UnCruise Adventures is affiliated with or members of the following list of organizations. We have chosen these organizations to affiliate with because we share common values toward adventure travel.
Alaska Travel Industry Association (ATIA)
ATIA is a leading industry organization with the goal of promoting Alaska as a top visitor destination, and to support and develop the growth of Alaska's tourism industry. This broad-based association of individuals and companies, with an interest in Alaska's visitor industry, works cooperatively with the State on tourism development and long-range planning, while remaining attentive to care for the environment, recognition of cultures and Alaska’s unique quality of life.
Anchorage Convention & Visitors Bureau
Providing visitors Anchorage and Southcentral Alaska travel information on everything from outdoor adventures to metropolitan amenities.
Gustavus Visitors Association
Gustavus, the Gateway to Glacier Bay, spreads across the rising flatlands, with the hub of the spokes at Four Corners. A unique community of interesting people, Gustavus offers a full range of accommodations and plenty of adventures for travelers.
Hawaii Visitor's & Convention Bureau
Working closely with the Hawaii Tourism Authority, HVCB promotes the islands to travelers throughout North America – Hawaii’s largest and most important market.
Juneau Convention & Visitors Bureau
A private, nonprofit organization dedicated to economic development in Juneau, Alaska, by promoting the area as a year-round travel destination.
Travel Portland works to maintain the vibrancy of the region by promoting the Portland metropolitan area as a preferred destination for meetings, conventions and leisure travel.
A partnership-based organization, connecting local businesseswith the visitor market. Discover Seattle features helpful articles, tips and recommendations on every subject, from shopping to outdoor recreation, dining to arts and culture, Alaskan cruises to city sightseeing tours.
Adventure Travel Trade Association (ATTA)
ATTA is a privately held, for-profit industry trade group that serves to support adventure travel markets around the world. This global community of over 700 members provides a network of destinations, tour operators, travel agents, accommodations, and service and media partners worldwide who educate and promote the adventure travel.
ASTA (American Society of Travel Agents) is the world's largest association of travel professionals. The mission of ASTA and its affiliated organizations is to facilitate the business of selling travel through effective representation, shared knowledge and the enhancement of professionalism. Founded in 1931 as the American Steamship and Tourist Agents' Association, ASTA and its affiliates now comprise the world's largest and most influential travel trade association with members in 140 countries.
Family Travel Association
The Family Travel Association inspires families to travel and advocates for travel to be an essential part of every child’s education. As a resource for the the best and most relevant information about family travel, it brings brings together the leaders in family and multigenerational travel. As members of the association, industry leaders ensure that the highest standards of quality and service are met.
Glacier Bay National Park & Preserve
Covering 3.3 million acres of rugged mountains, dynamic glaciers, temperate rainforest, wild coastlines, and deep sheltered fjords, Glacier Bay National Park is a highlight of Alaska's Inside Passage and part of a 25-million acre World Heritage Site-one of the world’s largest international protected areas. From summit to sea, Glacier Bay offers limitless opportunities for adventure and inspiration.
As an authorized Concessioner of the National Park Service, UnCruise Adventures operates Tour and Charter Vessel Services, which include sightseeing, kayaking, and hiking within Glacier Bay National Park.
USDA Forest Service
We are an equal opportunity provider and employer, operating on the Tongass National Forest under special use permit from the USDA Forest Service.