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Roundtrip Seattle
7-night Explore! Olympic Wilderness and San Juan Islands Cruise
April 9, 2021
UnCruise Adventures: Safari Quest
Roundtrip Seattle
Vacation Offer ID 1383962
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Cruise Inclusions

  • Olympic National Park—UNESCO World Heritage Site, San Juan archipelago, and Deception Pass
  • Hike in rainforest, old-growth forest, state parks, and at Mt. Constitution and Hurricane Ridge
  • Transit the Hiram M. Chittenden Locks or cruise the Seattle waterfront
  • Kayak, paddle board, and skiff in island channels formed by glaciers
  • Watch for whales, orcas, seals, and sea lions
  • Birding opportunities—eagles, seabirds, and migrating flocks
7-night Explore! Olympic Wilderness and San Juan Islands Cruise
  • Destination Guide
  • Suggested Shore Excursions
Destination Arrival Departure
Seattle

Seattle 04/09/2021

Seattle was founded along the shores of Elliott Bay. Today, set sail via either the historic Hiram M. Chittenden Locks or picturesque Shilshole Bay and cruise along the city's shoreline before dropping anchor in a tucked away cove.,

Optional Private Excursions

Avoid the crowds and hustle and bustle associated with a group activity. For a memorable trip ashore, we invite you to consider a private shore excursion. Enjoy the undivided attention of your own driver/guide and the flexibility of experiencing the aspects of the local culture that most interest you. Below are just some samples of the private shore excursions we can arrange for you. Let us personalize your experience!

Seattle: Private Seattle City Tour (4-hours)
Highlights:
Begin your city tour in the downtown core and become acquainted with Seattle’s evolution from frontier town to a thriving regional urban centre. You will hear about the origins of some of Seattle’s most notable attractions, such as Pike Place Market, Pioneer Square, International District, and the Space Needle, and their continuing influence as the city grows. Your tour will also take you to different areas of the city so you can gain an understanding of why Seattle is consistently ranked as one of the best places to reside. Encounter stately and trendy neighbourhoods, lush, bountiful parks, and plenty of scenic water views. Observe recreational and urban amenities available to residents, and gain a true insider’s perspective on the Emerald City. At the conclusion of your private tour, you will be dropped off at a location of your choice.

Tour can operate:
Anytime while in port.
 
Inclusions:
Private vehicle and driver, private guide, and driver and guide gratuities.
 
Not Included:
Anything not listed as included.
 
Seattle: Land & Water Tour (4 Hours)
Highlights:
Seattle’s visual appeal is forged by its hilly topography and bodies of water. The hills allow residents in numerous neighbourhoods around the city to claim property with fabulous views, while the water enables a distinctive living style on floating homes and a variety of recreational boating activity. Touring Seattle by land and by water will provide you with two different perspectives and the most unique way to experience the city.
Beginning with the land segment of your excursion, you’ll become acquainted with Seattle’s evolution from frontier town to a thriving regional urban centre. Your tour will also take you to different areas of the city so you can gain an understanding of why Seattle is consistently ranked as one of the best places to reside. Upon arrival at Lake Union, you and your guide will board a restored wooden cruiser navigated by a Coast Guard certified captain versed with Seattle’s maritime history. You will get a close-up view of the houseboat communities, the myriads of sailboats plying the water, and scenic shorelines, while traveling one of the city’s exceptional water corridors. 
At the conclusion of your private tour, you will be dropped off at a location of your choice.

Tour can operate:
Anytime while in port.
 
Inclusions:
Private vehicle and driver, private guide, and driver and guide gratuities.
 
Not Included:
Anything not listed as included.
 
