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Roundtrip Juneau
7-night Alaska's Glacier Country Cruise
July 3, 2020
UnCruise Adventures: S.S. Legacy
Roundtrip Juneau
Vacation Offer ID 1320133
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Exclusive Offer
  • $100 per Couple Shipboard Credit
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Cruise Theme: Special Kids & Families Departure

Cruise Inclusions

  • One day in Glacier Bay National Park, joined by park ranger
  • Wilderness exploration in the Tongass National Forest, Ford’s Terror Wilderness Area, and Glacier Bay National Park
  • Get close up to Alaska’s most impressive glaciers
  • Fords Terror Wilderness Area by skiff
  • Humpback whales in Frederick Sound and Chatham Strait
  • Wildlife searches: black and brown bears, eagles, sea otters, harbor seals, sea lions, sea birds
  • Kayak, paddle board and skiff remote inlets
  • Beachcombing, tide pool, and forest ecology discoveries
  • Destination Guide
  • Suggested Shore Excursions
Destination Arrival Departure
Juneau

Juneau 07/03/2020

Hello, Juneau! It's off to the hospitality area you go. Up the gangplank, your crew and wellness hosts meet you with a hearty welcome. The adventure begins, sailing westward for a week of healthful inspiration.,

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!

Juneau: Private Guided Brown Bear Viewing at Pack Creek - (6 hours)
Highlights:
The Pack Creek Brown Bear Sanctuary is located 30 air miles outside of Juneau on Admiralty Island. Accessed by floatplane, the native Tlingit people call this impressive island "Kootznoowoo," meaning "Fortress of the Bear."  Indeed, Admiralty Island is home to the highest concentration of brown bears in the world; more than all the lower 48 states combined. Nearly 100 miles long, with 700 miles of saltwater shoreline that encompass its roughly one million acres, this verdant gem of old-growth rainforest graces the northern part of the Southeast Alaskan panhandle's Inside Passage. On this excursion, you’ll enjoy the Pack Creek Brown Bear Sanctuary under the expertise of your private guide. The viewing area is approximately 60 yards from the creek, and we keep our distance to ensure true wilderness experiences going forward. Large lenses, a sense of adventure, and love of the wilderness and its amazing creatures are recommended.

Please note: Participants are required to be at least 7 years old.

Tour can operate:
Anytime while in port.
 
Inclusions:
All transportation to and from your cruise ship, round trip flightseeing and private guide at Pack Creek.
 
Not Included:
Anything not listed as included.
 
Juneau: Alpine Zipline Adventure - (3 hours, 45 mins)
Highlights:
Come experience the wilderness of Alaska on a one-of-a-kind adventure – zipping through the rainforest! Navigate through a series of ziplines and suspension bridge in an old-growth forest never leaving the treetops! Begin your zipline adventure by taking a “leap of faith” into the canopy, soaring through the Tongass National Forest. Land in uniquely designed, fully enclosed treehouse platforms where you can comfortably take in the scenery and snap a photo. Your friendly and knowledgeable guides are there every step of the way to ensure safety and share facts about the forest and local area. Before the tour ends, top off your journey by trying your hand at axe throwing and embrace your inner lumberjack. Relax back at the lodge and enjoy a snack while sharing a picture slideshow with your friends and family before returning to your ship.

Tour can operate:
Anytime while in port.
 
Inclusions:
All private transportation to and from the cruise ship terminal, highly qualified guides, souvenir aluminum water bottle, hot tea and light snack.
 
Not Included:
Anything not listed as included.
 
Juneau: Private Whales & Wilderness Exploration - (4 hours)
Highlights:
Southeast Alaska is a spectacular place of islands, glaciers, and rugged mountain peaks—stunning features that cradle diverse natural habitats that are home to fascinating animals. This private exploratory journey through coastal fiords introduces you to this wilderness—and its wild inhabitants—in an intimate setting with a certified naturalist and experienced captain. You will search out humpback whales, killer whales, stellar sea lions, and Dall's porpoise.  As you watch, you can also listen to the underwater sounds of the whales through our hydrophone as you drift peacefully alongside. Bring your camera and be ready for some great shots of these gentle giants! Chances are you will also see bald eagles and ravens soaring gracefully above the treetops, and witness ducks and harbor seals near the shoreline of famed Admiralty Island National Monument—also known as "the fortress of bears.” What is certain is that you will learn more about the natural wonders of this rare and dynamic environment on this exclusive tour.

Tour can operate:
Anytime while in port.
 
Inclusions:
All transportation to and from the cruise terminal and a deli-style picnic lunch with assorted juices and sodas. Stable boats are covered and have large windows that open up for unrestricted viewing. Boats are restroom equipped and have a hydrophone on board to listen to the underwater sounds of area whales.  Comfortable shoes, layers of warm clothing, and rain gear are recommended.
 
Please note:
Approximately 15 minutes on land to view and photograph the Mendenhall Glacier.
 
Not Included:
Anything not listed as included.
 
Juneau: Fortress of the Bears Kayak (8-hours)
Highlights:
On this adventure, you’ll head to Admiralty Island via floatplane and kayak—making for a journey as exciting as the bear-viewing itself. Located 30 air miles from Juneau, Admiralty Island is known to the native Tlingit people as “Kootznoowoo,” meaning “Fortress of the Bear.” Indeed, at almost 100 miles long with 700 miles of saltwater shoreline and a million acres of old-growth rainforest, it is home to the highest concentration of brown bears in the world—more than all the lower 48 states combined. Your journey begins with a 25-minute scenic floatplane flight to Windfall Island. From there, board your sea kayak and paddle to the edge of either Pack Creek or Windfall Harbor, where the wildlife sanctuary provides protected habitat for brown bears while affording visitors an opportunity to view and photograph wildlife close-up. Your guide will choose the best spot to view the bears; romping in the meadows, catching salmon in secret alcoves, or swimming in the creeks, rivers, and streams. Afterwards, you’ll kayak back to Windfall Island for the floatplane trip back to Juneau.

Tour can operate:
Anytime while in port.
 
Inclusions:
USFS wilderness permits, roundtrip floatplane and van transportation, fully certified guide, all necessary paddle equipment and gear, rain jackets, pants and rubber boots, hearty snack and bottled water.

Please note:
Space is limited as only a very few number of permits are available per day. ($50 per person non refundable permit fee once the tour has been booked including cancelation due to weather.) Permit fees allow the Pack Creek/ Windfall Harbor Program to preserve this unique wilderness setting, and ensure a base level of funding through the short summer season.

Participants are required to be at least 12 years old. Children must be in good physical condition to paddle a tandem kayak with an adult.?

Not Included:
Anything not listed as included.
 
Juneau: Private Dog Sled Tour - (3 hours 10 mins)
Highlights:
This adventure offers a spectacular helicopter flight combined with the opportunity to partake in the quintessential Alaskan experience—dog-sledding. Flying over the Juneau Ice Field to the dog camp is remarkable in its own right; soon after takeoff, glacier-carved mountains will unfold in front of your eyes. When you arrive, you will immediately meet not just your guides—all qualified Iditarod mushers—but also 80 eager Alaskan huskies. Over a kennel tour and time with your guides, you’ll learn about driving the dogs, and hear unique personal accounts of the Iditarod and other backcountry adventures. You will have ample photo opportunities and can dress up in original Iditarod Trail gear and finishing bibs. Finally, feel the excitement as the team is hooked up, and then hit the trail. Imagine yourself standing on the runners of a dog sled with a team of huskies loping across the ancient snowfields nestled among the peaks of the vast Juneau Icefield. You will learn very quickly the lure of the trail and the thrill of driving a dog team. This experience includes approximate transfer time of 25-minutes each direction from the cruise terminal and approximately 1.5-hours from lift off to landing back at the helicopter base.

Note: Due to late summer snow conditions, this tour only operates until mid to late August. Passenger names and weights are required by the FAA for weight and balance calculations and flight manifesting prior to confirmation. 6th person allowed in helicopter only if average weight of passengers is 180 lbs or less. Please bring sunglasses to protect against the glare of glacier ice.

Tour can operate:
 Anytime while in port.

Inclusions:
All transportation to and from the cruise terminal.
 
