Wilderness Adventurer Review and Specifications
Specifications of Wilderness Adventurer
|Builder||BLOUNT BOATS INCORPORATED|
|Year of built||1984|
|Gross Tonnage||639 gt|
|Former name||Caribbean Prince|
|Passengers||60 - 67|
|Decks with cabins||3|
Review of Wilderness Adventurer
Wilderness Adventurer was built in 1984 by “Blount Boats” ship building company. The ship was last refurbished in 2011.
History - construction & ownership
The 639-ton, 60-passenger cruise ship Wilderness Adventurer was completely overhauled after bought from her former owner Glacier Bay Cruises (now defunct). Wilderness Discoverer is Adventurer’s sister ship and also sails in Southeast Alaska during summer months. Ship’s hull design and her shallow draft allow easy access to Alaska’s wildlife and a variety of adventure excursions. Each Un-Cruise Adventures’ ship navigates together with a fishing boat that is fully-equipped.
Cruise itinerary program
Wilderness Adventurer has 3 passenger decks and only 30 cabins, all of which are Oceanview. The cabin grades number is 3.
Dining options - Food & Drinks
Meals onboard the Wilderness Adventurer are served buffet-style at set times. Soda, juice and lemonade are included in cruise price. The pastry chef guarantees guests will replenish calories quickly.
Entertainment options - Fun & Sport
Wilderness Adventurer has a Spa area with sauna, massage room and a hot tub. The adventure equipment includes paddle boards, kayaks, inflatable skiffs, hydrophone and underwater camera (linked to yacht’s lounge and stateroom TVs).
Wilderness Adventurer wiki
Year built 1984
Passenger capacity / crew capacity 60 (67 max) / 25
Dimensions (Gross tonnage weight / LOA length) 639 tons / 160 ft (49 m)
Ship builder Blount Boats Warren (USA)
Building cost USD - mill
Ship owner InnerSea Discoveries Alaska Inc
Operator Un-Cruise Adventures
Christened by -
Official website link un-cruise.com
Accident reports and news CruiseMinus.com