InnerSea Discoveries and American Safari Cruises Offer Facebook Un-Cruise Sweepstakes

InnerSea Discoveries and American Safari Cruises have unveiled a sweepstakes contest on Facebook running through May 31, 2012. The winner will receive a complimentary cruise for two aboard the line’s 86-guest Safari Endeavour in Alaska this summer.

Residents of the United States 18 and older may enter the contest online at InnerSea Discoveries/American Safari Cruises’ Facebook page. A winner will be chosen at random on June 1.

The prize, valued at $11,190, includes one stateroom for two aboard the upscale 86-guest Safari Endeavour sailing weeklong un-cruise adventures roundtrip Juneau with two days spent exploring inside Glacier Bay National Park. The cruise may be confirmed 45 days prior to departure and must be taken June-August 2012 and is non-transferrable. Included in the cruise: gourmet meals; wine, beer and spirits; all from the boat activities; port fees and taxes; one massage per person; yoga; transfers day of embarkation and disembarkation.

New to the fleet in 2012, the Safari Endeavour will be fresh from a major renovation project adding American Safari Cruises’ yacht-like amenities on board including a wine bar, library, four suites with step-out balconies, massage rooms and hot tubs.

The inclusive cruise explores Icy Strait, Chichagof Island, Baranof Island, Frederick Sound, Thomas Bay, Ford’s Terror and Endicott Arm and spends two days exploring Glacier Bay. Activities include kayaking, hiking, stand up paddle boarding, whale watching, and skiff excursions to explore shoreline, seek out wildlife and see glaciers up close. Expert naturalists and guides lead excursions on land and sea.

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