The Hawaiian Islands via Small Ship

The first Polynesians discovered these isolated, volcanic Hawaiian Islands sometime between 300 and 800AD. Over centuries, the lives of Native Hawaiians became essentially linked to the life-giving land, and the spirit of aloha ‘aina—love of the land—is still strong today. Lush valleys where residents first settled are still inhabited by Hawaiians who continue traditional taro …

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Un-Cruise Adventure Cruises Extends to the Galapagos Islands

Love the style of Un-Cruise Adventures in Alaska, Hawaii, Baja Mexico and the Pacific Northwest? Then stay tuned, as the Galapagos is in sight. With an official announcement still pending, Un-Cruise Adventures added a Galapagos itinerary to their selections, sailing the 10 day, 9 night "Colonial Quito & Galápagos Islands" itinerary aboard the 48-guest yacht …

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S.S. Legacy Re-positioned to Columbia River Year-round for 2015

Un-Cruise Adventure's S.S.Legacy, the replica coastal steamer, will be re-positioned from Alaska to its new home on the Columbia River in 2015. As river cruising continues to grow, cruise lines are adapting. The S.S. Legacy is scheduled for 34 departures on the Columbia, Snake and Willamette Rivers from April-November 2015. The line is also offering …

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64-Guest Safari Voyager Added to the Un-Cruise Adventures Growing Fleet

Un-Cruise Adventures (formerly American Safari Cruises and InnerSea Discoveries) announced today its acquisition of the 64-guest Safari Voyager for its yacht fleet with plans to offer Luxury Adventures year-round in Mexico’s Sea of Cortés beginning in November 2013. In winter 2015, the vessel will transition to sailing year-round in Central America. Previously Lindblad Expedition's Sea …

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