firenze

6-10 Cruises

Age 50s

AMAZING - 5 days off the grid and Alaska was cool too. UnCruise adventures was like being on an excursion for 7 days. We stopped in every inlet and saw Sea Otters, Sea Lions, bears, Bald eagles, and humpback whales. We hiked, kayaked and watched nature pass. We didn't once stopped at one of those cruise owned ports. We had a park ranger on board that provided tons of information and perspective. ...
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Sail Date: June 2017

Departure Port: Boston

2 Helpful Votes


Great Adventure

Review for Safari Endeavour to Alaska

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DanC8N

2-5 Cruises

Age 70s

Safari Endeavor Alaska John Muir cruise is definitely a cruise for people who enjoy adventure, wildlife, learning, intimacy, and luxury. This is not a cruise for those who want Las Vegas type entertainment, many visits to cities and souvenir shopping, big staterooms, and endless variety on the ship. The staff is excellent: friendly, knowledgeable, with a love for the outdoors and adventure. This ...
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Sail Date: June 2017

Departure Port: Boston

7 Helpful Votes


Great active cruise for kids through grandparents

Review for Wilderness Explorer to Alaska

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ManykidsTraveler

2-5 Cruises

Age 50s

We spent 5 days in Denali before flying from Anchorage to Juneau. We were aboard the Wilderness Explorer for 7 nights exploring the Inner Passage. First and foremost, my son has peanut/tree nut allergies and the chef knew ahead of time and had no nuts in the kitchen for the week we were on board! The pastry chef makes everything from scratch so it was such a huge joy for my son to eat what ...
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Sail Date: June 2017

Departure Port: Boston

Traveled with children

6 Helpful Votes


More than expected

Review for Safari Endeavour to Alaska

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James Wedgworth

6-10 Cruises

Age 60s

The small boat experience of the UnCruise Safari Endeavour exceeded our dreams! From the moment the owner of the cruise line , Dan Blanchard, spoke to our group before boarding until we departed a week later, everything was top notch! Our cabin was #317, yes, it is small. But the only time you will be in the cabin is to shower, dress, and sleep. And it's plenty big enough for that. The best part ...
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Sail Date: May 2017

Departure Port: Boston

5 Helpful Votes


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