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Safari Endeavour Review

More than expected

Review for Alaska Cruise on Safari Endeavour
James Wedgworth
6-10 Cruises • Age 60s

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Sail Date: May 2017

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 of the cabin is the view every time you open a curtain or walk out the door! From Captain Shep, to expedition leader Kent, the guides, the wait staff, bartenders, small craft tenders, and definitely the chef and his staff, the love their job and it shows! One of the really neat things was everyone being in the lounge around 5:30 for happy hour and to hear about the activities of the next day! When everyone had selected their activities an announcement would be made that dinner was ready and we all made our way to the dining room. No pushing and shoving like the big cruise ships, very civilized. This was our first cruise with UnCruise, but it won't be our last!

Cabin Review

Cabin Commander

Everything is so efficient in cabin, no wasted space. Before the trip we were a little concerned about there not being any locks on the door or safe in the room. But it works! Nobody bothers anything that isn't theirs! If you want you can lock the door at night from the inside. There is plenty of storage. And the bathroom, while small, works just fine!

Port Reviews


The city of Juneau was fun and very interesting

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