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Famed Passage of Discovery

13 Days / 12 Nights
Seattle to Juneau or Juneau to Seattle
From USD$4,928 per person
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Highlights: Seattle | Canada's Inside Passage | Mist Fjords National Monument | Ketchikan | Frederick Sound | Juneau Like the intrepid explorers before you, cruise Canada’s and Alaska’s Inside Passages for twelve nights. Glacial fjords, winding passages, rainforest, totems, wildlife, adventure—it’s all there.

  • Cruise Alaska’s and Canada’s Inside Passages
  • Native culture, whales, and wildlife viewing
  • Kayak, paddle board, and hike
  • Explore Misty Fjords National Monument and Fords Terror
  • Dawes Glacier and the ice-rich waters of Endicott Arm
  • Watch for whales in Stephens Passage
  • Adventure activity in Thomas Bay and Tongass National Forest
  • Wrangell’s Kiksetti Totem Park and Chief Shakes Tribal House
  • Transit Wrangell Narrows and wildlife-rich Behm Canal

Adventure Cruises Focused on experiencing life on the outside—rain or shine—we offer different destinations, a mix of price points (some generously inclusive), and an exciting range of multi-sport activities aboard our adventure cruises. Kayaking, stand-up paddle boarding (SUP), hiking, snorkeling, inflatable skiff excursions, and cultural encounters top the agenda. Our experiential cruise vacations are delivered from a variety of platforms, and depending on your choices, will accommodate from 22 to 84 like-minded guests. We provide the adventure, equipment, opportunities, fun, expert crew, expedition guides, and the vessel. The rest... is up to you.

Day 1 Seattle, Washington – Embarkation Welcome to Seattle! Depending on your vessel, you’ll sail north from downtown Seattle admiring the waterfront skyline view, or depart from Fishermen’s Terminal transiting the Hiram M. Chittenden Locks where you're lowered twenty feet into the Salish Sea.

Day 2 San Juan Islands, Washington Gunkhole close to shore by skiff or kayak, exploring this serene archipelago—first charted by European explorers in 1791. Join your expedition guides along the shoreline and in the forest for invigorating hikes and discoveries. And keep watch for local residents—harbor seals, orcas, eagles, sea stars.

Day 3 Salish Sea / Canada's Inside Passage Mountains rise higher and fjords become more dramatic. Intricate waterways and fjords alongside temperate rainforests are ideal for sighting orca, seals, sea lions, sea otters, dolphins, porpoise, sea birds, and spotting bald eagles from on deck. Unlock the natural history of the area and discover how Native influences and the fishing and forest industries have shaped these sparsely-populated islands and communities.

Day 4 Canada's Inside Passage Take in the pure, wilderness air and fill your days through the passage with splendid scenery, relaxation, and plenty of onboard activities. Your expedition team aims to entertain and keep you busy with engaging presentations, games, and enlightening narration.

Day 5 Canada's Inside Passage Pass the ghost town of Butedale, on British Columbia’s Princess Royal Island, before passing through Prince Rupert, BC and crossing the US/Canadian border into Alaska.

Day 6 Ketchikan, Alaska Alaska’s southernmost city and “salmon capital of the world” also claims fame to having the world’s largest collection of standing totem poles. Explore Tlingit and Haida cultures, and the notorious Creek Street, once a red-light district in downtown Ketchikan.

Day 7 Misty Fjords National Monument Home to nearly every ecosystem in Southeast Alaska—stunning glacial valleys filled with seawater, untouched wetlands and estuaries, and 3,000-foot vertical cliffs that are a haven for wildlife. Soak in the splendor of this largely unknown corner of the world with an up-close look at this majestic, 2.3 million-acre wilderness.

Day 8 Behm Canal Wildlife abounds in Behm Canal and the surrounding Tongass National Forest—orca, porpoise, seals, black bears, mink, eagles, and otters. Paddle along pristine waterways or venture out on an intertidal shore walk.

Day 9 Wrangell Home to native culture, wildlife, and wonder—Wrangell is one of the oldest towns in Alaska. Brush up on your Tlingit culture and view recently carved totem poles at Kiksetti Totem Park. Wander past the fishing marina to the famed and historically significant Chief Shakes Tribal House. Touch Wrangell's storied past at the artifact-filled museum.

