VIDEO: UnCruise Adventures moving Pacific Northwest season to Alaska

   May 9, 2021 ,   Cruise Industry

Hit hard by the Coronavirus/COVID crisis, the small-ship adventure travel brand UnCruise Adventures makes a comeback relaunching in Alaska earlier than expected because of high demand.

The company modified 3x Pacific Northwest USA cruises after departure dates had been affected by Washington State's COVID protocols. In place of a cancellation, UnCruise saved the long-awaited adventure voyages of dozens of passengers offering them an alternative itinerary from Juneau AK, covering passenger airfare and hotels. The company’s CEO will lead history walks through Juneau before each embarkation.

May 7 kicked off the first full sailing from Juneau with more adventure in Glacier Bay NP. The Alaskan season includes 6 itineraries of 22-86 passengers and fully vaccinated crew. UnCruise's recent policy requires all passengers to provide proof of vaccination made prior to embarkation.

Following the global cruise shutdown, the cruise line provides "a combination of daily multi-sport activities and a connection to nature, for the adventure seeker, solo traveler, and multi-generation families."

UnCruise Adventures' Alaska 2021 season includes departures from 3x homeport (Juneau, Ketchikan, Sitka) and with fully vaccinated passengers and crew, the state is welcoming them back.

 

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