Not Included:
Anything not listed as included.
Juneau: Private Fly-out Fly Fishing - (5.5 hours)
Highlights:
This premier fly-out trip is Alaskan fishing at its finest: world-renowned fishing in remote waters, experienced local guides, and abundant wildlife in an untouched wilderness setting. First timers are catered to with hands-on instruction, while seasoned fly casters will enjoy the challenge of Alaskan fishing and the guide interaction. Floatplane is the only way to access the heart of the Alaskan wilderness, and that’s where we go. With access to a wide array of accessible streams, your guide and pilot are able to select the best location suited to your particular group—one that offers the best fishing opportunities available on any given day. Other groups are rarely, if ever, encountered, while wildlife is seen on almost every trip. All the fishing is done on an eco-conscious catch and release basis, and fishing species include cutthroat trout, steelhead, Dolly Varden and various salmon species. All gear and equipment, plus a smoked salmon snack, are included. Whether you’re a seasoned fly fisherman, a photographer, or a discriminating traveler looking for the true wilderness experience, this trip will fit the bill.

Please note: Participants are required to be at least 7 years old.?

Tour can operate:
Anytime while in port.
 
Inclusions:
All transportation to and from the cruise ship terminal, round trip floatplane flight to and from remote fishing location, fully outfitted, with 4 hours on site fishing.
 
Not Included:
Anything not listed as included.
 
Juneau: Private Mendenhall Glacier Trek & Climb - (7.5 hours)
Highlights:
This adventure involves hiking, glacier trekking, and ice climbing as you trace the path of glacial succession on the Mendenhall Glacier. It features close-up views of ice caves, streams, crevasses and other unique glacial formations, with professional guides providing expert instruction and interpretation. The trip begins with a three-mile trail hike through the rainforest and along Mendenhall Lake; with an elevation gain of 500 feet and sections that take you off the beaten path, it will take approximately two hours to reach the glacier. Once there, you will be outfitted in trekking gear. Choose to spend your time trekking on the glacier looking at the stunning glacial formations, ice climbing, or rappelling on more vertical terrain. Guides instruct you step by step on how to trek in crampons and use an ice axe on glacial terrain. With the use of ice axes on a beginner slope, they will teach you the basic techniques of climbing up and down on an ice wall. Be ready for a great adventure!

Tour can operate:
Anytime while in port.
 
Inclusions:
Certified guides, mountaineering gear, backpack, rain jacket and pants, hearty snacks / bottled water, roundtrip transportation. 
 
Please Note:
This tour caters to all ages and abilities; however guests must be in good physical condition to hike for up to 6 hours, covering approximately 7 – 8 miles roundtrip. Please bring sunglasses to protect against the glare of glacier ice and sturdy hiking boots that provide good ankle support.
 
Not Included:
Anything not listed as included.
 
Juneau: Helicopter Glacer Trek - (4 hours 15 minutes)
Highlights:
This adventure involves a helicopter ride over the Juneau Ice Field followed by a two-hour hike during which a professional mountaineering guide will teach you the basics of trekking on the icy terrain and give you an understanding of the glacier’s features. From the vantage point of the helicopter, you will immediately gain perspective on the grandeur of the Juneau Icefield and glaciers. Upon landing, you will learn the use of mountaineering gear (ice axe, hard-shell boots, crampons, harness) as your guide leads you through the icescape of the glacier. The physical activity will be interspersed with detailed explanations of the glacier environment and surrounding area. No prior experience is required, but you will need to be comfortable walking two miles over uneven, sometimes steep, always spectacular terrain.

Tour can operate:
Anytime while in port.
 
Inclusions:
All transportation to and from the cruise terminal, Helicopter Flight, glacier guides and instruction, rain and wind proof outerwear, mountaineering boots, Crampons, Trekking Pole and Hip Pack
 
Please Note:
6th person allowed in helicopter only if average weight of passengers is 180 lbs or less. Please bring sunglasses to protect against the glare of glacier ice.
 
Not Included:
Anything not listed as included.
 
Juneau: Private Helicopter Glacier Walkabout - (3 hours, 15 minutes)
Highlights:
Discover the diversity and grandeur of the Southeast Discover the diversity and grandeur of the Southeast Alaska landscape via helicopter and foot as you fly over the temperate rainforests and granite peaks that surround the Alaska’s capital city, 
then take a one-hour walk on a glacier. Your pilot will choose a landing site on one of the 36 glaciers that flow from the 1500-square-mile Juneau Icefield. During this non-strenuous interpretive walk, your guide will provide detailed descriptions of the glacier’s features and allow ample time for photo opportunities. Trekking poles and crampons provide superb balance and traction, enabling you to travel easily on the gently rolling glacial terrain. The amount of walking is moderate and covers relatively flat to rolling terrain. The views are unforgettable.

Tour can operate:
Anytime while in port.
 
Inclusions:
All transportation to and from the cruise terminal, Helicopter Flight, glacier guides and instructions, rain and wind proof outerwear, mountaineering boots, Crampons, Trekking Pole and Hip Pack
 
Please Note:
6th person allowed in helicopter only if average weight of passengers is 180 lbs or less. Please bring sunglasses to protect against the glare of glacier ice.
 
Not Included:
Anything not listed as included.
 
Juneau: Brown Bear Wildlife Viewing - (5-hours)
Highlights:
This astonishing Alaskan brown bear and wildlife viewing adventure takes place in the wilderness of Southeast Alaska—thanks to a spectacular floatplane ride through some of the area’s most impressive scenery. Arriving at a remote stream, you may walk for a mile or more to reach the day’s preferred bear viewing location. Guides will easily share their knowledge of Alaskan brown bears, local flora and fauna, and the history of the area while you are viewing Southeast Alaskan wildlife. Prepare for a once-in-a-lifetime experience that provides an amazing glimpse into the world of one of the most majestic animals of the Alaskan wild. That said, this is a true wilderness experience, which means that bear sightings are not guaranteed. However, it is the ultimate goal of the guides to provide bear viewing opportunities based on season, weather, and past experience. Photographers and nature-lovers will thrill in the wilderness experience.

Tour can operate:
Anytime while in port.
 
Inclusions:
All transportation, private floatplane and guide, boots / waders, rain coats, binoculars and beverages. 
 
Please Note:
Moderate physical fitness may be required as guests may be asked to walk 1 – 1- ½ miles. 3 hours of actual time on site viewing Brown Bear and local wildlife. For most reliable bear viewing, this tour is offered only from mid-July to mid-September.
 
Not Included:
Anything not listed as included.
 
Juneau: Private Juneau Highlights - (4 hours)
Highlights:
Juneau is the capital city of Alaska and the only capital in the United States that does not have roads connecting it to the rest of the state or the mainland, thanks to its rugged terrain. On this Juneau Highlights Tour, visit some of this unique city’s most noteworthy attractions with a local expert. Begin your journey by exploring the heart of downtown Juneau as you ride along charming streets and past major historical landmarks such as, the State Capitol Building, the Governor’s House, and the Russian Orthodox Church. Continue your scenic drive to the Douglas Island Overlook for gorgeous views and photos of the Juneau coastline and Gastineau Channel. From there, make a stop at the Macaulay Hatchery and learn about the salmon industry, observe marine life, and watch the salmon run up the ladder (depending on the time of year). Finally, stop at the Mendenhall Glacier to enjoy a gentle interpretive walk (from ½ mile - 2 miles / 0.8 - 3 kilometers).

Tour can operate:
Anytime while in port.
 
Inclusions:
Private interpretive guided tour and admissions.
 
Not Included:
Anything not listed as included.
 
Juneau: Private Taku Lodge Feast & 5-Glacier Seaplane Discovery - (3.3 hours)
Highlights:
This unique excursion combines glacier flightseeing, a remote log cabin, wilderness trails, wildlife, and a scrumptious wild Alaskan king salmon feast. The adventure starts with a spectacular floatplane flight during which everyone enjoys an unrestricted window view and fully narrated experience. Taking off from the Juneau waterfront near your ship’s berth, you’ll immediately be viewing the magnificent glaciers (both advancing and receding) and deep blue crevasses of the Juneau Icefield. Snow-capped mountains, cascading waterfalls, and lush forests dot the landscape, and you’ll view five breathtaking glaciers on your way to Taku Lodge. There, the river will be your “runway,” and you’ll soon be getting cozy in this historic lodge. Built in 1923 directly across from the picturesque Hole-In-The-Wall Glacier, one of the few advancing glaciers in Alaska, it sits amid the untouched Tongass National Forest. Shortly after your arrival, the aroma of fresh wild Alaska king salmon tells you the feast is about to begin. Homemade side dishes complete this truly Alaskan meal presented with a perfectly rustic charm—and actual glacier ice to cool your drinks. 

Tour can operate:
Anytime while in port.
 
