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small ships, BIG adventures

The splash of a whale tail, sparkling bioluminescence, calving glaciers, howler monkeys, and the scent of plumeria in the valley....Our small ships nestle into corners of the world where nature reigns and culture stays strong. Unbeatable activity, expertise, and personalized service—with connection, place, and adventure at the heart of your experience. Extrasensory and uncensored.

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UnCruise Defines Adventure

When we say adventure, we mean it. It’s our name and our passion. Our small ships and crew expertise redefine what’s possible on a cruise: Flexibility. Authenticity. Active exploration. Unmapped territory. Sustainability. This is what sets UnCruise Adventures apart.

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Guests on the bow of the S.S. Legacy as it transits a lock on the Columbia River

Life on Board

So, what’s it really like? Casual, friendly, and comfortable is a start. But each vessel has a personality all her own, which you’ll discover exploring those hard-to-reach places—and while tasting some of the best food and drink on land or at sea.

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Awards & Accolades

Not to toot our own horn, but folks think we’re pretty awesome. We’re honored to have received awards and accolades from industry leaders, movers-and-shakers, editors, readers, and UnCruisers—and we’re shouting it out!

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From the UnCruise Blog

A baby sea lion playfully nips at the snorkel of an UnCruise Adventures guest exploring Mexico's Sea of Cortes.

Making Friends with Baby Sea Lions

UnCruisers often make lasting connections onboard. Guests in the Sea of Cortes get acquainted with some slippery marine mammals.

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