UnCruise Adventures’ 2020 Alaska sailings commence on August 1

   June 22, 2020 ,   Cruise Industry

The American-owned and USA-flagged company UnCruise Adventures confirmed that its 2020 Alaskan program starts on August 1.

According to Dan Blanchard (company's Owner and CEO), the initial departures represented a re-framing of what adventure travellers were increasingly looking for, "small groups, inclusion, and human connection.”

The Alaskan cruises will take passengers roundtrip from homeport Juneau AK on a 7-night "Glacier Bay National Park Adventure" featuring an enhanced wilderness itinerary. Two days in Glacier Bay NP make this itinerary one of UnCruise's most popular and provides the unique experience of cruising Southeast Alaska. Eager travellers can experience active adventures with shoreline kayaks, remote wilderness hikes, and a choice of nature-based activities.

Glacier Bay (Alaska)

Setting sail prior to other operators shows the benefits of small, American-flagged vessels with a local presence and the actions taken by the company in collaborations to restart travel.

UnCruise Adventures took strong measures to implement health and safety standards with a COVID-19 (Coronavirus) protocol plan that was recently released.

The restart of the summer sailings represents a dedication to supporting local partnerships and the long-standing work of UnCruise Adventures with Alaska state officials.

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