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  • safari-quest-dining-room.jpg - Enjoy plated service and complimentary wines in the dining room of Safari Quest.
  • safari-quest-captain-stateroom.jpg - Relax in a Captain Stateroom aboard the 22-passenger Safari Quest.
  • safari-quest-salon.jpg - Meet interesting people and watch the passing landscapes in the salon of Safari Quest.
  • safari-quest-sailing.jpg - The diminutive Safari Quest sails to Alaska and the Pacific Northwest.
  • Uncruise-Safari-Quest.jpg - Safari Quest, part of UnCruise Adventures, lets you cruise to places the larger ships just don't go.
  • Safari_Quest_in_Alaska.jpg - Safari Quest moored in Alaska's Inside Passage.
  • Uncruise-hiking.jpg - Enjoy hiking the glaciers of Alaska and British Columbia on an UnCruise Adventures cruise.
  • Uncruise-kayaking.jpg - Kayak through the clear waters of Alaska and British Columbia on an UnCruise Adventures cruise.
  • Uncruise-skiff-iceberg.jpg - A skiff from an UnCruise Adventures expedition explores an iceberg in Alaska.
  • Uncruise-skiffs-glacier.jpg - See glaciers close up on a skiff during an UnCruise Adventures sailing.
  • Uncruise-skiff-waterfall.jpg - The small ships of UnCruise Adventures take you closer to waterfalls and spots too remote for larger ships.

Safari Quest: Explore Alaska & the Pacific Northwest

Have you sailed on Safari Quest? We'd love to hear your take and see your photos. The following information was curated by Cruiseable.

Snapshot

On the 22-guest boutique yacht Safari Quest from Un-Cruise Adventures. Four decks offer invigorating spaces to get away from it all and take in up-close views of surrounding wilderness. Recap the day's activities, relax or watch a movie on the wide-screen TV in the comfortable and sophisticated salon. The yacht also features a fully stocked bar and a library with large view windows for reading or discussing marine life with fellow guests.

Equipped for adventure, Safari Quest comes with kayaks, paddle boards, skiffs and hiking poles, and she offers a full-beam swim step for easy access to water activities and hydrophones for listening to below-surface sounds. The onboard wellness program includes a hot tub and fitness equipment in the sun lounge.

Where Safari Quest sails

You can kayak, hike and bird-watch through the Pacific Northwest and Alaska on Safari Quest.

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Meet interesting people and watch the passing landscapes in the salon of Safari Quest.
Courtesy of Un-Cruise AdventuresMeet interesting people and watch the passing landscapes in the salon of Safari Quest.

Staterooms

There are four stateroom categories aboard Safari Quest: Single, Mariner, Commander and Captain. This upscale yacht has 11 staterooms, all with Tempur-pedic memory foam mattresses and private bathrooms with heated tile floors. Safari Quest’s four Captain staterooms feature sliding glass doors and French balconies. Each room has a flat-screen TV/DVD and iPod docking stations, as well as hair dryers and bathrobes. 

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Your take

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Top dining options on board

Dining room

  • Style: Inventive locally sourced cuisine
  • No additional cost
  • Open: Breakfast, lunch & dinner

Fast facts

22 Passengers [?]
9 Crew
4 Decks
1992 Maiden voyage
345 Tonnage [?]
120 Length in feet
29 Width in feet (max beam)
2006 REFURBISHED

Overheard

“The food was spectacular and abundant. There was an open bar. The real surprise was that boat life could be as active as I wanted it to be.”

New York Times

“We dropped anchor at Princess Louisa Inlet, a glacier-cut gorge with provincial marine park status and a series of waterfalls spilling over 5,000-foot granite canyon walls. It’s one of the most glorious spots in this part of British Columbia, and a place where we could stand-up paddleboard, kayak and hike. The water there was so calm and clear that we could spot the blood-orange frills of a lion’s mane jellyfish pulsing under the surface.”

New York Times

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