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Roundtrip Portland
7-night Rivers of Wine and Culinary Arts Cruise
November 2, 2019
UnCruise Adventures: SS Legacy
Roundtrip Portland
Vacation Offer ID 1307796
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Exclusive Offer
  • $100 per Couple Shipboard Credit
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Cruise Inclusions

  • Experience four rivers: Columbia, Snake, Willamette, Palouse
  • Guest wine expert joins you for the week
  • Wine and tours at Washington and Oregon wineries and tasting rooms
  • Hosted lunch in Walla Walla and at Terra Blanca Winery & Estate Vineyard
  • Discover Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area, Multnomah Falls, and Palouse Falls canyon
  • Tour Maryhill Museum and Winery
  • Stroll picturesque Cannon Beach and Victorian Astoria
  • Convenience of sailing roundtrip Portland, Oregon
7-night Rivers of Wine and Culinary Arts Cruise
  • Destination Guide
  • Suggested Shore Excursions
Destination Arrival Departure
Portland

Portland 11/02/2019

Welcome to Portland! Arriving at the airport, UnCruise representatives are there to greet you for your transfer to our hospitality area in downtown Portland. If time allows, explore the city before setting sail on your "rivers of wine" cruise. Champagne and hors d'oeuvres await you onboard before sitting down for a sumptuous dinner.,
11/02/2019 11/02/2019
Astoria

Astoria 11/03/2019

Start your day with a stop at the towering Multnomah Falls, the tallest falls in Oregon. Then, make your way to two fabulous wineries in the Columbia Gorge AVA for a date with the winemakers. Enjoy a tasting at Hood River's beautifully rustic Springhouse Cellar—a working winery housed in a former turn-of-the-century fruit cannery and distillery. At Mt. Hood Winery, the expertise of eight generations of winemakers is yours to savor—tour and taste at this century-old farm under the watchful gaze of the winery's volcanic namesake. Back onboard, cruise upriver through the Columbia River Gorge's diverse collection of ecosystems. At 80 miles long and up to 4,000 feet deep, this river canyon cuts the only sea level route through the Cascade Mountains.,
11/03/2019 11/03/2019
Bonneville Dam

Bonneville Dam 11/04/2019

Start your day with a stop at the towering Multnomah Falls, the tallest falls in Oregon. Then, make your way to two fabulous wineries in the Columbia Gorge AVA for a date with the winemakers. Enjoy a tasting at Hood River's beautifully rustic Springhouse Cellar—a working winery housed in a former turn-of-the-century fruit cannery and distillery. At Mt. Hood Winery, the expertise of eight generations of winemakers is yours to savor—tour and taste at this century-old farm under the watchful gaze of the winery's volcanic namesake. Back onboard, cruise upriver through the Columbia River Gorge's diverse collection of ecosystems. At 80 miles long and up to 4,000 feet deep, this river canyon cuts the only sea level route through the Cascade Mountains.,
11/04/2019 11/04/2019
Hood River

Hood River 11/04/2019

Start your day with on deck guided stretches and a hearty breakfast as you pass through the Bonneville Locks. Misty or sunny, it's all epic scenery. Today's focus reflects the agricultural landscape: orchards and vineyards. Meet the owners at Ferment Brewing Company, makers of craft beers and kombucha. The Hood River Valley—ripe for touring and tasting. Back onboard, cruise upriver through the Columbia River Gorge's diverse collection of ecosystems. At 80 miles long and up to 4,000 feet deep, this river canyon cuts the only sea-level route through the Cascade Mountains.,
11/04/2019 11/04/2019
Burbank, WA

Burbank, WA 11/05/2019

Named one of the top ten wine regions in the world, this world-class wine country was shaped by its distinctive micro-climates, rich volcanic soil, and abundant river irrigation. Swirl a glass and explore the caves at Basel Cellars Estate Winery. And while the passion may be in the bottle, original artwork and a smooth pour are both highlights at Dunham Cellars. If you're motivated (and you will be), there's free time to stroll the boutique shops and tasting rooms lining the streets of historic Walla Walla. Then, relax back aboard the S.S. Legacy, as you sail into the Snake River Canyon.,
11/05/2019 11/05/2019
Walla Walla

Walla Walla 11/05/2019

Named one of the top ten wine regions in the world, this world-class wine country was shaped by its distinctive micro-climates, rich volcanic soil, and abundant river irrigation. Swirl a glass and explore the caves at Basel Cellars Estate Winery. And while the passion may be in the bottle, original artwork and a smooth pour are both highlights at Dunham Cellars. If you're motivated (and you will be), there's free time to stroll the boutique shops and tasting rooms lining the streets of historic Walla Walla. Then, relax back aboard the S.S. Legacy, as you sail into the Snake River Canyon.,
11/05/2019 11/05/2019
Richland