Seattle: Walking Tour (3 Hours)
Highlights:
Distinguished by its continuous change and vitality, Seattle’s city centre has always been an integral part of its evolution, from an isolated frontier outpost, to the significant Pacific Rim city it has become today. Accompanied by your local guide, your walking excursion of downtown will mesh notable areas such as, Pike Place Market, Pioneer Square, and the interesting streetscapes of 1st Avenue and 5th Avenue, with obscure and picturesque public spaces and diverse architecture, along with a peek into future transformative development. 
At the end of your walking tour, you will have gained an insight to the people and events that have impacted Seattle’s history, along with an understanding of what propels its future as America’s fastest growing city.
Seattle: Tacoma & Museum Tour (6 Hours)
Highlights:
Located 30-miles (48-kms) south from Seattle on Puget Sound, and once a mill city, Tacoma has reinvented its identity and become a museum destination and the site of acclaimed and panoramic Chambers Bay Golf Course, host of the 2015 US Open Tournament. Along with the old warehouse district repurposed for a University of Washington campus, the hillside Proctor residential neighbourhood, and adjacent Old Town, Tacoma illustrates how cities can revitalize derelict and abandoned areas and become appealing regional destinations. 

On this worthwhile excursion from Seattle, you will gain a sense of the diversity and allure of the Puget Sound area, along with insight on how the two major population centres of Tacoma and Seattle are linked. You will visit three of Tacoma’s museums starting with the Tacoma Art Museum, where you will view the significant Haub Family collection of Western American art; the adjacent Museum of Glass, featuring a working hot house and the stunning 500-foot (152-metres) pedestrian walkway, the Chihuly Bridge of Glass; and Lemay – America’s Car Museum, spotlighting America’s love affair with the automobile that even non-car enthusiasts will find interesting.

Afterwards, enjoy the area’s natural setting and striking views of Commencement Bay, Chambers Bay, and nearby Lakewold Gardens, a manicured estate set among tall trees with a path leading to a hidden lake.
Seattle: Urban Rural Mix Tour (6 Hours)
Highlights:
At thirty miles (48-km) in length, Lake Washington is a distinguishing feature of the Seattle metropolitan landscape. The shoreline on the west side forms the eastern boundary of Seattle, while across the lake, places that were once farms or suburban commuter neighbourhoods, are today, vibrant and distinctive places that prompt Seattle residents to cross the lake for work and pleasure. On this tour, you will gain both an urban and a rural perspective of these flourishing eastside communities.
Your first stop will be Snoqualmie Falls, a picturesque destination in the foothills of the Cascade Mountains, where water cascades over a wall of rock 270 feet high. You will have the chance to view and photograph the impressive falls and surrounding area from observation plazas and nearby trails. 

From Snoqualmie, rural roads will lead you to Woodinville, which has become the place to taste Washington wines. At Chateau Ste. Michelle, the state’s largest winery, you will have the opportunity to enhance your food and wine pairing knowledge while sampling a flight of wines expertly combined with morsels of tasty treats.

Next, you will visit Redmond, the location of the Microsoft Campus, where the visitor centre exhibit traces the history of the company and showcases hardware utilizing the company’s software; followed by Kirkland, with its village-like atmosphere, small shops, boutiques, and charming waterfront; and lastly, Bellevue, with its contrasting skyline reflective of its position as the commercial and tech centre of the eastside.
04/09/2021 04/09/2021
At Sea

At Sea 04/10/2021

You've landed in one of the most scenic areas of the Salish Sea. The rocky outcroppings of Lopez Island play host to harbor seals—and it's also orca territory. When kayaking, keep your eyes peeled above and below the surface. Go on an intertidal nature walk, hike through the forest to hidden lakes, or "take the high road" on trails that lead to ridges overlooking the islands. Join your expedition team on deck searching for whales, seals, and sea lions as you cruise through the myriad San Juans—no two islands are the same.,
04/10/2021 04/10/2021
Deception Pass

Deception Pass 04/10/2021

Wake up surrounded by the wilderness of the Salish Sea. Today, there are many opportunities to investigate this sea-salty playground of islands. A guided kayak reveals local inhabitants—sea stars, anemones, jelly fish, perhaps even inquisitive harbor seals. Walk along a curiosity-rich intertidal zone or stretch your legs on a mossy hike. And tides and current permitting, sail through swirling waters of Deception Pass. Cap off your first day of adventure with a front-row view of the sunset from the bow.,
04/10/2021 04/10/2021
Lopez Island

Lopez Island 04/11/2021

Your Captain navigates through the islands to your basecamp at Orcas Island—for a day of play where the options are unending. A local favorite, hike Mt. Constitution—it's the highest peak in the San Juan Islands (2,409 feet high) and has a mind-blowing view of the archipelago. If you're interested in skiff exploration or more paddling, the kayaks and paddle boards are up for grabs. You might also visit the charming community of Eastsound—it's nestled above Fishing Bay and been around since the late-1880s.,
04/11/2021 04/11/2021
Orcas Island

