UnCruise Adventures has locked in a series of deployment changes and updates set to commence in early 2024 and extend into 2025, which will encompass new routes and the retirement of others.
The small ship expedition operator is refocusing on its core offerings that have experienced a surge in demand.
“These fresh and expanded routes promise guests unparalleled experiences,” UnCruise Adventures said.
Newly added or expanded voyages are offered on the Alaskan Inside Passage, Aleutian Islands, Prince William Sound, Glacier Bay and the Canadian Coastline of British Columbia, aboard Safari Voyager, Safari Endeavour, Safari Explorer, Safari Quest, Wildnerness Legacy and Wilderness Adventurer.
There are a dozen adult cruises and are six dedicated family explorations to Glacier Bay, Alaska, beginning in May and June 2024, respectively.
Further south, UnCruise Adventures has options roundtrip from La Paz, Mexico to the Northern Gulf of California, commencing in November next year.
The new routes are now open for early bookings, with savings on key dates.
Exiting the cruise line’s program by early 2024 will be sailings on Columbia and Snake Rivers, Belize and Guatemala, along with Costa Rica to Colombia via the Panama Canal.
Captain Dan Blanchard, Owner and CEO of UnCruise Adventures, said: “I look forward to returning to these wonderful places in the future, as the market dictates. There is still time to sail away with us before we depart these destinations!”
The upcoming Autumn and Winter will be the last available bookings for these destinations with UnCruise Adventures. Early bookings are encouraged to secure space on these retiring routes.
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