UnCruise Adventures Announces Summer Cruises in Hawaiian Islands

   February 9, 2019 ,   Cruise Industry

UnCruise Adventures announced its first summer Hawaii Islands cruises with the addition of 6 departures in July and August this year.

The 7-day small ship voyages sail roundtrip from Moloka’i and visit Lana’i, the Big Island of Hawaii, and the waters off West Maui, rich of sea turtle.

Line's 36-passenger Safari Explorer has operated voyages to Hawaii from November through April since 2011. The new week-long itinerary calls at 4 islands with included activities exploring sea and land such as kayaking, paddle boarding, swimming, snorkeling, wildlife searches, skiff excursions, and hiking. 

Safari Explorer cruise ship

Line's new Aloha Hawaii Adventure Cruise is roundtrip from Moloka’i, which is a lesser-visited island featuring authentic Hawaii culture. A local Halawa Valley family invites travelers to their home to learn how to make poi from taro root and to “talk story” about island lore. A hike that is guided by locals heads past taro patches and finishes at a waterfall to take a dip. A pa’ina feast in town is a Hawaiian celebration with traditional music, dancing, and local cuisine.

UnCruise Adventures voyages start at US$5,195 per person, double occupancy. They are inclusive of meals, beverages, adventure activities, and transfers.