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UnCruise Adventures
UnCruise Adventures
Formerly called
American Safari Cruises[1]
Wholly owned Subsidiary
Industry Hospitality, Travel & Tourism
Founded 1996 in Everett, Washington, United States
Headquarters Fishermen's Terminal, Seattle, Washington[2]
Area served
Central America, Pacific Ocean, United States[3]
Key people
Dan Blanchard, CEO
Tim Jacox, President & COO
Eric Gier, CFO
Tim Voss, Vice President[4]
Products Cruises, river cruises
Parent InnerSea Discoveries Alaska Inc.
Website https://www.uncruise.com/

UnCruise Adventures is an American owned cruise liner founded in Everett, Washington. In 2008, the then American Safari Cruises was purchased by the parent company InnerSea Discoveries Alaska Inc..[5] In early 2013 after a fleet expansion, the American Safari Cruises was renamed to Un-Cruise Adventures.[6] Currently the cruise line operates 9 ships, 8 of which are fully owned. The cruise liner operates two headquarters, the main headquarters is located in Seattle, Washington and the second located in Juneau, Alaska.[7][8]

History

Un-Cruise Adventures was founded as the American Safari Cruises in 1996 in order to provide small yacht cruises in Alaska.[9] Following in 1997, the American Safari Cruise commenced operations with a charted yacht able to fit a dozen or more passengers.[10][11]

Fleet

Current fleet

Wilderness fleet

  • Wilderness Adventurer
  • Wilderness Discoverer
  • Wilderness Explorer

Safari fleet

  • Safari Endeavour
  • Safari Voyager
  • Safari Explorer
  • Safari Quest
  • La Pinta

River Cruise fleet

See also

References

  1. ^ "Glossary of Nautical and UCA Terms". www.un-cruise.com. Retrieved . 
  2. ^ "Careers - Come Join Our Team". www.un-cruise.com. Retrieved . 
  3. ^ "Our Destinations". www.un-cruise.com. Retrieved . 
  4. ^ "Our Adventure Bios - Executive Team". www.un-cruise.com. Retrieved . 
  5. ^ "American Safari Cruises to operate under new company - Cruise Industry News | Cruise News". www.cruiseindustrynews.com. Retrieved . 
  6. ^ Smith, Peter C. (2014-03-31). Cruise Ships The Small Scale Fleet: A Visiual Showcase. Pen and Sword. ISBN 9781781592816. 
  7. ^ "Company Background | Un-Cruise Adventures". www.un-cruise.com. Retrieved . 
  8. ^ "About Us | Un-Cruise Adventures". www.un-cruise.com. Retrieved . 
  9. ^ Smith, Peter C. (2014-03-31). Cruise Ships The Small Scale Fleet: A Visiual Showcase. Pen and Sword. ISBN 9781781592816. 
  10. ^ "American Safari Cruises & Sunstone Tours & Cruises - THE BOAT DIRECTORY". THE BOAT DIRECTORY. Retrieved . 
  11. ^ SLATER, SHIRLEY; BASCH, HARRY (1998-10-04). "Closer Look at the Real Alaska". Los Angeles Times. ISSN 0458-3035. Retrieved . 
  12. ^ "Small Ship Cruise Vessels | Un-Cruise Adventures". www.un-cruise.com. Retrieved . 

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