Change the way you see the world with UnCruise

 

Travel Dates: Select 2019 & 2020 S.S. Legacy Sailings

Vacation Code: WVTG150

Small ships, BIG adventures

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A crew member shows you to your cabin. After a short time getting situated, gain your bearings with a spin around the ship before heading to the lounge for a glass of bubbly and to meet your shipmates. Once on board, transplanting yourself and settling in is a snap.

And then you’re off! Headed to where the big ships can’t go—in more ways than one. Be sure to pack a go-with-the-flow attitude. There are set itineraries, but in-the-moment decisions with Mother Nature leading the way will happen! No two UnCruise departures are ever the same, and they’re way more personable.

No matter how you travel—with a companion, family, solo, or in a group—connection, place, and adventure are at the heart of your exploration. Uncover hidden treasures, meet locals (the human, feathered, and wild-and-woolly ones), and learn while having fun. Change the way you see the world.

TRAVEL LEADERS SPECIAL OFFER:

Save $300 per couple on 2019 & 2020 S.S. Legacy departures.

Alaska's Inside Passage & San Juans Cruise

August 2019, April & August 2020

Travel the inside passage and the San Juan Islands on this 14-night small ship cruise.

Hiking in Glacier Bay

Hiking in Glacier Bay

INCLUDED HIGHLIGHTS:

  • Cruise Alaska’s and Canada’s Inside Passages

  • Two UNESCO World Heritage Sites—Glacier Bay National Park and Olympic National Park

  • Adventure activity Tongass National Forest and Misty Fjords National Monument

  • Hike on Washington’s Hurricane Ridge

  • Explore the San Juan Islands by kayak or paddle board

  • Native culture and Gold Rush history

  • Tlingit culture in Ketchikan and Haines

  • Watch for whales and wildlife in Frederick Sound

  • Wilderness kayaking, paddle boarding, skiffing, and hiking

  • Hiking, biking, and rafting in Haines, Alaska

  • Educational presentations by onboard expedition team


Alaska Glacier Country

April - August 2019 & 2020

7-night adventure cruise discovering Alaska’s glaciers and wildlife

Kayaking in Glacier Bay

Kayaking in Glacier Bay

INCLUDED HIGHLIGHTS:

  • 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


Rivers of Wine & Culinary

November - December 2019 & Select 2020 Dates

Inclusive Columbia River wine & culinary cruise with visits to Oregon & Washington wineries

Pull out the corks! Pacific Northwest AVAs, bunches of wineries, dozens of varietals, chef demonstrations, and an onboard sommelier. Plus, hand-crafted meals and pairings, exclusive brewery and winery tours, on-foot exploration, and a week of relaxation on the sweeping landscape of the Columbia and Snake Rivers —an oenophile and foodie’s dream.

Palouse Falls

Palouse Falls

INCLUDED HIGHLIGHTS:

  • Sommelier and guest wine and culinary experts join you on board for the week

  • Winery tours and tastings in Washington and Oregon AVAs: Columbia Gorge, Walla Walla, Red Mountain, Willamette Valley

  • Wine pairing lunch demonstration at Walter Clore Wine and Culinary Center

  • Explore historic towns of Astoria, The Dalles, and Walla Walla

  • Discover Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area

  • Convenience of sailing roundtrip Portland, Oregon


Rivers of Adventure

September - October 2019 & Select 2020 Dates

7-night adventure cruise on the Columbia & Snake Rivers

The Legacy at Lyons Ferry

The Legacy at Lyons Ferry

INCLUDED HIGHLIGHTS:

  • Deschutes river rafting trip

  • Narration on board features Lewis & Clark, culture, and natural history

  • Jet boat ride into Hells Canyon National Recreation Area

  • Private tour and tasting at Terra Blanca Winery & Estate Vineyard

  • Transit eight locks and tour the Bonneville Dam Visitor Center

  • Waterfalls and hikes on both sides of the Cascade Mountains

  • Swimming, kayaking, biking, and skiff excursions

  • Presentation by a Nez Perce tribal member

  • Narration on board by natural and cultural history interpreter

 
Shannon Greenberg