Orcas Island 04/12/2021

The treats keep coming! With no paved roads or even ferry access, enjoy your day on picturesque Sucia Island—total year-round population of four—a Washington State Marine Park filled with hidden coves and bays. You feel a million miles away from it all, exploring the intertidal zone with your guides, hiking across the island, and kayaking in a protected bay. Weather permitting, there's even a barbeque ashore.,
04/12/2021 04/12/2021
Sucia Island

Sucia Island 04/13/2021

Make it an ideal morning by kicking it off with an early soak in the on-deck hot tub, a paddle along the shores of the Olympic Peninsula, or both! Your captain sets the course today for explorations in the rain shadow of the Salish Sea. You may find yourself hiking deep into the mossy towering old growth of the Olympic Peninsula or beachcombing for anemone and hermit crabs along the shores of Puget Sound. Or perhaps, a chance to kayak and paddle board, investigate bird rookeries, or search for whales in the sea's rich emerald waters.,
04/13/2021 04/13/2021
Captain's Choice

Captain's Choice 04/14/2021

Hike (or snowshoe if the snow is still there!) in Olympic National Park—a UNESCO World Heritage Site—surrounded by rainforest, old growth forest, and top of the world 360-degree views. Your trek at Hurricane Ridge takes you across fields of sub-alpine flowers in warmer weather and snow-covered hills in the colder months. On a clear day, you can see Canada across to the Strait of Juan de Fuca. This evening, wrap it up with a Farewell Dinner and slide show highlighting your week's adventures.,
04/14/2021 04/14/2021
Port Angeles

Port Angeles 04/15/2021

Hike (or snowshoe if the snow is still there!) in Olympic National Park—a UNESCO World Heritage Site—surrounded by rainforest, old growth forest, and top of the world 360-degree views. Your trek at Hurricane Ridge takes you across fields of sub-alpine flowers in warmer weather and snow-covered hills in the colder months. On a clear day, you can see Canada across to the Strait of Juan de Fuca. This evening, wrap it up with a Farewell Dinner and slide show highlighting your week's adventures.,
04/15/2021 04/15/2021
Seattle

Seattle 04/16/2021

This morning, cruise into Seattle either via the Hiram M. Chittenden Locks or at Shilshole Bay. After breakfast, the captain and crew bid you a fond farewell. Safe travels to all!,

Optional Private Excursions

Avoid the crowds and hustle and bustle associated with a group activity. For a memorable trip ashore, we invite you to consider a private shore excursion. Enjoy the undivided attention of your own driver/guide and the flexibility of experiencing the aspects of the local culture that most interest you. Below are just some samples of the private shore excursions we can arrange for you. Let us personalize your experience!

Seattle: Private Seattle City Tour (4-hours)
Highlights:
Begin your city tour in the downtown core and become acquainted with Seattle’s evolution from frontier town to a thriving regional urban centre. You will hear about the origins of some of Seattle’s most notable attractions, such as Pike Place Market, Pioneer Square, International District, and the Space Needle, and their continuing influence as the city grows. Your tour will also take you to different areas of the city so you can gain an understanding of why Seattle is consistently ranked as one of the best places to reside. Encounter stately and trendy neighbourhoods, lush, bountiful parks, and plenty of scenic water views. Observe recreational and urban amenities available to residents, and gain a true insider’s perspective on the Emerald City. At the conclusion of your private tour, you will be dropped off at a location of your choice.

Tour can operate:
Anytime while in port.
 
Inclusions:
Private vehicle and driver, private guide, and driver and guide gratuities.
 
Not Included:
Anything not listed as included.
 
