UnCruise Adventures announces the longest cruise season in Alaska history

   February 6, 2022 ,   Cruise Industry

The leading Alaska small ship cruise line UnCruise Adventures continues its successful restart from last year, offering more departures and cruise ships in Alaska’s Great Land than any other line.

The American-owned operated and crewed brand celebrated a strong comeback in 2021 with ~4400 passengers and will restart its Alaska season on April 8 with shipping operations into October. The world-class adventure-style voyages range from 7 to 14 nights, with 14 itineraries and 7 boats to choose from.

The longest cruise season in Alaska history is scheduled to commence on April 8rh and continue to October 8 (fares start from USD 2995 per person with double occupancy). 

The 2022 cruise season will also see the return of the 84-passenger Safari Endeavour to Alaska. The vessel is returning to the Juneau-Sitka 7-night Northern Passages and Glacier Bay NP route. The ship is mastered by Captain Adam Beeman.

UnCruise led the Alaskan cruising industry in 2021 with its first ship underway on May 1st. At a time large vessels were canceled until July. The small ship cruise line originated the first 100% fully vaccinated and pretested voyage in the world. The company continues this approach as one of the first to implement the COVID vaccination booster requirement.

Each Alaska itinerary features all-inclusive small-group expeditions with daily activities. Small adventure ships range between 22-86 guests.