Richland 11/06/2019

A visit to the Walter Clore Wine and Culinary Center provides palette pleasing access to Washington wine experts—learn about the diversity of the state's wine and food products, perfect food pairings, and sample wines from a featured AVA. Then it's off to discover the pride of the Red Mountain appellation—the smallest wine-grape growing region of Washington by acreage and known for its critically acclaimed reds. Savor a tour, tasting, and lunch at the exquisite Terra Blanca Winery & Estate Vineyard. Explore Terra Blanca's rolling vineyards, wine caves, and beautifully manicured estate grounds. Nose and bouquet, balance and finish, legs and body—your wine host and sommelier guide you through an onboard tasting event before dinner.,
11/06/2019 11/06/2019
Red Mountain

Red Mountain 11/06/2019

A visit to the Walter Clore Wine & Culinary Center provides palette-pleasing access to Washington and Oregon wine experts. Learn about the diversity of the region's wine and food products, perfect food pairings (including a cooking demo), and sample wines from a featured AVA over lunch. Then it's off to discover the pride of the Red Mountain appellation—the smallest wine-grape growing region of Washington by acreage and known for its critically acclaimed reds. Savor a tour and tasting at the exquisite Terra Blanca Winery & Estate Vineyard. Explore Terra Blanca's rolling vineyards, wine caves, and beautifully manicured estate grounds. Nose and bouquet, balance and finish, legs and body—your wine host and sommelier guide you through an onboard tasting event before dinner.,
11/06/2019 11/06/2019
The Dalles

The Dalles 11/07/2019

Wine and art awaits you today. Atop a bluff overlooking the Columbia River Gorge, tour the Maryhill Museum—a castle-like château with an eclectic collection of European paintings, Rodin sculptures, Native artifacts, and personal effects of the Queen of Romania. Along the adjacent slopes at the Maryhill Winery, taste award-winning wines and take in the expansive views of Columbia River Gorge cliffs below. After lunch onboard the S.S. Legacy, the afternoon in The Dalles is yours as you please—a tour and taste at Columbia Valley AVA's Sunshine Mill Winery, stroll downtown or along the Riverfront Trail, or perhaps simply relax on deck.,
11/07/2019 11/07/2019
Maryhill Museum

Maryhill Museum 11/07/2019

Wine and art awaits you today. Atop a bluff overlooking the Columbia River Gorge, tour the Maryhill Museum—a castle-like château with an eclectic collection of European paintings, Rodin sculptures, Native artifacts, and personal effects of the Queen of Romania. Along the adjacent slopes at the Maryhill Winery, taste award-winning wines and take in the expansive views of Columbia River Gorge cliffs below. After lunch onboard the S.S. Legacy, the afternoon in The Dalles is yours as you please—a tour and taste at Columbia Valley AVA's Sunshine Mill Winery, stroll downtown or along the Riverfront Trail, or perhaps simply relax on deck.,
11/07/2019 11/07/2019
Portland

Portland 11/08/2019

Oregon's largest AVA, the Willamette Valley is an oenophile's mecca with over 250 wineries and six recognized sub-appellations. And like a plump grape, bursting with opportunities to please your palate! At Hawks View Cellars, tour the sustainably farmed 50-acre estate vineyard and sip on some award-winning Pinot Noir and Pinot Gris. Then tour and taste at a couple of other hand-picked wineries—perhaps take in Parrett Mountain's southern views while sipping Archer Vineyard's old-vine varietals, or nestled among the Dundee Hills is family-run Domaine Serene, specializing in Pinot Noir from eco-cultivated vineyards. Or maybe it's world-renowned Ponzi Winery atop a Chehalem Mountains slope or Penner-Ash Wine Cellars with its wide Chehalem Valley vistas. Whichever winemaker you choose, you'll gain an insider's view of this world-renowned region. Tonight, we pull out all the corks for a wine extravaganza and city lights cruise along the Willamette River—raising one last glass to toast friendship and wine at the captain's dinner.,
11/08/2019 11/08/2019
Willamette Valley