Day 10 Wrangell Narrows / Thomas Bay Bright red and green navigation lights guide you along “Christmas Tree Lane” as you cruise the winding Wrangell Narrows. Step into the back country of Alaska's wilderness, in an area known for glaciers and rich in gold and quartz. Explore glacial landscapes marked by moraines, muskegs, and mud. Adventure and natural beauty are sure to please whether you choose kayaking, paddle boarding, skiff riding, or hiking today.

Day 11 Stephens Passage Keep watch for colossal marine life—humpback and orca are frequent residents of these waters—as your captain navigates through Southeast’s remote fjords. Hike through an other-worldly landscape of hanging waterfalls and emerald greens. Or investigate the wild inner reaches of a salt chuck—a tidal salt-water lake—by kayak and paddle board, keeping a lookout for bears, heron, moose, mink, and harbor seals.

Day 12 Endicott Arm / Fords Terror Snow covered mountains, glowing blues, and the white thunder of calving ice at Dawes Glacier complete your last day. Gliding through Endicott Arm, you’ll likely spy harbor seals and their pups lounging on “bergy bits” in the water. And if the tides allow, explore Fords Terror—a narrow passageway with towering walls and cascading waterfalls. At the end of the day, join the Captain for a sumptuous Farewell Dinner and reminisce with a slideshow of your journey from the crew.

Day 13 Juneau, Alaska – Disembarkation Disembark after breakfast and transfer directly to the Juneau airport.

Due to the nature of our explorations, itineraries are guidelines and will change in order to maximize wildlife and natural encounters. Variations in itinerary and the order of days may occur.

Onboard Inclusions:

  • All onboard meals
  • Non alcoholic beverages
  • Exclusive transfers and baggage handling between airport/vessel on embark/dis embark days
  • Entry fees to national parks/preserves
  • From the vessel adventure activities and equipment
  • Wellness program
  • Hot tub, sauna
  • Fitness equipment
  • Yoga mats
  • Port fees and taxes

Departure dates

2017 Departures Safari Endeavour (NB) May 02; (SB) Sep 10 Safari Explorer (NB) May 14; (SB) Sep 08 Safari Quest (NB) May 28; (SB) Aug 18 Wilderness Discoverer (NB) May 15; (SB) Sep 02 Wilderness Explorer (SB) Sep 23

(NB) Seattle to Juneau (SB) Juneau to Seattle

Pricing

All pricing is in United States of America USD$

TWIN

Safari Endeavour
Stateroom (Master Cabin)
02 May & 10 Sep, 2017
Stateroom (Commander Cabin)
02 May & 10 Sep, 2017
Stateroom (Captain Cabin)
02 May & 10 Sep, 2017
Stateroom (Admiral Cabin)
02 May & 10 Sep, 2017
Stateroom (Commodore Suite)
07 May & 10 Sep, 2017

Safari Explorer
Stateroom (Master Cabin)
14 May & 08 Sep, 2017
Stateroom (Commander Cabin)
14 May & 08 Sep, 2017
Stateroom (Captain Cabin)
14 May & 08 Sep, 2017
Stateroom (Admiral Cabin)
14 May & 08 Sep, 2017
Stateroom (Commodore Suite)
14 May & 08 Sep, 2017

Safari Quest
Stateroom (Mariner Cabin)
28 May & 18 Aug, 2017
Stateroom (Commander Cabin)
28 May & 18 Aug, 2017
Stateroom (Captain Cabin)
28 May & 18 Aug, 2017

Wilderness Discoverer
Stateroom (Navigator)
15 May & 02 Sep, 2017
Stateroom (Trailblazer)
15 May & 02 Sep, 2017
Stateroom (Pathfinder)
15 May & 02 Sep, 2017
Stateroom (Explorer)
15 May & 02 Sep, 2017

Wilderness Explorer
Stateroom (Trailblazer)
23 Sep, 2017
Stateroom (Pathfinder)
23 Sep, 2017
Stateroom (Explorer)
23 Sep, 2017

-
-
$7,061
-
$7,381
-
$8,021
-
$8,875
-
$11,861
-
-
-
$10,048
-
$10,688
-
$11,435
-
$12,715
-
$14,635
-
-
-
$10,261
-
$11,755
-
$12,608
-
-
-
$4,928
-
$6,421
-
$7,061
-
$9,728
-
-
-
$5,781
-
$6,421
-
$8,128

Prices are per person based on double occupancy and include all taxes and port charges.

