Un-Cruise Adventures and Hurtigruten have added new voyages to their portfolios, including Alaska, Norway and Panama.
A new brochure of Un-Cruise Adventures’ small ship adventure and river cruises is now available. The booklet includes a 2016 schedule of Alaska adventure cruises and a new 2017 Panama itinerary.
Those looking to explore the Alaskan wilderness have two new Un-Cruise Adventures itineraries to choose from— Exploring Muir’s Wilderness and Yachters’ Alaskan Frontier. The Alaska adventure cruises include seven itineraries and 113 departures. These itineraries feature skiff excursions, hiking, kayaking, paddleboarding, and whale watching.
On the new Yachters’ Alaskan Frontier itinerary, guests tour iceberg-rich Endicott Arm and Dawes Glacier, kayak and hike in the rugged Port Houghton cove, whale watch in Frederick Sound and Icy Strait, and hike through the Tongass National Forest.
Each 7-day cruise has the option to combine up to three different itineraries for 14- to 22-day voyages. Rates begin at $2,295 pp dbl and include meals, activities, transfers day of cruise, fitness equipment and DVD library. Other amenities vary by vessel and may include premium wine, beer and liquor, a massage, sauna, and wine bar.
Cruises to Panama begin on April 29, 2017 aboard the 64-guest Safari Voyager where adventurers experience the Pure Panama: Cultures, Coasts & Canals itinerary. During the week-long journey, guests sail roundtrip from Panama City on a tour that includes watersports activities at the Guna Yala Islands, explorations of Casco Antiguo—the historic quarter of Panama City—wildlife viewing in the Darien Jungle via a motorized dugout canoe, birdwatching along the Chagres River, and a full transit of the 48-mile long Panama Canal.
Rates begin at $4,395 pp dbl. All adventure activities are included as well as meals, a massage, transfers and premium wine, beer and spirits. Parents with children ages 8 to 13 can save $500 on fares through the Family Discoveries program. For more information and a full list of itineraries, call (888) 862-8881 or visit un-cruise.com.
Hurtigruten, meanwhile, has three special Expedition Voyages sailing along the Norwegian Coast this fall: Oct. 22 aboard the MS Nordkapp, Nov. 2 aboard the MS Nordlys, and Nov. 19 aboard the MS Nordnorge for 6, 7, or 12-day trips.
An expedition team on board every ship delves into the culture, history, and geography of Norway. They also lead daily adventures and select hikes and excursions. The hands-on experiences such as hikes and excursions supplement onboard lectures. For more information, call (877) 301-3117 or visit hurtigruten.com.