Willamette Valley 11/08/2019

Oregon's largest AVA, the Willamette Valley is an oenophile's mecca with over 250 wineries and six recognized sub-appellations. And like a plump grape, bursting with opportunities to please your palate! At Hawks View Cellars, tour the sustainably farmed 50-acre estate vineyard and sip on some award-winning Pinot Noir and Pinot Gris. Then tour and taste at a couple of other hand-picked wineries—perhaps take in Parrett Mountain's southern views while sipping Archer Vineyard's old-vine varietals, or nestled among the Dundee Hills is family-run Domaine Serene, specializing in Pinot Noir from eco-cultivated vineyards. Or maybe it's world-renowned Ponzi Winery atop a Chehalem Mountains slope or Penner-Ash Wine Cellars with its wide Chehalem Valley vistas. Whichever winemaker you choose, you'll gain an insider's view of this world-renowned region. Tonight, we pull out all the corks for a wine extravaganza and city lights cruise along the Willamette River—raising one last glass to toast friendship and wine at the captain's dinner.,
11/08/2019 11/08/2019
Portland

Portland 11/09/2019

Sated, your week of wineries and river cruising has come to an end. Enjoy breakfast with friends and say farewell to the crew before disembarking for your included transfer to the Portland airport.,
11/09/2019 11/09/2019
UnCruise Adventures: SS Legacy
Come aboard the 88-guest S.S. Legacy and take a step back in time. This replica coastal steamer exudes old-world charm, with the benefits of modern comforts. Simultaneously elegant and casual, the vessel boasts carved wooden cabinetry and turn-of-the-century décor. Four decks provide ample outside viewing opportunities and relaxing public spaces for taking a stroll at sunset and gathering with new friends. The lounge offers a full bar, the open-seating dining room includes a wine bar, and, for a step back in time, sidle up to table in the Pesky Barnacle Saloon.

The onboard wellness program is accessible to all guests and includes two hot tubs on the bridge deck, a sauna, fitness equipment, yoga classes, and massage suite. Elevator access is available to three of the public decks.

The Un-Cruise Adventures Difference
Traveling nearly 1,000 miles upriver and down, the generously inclusive river cruises provide the best value available on the Columbia, Snake, and Willamette Rivers, with included shore excursions, wellness program, onboard historians, and exclusive one-on-one interactions with locals. While exploring the cultural traditions, unspoiled lands, and the history and evolution of life along the rivers, you’ll enjoy a stimulating heritage voyage of colorful places and fascinating people.

Activities may include:

  • Engaging land excursions at port offer easy access to tours
  • Included premium tours to museums, historic sites, and natural areas
  • Delve into history through folk art and historical personalities
  • Entertaining performances by onboard team and guest musicians
  • Educational presentations by onboard and local historians
  • Local residents share their stories
  • Tours and tastings at boutique wineries
  • Sustainable gourmet cuisine features foods from the region
  • Over 15 years of operation and expertise on these rivers

Unmatched Exclusivity

  • Unique and flexible itineraries
  • Off-the-beaten-path explorations
  • Small-group, up-close discoveries
  • Unspoiled natural wonders
  • Insightful cultural encounters
  • No waiting in long lines

Unbelievable Ambience

  • Casual and relaxed atmosphere
  • Fresh, handcrafted, regional cuisine
  • Exceptional, personalized service
  • High crew-to-guest ratio
  • Top-of-the-line equipment and amenities on board
  • Unforgettable camaraderie on every adventure

Uncompromising Dedication

  • Licensed and certified onboard crew
  • Trained onboard leaders and guides
  • Decades of industry experience
  • Follow “Leave No Trace” practices
  • Positive impact in local communities
  • Operate a responsible business
Ship Statistics
Year Built
1984
Year Refurbished
2013
Year Entered Present Fleet
2013
Previous Name
Spirit of 98
Country of Registry
United States
Tonnage (GRT)
96
Guests (Lowers)
88
Total Guests
90
Passenger Decks
4
Number of Crew
35
Officers' Nationality
American
Cruise/Hotel Staff Nationality
American
Total Rooms
44
Suites
1
Balconies
Ocean/River View
44
Interior
Accessible
Traveling is inspiring. It can also be nourishing. Refreshing. When you're on a small ship cruise adventure, connecting with your environment - on board or off - happens naturally. From morning yoga stretches to the Captain's Farewell Dinner, each activity is carefully crafted with every aspect in mind.