Day 1 Seattle, Washington – Embarkation Welcome to Seattle! Depending on your vessel, you’ll sail north from downtown Seattle admiring the waterfront skyline view, or depart from Fishermen’s Terminal transiting the Hiram M. Chittenden Locks where you're lowered twenty feet into the Salish Sea.

Day 2 San Juan Islands, Washington Gunkhole close to shore by skiff or kayak, exploring this serene archipelago—first charted by European explorers in 1791. Join your expedition guides along the shoreline and in the forest for invigorating hikes and discoveries. And keep watch for local residents—harbor seals, orcas, eagles, sea stars.

Day 3 Salish Sea / Canada's Inside Passage Mountains rise higher and fjords become more dramatic. Intricate waterways and fjords alongside temperate rainforests are ideal for sighting orca, seals, sea lions, sea otters, dolphins, porpoise, sea birds, and spotting bald eagles from on deck. Unlock the natural history of the area and discover how Native influences and the fishing and forest industries have shaped these sparsely-populated islands and communities.

Day 4 Canada's Inside Passage Take in the pure, wilderness air and fill your days through the passage with splendid scenery, relaxation, and plenty of onboard activities. Your expedition team aims to entertain and keep you busy with engaging presentations, games, and enlightening narration.

Day 5 Canada's Inside Passage Pass the ghost town of Butedale, on British Columbia’s Princess Royal Island, before passing through Prince Rupert, BC and crossing the US/Canadian border into Alaska.

Day 6 Ketchikan, Alaska Alaska’s southernmost city and “salmon capital of the world” also claims fame to having the world’s largest collection of standing totem poles. Explore Tlingit and Haida cultures, and the notorious Creek Street, once a red-light district in downtown Ketchikan.

Day 7 Misty Fjords National Monument Home to nearly every ecosystem in Southeast Alaska—stunning glacial valleys filled with seawater, untouched wetlands and estuaries, and 3,000-foot vertical cliffs that are a haven for wildlife. Soak in the splendor of this largely unknown corner of the world with an up-close look at this majestic, 2.3 million-acre wilderness.

Day 8 Behm Canal Wildlife abounds in Behm Canal and the surrounding Tongass National Forest—orca, porpoise, seals, black bears, mink, eagles, and otters. Paddle along pristine waterways or venture out on an intertidal shore walk.

Day 9 Wrangell Home to native culture, wildlife, and wonder—Wrangell is one of the oldest towns in Alaska. Brush up on your Tlingit culture and view recently carved totem poles at Kiksetti Totem Park. Wander past the fishing marina to the famed and historically significant Chief Shakes Tribal House. Touch Wrangell's storied past at the artifact-filled museum.

Day 10 Wrangell Narrows / Thomas Bay Bright red and green navigation lights guide you along “Christmas Tree Lane” as you cruise the winding Wrangell Narrows. Step into the back country of Alaska's wilderness, in an area known for glaciers and rich in gold and quartz. Explore glacial landscapes marked by moraines, muskegs, and mud. Adventure and natural beauty are sure to please whether you choose kayaking, paddle boarding, skiff riding, or hiking today.

Day 11 Stephens Passage Keep watch for colossal marine life—humpback and orca are frequent residents of these waters—as your captain navigates through Southeast’s remote fjords. Hike through an other-worldly landscape of hanging waterfalls and emerald greens. Or investigate the wild inner reaches of a salt chuck—a tidal salt-water lake—by kayak and paddle board, keeping a lookout for bears, heron, moose, mink, and harbor seals.

Day 12 Endicott Arm / Fords Terror Snow covered mountains, glowing blues, and the white thunder of calving ice at Dawes Glacier complete your last day. Gliding through Endicott Arm, you’ll likely spy harbor seals and their pups lounging on “bergy bits” in the water. And if the tides allow, explore Fords Terror—a narrow passageway with towering walls and cascading waterfalls. At the end of the day, join the Captain for a sumptuous Farewell Dinner and reminisce with a slideshow of your journey from the crew.

Day 13 Juneau, Alaska – Disembarkation Disembark after breakfast and transfer directly to the Juneau airport.

Due to the nature of our explorations, itineraries are guidelines and will change in order to maximize wildlife and natural encounters. Variations in itinerary and the order of days may occur.