Seattle: Land & Water Tour (4 Hours)
Highlights:
Seattle’s visual appeal is forged by its hilly topography and bodies of water. The hills allow residents in numerous neighbourhoods around the city to claim property with fabulous views, while the water enables a distinctive living style on floating homes and a variety of recreational boating activity. Touring Seattle by land and by water will provide you with two different perspectives and the most unique way to experience the city.
Beginning with the land segment of your excursion, you’ll become acquainted with Seattle’s evolution from frontier town to a thriving regional urban centre. Your tour will also take you to different areas of the city so you can gain an understanding of why Seattle is consistently ranked as one of the best places to reside. Upon arrival at Lake Union, you and your guide will board a restored wooden cruiser navigated by a Coast Guard certified captain versed with Seattle’s maritime history. You will get a close-up view of the houseboat communities, the myriads of sailboats plying the water, and scenic shorelines, while traveling one of the city’s exceptional water corridors. 
At the conclusion of your private tour, you will be dropped off at a location of your choice.

Tour can operate:
Anytime while in port.
 
Inclusions:
Private vehicle and driver, private guide, and driver and guide gratuities.
 
Not Included:
Anything not listed as included.
 
Seattle: Walking Tour (3 Hours)
Highlights:
Distinguished by its continuous change and vitality, Seattle’s city centre has always been an integral part of its evolution, from an isolated frontier outpost, to the significant Pacific Rim city it has become today. Accompanied by your local guide, your walking excursion of downtown will mesh notable areas such as, Pike Place Market, Pioneer Square, and the interesting streetscapes of 1st Avenue and 5th Avenue, with obscure and picturesque public spaces and diverse architecture, along with a peek into future transformative development. 
At the end of your walking tour, you will have gained an insight to the people and events that have impacted Seattle’s history, along with an understanding of what propels its future as America’s fastest growing city.
Seattle: Tacoma & Museum Tour (6 Hours)
Highlights:
Located 30-miles (48-kms) south from Seattle on Puget Sound, and once a mill city, Tacoma has reinvented its identity and become a museum destination and the site of acclaimed and panoramic Chambers Bay Golf Course, host of the 2015 US Open Tournament. Along with the old warehouse district repurposed for a University of Washington campus, the hillside Proctor residential neighbourhood, and adjacent Old Town, Tacoma illustrates how cities can revitalize derelict and abandoned areas and become appealing regional destinations. 

On this worthwhile excursion from Seattle, you will gain a sense of the diversity and allure of the Puget Sound area, along with insight on how the two major population centres of Tacoma and Seattle are linked. You will visit three of Tacoma’s museums starting with the Tacoma Art Museum, where you will view the significant Haub Family collection of Western American art; the adjacent Museum of Glass, featuring a working hot house and the stunning 500-foot (152-metres) pedestrian walkway, the Chihuly Bridge of Glass; and Lemay – America’s Car Museum, spotlighting America’s love affair with the automobile that even non-car enthusiasts will find interesting.

Afterwards, enjoy the area’s natural setting and striking views of Commencement Bay, Chambers Bay, and nearby Lakewold Gardens, a manicured estate set among tall trees with a path leading to a hidden lake.
Seattle: Urban Rural Mix Tour (6 Hours)
Highlights:
At thirty miles (48-km) in length, Lake Washington is a distinguishing feature of the Seattle metropolitan landscape. The shoreline on the west side forms the eastern boundary of Seattle, while across the lake, places that were once farms or suburban commuter neighbourhoods, are today, vibrant and distinctive places that prompt Seattle residents to cross the lake for work and pleasure. On this tour, you will gain both an urban and a rural perspective of these flourishing eastside communities.
Your first stop will be Snoqualmie Falls, a picturesque destination in the foothills of the Cascade Mountains, where water cascades over a wall of rock 270 feet high. You will have the chance to view and photograph the impressive falls and surrounding area from observation plazas and nearby trails. 

From Snoqualmie, rural roads will lead you to Woodinville, which has become the place to taste Washington wines. At Chateau Ste. Michelle, the state’s largest winery, you will have the opportunity to enhance your food and wine pairing knowledge while sampling a flight of wines expertly combined with morsels of tasty treats.