Inclusions:
All local transportation, 35 minutes of Glacier Flightseeing en route to the Lodge, 2 full hours at the Lodge, Wild Alaskan King Salmon dinner, use of the Taku Glacier Lodge facilities and a 15 minute return flight over the glaciers to Juneau.
 
Not Included:
Anything not listed as included.
 
Juneau: Private Alaska's Whales, Glaciers, & Rainforest Trails Exploration - (5 hours)
Highlights:
This eco-tour combines a unique marine exploration with an easy hike on a secluded rainforest trail—allowing you to experience the abundant wildlife of Southeast Alaska by land and by sea. Aboard our stable covered watercraft, you’ll enjoy unobstructed views through large opening panel windows, a low to the water vantage, an open stern and bow, and a hydrophone sound system that allows you to listen to the underwater sounds of nearby whales. Your captain and naturalist team will help you identify humpback whales, orcas, porpoises, sea lions, seals, sea birds, and more. On land, you will stretch your legs on a secluded trail within the Tongass National Forest. Starting under a sheltered rainforest canopy, you’ll eventually reach the glacier's moraine, with scenic views of the Mendenhall Glacier and Nugget Falls. Spawning salmon, hungry eagles, and black bears visit this area each summer, so keep your eyes peeled! Picnic lunch is included.

Tour can operate:
Anytime while in port.
 
Inclusions:
All transportation to and from the cruise terminal and a deli-style picnic lunch with assorted juices and sodas. Stable boats are covered and have large windows that open up for unrestricted viewing. Boats are restroom equipped and have a hydrophone on board to listen to the underwater sounds of area whales.
 
Please note:
Hiking distance is about a mile on a mostly level gravel trail. Dress warmly and in layers, and wear comfortable yet sturdy walking shoes. Rain ponchos and walking sticks are available for use. A guide is with you for the entirety of the tour. Binoculars and maps are available on the boat. This tour operates in all weather conditions and may run in reverse order


Not Included:
Anything not listed as included.
 
Juneau: Private Dogsled Tour with Extra Glacier Landing - (3 hours and 40 mins)
Highlights:
This very special adventure begins with a spectacular helicopter flight that will see you flying over the Juneau Icefield—glacier-carved mountains unfolding in front of you—to a dog camp on the glacier. There, your expert guides will teach you about the lives of mushers and the dogs, and the experience of mushing an authentic racing team. Next, you’ll feel the excitement as the team is hooked up, and then…you’re off, riding over vast expanses of Alaskan snow, with the opportunity to actually mush the dogs yourself! Imagine standing on the runners of a dog sled with a team of huskies loping across the ancient snowfields nestled among the peaks of the vast Juneau Icefield. On the journey back, you will touch down at a lower level of the glacier to view some beautiful features of glacial movement up close; as your pilot shuts down the helicopter, enjoy the silence and a guided walkabout. This experience includes approximate transfer time of 25-minutes each direction from the cruise terminal and approximately 2-hours, 10-minutes from lift off to landing back at the helicopter base.

Note: Due to late summer snow conditions, this tour only operates until mid to late August. Passenger names and weights are required by the FAA for weight and balance calculations and flight manifesting prior to confirmation.  6th person allowed in helicopter only if average weight of passengers is 180 lbs or less. Please bring sunglasses to protect against the glare of glacier ice.

Tour can operate:
Anytime while in port.
 
Inclusions:
All transportation to and from the cruise terminal. 
 
Not Included:
Anything not listed as included.
 
Juneau: Private Taku Glacier Helicopter & Airboat Adventure - (3.5 hours)
Highlights:

Venture into the heart of Alaska’s wilderness by air, water, and ice! This is a rare opportunity to experience the Taku Glacier from all possible perspectives. Begin your adventure with an aerial exploration of the breathtaking Juneau Icefield and surrounding Tongass National Forest before touching down at the isolated Taku Point. Continue with an hour-long airboat expedition of the area and experience close-up views of the Taku Glacier as you cruise its 5-mile (8 kilometer) terminus. Next, fly up to the surface of the icefield and explore the pristine features of the area’s largest glacier by foot. With viewing opportunities of the glacier’s dramatic face and deep blue crevasses, this is sure to be a truly unforgettable Alaskan experience.

Tour can operate:
Anytime while in port.
 
Inclusions:
All transportation to and from the cruise terminal.
 
Please Note:
Dress warmly and in layers, as the temperature on the glacier is often colder than you are used to. You will be outfitted with a glacier over-boot prior to embarking on your trip, please wear rubber soled shoes such as a light hiking boot or athletic shoes to insure a good fit. Don’t forget your sunglasses, scarf, hat and gloves, and remember to bring your camera with space for lots of pictures! These tours are for EVERYONE, no minimum fitness level is required.
 
Not Included:
Anything not listed as included.
 
Juneau: Private Paddle with Whales - Kayak Adventure (6 hours)

Visit an uninhabited island landscape composed of lush and vibrant temperate rainforest, exquisite snow-capped peaks, blue-glowing glaciers, and where your only neighbors are the feeding humpbacks, curious sea lions, playful porpoises, and soaring eagles!
On this exclusive family friendly journey, you and your private guide will visit the Channel Islands State Marine Park. Having been picked up and transported to the boat harbor, you’ll board a water taxi and make the 20-minute protected inland water crossing to Lincoln Island while scanning the seas for marine wildlife. 

Arriving at a private cove, you’ll explore this remote wilderness by kayak and trail, as your guide leads you on a paddle adventure and a hike through the rainforest to hidden observation points. Afterwards, relax at the island base camp and enjoy a healthy snack while taking in the magnificent scenery. 

From both sea and shore, you may see humpback whales, harbor seals, Steller sea lions, Dall’s porpoise, harbor porpoise, orca, numerous bird species, including bald eagles and blue heron, and deer, or river otters. 
Suitable for all experience levels, this excursion is the preeminent paddling and island exploration eco-adventure in Southeast Alaska. It will surely provide a new perspective on what’s possible in this remote part of the world.

Tour can operate:
Anytime while in port.

Inclusions:
All transportation to and from the cruise terminal, professional guide, roundtrip water taxi transport, state park permits, all paddling gear and equipment, rain jackets and pants, rubber boots, snack, and bottled water.

Please note: 
Minimum age to participate is 6 years old. Children must be in good physical condition to paddle a tandem kayak with an adult.

Not Included:
Anything not listed as included.

Juneau: A Tour with Taste (2.5 hours)
A food or culinary tour is a perfect way to immerse yourself into the culture of a city, and Juneau is home to some of the finest eateries in Southeast Alaska. On A Tour with Taste, you will feed your belly AND your mind! As you eat your way through Alaska’s capital city, your local guide will colorfully detail some of Juneau’s history and culture as you stroll along the beautiful streets of downtown. You will enjoy a total of nine tastings of true Alaskan food, including succulent seafood, famous candies and cookies, and locally brewed beer.

Tour can operate:
Anytime while in port.

Inclusions:
All transportation to and from the cruise terminal. All tastings, a guided walking tour, reusable shopping bag, and bottled water.

Not Included:
Anything not listed as included.

Juneau: Private Sport Fishing for Salmon (7 hours)
Board a state of the art boat for unparalleled salmon fishing in the waters around Juneau, Alaska with local guides who know the ins and outs of these waters. You will get to the heart of the action quickly while enjoying the spectacular scenery. Each vessel is equipped with top notch navigation electronics that include 12-inch screens for the chart plotters, radar, gps, depth, and fish finders, as well as high quality salmon fishing tackle and Shimano reels. On the helm of each boat are complimentary snacks like chips, candy, granola bars, and fruits, and water and sodas are provided in a cooler out back under the aft deck chairs. Cabins are spacious with plenty of seating providing a comfortable and stable ride for all. 

Tour can operate:
Anytime while in port.

Inclusions:
All transportation to and from the cruise ship terminal, fully outfitted charter boat, picnic lunch, and snacks, with 5-hours on site fishing.

Not Included:
Anything not listed as included.

Juneau: Private Icefield Excursion (2.5 hours)
Description:
Your helicopter flight will take you over the spectacular rock formations and icefalls of the Juneau Icefield as it heads toward the Herbert, Taku, Lemon, or Norris Glacier. Your helicopter flight will be narrated by a knowledgeable pilot-guide. Upon reaching your destination your pilot-guide will shut down the helicopter and escort you on an informative, relaxing walk while describing the area that surrounds you. This experience includes approximate transfer time of 25-minutes each direction from the cruise terminal and approximately 1-hour from lift off to landing back at the helicopter base.