Onboard Inclusions:

  • All onboard meals
  • Non alcoholic beverages
  • Exclusive transfers and baggage handling between airport/vessel on embark/dis embark days
  • Entry fees to national parks/preserves
  • From the vessel adventure activities and equipment
  • Wellness program
  • Hot tub, sauna
  • Fitness equipment
  • Yoga mats
  • Port fees and taxes

Departure dates

2017 Departures Safari Endeavour (NB) May 02; (SB) Sep 10 Safari Explorer (NB) May 14; (SB) Sep 08 Safari Quest (NB) May 28; (SB) Aug 18 Wilderness Discoverer (NB) May 15; (SB) Sep 02 Wilderness Explorer (SB) Sep 23

(NB) Seattle to Juneau (SB) Juneau to Seattle

Pricing

All pricing is in United States of America USD$

TWIN

Safari Endeavour
Stateroom (Master Cabin)
02 May & 10 Sep, 2017
Stateroom (Commander Cabin)
02 May & 10 Sep, 2017
Stateroom (Captain Cabin)
02 May & 10 Sep, 2017
Stateroom (Admiral Cabin)
02 May & 10 Sep, 2017
Stateroom (Commodore Suite)
07 May & 10 Sep, 2017

Safari Explorer
Stateroom (Master Cabin)
14 May & 08 Sep, 2017
Stateroom (Commander Cabin)
14 May & 08 Sep, 2017
Stateroom (Captain Cabin)
14 May & 08 Sep, 2017
Stateroom (Admiral Cabin)
14 May & 08 Sep, 2017
Stateroom (Commodore Suite)
14 May & 08 Sep, 2017

Safari Quest
Stateroom (Mariner Cabin)
28 May & 18 Aug, 2017
Stateroom (Commander Cabin)
28 May & 18 Aug, 2017
Stateroom (Captain Cabin)
28 May & 18 Aug, 2017

Wilderness Discoverer
Stateroom (Navigator)
15 May & 02 Sep, 2017
Stateroom (Trailblazer)
15 May & 02 Sep, 2017
Stateroom (Pathfinder)
15 May & 02 Sep, 2017
Stateroom (Explorer)
15 May & 02 Sep, 2017

Wilderness Explorer
Stateroom (Trailblazer)
23 Sep, 2017
Stateroom (Pathfinder)
23 Sep, 2017
Stateroom (Explorer)
23 Sep, 2017

-
-
$7,061
-
$7,381
-
$8,021
-
$8,875
-
$11,861
-
-
-
$10,048
-
$10,688
-
$11,435
-
$12,715
-
$14,635
-
-
-
$10,261
-
$11,755
-
$12,608
-
-
-
$4,928
-
$6,421
-
$7,061
-
$9,728
-
-
-
$5,781
-
$6,421
-
$8,128

Prices are per person based on double occupancy and include all taxes and port charges.

Safari Endeavour

The ambience aboard this newly refurbished 84-guest yacht is casual elegance with a full menu of upscale amenities. Its new design is exquisitely appointed with features such as an intimate Wine Bar and spa area including two hot tubs, sauna, fitness equipment, yoga classes, and massage suite (complete with a complimentary massage.) The Safari Endeavour's three decks provide ample outside viewing opportunities and relaxing public spaces for gathering with new found friends. The EZ Dock launch platform makes launching a kayak or stand-up paddle board and boarding a skiff easy.

Specifications

  • 84 guests
  • 42 staterooms
  • 34-35 crew members
  • 232 feet in length
  • 37 feet wide
  • Cruising speed of 10 knots
  • Built in 1983 by "Jeff Boat" shipyard
  • Renovated in 2012
  • Registered in United States
  • 2.5:1 Guest-to-crew ratio

Onboard adventure equipment includes:

  • Kayaks and stand-up paddle boards
  • Inflatable skiffs
  • Hiking poles
  • Yoga mats
  • Hydrophone for listening to below-surface sounds
  • Bow-mounted underwater camera pipes the action to the lounge and to your cabin TV

Master Stateroom

Staterooms: 301, 302 Fixed twin beds Flat-screen TV/DVD iPod docking station Desk & Chair View window Private bath with shower

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Commander Stateroom

Staterooms: 211, 212, 213, 303, 304, 305, 306, 307, 308, 311, 312, 313, 314, 315, 316, 317, 318, 319, 320, 321, 322 Fixed twin beds Flat-screen TV/DVD iPod docking station Desk & Chair View window Private bath with shower

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Captain Stateroom

Staterooms: 105, 106, 107, 108, 109, 110, 111, 112, 203, 204, 209, 210 King or twin beds Flat-screen TV/DVD iPod docking station Desk & Chair View window Private bath with shower

