Two more boats officially joined InnerSea/American Safari Cruises last Friday, just in time for summer adventures in southeast Alaska.
Friends, family, employees, travel industry and other business partners gathered dockside outside the company’s Seattle office at Fishermen’s Terminal on Friday, May 18 to welcome the Safari Endeavour and Wilderness Explorer into the UN-CRUISE fleet.
CEO and Principal Dan Blanchard led a traditional maritime christening ceremony, and together with Tim Jacox, executive vice president of sales and marketing, unrolled a banner announcing the line as the UN-CRUISE. Blanchard presented the Safari Endeavour’s Captain Jill Russell and the Wilderness Explorer’s Captain Marce Branniff each with a four-foot evergreen branch symbolizing dry land and a safe return home.
The 78-passenger Safari Endeavour sails weeklong un-cruises in Alaska’s Inside Passage from May-August, roundtrip Juneau. In celebration of its May 18 christening, guests can enjoy a $518 per couple travel credit on theme cruises in Alaska this summer. In fall, the yacht begins sailing weeklong Baja’s Bounty cruises in Mexico’s Sea of Cortés, roundtrip La Paz.
The 86-passenger Wilderness Explorer sails weeklong active adventures in Alaska’s Inside Passage from May through August. The itinerary sails between Juneau and Sitka, AK (and reverse) with an exclusive three days spent exploring inside Glacier Bay National Park.
Source: American Safari Cruises
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