Define Your Un-ness
UnCruise Adventures has spent 28 years cruising in the places the big ships can't reach. With just 22 - 86 guests on board, you will get to know everyone. Our crew knows your name, your cabin, and how you like your martini. Expert and engaging guides are the heart of the experience. They will teach you, encourage you, and lead you on grand adventures. After a full day kayaking and bushwhacking, you come back to locally and ethically sourced gourmet meals that will surprise you on an expedition style boat. Learn more about us: uncruise.com/pages/our-uncruise-story
Insider TipCan't decide which amazing entrée to try? If you ask, the kitchen will provide you half of one and half of another!
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Safari Endeavour is a guest favorite, and it's easy to see why. Her shining wood fixtures and accents give class to this 42-cabin expedition vessel. Roomy lounge, dining room, and two hot tubs give space for everyone to enjoy. EZ-launch platform is your gateway to the wilderness where we play.
Safari Explorer is the princess of the fleet, our flagship. She carries up to 36 guests in comfort in Hawaii and Alaska. From her heated tile bathroom floors to her spacious lounge, library, and piano, guests come back from wilderness adventures to pampered comfort. Frequently chartered.
Safari Quest is our most intimate vessel at 11 cabins. The perfect combination of comfort and class. Library for private time. Sectional in the lounge for family time. Dining room full of windows for exquisite meals. Comfy beds and bathrooms with heated tile floors. Heaven. Frequently chartered.
Safari Voyager brings international flair to the fleet. Native inspired art, bed linens, and soft goods. 270 degree wrap around windows in the lounge. Indoor and al fresco dining spaces. With 32 cabins, she carries up to 64 guests through Latin America. EZ kayak launch sends you out for adventure.
Wilderness Adventurer takes her name to heart. With just 30 cabins, she heads straight out to places the larger ships can't go. Her EZ launch platform makes getting out there in your kayak a breeze. Come back from a bushwhack to gourmet food in a casual environment. Perfect.
Wilderness Discoverer goes to the areas never visited. Her 37 cabins keep you snug in bed at night - but that's the only time you'll be there. EZ launch platform for day fun. Lounge and bar with an Alaskan lodge feel. Great food and expert presentations in casual space. Hot tub under the stars.
Never a dull moment on Wilderness Explorer. She sails multiple routes in Alaska, allowing for 14 night cruises. Her 36 cabins are a comfy place to catch your breath before heading out for your next adventure! Her lounge and dining rooms are bright with windows, and her hot tub is front and center.
Wilderness Legacy's beautiful looks hide her taste for adventure. With more viewing space from deck than any other boat, you'll never miss a thing. 43 cabins. Huge lounge with piano. Equally huge Commodore Suite up top. The Sea Dragon launches kayaks and skiffs. Fine dining in flip flops. Perfect.
The elegant 48-guest La Pinta is the physical creation of the combined dreams shared by captains, crew, guides, and guests over the years. This beautiful yacht features spacious cabins with floor-to-ceiling windows and sophisticated yet relaxed decks and lounges. Dine indoors or al fresco.
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Inland Passage Cruise with Alaska as the Focus
Reviewed on: 08 Jul 2015
Reviewed on: 27 Nov 2015
Outstanding Itinerary & Expedition Staff
Reviewed on: 26 Jun 2016
Reviewed on: 20 Jul 2016
Skilled, friendly helpful crew
By: P & C
Reviewed on: 05 Jan 2017
Reviewed on: 02 Feb 2017
Baja California/Sea of Cortes
Reviewed on: 11 Feb 2017
The cruise for people who hate cruises
By: Leland B
Reviewed on: 16 Jan 2018
Reviewed on: 26 Jan 2018
Reviewed on: 02 Mar 2018
Reviewed on: 09 Mar 2018
UnCruise does it again
Reviewed on: 17 Mar 2018
Alaska inland passage
Reviewed on: 20 Sep 2018
Baja Mexico trip
Reviewed on: 15 Feb 2019
Room for improvement
Reviewed on: 09 Mar 2019
Sea of Cortes Uncruise
Reviewed on: 01 Apr 2019
Reviewed on: 01 Sep 2019
Reviewed on: 04 Oct 2019
Alaska July 9 - 16 Northern Passage and Glacier Bay
Reviewed on: 23 Jul 2022
Reviewed on: 29 Jul 2023
Safari Endeavor 2023
Reviewed on: 04 Aug 2023
A key part of operating a responsible business is ensuring we positively impact the communities we visit. This core value is part of our initial itinerary planning on operations management and office practices. Whether it's a cruise donation to an organization for a fundraising effort or partnering with locals for tours, we look for ways to share the wealth and enrich the lives of those we meet.
- Purchase local food and supplies
- Serve only sustainable seafood and partner with Monterey Bay Aquarium's Seafood Watch program
- Partner with local people for cultural tours/presentations
- Follow "Leave No Trace" practices
- Purchase supplies with less packaging to reduce waste
- Recycle wherever facilities exist
- Eco-friendly bath amenities onboard in refillable containers
- Reusable water bottles in each cabin for guest use; no bottled water on board
- Donate to local organizations in areas where we operate
Additionally, UnCruise adheres to these guidelines and codes of conduct in our efforts to protect wildlife and habitat and to minimize our impact in the places we explore:
- Killer Whales - Marine Mammal Protection Act and Endangered Species Act to protect killer whales. Visit www.bewhalewise.org to learn more.
- Humpback Whales - Humpback Whale Approach Regulations "Code of Conduct" for Marine Mammal Viewing. See guidelines at www.fakr.noaa.gov.
- Marine Mammals and terrestrial wildlife - Marine Mammal Protection Act of 1972