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Admiral Stateroom

Staterooms: 201, 202, 309 King or twin beds Flat-screen TV/DVD iPod docking station Refrigerator Desk & Chair View window Private bath with shower

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Commodore Suite

Suites: 205, 206, 207, 208 Sitting area King or twin beds Flat-screen TV/DVD iPod docking station Refrigerator French doors with step-out balcony View window Private bath with Jacuzzi tun & shower

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Safari Explorer

The Safari Explorer, our flagship, is a 36-guest luxury yacht perfectly designed for "luxury in the pursuit of adventure." Features include an intimate Wine Library and spa area including a large on-deck hot tub (Alaska only), sauna, fitness equipment, yoga classes, and a complimentary massage. Aboard the yacht, three public decks provide plenty of room for mingling, relaxing, and enjoying the fresh air. And a full-beam swim step makes for easy access in the water. Adventure equipment onboard includes kayaks and stand-up paddle boards; inflatable skiffs; hiking poles; fishing poles and tackle; yoga mats; hydrophone for listening to below-surface sounds; and a bow-mounted underwater camera pipes the action to the lounge and to your cabin TV (coming in fall, 2014).

Specifications

  • 36 guests (up to 40 w/ triples)
  • 18 staterooms
  • 14-15 crew members
  • 145 feet in length
  • 36 feet wide
  • Cruising speed of 10 knots
  • Built in 1998 by Freeport Shipbuilding; renovated in 2008
  • Registered in United States
  • 2:1 Guest-to-crew ratio

Master Stateroom

Staterooms: B3, B4, B5, B6, B7, B8, B9, B10, B11, B12, B13, B14 Queen or twin beds Flat-screen TV/DVD iPod docking station View window and windowed door Private bath with shower

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Commander Stateroom

Staterooms: B15, B16 King or twin beds Flat-screen TV/DVD iPod docking station View window and windowed door Private bath with shower

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Captain Stateroom

Stateroom: B2 King or twin beds Flat-screen TV/DVD iPod docking station View window and windowed door Private bath with jacuzzi tub and shower

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Admiral Stateroom

Stateroom: B1, C1, C2 King or twin beds Flat-screen TV/DVD iPod docking station View window and windowed door Private bath with jacuzzi tub and shower

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Commodore Suite

Stateroom: A1, A2 King or twin beds Separate sitting area Flat-screen TV/DVD iPod docking station Sliding glass door opening to small balcony Private bath with jacuzzi tub and shower

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Safari Quest

Aboard the 22-guest Safari Quest, unwind with upscale amenities, attentive service, comfortable staterooms, and warm public spaces for a welcome experience. Guests enjoy the casually elegant salon to recap the day's activities, relax or watch a movie on the wide screen TV, and are always welcome at the yacht's fully stocked bar, or to enjoy quiet moments reading in the library. Its four decks provide ample room to get away from it all. An on-deck hot tub and fitness equipment are available on board, and a full-beam swim step allows for easy access to water activities. Onboard adventure equipment includes kayaks and stand-up paddle boards; inflatable skiffs; hiking poles; fishing poles and tackle; and hydrophones for listening to below-surface sounds.

Specifications

  • 22 guests
  • 11 staterooms
  • 9 crew members
  • 120 feet in length
  • 29 feet wide
  • Cruising speed of 10 knots
  • Built in 1992 by Shear Yachts; renovated in 2006
  • Registered in United States
  • 2:1 Guest-to-crew ratio

Mariner Stateroom

Staterooms: C1, C2, C3, C4, C6 King, queen or twin beds Flat-screen TV/DVD iPod docking station Elevated Port Windows (not suitable for viewing) Private bath with shower

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Commander Stateroom

Stateroom: B2 Queen bed Flat-screen TV/DVD iPod docking station View window Private bath with shower

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Captain Stateroom

Staterooms: A1, A2, A3, A4 King or 2 twin beds Flat-screen TV/DVD iPod docking station Sliding glass door opening to a small balcony Private bath with shower

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Single Stateroom

Stateroom: B2 Twin bed Flat-screen TV/DVD iPod docking station View window Private bath with shower

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Wilderness Discover

The 76-guest Wilderness Discoverer underwent extensive refurbishment in early 2011 and guest raves are still flowing. Expedition is top-of-mind with this vessel; and adventure and discovery lay at its heart. The interior complements the outside and public and private spaces are loaded with amenities. Enjoy a main lounge that evokes the feel of a National Park Lodge or neighborhood pub and relax on deck or keep watch for wildlife.

