THE UNCRUISE EXPERIENCE:
The name says it. These intimate 22-88 passenger ships – tiny luxury yachts, small expedition ships, and a coastal steamer – are nothing like their big-ship competitors. You will see each destination as it actually is, exploring remote coves, bays and fjords that only small ships can reach.
UNCRUISE ADVENTURE CRUISES ARE BEST FOR:
Travellers looking for unique destinations and up close wilderness adventures.
ATMOSPHERE AND EXPERIENCE ONBOARD:
UnCruise Adventure ships offer a mix of casual cruising and boutique yachting. Embrace the “Un-ness” philosophy – unrushed, uncrowded, unbelievable. Breaking away from the masses. Challenge. Freely used to release, exemplify, or intensify a force or quality. To engage, connect, and explore unique places, oneself, and with others on a most uncommon adventure. Most off-ship excursions are included in the cruise fare and encompass such things as hikes, skiff tours, and visiting natural attractions. But there’s also time to borrow a kayak or snorkel gear, improve your skills on a stand-up paddleboard, or sit in the hot tub. Itineraries spend optimum time in nature areas and captains have flexibility to divert to, say, follow a pod of whales or decide to anchor in secluded places at night so that guests awaken to spectacular views.
If you’re active, a nature lover, age 45-plus, then you will love Un-Cruise small ship experiences. Nature-loving kids will also enjoy these adventure-filled cruises.
AT A GLANCE:
SHIP SIZE: Small
CLASS: Adventure / Casual
STYLE: Couples, Solo Travellers, Eco-conscious outdoor enthusiasts
Picture off the beaten track and up close and personal ecotourism combined with the personal service of an upscale cruise.
The dining experience is casual so you are free to join new friends. Onboard chefs handcraft every meal, highlighting flavours of the region. Close attention is given to how food options meld with the activities of the day such as serving warm soup after exploring near glaciers and cool ceviche as a refreshing palate-pleaser in tropical climates.
Passengers: 36 (up to 40 w/ triples)