Tour can operate:
Anytime while in port.

Inclusions:
All transportation to and from the cruise terminal and private helicopter.

Please note: 
Please bring sunglasses to protect against the glare of glacier ice.

Not Included:
Anything not listed as included.

Juneau: Whale Watching & Mendenhall Glacier Photo Safari (5 hours)
Description:
Step into Alaska with a naturalist photography guide. You will capture Juneau`s top sites and abundant marine wildlife on the same excursion! Your naturalist photography guide will lead you to local photo hot spots while sharing tips and techniques to help enhance your images. You'll enjoy a professional instructional slide show in the vehicle en route to the Mendenhall Glacier. Your photo guide works to inspire and educate while leading you to explore the Trail of Time capturing the natural history of the lacier. Walk an easy permitted trail through the shelter of the forest to photograph the signs of glaciation. 

Your guide assists in having you step away from the crowds and capture the area`s hidden places before stopping to shoot the glacier itself. The itinerary is personalized and kept flexible in order to allow for those unexpected events that often become the highlights of an Alaskan experience.

Next you will board a safari vessel for an unforgettable journey as you learn about life and living in the waterways of Stephens Passage. These boats are designed to get you up close and personal with the environment. The sheltered cabin has large panel windows that open from within to give you unrestricted views while keeping you dry on a rainy day. Padded arm rests fold over the sills to provide a steady platform for photographing marine life and shoreline activity. These are the only crafts of their kind in Southeast Alaska, custom built specifically for marine wildlife photography; there is simply no better vantage available.
On this tour the star of the show is different every day: Wildflowers in bloom, soaring eagles, spawning salmon, light on a foggy glacier, migratory birds, bubble feeding humpback whales, curious sea lions, sleek killer whales, and even lumbering black bears are possibilities. Your guide will provide photo coaching while helping you take full advantage of the opportunities each day presents. Come and learn about Juneau's natural wonders and colorful history as you strive to capture that decisive moment in the medium worth a thousand words. 
Tour can operate:
Anytime while in port.

Inclusions: All transportation to and from the cruise terminal and a deli-style picnic lunch with assorted juices and sodas. Stable boats are covered and have large windows that open up for unrestricted viewing. Boats are restroom equipped and have a hydrophone on board to listen to the underwater sounds of area whales.

Please note: Regardless of skill level, your instructor works individually with each participant to ensure that everyone's photographic abilities are improved. Your guide is with you for the entirety of the tour.

Not Included:
Anything not listed as included.

Juneau: Juneau Hiking (4 hours)
Enjoy the intimate nature of Alaska’s wilderness and wildlife at a pace that only a hike can provide. You will be safely led by a professional and knowledgeable guide who is locally trained as a naturalist. Go where the locals go and get away from the crowds on permitted Tongass trails. Perseverance
National Recreational Trail—one of the most scenic and well-used trails in Juneau—is one of the three most historically significant trails in the entire state, along with the Chilkoot and Iditarod Trail.
Juneau: Private Kayak Paddle & Trek (8-hours)
Highlights:

Experience the magnificent Mendenhall Glacier and Lake from a series of unparalleled vantage points with your own private guide on Southeast Alaska’s singular multi-sport glacial adventure!
Begin at the edge of Mendenhall Lake for this family-friendly adventure. After your gear outfitting, kayak orientation, and safety briefing, point your bow toward the awe-inspiring glacier ahead and paddle on this silt-rich lake with glowing blue icebergs of all shapes and sizes and reflections of the grand peaks of the Coastal Mountain Range. Mendenhall Lake offers the unique experience of paddling near icebergs, nesting cliffs, and giant waterfalls. Don’t forget to look toward the shorelines, mountains, and sky around you for possible wildlife sightings – mountain goats, black bear, porcupine, river otter, beaver, eagles, loons, and Arctic terns all inhabit this area!

Upon reaching the beach landing site near the glacier’s edge, trade your paddles for trekking poles. Leave your sea legs behind and venture to the glacier and onto the ice, taking a journey through time as your expert guides help you explore accessible features such as crevasses, ice caves, moulins, melt water streams, and pools. Based on your group’s interest, pace, time restrictions, and ice conditions, top-roped ice climbing on a near-vertical face may also be a possible component of your glacier exploration! After your trek, return to your boats and paddle across the lake once more, allowing the visually stunning experience to wash over you before returning to the lake’s edge.

Adventurers of all experience levels are welcome

Inclusions:
All transportation to and from the cruise terminal, professional guide, US Forest Service permits, tandem kayaks, all glacier gear and paddling equipment, rain jackets and pants, rubber boots, snack, and bottled water.
 
Not Included:
Anything not listed as included.

Note: Minimum age to participate is 12 years old. Children must be in good physical condition to paddle a tandem kayak with an adult, and must wear a shoe size of 2 or larger to fit crampons.

Juneau: Private Glacier Trek (9-hours)

Highlights:
Hike through history as you make your way through the Tongass Rainforest to the Mendenhall Glacier. Follow the path of the glacier’s recession until you reach the edge, then learn how to ice trek onto the glacier’s surface. Spend the day exploring and learning about the whole glacial ecosystem while hiking 9 miles (14.5 kilometers) round-trip and exploring the ice features up close, including possibly ice caves, moulins, conduits, crevasses, and more!

Tour can operate:
Anytime while in port.
 
Inclusions:
All transportation to and from your cruise ship, round trip flightseeing and private guide at Pack Creek.
 
Not Included:
Anything not listed as included.

Please note:
Minimum age to participate is 8 years old.

Juneau: Private Luxury Whale Watch (4-hours)
Highlights:

Enjoy Alaska’s beauty with the ultimate 5-star experience aboard a luxurious private yacht. You will be picked up from your cruise ship in a Mercedes Sprinter and delivered directly to Opus, your exclusive whale watching vessel and the only one of its kind in Southeast Alaska. From there, you will explore Juneau and discover humpback whales, orca, bald eagles, sea lions, and more. Juneau is the best place to observe humpback whales in the summer and sightings are almost always guaranteed during your trip. Unlike other whale watching tours, your first-class experience includes complimentary Alaskan beer, wine, champagne, soft drinks, bottled water, coffee, and premium appetizers. On your return to your ship, you’ll have the opportunity to stop for a picture of the world-famous Mendenhall Glacier (weather permitting). This excursion will surely be an adventure of a lifetime!

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Icy Strait

Icy Strait 07/04/2020

Kick start the morning with on-deck yoga stretches and a strong cup of coffee. Energized and snug in your kayak, glide around in remote bays off of Icy Strait through giant bullwhip kelp that can grow to over 100 feet long. Join the gang in a skiff to a rocky outcropping to watch sea lions play. Or, step into mud boots for a forest hike with your top-notch, naturalist guides who have plenty to share about everything Alaska—marine biology, plants, and even geology. On board, soak it all in as you soak in the hot tub.,
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Glacier Bay

Glacier Bay 07/05/2020

You're in for a real treat. A National Park ranger comes aboard to share expert insight. Have your binoculars handy—South Marble Island is a birder's slice of heaven. Puffins scoot through the water. Guillemots and gulls chatter up the airwaves. The snoozing sea lions don't seem to mind. More thrills and chills await as you cruise to the far end of John Hopkins Inlet or Tarr Inlet where glaciers calve into the water. Backed by knife-edged peaks, bears forage along the shoreline of Tidal Inlet. Mountain goats too. Back at Bartlett Cove, if time and daylight allow, take a forest hike around the park headquarters, and say farewell to your ranger.,
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Chatham Strait

Chatham Strait 07/06/2020

Stretching 150 miles into the Tongass National Forest, Chatham Strait offers adventure aplenty. Rest assured your captain navigates to the best. Anchor in a remote Chichagof Island inlet. Backpacks loaded and adventure toys lowered (skiffs, paddle boards, kayaks), it's time to go play. Energy flows as you hike up through moss-covered trees and rain-fed waterfalls. Stick to the water in a kayak excursion, and don't forget to look above and below the surface. A nosy seal could be watching your every stroke. Beachcomb rocky shores. Tiny creatures cling to rocks. Tonight, take a nightcap to the sun deck and watch the sky.,
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Kuiu Island

