UnCruise Adventures to Host Themed Cruises in 2020

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UnCruise Adventures will be offering theme cruises for the 2020 sailing season.

Four birding cruises, three photography cruises, seven wine and culinary cruises, two family departures, and 10 Insiders cruises comprise the theme schedule. The theme cruises will be offered in Alaska, Mexico, Costa Rica and Panama, and the Columbia and Snake Rivers.

Destination Insiders with an advanced knowledge of the area, its culture and its natural history will be of service to cruisers at no additional cost, UnCruise said. New for 2020, Insiders will also be on board for two-week sailings from Juneau to Seattle, providing commentary through Alaska’s Inside Passage and the San Juan Islands. UnCruise CEO Dan Blanchard and Loyalty Manager Naomi Sture will also host a special “UnCruise Insiders” departure in Alaska, as part of the Insiders series, which celebrates returning guests.

Family-focused departures allow for dedicated kid-friendly activities in the outdoor playgrounds of Southeast Alaska and Mexico. Children can take part in outdoor activities and games on board the Wilderness Discoverer and Safari Endeavour with UnCruise youth-adventurist guide Erin Kirkland.

UnCruise Adventures’ fleet of boutique yachts and small ships carry 22-90 guests on adventure cruises in remote and scenic parts of the world. All adventure activities and shore excursions are included.

In other UnCruise Adventures news, the company is embarking on summer cruises to the Hawaiian IslandsTravelers are sailing aboard UnCruise Adventure's 36-guest Safari Explorer. 

For more information, visit https://www.uncruise.com/

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