Onboard Amenities:

  • Elevator access to three public decks
  • On-deck hot tub, sauna, fitness equipment, and two massage rooms
  • Upright piano in the lounge
  • Large A/V screen in the lounge
  • DVD and book library
  • Included bar stocked with premium spirits, wines, and microbrews
  • Whisky parlor and wine bar area
Tipping Policy
Gratuities are a personal matter and are entirely at the discretion of the traveler. Gratuities are shared equally by all crew members. Payment for gratuities can be made with cash, checks, travelers checks, and credit cards. Recommended amounts are available on request. Massage gratuity is not customary on the vessels and when received it is included in the tip pool.
Shipboard Policies
  • Electrical
    All electrical outlets on the vessel are standard 110 Volt, the same voltage as in North America. If you live in other parts of the world, you may need a special adapter.

  • Medical Emergencies
    The crew is trained in both first aid and CPR, and there are first aid supplies on board. While there is no physician on board, the ship is never too far from a port where medical facilities are available.

  • Smoking Policy
    Smoking is prohibited anywhere inside the vessel. Smoking guests are welcome to smoke only on the outer aft deck in a designated area. Ashtrays will be provided. To protect the environment, guests should refrain from tossing cigarettes and cigars overboard.

  • Special Dietary Needs - Advance Notice Required
    Un-Cruise Adventures is able to accommodate most special dietary needs. All booked guests are required to submit the completed Medical Information Form advising of any food allergies or other dietary requirements they may have. Completing this form will ensure that the chef has enough notice to prepare for your needs. It is recommended that you check in with the chef or hotel manager upon your arrival to the ship to confirm your request.

  • Wheelchair Access & Special Needs
    Un-Cruise Adventures will earnestly try to accommodate guests wishing to travel with them. The primary concern is the health, safety, and well being of guests and crew. Guests with some mobility and who provide their own collapsible wheelchairs can generally be accommodated, but the vessels do not meet all applicable standards of the ADA Accessibility Guidelines for buildings and facilities. Guests needing any form of assistance and those who are physically disabled must be accompanied by someone who will take full responsibility for any needed assistance during the cruise and in the event of an emergency.

    Vessel interiors and operating conditions can always present challenges to wheelchairs and participation may not be possible for some activities and events. Please be aware that raised door thresholds, steep stairs, and narrow passageways can prevent wheelchair passage. Some ports of call, shore excursions, use of inflatable excursion craft, docks, gangways, and other requirements may preclude a wheelchair guest from leaving the vessel. This decision will be made by the Captain and is binding.

Public Rooms
  • Public Spaces
    Each vessel has its own unique personality, but all share a universal goal and with you in mind - to relax and be comfortable. Designed to bring the outside in, they come alive with art and artifacts from the places you'll travel. And the open bridge policy welcomes you to visit and discuss navigation with the captain.

    Public spaces aboard include an inviting dining room, main lounge or salon (with a varied collection of board games, books, and DVDs), and observation decks ideal for close-up wildlife viewing and relaxing under the stars. You may also find a hot tub, massage room, and sauna; and most of the vessels are equipped with an underwater hydrophone, a kayak launch platform or swim step (making access to the water easy), as well as cameras that connect to the TVs, bringing life in the water directly inside the boat.

Entertainment
  • Educational/Enrichment Programs
    In addition to getting extraordinarily close to nature and wildlife, Un-Cruise Adventures provides opportunities to learn along the way. They engage experts and historians to interpret, narrate, or bring history to life.
Dining
  • All Beverages Included In Cruise Fare
    Un-Cruise Adventures' approach to wetting-your-whistle is as uncharacteristic as their vessels. Fine spirits, wines, and microbrews are served aboard all of their vessels, with many even featuring sustainable cask wines on tap. A rotating list of wine and microbrew selections will vary depending on your destination. On many itineraries, wine, beer, and spirits are included in your fare.

  • Meals Onboard
    All onboard meals ensure innovative, healthful dining experiences and the executive chefs aboard use ingredients that reflect the flavors of your destination.

    Mornings feature an early-riser breakfast of fresh fruit, baked-on-board pastries and breads, and a full breakfast complete with specialty items. Lunches range from pasta salads and sandwiches, to homemade soups and ethnic dishes. Dinners offer a choice of entrées that include fresh seafood and meats. Vegetarian dishes are available and special dietary needs can be met with advance notice. Hors d'oeuvres are offered during the cocktail hour, and desserts are varied and plentiful.

    Unless there's a barbecue on deck or some other special event, most meals are served over several courses - with particular attention to your personal preferences. Dining onboard is casual and seating is open so you are free to join new friends and choose a different table at every meal. And if you are celebrating a birthday, anniversary, or other milestone occasion, let Un-Cruise Adventures know before you board and the expert pastry chef will make it memorable by whipping up a surprise treat.