Kuiu Island 07/07/2020

The jagged arms and fingers of Kuiu Island stretch from 25 to just six miles wide. Salmon streams dot the coastline—and where there's salmon, there are bears. Despite its slim size, Kuiu Island is home to many black bears, who, like you, love the solitude and open skies in the heart of the Tongass National Forest. From kayak or skiff, scope the intertidal zones of Saginaw Bay for these guys. Eagles fish here too, their white noggins give away their perches. Kayak along the Keku Islands or take the pace down a notch with an easy stroll amidst the tide pools. It's remote, and remarkable.,
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Frederick Sound

Frederick Sound 07/08/2020

Humpbacks beeline it here each season to feed on krill, zooplankton, and herring. Watch for whales feasting in these abundant glacial waters. Hang out and enjoy the show. Based on wind and weather, your expedition team has the lineup of adventures all mapped out. Cruise past Five Fingers Lighthouse, Alaska's oldest light station, and The Brothers Islands, where sea lions nap on rocky knobs. Paddle into the deeps of Port Houghton or Windham Bay or head ashore for a hike. Somewhere nearby, carrot-billed black oystercatchers are saying hello. Tonight, toast another big day in Alaska.,
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Endicott Arm

Endicott Arm 07/09/2020

Skiffing up Endicott Arm, harbor seals laze around on icebergs. If the tides are right, slip into Fords Terror, the steep walls of this narrow opening streaked with waterfalls. Back in the Endicott Arm, gasp at the deep glacier-carved valleys. It's at the end where you meet the pièce de résistance: Dawes Glacier. Blue ice marches down from the Coast Mountains. With a sharp crack, the white thunder of a calving slice makes a mega-splash. Tonight, celebrate with a festive Farewell Dinner and "photo journal" from your expedition team.,
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Dawes Glacier

Dawes Glacier 07/09/2020

Skiffing up Endicott Arm, harbor seals laze around on icebergs. If the tides are right, slip into Fords Terror, the steep walls of this narrow opening streaked with waterfalls. Back in the Endicott Arm, gasp at the deep glacier-carved valleys. It's at the end where you meet the pièce de résistance: Dawes Glacier. Blue ice marches down from the Coast Mountains. With a sharp crack, the white thunder of a calving slice makes a mega-splash. Tonight, celebrate with a festive Farewell Dinner and "photo journal" from your expedition team.,
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Juneau

Juneau 07/10/2020

Mmmm, fresh baked pastries over one last breakfast. Your crew and new friends wish heartfelt goodbyes. This morning, transfer to the Juneau airport or begin your UnCruise hotel stay or land tour.,

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!

Juneau: Private Guided Brown Bear Viewing at Pack Creek - (6 hours)
Highlights:
The Pack Creek Brown Bear Sanctuary is located 30 air miles outside of Juneau on Admiralty Island. Accessed by floatplane, the native Tlingit people call this impressive island "Kootznoowoo," meaning "Fortress of the Bear."  Indeed, Admiralty Island is home to the highest concentration of brown bears in the world; more than all the lower 48 states combined. Nearly 100 miles long, with 700 miles of saltwater shoreline that encompass its roughly one million acres, this verdant gem of old-growth rainforest graces the northern part of the Southeast Alaskan panhandle's Inside Passage. On this excursion, you’ll enjoy the Pack Creek Brown Bear Sanctuary under the expertise of your private guide. The viewing area is approximately 60 yards from the creek, and we keep our distance to ensure true wilderness experiences going forward. Large lenses, a sense of adventure, and love of the wilderness and its amazing creatures are recommended.

Please note: Participants are required to be at least 7 years old.

Tour can operate:
Anytime while in port.
 
Inclusions:
All transportation to and from your cruise ship, round trip flightseeing and private guide at Pack Creek.
 
Not Included:
Anything not listed as included.
 
Juneau: Alpine Zipline Adventure - (3 hours, 45 mins)
Highlights:
Come experience the wilderness of Alaska on a one-of-a-kind adventure – zipping through the rainforest! Navigate through a series of ziplines and suspension bridge in an old-growth forest never leaving the treetops! Begin your zipline adventure by taking a “leap of faith” into the canopy, soaring through the Tongass National Forest. Land in uniquely designed, fully enclosed treehouse platforms where you can comfortably take in the scenery and snap a photo. Your friendly and knowledgeable guides are there every step of the way to ensure safety and share facts about the forest and local area. Before the tour ends, top off your journey by trying your hand at axe throwing and embrace your inner lumberjack. Relax back at the lodge and enjoy a snack while sharing a picture slideshow with your friends and family before returning to your ship.

Tour can operate:
Anytime while in port.
 
Inclusions:
All private transportation to and from the cruise ship terminal, highly qualified guides, souvenir aluminum water bottle, hot tea and light snack.
 
Not Included:
Anything not listed as included.
 
Juneau: Private Whales & Wilderness Exploration - (4 hours)
Highlights:
Southeast Alaska is a spectacular place of islands, glaciers, and rugged mountain peaks—stunning features that cradle diverse natural habitats that are home to fascinating animals. This private exploratory journey through coastal fiords introduces you to this wilderness—and its wild inhabitants—in an intimate setting with a certified naturalist and experienced captain. You will search out humpback whales, killer whales, stellar sea lions, and Dall's porpoise.  As you watch, you can also listen to the underwater sounds of the whales through our hydrophone as you drift peacefully alongside. Bring your camera and be ready for some great shots of these gentle giants! Chances are you will also see bald eagles and ravens soaring gracefully above the treetops, and witness ducks and harbor seals near the shoreline of famed Admiralty Island National Monument—also known as "the fortress of bears.” What is certain is that you will learn more about the natural wonders of this rare and dynamic environment on this exclusive tour.

Tour can operate:
Anytime while in port.
 
Inclusions:
All transportation to and from the cruise terminal and a deli-style picnic lunch with assorted juices and sodas. Stable boats are covered and have large windows that open up for unrestricted viewing. Boats are restroom equipped and have a hydrophone on board to listen to the underwater sounds of area whales.  Comfortable shoes, layers of warm clothing, and rain gear are recommended.
 
Please note:
Approximately 15 minutes on land to view and photograph the Mendenhall Glacier.
 
Not Included:
Anything not listed as included.
 
Juneau: Fortress of the Bears Kayak (8-hours)
Highlights:
On this adventure, you’ll head to Admiralty Island via floatplane and kayak—making for a journey as exciting as the bear-viewing itself. Located 30 air miles from Juneau, Admiralty Island is known to the native Tlingit people as “Kootznoowoo,” meaning “Fortress of the Bear.” Indeed, at almost 100 miles long with 700 miles of saltwater shoreline and a million acres of old-growth rainforest, it is home to the highest concentration of brown bears in the world—more than all the lower 48 states combined. Your journey begins with a 25-minute scenic floatplane flight to Windfall Island. From there, board your sea kayak and paddle to the edge of either Pack Creek or Windfall Harbor, where the wildlife sanctuary provides protected habitat for brown bears while affording visitors an opportunity to view and photograph wildlife close-up. Your guide will choose the best spot to view the bears; romping in the meadows, catching salmon in secret alcoves, or swimming in the creeks, rivers, and streams. Afterwards, you’ll kayak back to Windfall Island for the floatplane trip back to Juneau.

Tour can operate:
Anytime while in port.
 
Inclusions:
USFS wilderness permits, roundtrip floatplane and van transportation, fully certified guide, all necessary paddle equipment and gear, rain jackets, pants and rubber boots, hearty snack and bottled water.

Please note:
Space is limited as only a very few number of permits are available per day. ($50 per person non refundable permit fee once the tour has been booked including cancelation due to weather.) Permit fees allow the Pack Creek/ Windfall Harbor Program to preserve this unique wilderness setting, and ensure a base level of funding through the short summer season.

Participants are required to be at least 12 years old. Children must be in good physical condition to paddle a tandem kayak with an adult.?

Not Included:
Anything not listed as included.
 
Juneau: Private Dog Sled Tour - (3 hours 10 mins)
Highlights:
This adventure offers a spectacular helicopter flight combined with the opportunity to partake in the quintessential Alaskan experience—dog-sledding. Flying over the Juneau Ice Field to the dog camp is remarkable in its own right; soon after takeoff, glacier-carved mountains will unfold in front of your eyes. When you arrive, you will immediately meet not just your guides—all qualified Iditarod mushers—but also 80 eager Alaskan huskies. Over a kennel tour and time with your guides, you’ll learn about driving the dogs, and hear unique personal accounts of the Iditarod and other backcountry adventures. You will have ample photo opportunities and can dress up in original Iditarod Trail gear and finishing bibs. Finally, feel the excitement as the team is hooked up, and then hit the trail. Imagine yourself standing on the runners of a dog sled with a team of huskies loping across the ancient snowfields nestled among the peaks of the vast Juneau Icefield. You will learn very quickly the lure of the trail and the thrill of driving a dog team. This experience includes approximate transfer time of 25-minutes each direction from the cruise terminal and approximately 1.5-hours from lift off to landing back at the helicopter base.

