Quirky Cruise
September 22, 2017

QuirkyCruise News: Off-Season Alaska with UnCruise

By Anne Kalosh.

UnCruise Adventures is the first line to sail to Alaska each season, and now the Seattle-based line is offering off-season Alaska savings on spring sailings during its “Alaska Awakening” promotion.

Springtime means fewer crowds while experiencing the bright colors of nature coming to life, bears visiting shore, views of sea-to-sky snow and waterfalls full of life.

off-season Alaska

Kayaking in Alaska. * Photo: UnCruise Adventures

“Alaska Awakening” itineraries begin in early April with special benefits and amenities. These include pre-cruise hikes near Juneau led by UnCruise CEO Capt. Dan Blanchard and notable guest hosts aboard most departures such as glaciologists, bear experts, photographers, authors and personal trainers.

Plus, an orca will be adopted for passengers in each cabin on the 14-night Alaska’s Inside Passage & San Juan Cruise. In addition, UnCruise executives will join S.S. LEGACY’s April 15, 2018, departure.

“Alaska Awakening” savings apply to any April or May 2018 departures booked between Sept. 21 and Dec. 15, 2017. Travelers save $400 per cabin or $200 per person (single occupancy), and the offer can be combined with UnCruise’s Loyalty, Referral and Family Discoveries savings programs.

Ten Alaska cruises are part of the “Alaska Awakening” program, with fares starting at $2,995 (before savings). Port taxes and fees are additional. The Family Discoveries program encourages families to bring children 8 years and older, with $500 savings for kids 8 to 13.

For more details about small ship cruising in Alaska, read our QuirkyCruise Alaska Overview.

off-season Alaska

Kids love active excursions like river crossings. * Photo: UnCruise Adventures

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