The UnCruise Blog

Junior UnCruisers

Jul 19, 2017
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Category: Alaska Safari Endeavour 

Diana Sciambi, Expedition Guide, Safari Endeavour

We had some of the most adventurous junior UnCruisers on board with us this week. They bushwhacked up and down mountains, saw bears on skiff tours, kayaked in front of glaciers, paddle boarded next to whales…
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Tags : family, kids

The Grotto

Jul 19, 2017
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Category: Alaska Safari Endeavour Activities 

J.P. Wickham, Expedition Guide, Safari Endeavour

Rain falls, water flows and the forest grows quietly. It marks the waters as it passes through decaying loam and humus, acidifying it. The changed water reaches the exceptionally pure marble below. It seeps i…
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Tags : caves, karst
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Category: Alaska Wilderness Explorer Wildlife 

Mike Justa, Expedition Guide, Wilderness Explorer

After an exciting morning of hiking, bushwhacking and kayaking at George Island, a small and historically significant island at the mouth of Elfin Cove, the magnificent Wilderness Explorer, accompanied by he…
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Category: Alaska Wilderness Adventurer History 

Jenn Ambrose, Expedition Guide, Wilderness Adventurer

Playing among the thick and wild forests of the Alexander Archipelago, it’s not often the folks aboard the Wilderness Adventurer put boots on an actual trail. However, when we step foot at Bartlett Cove …
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Spring Fever

Jul 11, 2017
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Category: Alaska Wilderness Adventurer Wildlife 

Crew, Wilderness Adventurer

Spring is a time for new beginnings and a great opportunity to see wildlife.Some folks think Alaska is still too cold in the spring, too much like winter. However, the secret of spring in Southeast Alaska is that although the wea…
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