Note: Due to late summer snow conditions, this tour only operates until mid to late August. Passenger names and weights are required by the FAA for weight and balance calculations and flight manifesting prior to confirmation. 6th person allowed in helicopter only if average weight of passengers is 180 lbs or less. Please bring sunglasses to protect against the glare of glacier ice.

Tour can operate:
 Anytime while in port.

Inclusions:
All transportation to and from the cruise terminal.
 
Not Included:
Anything not listed as included.
Juneau: Private Fly-out Fly Fishing - (5.5 hours)
Highlights:
This premier fly-out trip is Alaskan fishing at its finest: world-renowned fishing in remote waters, experienced local guides, and abundant wildlife in an untouched wilderness setting. First timers are catered to with hands-on instruction, while seasoned fly casters will enjoy the challenge of Alaskan fishing and the guide interaction. Floatplane is the only way to access the heart of the Alaskan wilderness, and that’s where we go. With access to a wide array of accessible streams, your guide and pilot are able to select the best location suited to your particular group—one that offers the best fishing opportunities available on any given day. Other groups are rarely, if ever, encountered, while wildlife is seen on almost every trip. All the fishing is done on an eco-conscious catch and release basis, and fishing species include cutthroat trout, steelhead, Dolly Varden and various salmon species. All gear and equipment, plus a smoked salmon snack, are included. Whether you’re a seasoned fly fisherman, a photographer, or a discriminating traveler looking for the true wilderness experience, this trip will fit the bill.

Please note: Participants are required to be at least 7 years old.?

Tour can operate:
Anytime while in port.
 
Inclusions:
All transportation to and from the cruise ship terminal, round trip floatplane flight to and from remote fishing location, fully outfitted, with 4 hours on site fishing.
 
Not Included:
Anything not listed as included.
 
Juneau: Private Mendenhall Glacier Trek & Climb - (7.5 hours)
Highlights:
This adventure involves hiking, glacier trekking, and ice climbing as you trace the path of glacial succession on the Mendenhall Glacier. It features close-up views of ice caves, streams, crevasses and other unique glacial formations, with professional guides providing expert instruction and interpretation. The trip begins with a three-mile trail hike through the rainforest and along Mendenhall Lake; with an elevation gain of 500 feet and sections that take you off the beaten path, it will take approximately two hours to reach the glacier. Once there, you will be outfitted in trekking gear. Choose to spend your time trekking on the glacier looking at the stunning glacial formations, ice climbing, or rappelling on more vertical terrain. Guides instruct you step by step on how to trek in crampons and use an ice axe on glacial terrain. With the use of ice axes on a beginner slope, they will teach you the basic techniques of climbing up and down on an ice wall. Be ready for a great adventure!

Tour can operate:
Anytime while in port.
 
Inclusions:
Certified guides, mountaineering gear, backpack, rain jacket and pants, hearty snacks / bottled water, roundtrip transportation. 
 
Please Note:
This tour caters to all ages and abilities; however guests must be in good physical condition to hike for up to 6 hours, covering approximately 7 – 8 miles roundtrip. Please bring sunglasses to protect against the glare of glacier ice and sturdy hiking boots that provide good ankle support.
 
Not Included:
Anything not listed as included.
 
Juneau: Helicopter Glacer Trek - (4 hours 15 minutes)
Highlights:
This adventure involves a helicopter ride over the Juneau Ice Field followed by a two-hour hike during which a professional mountaineering guide will teach you the basics of trekking on the icy terrain and give you an understanding of the glacier’s features. From the vantage point of the helicopter, you will immediately gain perspective on the grandeur of the Juneau Icefield and glaciers. Upon landing, you will learn the use of mountaineering gear (ice axe, hard-shell boots, crampons, harness) as your guide leads you through the icescape of the glacier. The physical activity will be interspersed with detailed explanations of the glacier environment and surrounding area. No prior experience is required, but you will need to be comfortable walking two miles over uneven, sometimes steep, always spectacular terrain.

Tour can operate:
Anytime while in port.
 
Inclusions:
All transportation to and from the cruise terminal, Helicopter Flight, glacier guides and instruction, rain and wind proof outerwear, mountaineering boots, Crampons, Trekking Pole and Hip Pack
 
Please Note:
6th person allowed in helicopter only if average weight of passengers is 180 lbs or less. Please bring sunglasses to protect against the glare of glacier ice.
 
Not Included:
Anything not listed as included.
 
Juneau: Private Helicopter Glacier Walkabout - (3 hours, 15 minutes)
Highlights:
Discover the diversity and grandeur of the Southeast Discover the diversity and grandeur of the Southeast Alaska landscape via helicopter and foot as you fly over the temperate rainforests and granite peaks that surround the Alaska’s capital city, 
then take a one-hour walk on a glacier. Your pilot will choose a landing site on one of the 36 glaciers that flow from the 1500-square-mile Juneau Icefield. During this non-strenuous interpretive walk, your guide will provide detailed descriptions of the glacier’s features and allow ample time for photo opportunities. Trekking poles and crampons provide superb balance and traction, enabling you to travel easily on the gently rolling glacial terrain. The amount of walking is moderate and covers relatively flat to rolling terrain. The views are unforgettable.

Tour can operate:
Anytime while in port.
 
Inclusions:
All transportation to and from the cruise terminal, Helicopter Flight, glacier guides and instructions, rain and wind proof outerwear, mountaineering boots, Crampons, Trekking Pole and Hip Pack
 
Please Note:
6th person allowed in helicopter only if average weight of passengers is 180 lbs or less. Please bring sunglasses to protect against the glare of glacier ice.
 
Not Included:
Anything not listed as included.
 
Juneau: Brown Bear Wildlife Viewing - (5-hours)
Highlights:
This astonishing Alaskan brown bear and wildlife viewing adventure takes place in the wilderness of Southeast Alaska—thanks to a spectacular floatplane ride through some of the area’s most impressive scenery. Arriving at a remote stream, you may walk for a mile or more to reach the day’s preferred bear viewing location. Guides will easily share their knowledge of Alaskan brown bears, local flora and fauna, and the history of the area while you are viewing Southeast Alaskan wildlife. Prepare for a once-in-a-lifetime experience that provides an amazing glimpse into the world of one of the most majestic animals of the Alaskan wild. That said, this is a true wilderness experience, which means that bear sightings are not guaranteed. However, it is the ultimate goal of the guides to provide bear viewing opportunities based on season, weather, and past experience. Photographers and nature-lovers will thrill in the wilderness experience.

Tour can operate:
Anytime while in port.
 
Inclusions:
All transportation, private floatplane and guide, boots / waders, rain coats, binoculars and beverages. 
 
Please Note:
Moderate physical fitness may be required as guests may be asked to walk 1 – 1- ½ miles. 3 hours of actual time on site viewing Brown Bear and local wildlife. For most reliable bear viewing, this tour is offered only from mid-July to mid-September.
 
Not Included:
Anything not listed as included.
 
Juneau: Private Juneau Highlights - (4 hours)
Highlights:
Juneau is the capital city of Alaska and the only capital in the United States that does not have roads connecting it to the rest of the state or the mainland, thanks to its rugged terrain. On this Juneau Highlights Tour, visit some of this unique city’s most noteworthy attractions with a local expert. Begin your journey by exploring the heart of downtown Juneau as you ride along charming streets and past major historical landmarks such as, the State Capitol Building, the Governor’s House, and the Russian Orthodox Church. Continue your scenic drive to the Douglas Island Overlook for gorgeous views and photos of the Juneau coastline and Gastineau Channel. From there, make a stop at the Macaulay Hatchery and learn about the salmon industry, observe marine life, and watch the salmon run up the ladder (depending on the time of year). Finally, stop at the Mendenhall Glacier to enjoy a gentle interpretive walk (from ½ mile - 2 miles / 0.8 - 3 kilometers).

Tour can operate:
Anytime while in port.
 
Inclusions:
Private interpretive guided tour and admissions.
 
Not Included:
Anything not listed as included.
 