Three accessible decks are fully equipped for comfort and action. The sun deck has a sauna and fitness equipment; viewing is over-the-top from the bow and under-the-stars from two hot tubs on the observation deck; and the EZ Dock launch platform on the main deck makes getting in the water a cinch. Onboard are kayaks; stand-up paddle boards; inflatable skiffs; hiking poles; yoga mats; hydrophone for listening below-surface; and a bow-mounted underwater camera pipes the action to the lounge and to your cabin TV.

Specifications:

  • 76 guests
  • 38 cabins
  • 27 crew members
  • 176 feet in length
  • 39 feet wide
  • Cruising speed of 10 knots
  • Built in 1992 by Blount Boats, renovated in 2011
  • Registered in United States
  • 3:1 Guest-to-crew ratio

Explorer

Staterooms: 400-403 Inside entry Sitting area Queen or twin beds Flat-screen TV/DVD iPod docking station View window Private bath with shower

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Pathfinder

Staterooms: 300-309 Outside entry Queen, double bed or double bed with bench seat Flat-screen TV/DVD iPod docking station View window Private bath with shower

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Trailblazer

Staterooms: 310-325 Inside entry Queen or twin beds Flat-screen TV/DVD iPod docking station View window Private bath with shower

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Navigator

Staterooms: 201, 203-208, 210 Inside entry Queen or twin beds Flat-screen TV/DVD iPod docking station View window Private bath with shower

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Wilderness Explorer

The 74-guest Wilderness Explorer is equipped for action, adventure, and exploration. As with our other expedition vessels, its interior complements the outside and public and private spaces are loaded with amenities. The vessel offers a main lounge featuring a Douglas fir bar top, dining room, and ample space on deck for taking in the great outdoors.

Three accessible decks are fully equipped for comfort and action. Guests enjoy over-the-top views from the bow or from under-the-stars in the hot tub; on-deck sauna and fitness equipment; and the EZ Dock launch platform makes getting in the water a cinch, even for a novice. Onboard are kayaks; stand-up paddle boards; inflatable skiffs; hiking poles; yoga mats; hydrophone for listening to below-surface sounds; and a bow-mounted underwater camera pipes the action to the lounge and to your cabin TV.

Specifications:

  • 74 guests
  • 37 staterooms
  • 27 crew members
  • 186 feet in length
  • 38 feet wide
  • Cruising speed of 11 knots
  • Built in 1976 by Blount Boats, renovated in 2012
  • Registered in United States
  • 3:1 Guest-to-crew ratio

Explorer

Staterooms: 301, 304, 313-314 Sitting area Refrigerator Queen bed Flat-screen TV/DVD iPod docking station View window Private bath with shower

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Pathfinder

Staterooms: 107-114, 202-206 Queen or twin beds Flat-screen TV/DVD iPod docking station View window Private bath with shower

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Trailblazer

Staterooms: 104, 105, 106, 207-215, 302, 303, 305, 306, 309-312 Queen or twin beds Flat-screen TV/DVD iPod docking station View window Private bath with shower

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Safari Endeavour

The ambience aboard this newly refurbished 84-guest yacht is casual elegance with a full menu of upscale amenities. Its new design is exquisitely appointed with features such as an intimate Wine Bar and spa area including two hot tubs, sauna, fitness equipment, yoga classes, and massage suite (complete with a complimentary massage.) The Safari Endeavour's three decks provide ample outside viewing opportunities and relaxing public spaces for gathering with new found friends. The EZ Dock launch platform makes launching a kayak or stand-up paddle board and boarding a skiff easy.

