Alaska Sailings on Sale with UnCruise Adventures

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Guests on an UnCruise Adventures voyage in Alaska can explore the area on a kayak.

For travelers interested in exploring Alaska, UnCruise Adventures is offering savings on its 2019 sailings throughout the state.

“We are heading into our longest Alaska sailing season ever with cruises operating for six months,” said Tim Jacox, UnCruise Adventures’ president and COO, in press materials. “Whether your clients have time to travel in spring or summer, we have an adventure ready and an offer for you to close the sale.”

Guests embarking on the 86-guest Safari Endeavour or the 90-guest Legacy with accommodations in Commander category cabins will receive savings of $1,200 per couple, per week. Departure dates are available April through September 2019 with rates beginning at $4,695 pp before the savings. Advisors must mention code AK2019COMM in order to access this offer. Meanwhile, a savings offer of $600 per couple, per week is good for select sailings on three wilderness ships in Alaska: the 60-guest Wilderness Adventurer, the 74-guest Wilderness Explorer, and the 76-guest Wilderness Discoverer. Departure dates are available April through July 2019. This offer is valid for those with accommodations in Trailblazer, Pathfinder and Explorer category cabins, and advisors must mention code AK2019WILD to book. Rates begin at $2,995 pp before savings.

Solo travelers can also save on Alaska sailings this year as UnCruise Adventures waives the single supplement for those traveling aboard the Legacy with accommodations in a Commander category cabin. Departure dates are available April through August. This offer is available with code AK2019SOLO.

For more information, visit uncruise.com. Also, be sure to read about UnCruise Adventures’ first-ever season of summer sailings in the Hawaiian islands.

 

 

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