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Wilderness Adventurer: See Alaska on an expedition cruise
The interior of Wilderness Adventurer from Un-Cruise Adventures complements the wild places it sails through. The main lounge evokes the feel of a wilderness lodge or neighborhood pub, with a long bar made from reclaimed Alaskan yellow cedar. Three accessible decks are ideal for keeping watch for wildlife and taking in the outdoors. The sun deck features roomy space for lounging and the observation deck offers viewing from the bow.
The vessel is outfitted with adventure gear, including kayaks, paddle boards, skiffs, hiking poles, wet suits and snorkel equipment, and yoga mats. The EZ Dock launch platform on the main deck makes getting into the water a cinch. A hydrophone and a bow-mounted underwater camera share the sounds and sights below the surface. The onboard wellness program includes a hot tub and fitness equipment.
Where Wilderness Adventurer sails
You can sail the Wilderness Adventurer to Alaska and see the state in a whole new way. Choose from itineraries that range from 7 to 21 days.
There are just three cabin categories on Wilderness Adventurer: Navigator (a small 77 square feet), Trailblazer (97 square feet) and Pathfinder (97 square feet). Single cabins are also available. All cabins are newly refurbished with contemporary interior colors to complement the wilderness outside. Cabins are equipped with lower berths; some also have a Pullman-style upper berth to accommodate a third guest. All include private facilities with a shower, flat screen TV with DVD player and a view window (no portholes).
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