    Meals are casual and feature open seating. There is no need to dress up at any time; simply wear what's comfortable, even for the Captain's Farewell Dinner.

Sports, Health and Fitness
  • Wellness Program
    Onboard amenities allow you to escape through morning yoga stretches, relaxing in the on-deck hot tub, laps around the deck, enjoying a workout on the fitness equipment, or being pampered by the wellness instructor/massage therapist. Nature’s splendor takes care of the rest. And at the end of your cruise, the onboard team will send you off with a renewed sense of beauty and spirit.
SS Legacy cabins feature single, double, triple, and quad accommodations, flat screen TV/DVD, iPod/MP3/universal docking station/alarm clock, air conditioning/heat, private bath with shower, hair dryer, bathrobes, toiletries, binoculars, and reusable water bottles.

Information provided within these pages has been updated as of January 2019. While we do our best to ensure that stateroom descriptions and deckplans appearing in this website are complete and accurate, we cannot be responsible for inaccurate representations, which may or may not be under our control. Please reconfirm stateroom accommodations and deck placement prior to booking.

Suite

Owner's Suite (OWN) 8,195
Owner's Suite
  • Category: OWN
  • Bridge Deck
  • Entertainment and sitting area with wet bar, refrigerator, and media center
  • Master bedroom with king bed
  • View windows
  • Private bath with jacuzzi tub and shower
  • Sofa bed for triple/quad
  • Hair dryer, bathrobes, and toiletries
  • Binoculars and reusable water bottles

Oceanview

Jr. Commodore Cabin (JCO) 5,945
Jr. Commodore Cabin
  • Category: JCO
  • Upper Deck
  • FIxed queen bed
  • Refrigerator
  • Wrap-around view windows
  • Private bath with shower
  • Hair dryer, bathrobes, and toiletries
  • Binoculars and reusable water bottles
Admiral Cabin (ADM) 5,445
Admiral Cabin
  • Category: ADM
  • Upper Deck
  • Lounge Deck
  • Main Deck
  • Queen or twin beds
  • View window
  • Private bath and shower
  • Trundle bed for triple
  • Hair dryer, bathrobes, and toiletries
  • Binoculars and reusable water bottles
Captain Cabin (CAP) 4,945
Captain Cabin
  • Category: CAP
  • Lounge Deck
  • Queen or twin beds
  • View window
  • Private bath with shower
  • Hair dryer, bathrobes, and toiletries
  • Binoculars and reusable water bottles
Commander Cabin (CMN) 4,445
Commander Cabin
  • Category: CMN
  • Upper Deck
  • Lounge Deck
  • Main Deck
  • Fixed queen, double or twin beds
  • View window
  • Private bath with shower
  • Hair dryer, bathrobes, and toiletries
  • Binoculars and reusable water bottles
Master Cabin (MST) 4,195
Master Cabin
  • Category: MST
  • Upper Deck
  • Main Deck
  • Fixed double bed
  • View window
  • Private bath with shower
  • Hair dryer, bathrobes, and toiletries
  • Binoculars and reusable water bottles

FARES INCLUDE - All onboard meals; premium spirits, fine wine, microbrews; non-alcoholic beverages; exclusive roundtrip transfers and baggage handling between airport/vessel on embark/disembark days; port taxes/fees; interpretive shore excursions and onboard presentations; entry fees to national parks, museums, wineries, and other historical venues; wellness program: hot tub, sauna, fitness equipment, yoga mats, and a complimentary massage

Fares are per person double occupancy, in USD. Any stateroom (except Single) is available at 175% of double occupancy rate. Triple accommodations are available in the Admiral Staterooms 101 & 102; triple and quadruple accommodations available in the Owner's Suite. Inquire for pricing details. Charter up to 88 guests.

All fares are quoted in US Dollars.

Bridge Deck

Stateroom Key

  • Owner's Suite (OWN)
Upper Deck

Stateroom Key

  • Master Cabin (MST)
  • Commander Cabin (CMN)
  • Admiral Cabin (ADM)
  • Jr. Commodore Cabin (JCO)
Lounge Deck

Stateroom Key

  • Commander Cabin (CMN)
  • Captain Cabin (CAP)
  • Admiral Cabin (ADM)
Main Deck

Stateroom Key

  • Master Cabin (MST)
  • Commander Cabin (CMN)
  • Admiral Cabin (ADM)
Lynn Rodrigues
Lynn Rodrigues | Travel Consultant
Direct Line: 858.673.8500
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