Juneau: Private Taku Lodge Feast & 5-Glacier Seaplane Discovery - (3.3 hours)
Highlights:
This unique excursion combines glacier flightseeing, a remote log cabin, wilderness trails, wildlife, and a scrumptious wild Alaskan king salmon feast. The adventure starts with a spectacular floatplane flight during which everyone enjoys an unrestricted window view and fully narrated experience. Taking off from the Juneau waterfront near your ship’s berth, you’ll immediately be viewing the magnificent glaciers (both advancing and receding) and deep blue crevasses of the Juneau Icefield. Snow-capped mountains, cascading waterfalls, and lush forests dot the landscape, and you’ll view five breathtaking glaciers on your way to Taku Lodge. There, the river will be your “runway,” and you’ll soon be getting cozy in this historic lodge. Built in 1923 directly across from the picturesque Hole-In-The-Wall Glacier, one of the few advancing glaciers in Alaska, it sits amid the untouched Tongass National Forest. Shortly after your arrival, the aroma of fresh wild Alaska king salmon tells you the feast is about to begin. Homemade side dishes complete this truly Alaskan meal presented with a perfectly rustic charm—and actual glacier ice to cool your drinks. 

Tour can operate:
Anytime while in port.
 
Inclusions:
All local transportation, 35 minutes of Glacier Flightseeing en route to the Lodge, 2 full hours at the Lodge, Wild Alaskan King Salmon dinner, use of the Taku Glacier Lodge facilities and a 15 minute return flight over the glaciers to Juneau.
 
Not Included:
Anything not listed as included.
 
Juneau: Private Alaska's Whales, Glaciers, & Rainforest Trails Exploration - (5 hours)
Highlights:
This eco-tour combines a unique marine exploration with an easy hike on a secluded rainforest trail—allowing you to experience the abundant wildlife of Southeast Alaska by land and by sea. Aboard our stable covered watercraft, you’ll enjoy unobstructed views through large opening panel windows, a low to the water vantage, an open stern and bow, and a hydrophone sound system that allows you to listen to the underwater sounds of nearby whales. Your captain and naturalist team will help you identify humpback whales, orcas, porpoises, sea lions, seals, sea birds, and more. On land, you will stretch your legs on a secluded trail within the Tongass National Forest. Starting under a sheltered rainforest canopy, you’ll eventually reach the glacier's moraine, with scenic views of the Mendenhall Glacier and Nugget Falls. Spawning salmon, hungry eagles, and black bears visit this area each summer, so keep your eyes peeled! Picnic lunch is included.

Tour can operate:
Anytime while in port.
 
Inclusions:
All transportation to and from the cruise terminal and a deli-style picnic lunch with assorted juices and sodas. Stable boats are covered and have large windows that open up for unrestricted viewing. Boats are restroom equipped and have a hydrophone on board to listen to the underwater sounds of area whales.
 
Please note:
Hiking distance is about a mile on a mostly level gravel trail. Dress warmly and in layers, and wear comfortable yet sturdy walking shoes. Rain ponchos and walking sticks are available for use. A guide is with you for the entirety of the tour. Binoculars and maps are available on the boat. This tour operates in all weather conditions and may run in reverse order


Not Included:
Anything not listed as included.
 
Juneau: Private Dogsled Tour with Extra Glacier Landing - (3 hours and 40 mins)
Highlights:
This very special adventure begins with a spectacular helicopter flight that will see you flying over the Juneau Icefield—glacier-carved mountains unfolding in front of you—to a dog camp on the glacier. There, your expert guides will teach you about the lives of mushers and the dogs, and the experience of mushing an authentic racing team. Next, you’ll feel the excitement as the team is hooked up, and then…you’re off, riding over vast expanses of Alaskan snow, with the opportunity to actually mush the dogs yourself! Imagine standing on the runners of a dog sled with a team of huskies loping across the ancient snowfields nestled among the peaks of the vast Juneau Icefield. On the journey back, you will touch down at a lower level of the glacier to view some beautiful features of glacial movement up close; as your pilot shuts down the helicopter, enjoy the silence and a guided walkabout. This experience includes approximate transfer time of 25-minutes each direction from the cruise terminal and approximately 2-hours, 10-minutes from lift off to landing back at the helicopter base.

Note: Due to late summer snow conditions, this tour only operates until mid to late August. Passenger names and weights are required by the FAA for weight and balance calculations and flight manifesting prior to confirmation.  6th person allowed in helicopter only if average weight of passengers is 180 lbs or less. Please bring sunglasses to protect against the glare of glacier ice.

Tour can operate:
Anytime while in port.
 
Inclusions:
All transportation to and from the cruise terminal. 
 
Not Included:
Anything not listed as included.
 
Juneau: Private Taku Glacier Helicopter & Airboat Adventure - (3.5 hours)
Highlights:

Venture into the heart of Alaska’s wilderness by air, water, and ice! This is a rare opportunity to experience the Taku Glacier from all possible perspectives. Begin your adventure with an aerial exploration of the breathtaking Juneau Icefield and surrounding Tongass National Forest before touching down at the isolated Taku Point. Continue with an hour-long airboat expedition of the area and experience close-up views of the Taku Glacier as you cruise its 5-mile (8 kilometer) terminus. Next, fly up to the surface of the icefield and explore the pristine features of the area’s largest glacier by foot. With viewing opportunities of the glacier’s dramatic face and deep blue crevasses, this is sure to be a truly unforgettable Alaskan experience.

Tour can operate:
Anytime while in port.
 
Inclusions:
All transportation to and from the cruise terminal.
 
Please Note:
Dress warmly and in layers, as the temperature on the glacier is often colder than you are used to. You will be outfitted with a glacier over-boot prior to embarking on your trip, please wear rubber soled shoes such as a light hiking boot or athletic shoes to insure a good fit. Don’t forget your sunglasses, scarf, hat and gloves, and remember to bring your camera with space for lots of pictures! These tours are for EVERYONE, no minimum fitness level is required.
 
Not Included:
Anything not listed as included.
 
Juneau: Private Paddle with Whales - Kayak Adventure (6 hours)

Visit an uninhabited island landscape composed of lush and vibrant temperate rainforest, exquisite snow-capped peaks, blue-glowing glaciers, and where your only neighbors are the feeding humpbacks, curious sea lions, playful porpoises, and soaring eagles!
On this exclusive family friendly journey, you and your private guide will visit the Channel Islands State Marine Park. Having been picked up and transported to the boat harbor, you’ll board a water taxi and make the 20-minute protected inland water crossing to Lincoln Island while scanning the seas for marine wildlife. 

Arriving at a private cove, you’ll explore this remote wilderness by kayak and trail, as your guide leads you on a paddle adventure and a hike through the rainforest to hidden observation points. Afterwards, relax at the island base camp and enjoy a healthy snack while taking in the magnificent scenery. 

From both sea and shore, you may see humpback whales, harbor seals, Steller sea lions, Dall’s porpoise, harbor porpoise, orca, numerous bird species, including bald eagles and blue heron, and deer, or river otters. 
Suitable for all experience levels, this excursion is the preeminent paddling and island exploration eco-adventure in Southeast Alaska. It will surely provide a new perspective on what’s possible in this remote part of the world.

Tour can operate:
Anytime while in port.

Inclusions:
All transportation to and from the cruise terminal, professional guide, roundtrip water taxi transport, state park permits, all paddling gear and equipment, rain jackets and pants, rubber boots, snack, and bottled water.

Please note: 
Minimum age to participate is 6 years old. Children must be in good physical condition to paddle a tandem kayak with an adult.

Not Included:
Anything not listed as included.

Juneau: A Tour with Taste (2.5 hours)
A food or culinary tour is a perfect way to immerse yourself into the culture of a city, and Juneau is home to some of the finest eateries in Southeast Alaska. On A Tour with Taste, you will feed your belly AND your mind! As you eat your way through Alaska’s capital city, your local guide will colorfully detail some of Juneau’s history and culture as you stroll along the beautiful streets of downtown. You will enjoy a total of nine tastings of true Alaskan food, including succulent seafood, famous candies and cookies, and locally brewed beer.

Tour can operate:
Anytime while in port.

Inclusions:
All transportation to and from the cruise terminal. All tastings, a guided walking tour, reusable shopping bag, and bottled water.

Not Included:
Anything not listed as included.

