HomeUSAAlaskaUn-Cruise Adventures Adds Seattle Round-trips to Pacific Northwest Program

Un-Cruise Adventures, the company formerly known as American Safari Cruises and InnerSea Discoveries, returns to the Pacific Northwest this year with 19 Luxury Adventure cruises on the newly renovated 22-guest Safari Quest and a new itinerary sailing round-trip from Seattle.

The weeklong “Pacific Northwest Passage” cruises depart from Seattle from March to May and September to November. Areas visited will include Harmony Islands, Princess Louisa Inlet, Jervis Inlet, Nanaimo, Gulf Islands and Victoria, B.C., and San Juan Islands and Friday Harbor, Wash.

The Safari Quest will operate those cruises shortly after a major refurbishment of interior spaces including the Captain staterooms on Bridge Deck and a new hot tub on the Observation Deck. A new bow camera streams underwater views of dolphins and other sea life to TVs in the lounge and staterooms.

The upscale yacht has 11 staterooms, all with Tempur-pedic memory foam mattresses, iPod docking station and flat-screen TV with DVD player. The four Captain staterooms feature sliding glass doors and French balconies. Other amenities include fitness equipment and a DVD/book library.’

Rates begin at $3,995 per person based on double occupancy. The Luxury Adventure includes all meals, premium wine, beer and spirits, transfers, port fees and taxes.

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