UnCruise Adventures to Start Alaska Cruises - Workboat
Small boat overnight operator UnCruise Adventures expects to start sailing Saturday in Alaska, a state that before the coronavirus pandemic was one of the hottest cruise destinations.
Occupancy on the 60-passenger, 156’x38’x6’ Wilderness Adventurer will be capped at 66% for the seven-night cruise. “Our crew is in Juneau preparing the boat, and we continue to work in lockstep with the state of Alaska and other health officials on health and safety for our guests and crew,” said spokesman Liz Galloway.
The vessel will be the Seattle company’s only one in Alaska this season. They also will have one in Hawaii. “We are expecting our Pacific Northwest sailings to depart as usual this season,” Galloway said. Each location is being assessed as dates get closer and they work with local officials on safety.