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Longtail monkeys in the trees of Puerto Limon, Costa Rica.

Isaac Bordas / Creative Commons BY-SA

Longtail monkeys in the trees of Puerto Limon, Costa Rica.

Family cruises on AdventureSmith Explorations 2016

AdventureSmith Explorations facilitates family travel on small capacity, adventure-oriented ships around the world. Sail aboard yachts and expedition vessels in Alaska, British Columbia and Oregon, or choose more far-flung locales like Baja, Costa Rica, Australia and the Galapagos Islands. They can steer you to special family sailings, deals and travel resources.

Company founder Todd Smith helped pioneer the concept of wilderness cruising that combines the comforts of a small cruise ship with the adventure of sea kayaking, hiking and exploring remote wilderness areas seldom associated with more mainstream cruise itineraries.

Smith frequently travels with his two young sons and has published numerous resources on the AdventureSmith website to assist in planning travel with a family focus. The company also has launched a carbon-free cruising initiative and offers dedicated family itineraries as well as substantial savings, including $100 off per person on select land-and-sea combo trips and special youth rates.

What’s new: AdventureSmith has launched new adventure cruises for 2016 including a new, active family friendly option in Costa Rica aboard the 64-guest Safari Voyager. Other highlights include the new Galapagos vessel Santa Cruz II, a small ship cruise route in the Adriatic Sea along Croatia’s Dalmatian Coast and ways to explore Tahiti, Cuba, the Amazon and New Zealand.

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