Specifications

  • 84 guests
  • 42 staterooms
  • 34-35 crew members
  • 232 feet in length
  • 37 feet wide
  • Cruising speed of 10 knots
  • Built in 1983 by "Jeff Boat" shipyard
  • Renovated in 2012
  • Registered in United States
  • 2.5:1 Guest-to-crew ratio

Onboard adventure equipment includes:

  • Kayaks and stand-up paddle boards
  • Inflatable skiffs
  • Hiking poles
  • Yoga mats
  • Hydrophone for listening to below-surface sounds
  • Bow-mounted underwater camera pipes the action to the lounge and to your cabin TV

Safari Explorer

The Safari Explorer, our flagship, is a 36-guest luxury yacht perfectly designed for "luxury in the pursuit of adventure." Features include an intimate Wine Library and spa area including a large on-deck hot tub (Alaska only), sauna, fitness equipment, yoga classes, and a complimentary massage. Aboard the yacht, three public decks provide plenty of room for mingling, relaxing, and enjoying the fresh air. And a full-beam swim step makes for easy access in the water. Adventure equipment onboard includes kayaks and stand-up paddle boards; inflatable skiffs; hiking poles; fishing poles and tackle; yoga mats; hydrophone for listening to below-surface sounds; and a bow-mounted underwater camera pipes the action to the lounge and to your cabin TV (coming in fall, 2014).

Specifications

  • 36 guests (up to 40 w/ triples)
  • 18 staterooms
  • 14-15 crew members
  • 145 feet in length
  • 36 feet wide
  • Cruising speed of 10 knots
  • Built in 1998 by Freeport Shipbuilding; renovated in 2008
  • Registered in United States
  • 2:1 Guest-to-crew ratio

Safari Quest

Aboard the 22-guest Safari Quest, unwind with upscale amenities, attentive service, comfortable staterooms, and warm public spaces for a welcome experience. Guests enjoy the casually elegant salon to recap the day's activities, relax or watch a movie on the wide screen TV, and are always welcome at the yacht's fully stocked bar, or to enjoy quiet moments reading in the library. Its four decks provide ample room to get away from it all. An on-deck hot tub and fitness equipment are available on board, and a full-beam swim step allows for easy access to water activities. Onboard adventure equipment includes kayaks and stand-up paddle boards; inflatable skiffs; hiking poles; fishing poles and tackle; and hydrophones for listening to below-surface sounds.

Specifications

  • 22 guests
  • 11 staterooms
  • 9 crew members
  • 120 feet in length
  • 29 feet wide
  • Cruising speed of 10 knots
  • Built in 1992 by Shear Yachts; renovated in 2006
  • Registered in United States
  • 2:1 Guest-to-crew ratio

Wilderness Discover

The 76-guest Wilderness Discoverer underwent extensive refurbishment in early 2011 and guest raves are still flowing. Expedition is top-of-mind with this vessel; and adventure and discovery lay at its heart. The interior complements the outside and public and private spaces are loaded with amenities. Enjoy a main lounge that evokes the feel of a National Park Lodge or neighborhood pub and relax on deck or keep watch for wildlife.

Three accessible decks are fully equipped for comfort and action. The sun deck has a sauna and fitness equipment; viewing is over-the-top from the bow and under-the-stars from two hot tubs on the observation deck; and the EZ Dock launch platform on the main deck makes getting in the water a cinch. Onboard are kayaks; stand-up paddle boards; inflatable skiffs; hiking poles; yoga mats; hydrophone for listening below-surface; and a bow-mounted underwater camera pipes the action to the lounge and to your cabin TV.

Specifications:

  • 76 guests
  • 38 cabins
  • 27 crew members
  • 176 feet in length
  • 39 feet wide
  • Cruising speed of 10 knots
  • Built in 1992 by Blount Boats, renovated in 2011
  • Registered in United States
  • 3:1 Guest-to-crew ratio

Wilderness Explorer

The 74-guest Wilderness Explorer is equipped for action, adventure, and exploration. As with our other expedition vessels, its interior complements the outside and public and private spaces are loaded with amenities. The vessel offers a main lounge featuring a Douglas fir bar top, dining room, and ample space on deck for taking in the great outdoors.

Three accessible decks are fully equipped for comfort and action. Guests enjoy over-the-top views from the bow or from under-the-stars in the hot tub; on-deck sauna and fitness equipment; and the EZ Dock launch platform makes getting in the water a cinch, even for a novice. Onboard are kayaks; stand-up paddle boards; inflatable skiffs; hiking poles; yoga mats; hydrophone for listening to below-surface sounds; and a bow-mounted underwater camera pipes the action to the lounge and to your cabin TV.

Specifications:

  • 74 guests
  • 37 staterooms
  • 27 crew members
  • 186 feet in length
  • 38 feet wide
  • Cruising speed of 11 knots
  • Built in 1976 by Blount Boats, renovated in 2012
  • Registered in United States
  • 3:1 Guest-to-crew ratio

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Samantha MacGregor

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Julia Simpson

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