Next, you will visit Redmond, the location of the Microsoft Campus, where the visitor centre exhibit traces the history of the company and showcases hardware utilizing the company’s software; followed by Kirkland, with its village-like atmosphere, small shops, boutiques, and charming waterfront; and lastly, Bellevue, with its contrasting skyline reflective of its position as the commercial and tech centre of the eastside.
04/16/2021 04/16/2021
UnCruise Adventures: Safari Quest
Unwind into adventure aboard this 22-guest boutique yacht. Four decks offer invigorating spaces to get away from it all and take in up-close views of surrounding wilderness. Recap the day's activities, relax, or watch a movie on the wide screen TV in the comfortable and sophisticated salon. The yacht also features a fully stocked bar and a library with large view windows for reading or discussing marine life with fellow guests.
The Un-Cruise Adventures Difference
Focused on experiencing life on the outside - rain or shine - Un-Cruise Adventures offers different destinations and an exciting range of multi-sport activities aboard their adventure cruises. You could be kayaking one morning and snorkeling the next. Another day may offer a leisurely afternoon shore walk or have you feeling the burn from a rigorous hike. If you like to take your adventure on the lighter side, you can uncover nature’s secrets on a skiff ride or chat up the captain on the bridge. They offer activities to suit a range of skill levels and preferences. So take it easy, or stay on the go - your onboard expedition team will provide the insight needed for you to make a safe and enjoyable choice.

Activities may include:

  • Whale watching
  • Unbelievable kayaking and paddle boarding
  • Inflatable skiff excursions
  • Morning yoga stretches
  • Guided hikes in the wilderness, to a cave or waterfall, or a shore walk
  • Timely presentations on flora and fauna
  • Unequaled glacier viewing
  • Untamed wildlife observation “Polar bear plunges” or desert mule ride
  • Cultural experiences and exchanges with locals
  • Discoveries by underwater hydrophone and bow-mounted camera

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
1992
Year Refurbished
2006
Year Entered Present Fleet
1999
Previous Name
Obsession
Country of Registry
United States
Tonnage (GRT)
97
Guests (Lowers)
22
Total Guests
22
Passenger Decks
3
Number of Crew
10
Officers' Nationality
American
Cruise/Hotel Staff Nationality
American
Total Rooms
11
Suites
Balconies
Ocean/River View
6
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:

  • Full-beam swim steps
  • Underwater bow-mounted camera
  • On-deck hot tub and fitness equipment
  • Flat-screen TV/DVD in the salon
  • DVD and book library
  • Included bar stocked with premium spirits, wines, and microbrews
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.
Safari Quest cabins feature single and double accommodations, iPod/MP3/universal docking station/alarm clock, TV/DVD player, heated tile floor in bathrooms, Tempur-Pedic mattresses, hair dryers, bathrobes, toiletries, binoculars, and reusable water bottles.

Information provided within these pages has been updated as of July 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.

Balcony

Captain Cabin (CAP) 6,595
Captain Cabin
  • Category: CAP
  • Bridge Deck
  • King, queen, or twin beds
  • Sliding glass door opening to a small balcony
  • Private bath with shower
  • Hair dryer, bathrobes, and toiletries
  • Binoculars and reusable water bottles

Oceanview

Commander Cabin (CMN) 5,895
  • Category: CMN
  • Main Deck
Queen bed; view window; private bath with shower.

All cabins feature: TV/DVD player; heated tile floor in all bathrooms; hair dryer, bathrobes, conditioning shampoo, body wash; binoculars; reusable water bottles.

Mariner Cabin (MRN) 4,695
  • Category: MRN
  • Cabin Deck
King, queen, or twin beds; elevated port lights (not suitable for viewing); private bath with shower.

All cabins feature: TV/DVD player; heated tile floor in all bathrooms; hair dryer, bathrobes, conditioning shampoo, body wash; binoculars; reusable water bottles.

Single Cabin (SGL) 5,895
  • Category: SGL
  • Main Deck
Twin bed; view window; private bath with shower (Pullman berth available).

All cabins feature: TV/DVD player; heated tile floor in all bathrooms; hair dryer, bathrobes, conditioning shampoo, body wash; binoculars; reusable water bottles.

Fares are per person double occupancy, in USD. Triple rates are available in designated cabins (refer to deck plan); inquire for pricing details. Port taxes/fees are in included in your cruise fare.

All fares are quoted in US Dollars.

Observation Deck
Bridge Deck

Stateroom Key

  • Captain Cabin (CAP)
Main Deck

Stateroom Key

  • Single Cabin (SGL)
  • Commander Cabin (CMN)
Cabin Deck

Stateroom Key

  • Mariner Cabin (MRN)
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