Luxury Small Ship Adventure Cruise Line Announces Return of 84-Passenger Vessel to Alaska This Summer

Juneau, Alaska – (Newsfile Corp. – July 11, 2022) – UnCruise Adventures, a luxury small-ship adventure cruise line, announced the return of its 84-passenger vessel during its sailing season in Alaska this summer. The ship, called Safari Endeavour, was out of service for 26 months due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but returned in May this year with interior updates, modernized saloon decor and a new hull color dark green to match the rest of the wild fleet.

“The Safari Endeavor has been a favorite of guests and crew in the past, so we’re excited to bring her back for busy sailing trips during the Alaskan boating season. For travelers looking for adventure, the Safari Endeavor with UnCruise Adventure can take you on a journey you will remember for a lifetime,” said Captain Dan Blanchard, CEO of UnCruise Adventures.

The UnCruise Adventures fleet includes nine small expedition boats in seven locations. UnCruise Adventures operates from its historic Fisherman’s Terminal offices in Seattle, Washington, and Juneau, Alaska. By bringing the Safari Endeavor back to the fleet this season, UnCruise Adventures will continue to provide guests with a rewarding adventure travel experience, inspiring an appreciation for local cultures and the natural world.

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Contact: Adventures without a cruise
Liz Galloway, Director of Public Relations
Non-cruising PR
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