“Amazing, incredible, phenomenal and life-changing” is how one of Australia’s foremost experts on small ship cruising, Craig Bowen, describes a deep-nature expedition voyage in Alaska with UnCruise Adventures.He also says that this is why his company, Australian small ship cruising specialist, Cruise Traveller, is offering savings of A$1080 per couple plus low deposits of just $155 per person to enable more Australians to experience spectacular Alaska at its best in 2023.
“The Alaska voyage I enjoyed with UnCruise Adventures a few years ago was easily one of the most amazing expedition cruises I’ve experienced in my 23 years in the industry,” said Cruise Traveller Managing Director, Craig Bowen, adding, “The spectacular scenery is incredible, the abundant wildlife was amazing and the sight of whales all blowing bubbles together to round up fish was phenomenal. And because your journey with UnCruise Adventures is on a small ship, everything is up close and even more stunning – quite life-changing in fact!”
Cruise Traveller is offering the savings and exclusive offer of a low deposit of only A$155 per person on two 14-night ‘Go Wild for Alaska’ cruise and stay packages with UnCruise Adventures in Alaska, starting on April 23 and September 29, 2023.
Each all-inclusive package starts and ends with a night’s stay in Seattle, USA, and includes a 12-night, one-way voyage aboard UnCruise Adventure’s boutique expedition ship, Safari Endeavour, between Seattle and Juneau – the remote capital of Alaska, as well as a connecting flight between the two cities.
Carrying just 86 guests, Safari Endeavour boasts a dining room, bars, library and gym. There is also complimentary use of onboard kayaks, paddleboards and inflatable skiffs for guests to enjoy adventure experiences plus hydrophones for listening to sounds below the water.
Adding to the experience, fares include explorations ashore and onboard beverages so guests can toast the breathtaking scenery. And because of her small size, Safari Endeavour is able to access more secluded and less visited reaches of Alaska, deep in the wilderness, with journeys through tranquil, forested fjords and past mighty glaciers and snow-capped peaks plus visits to remote indigenous communities. Destinations on each of the two voyages between Seattle and Juneau include Icy Point Strait, famous Glacier Bay, Chichagof Island, Sitka, Frederick Sound, LeConte Bay, Ketchikan, Misty Fjords, the Inside Passage and the San Juan Islands.
Including a night pre-cruise and post-cruise in Seattle, a one-way connecting flight between Juneau and Seattle, a 12-night cruise between Seattle and Juneau, onboard beverages and adventures ashore, the 14-night ‘Go Wild for Alaska’ package is available from A$11,995 per person, twin-share – a saving of A$540. Plus pay a deposit of just A$155 per person. Departures are available on April 23 and September 29, 2023.
The savings and low deposit offer are valid for bookings made with Cruise Traveller by June 30, 2022.
Flights from Australia to USA are extra.
Edited by John Alwyn-Jones, Cruise Editor
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