It may have taken a few tries to get it right, but we sure love what they did to the Safari Quest. It’s new. It’s bright. It’s PINK.
When a boat goes into drydock for work, staff and crew often say it's getting a "shave and a haircut," meaning it will emerge from the work shiny, clean and renewed. Such is the case with the 22-guest Safari Quest right now at Fishermen's Terminal, outside office headquarters in Seattle.
As part of our quest to be a responsible travel company, we are constantly on the lookout for ways to be more eco-friendly in our operations. This path leads us to water blasting (not waterboarding people!). What is water blasting? Good question. I asked the same thing.
On our last Rivers of the West trips, we stopped at the confluence of the Palouse and Snake Rivers for a side kayak exploration of the Palouse Canyon.
The 2012 Southeast Alaska Un-Cruise Adventures have nearly come to a close. Our fleet is returning home, and while some boats will spend the winter parked, other boats in the fleet are being readied for other adventures.