Juneau: Private Sport Fishing for Salmon (7 hours)
Board a state of the art boat for unparalleled salmon fishing in the waters around Juneau, Alaska with local guides who know the ins and outs of these waters. You will get to the heart of the action quickly while enjoying the spectacular scenery. Each vessel is equipped with top notch navigation electronics that include 12-inch screens for the chart plotters, radar, gps, depth, and fish finders, as well as high quality salmon fishing tackle and Shimano reels. On the helm of each boat are complimentary snacks like chips, candy, granola bars, and fruits, and water and sodas are provided in a cooler out back under the aft deck chairs. Cabins are spacious with plenty of seating providing a comfortable and stable ride for all. 

Tour can operate:
Anytime while in port.

Inclusions:
All transportation to and from the cruise ship terminal, fully outfitted charter boat, picnic lunch, and snacks, with 5-hours on site fishing.

Not Included:
Anything not listed as included.

Juneau: Private Icefield Excursion (2.5 hours)
Description:
Your helicopter flight will take you over the spectacular rock formations and icefalls of the Juneau Icefield as it heads toward the Herbert, Taku, Lemon, or Norris Glacier. Your helicopter flight will be narrated by a knowledgeable pilot-guide. Upon reaching your destination your pilot-guide will shut down the helicopter and escort you on an informative, relaxing walk while describing the area that surrounds you. This experience includes approximate transfer time of 25-minutes each direction from the cruise terminal and approximately 1-hour from lift off to landing back at the helicopter base.

Tour can operate:
Anytime while in port.

Inclusions:
All transportation to and from the cruise terminal and private helicopter.

Please note: 
Please bring sunglasses to protect against the glare of glacier ice.

Not Included:
Anything not listed as included.

Juneau: Whale Watching & Mendenhall Glacier Photo Safari (5 hours)
Description:
Step into Alaska with a naturalist photography guide. You will capture Juneau`s top sites and abundant marine wildlife on the same excursion! Your naturalist photography guide will lead you to local photo hot spots while sharing tips and techniques to help enhance your images. You'll enjoy a professional instructional slide show in the vehicle en route to the Mendenhall Glacier. Your photo guide works to inspire and educate while leading you to explore the Trail of Time capturing the natural history of the lacier. Walk an easy permitted trail through the shelter of the forest to photograph the signs of glaciation. 

Your guide assists in having you step away from the crowds and capture the area`s hidden places before stopping to shoot the glacier itself. The itinerary is personalized and kept flexible in order to allow for those unexpected events that often become the highlights of an Alaskan experience.

Next you will board a safari vessel for an unforgettable journey as you learn about life and living in the waterways of Stephens Passage. These boats are designed to get you up close and personal with the environment. The sheltered cabin has large panel windows that open from within to give you unrestricted views while keeping you dry on a rainy day. Padded arm rests fold over the sills to provide a steady platform for photographing marine life and shoreline activity. These are the only crafts of their kind in Southeast Alaska, custom built specifically for marine wildlife photography; there is simply no better vantage available.
On this tour the star of the show is different every day: Wildflowers in bloom, soaring eagles, spawning salmon, light on a foggy glacier, migratory birds, bubble feeding humpback whales, curious sea lions, sleek killer whales, and even lumbering black bears are possibilities. Your guide will provide photo coaching while helping you take full advantage of the opportunities each day presents. Come and learn about Juneau's natural wonders and colorful history as you strive to capture that decisive moment in the medium worth a thousand words. 
Tour can operate:
Anytime while in port.

Inclusions: All transportation to and from the cruise terminal and a deli-style picnic lunch with assorted juices and sodas. Stable boats are covered and have large windows that open up for unrestricted viewing. Boats are restroom equipped and have a hydrophone on board to listen to the underwater sounds of area whales.

Please note: Regardless of skill level, your instructor works individually with each participant to ensure that everyone's photographic abilities are improved. Your guide is with you for the entirety of the tour.

Not Included:
Anything not listed as included.

Juneau: Juneau Hiking (4 hours)
Enjoy the intimate nature of Alaska’s wilderness and wildlife at a pace that only a hike can provide. You will be safely led by a professional and knowledgeable guide who is locally trained as a naturalist. Go where the locals go and get away from the crowds on permitted Tongass trails. Perseverance
National Recreational Trail—one of the most scenic and well-used trails in Juneau—is one of the three most historically significant trails in the entire state, along with the Chilkoot and Iditarod Trail.
Juneau: Private Kayak Paddle & Trek (8-hours)
Highlights:

Experience the magnificent Mendenhall Glacier and Lake from a series of unparalleled vantage points with your own private guide on Southeast Alaska’s singular multi-sport glacial adventure!
Begin at the edge of Mendenhall Lake for this family-friendly adventure. After your gear outfitting, kayak orientation, and safety briefing, point your bow toward the awe-inspiring glacier ahead and paddle on this silt-rich lake with glowing blue icebergs of all shapes and sizes and reflections of the grand peaks of the Coastal Mountain Range. Mendenhall Lake offers the unique experience of paddling near icebergs, nesting cliffs, and giant waterfalls. Don’t forget to look toward the shorelines, mountains, and sky around you for possible wildlife sightings – mountain goats, black bear, porcupine, river otter, beaver, eagles, loons, and Arctic terns all inhabit this area!

Upon reaching the beach landing site near the glacier’s edge, trade your paddles for trekking poles. Leave your sea legs behind and venture to the glacier and onto the ice, taking a journey through time as your expert guides help you explore accessible features such as crevasses, ice caves, moulins, melt water streams, and pools. Based on your group’s interest, pace, time restrictions, and ice conditions, top-roped ice climbing on a near-vertical face may also be a possible component of your glacier exploration! After your trek, return to your boats and paddle across the lake once more, allowing the visually stunning experience to wash over you before returning to the lake’s edge.

Adventurers of all experience levels are welcome

Inclusions:
All transportation to and from the cruise terminal, professional guide, US Forest Service permits, tandem kayaks, all glacier gear and paddling equipment, rain jackets and pants, rubber boots, snack, and bottled water.
 
Not Included:
Anything not listed as included.

Note: Minimum age to participate is 12 years old. Children must be in good physical condition to paddle a tandem kayak with an adult, and must wear a shoe size of 2 or larger to fit crampons.

Juneau: Private Glacier Trek (9-hours)

Highlights:
Hike through history as you make your way through the Tongass Rainforest to the Mendenhall Glacier. Follow the path of the glacier’s recession until you reach the edge, then learn how to ice trek onto the glacier’s surface. Spend the day exploring and learning about the whole glacial ecosystem while hiking 9 miles (14.5 kilometers) round-trip and exploring the ice features up close, including possibly ice caves, moulins, conduits, crevasses, and more!

Tour can operate:
Anytime while in port.
 
Inclusions:
All transportation to and from your cruise ship, round trip flightseeing and private guide at Pack Creek.
 
Not Included:
Anything not listed as included.

Please note:
Minimum age to participate is 8 years old.

Juneau: Private Luxury Whale Watch (4-hours)
Highlights:

Enjoy Alaska’s beauty with the ultimate 5-star experience aboard a luxurious private yacht. You will be picked up from your cruise ship in a Mercedes Sprinter and delivered directly to Opus, your exclusive whale watching vessel and the only one of its kind in Southeast Alaska. From there, you will explore Juneau and discover humpback whales, orca, bald eagles, sea lions, and more. Juneau is the best place to observe humpback whales in the summer and sightings are almost always guaranteed during your trip. Unlike other whale watching tours, your first-class experience includes complimentary Alaskan beer, wine, champagne, soft drinks, bottled water, coffee, and premium appetizers. On your return to your ship, you’ll have the opportunity to stop for a picture of the world-famous Mendenhall Glacier (weather permitting). This excursion will surely be an adventure of a lifetime!

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UnCruise Adventures: S.S. 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 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.

Oceanview

Master Cabin (MST) 6,295
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
Commander Cabin (CMN) 6,895
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
Captain Cabin (CAP) 7,395
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
Admiral Cabin (ADM) 8,395
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
Jr. Commodore Cabin (JCO) 9,295
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

Suite

Owner's Suite (OWN) 12,995
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
Fares are per person double occupancy, in USD. Single fares are "from prices" reflecting the lowest fare available in select cabins. Triple accommodations are available in the Admiral cabins 101 & 102; triple and quadruple accommodations available in the Owner's Suite.

Onboard meals; onboard spirits, wine, beer, non-alcoholic beverages; transfers and baggage handling between airport/hotel/vessel on embark/disembark days; entry fees to parks/preserves/winery; all from-the-vessel activities and equipment; wellness amenities: hot tub, fitness equipment, yoga mats, and a complimentary massage.

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)