The full Alaska season will include six itineraries for between 22 and 86 guests
UnCruise Adventures has moved forward its relaunch with modified itineraries departing from Juneau, Alaska, after Covid-19 protocols in Washington state affected departure dates.
The first sailing will depart on 7 May, with CEO David Blanchard leading history walks through Juneau prior to departure. Guest airfares and hotels for the alternative itinerary have been covered by the company to minimise disruption.
“When recent changes were made affecting our Seattle departures, I knew I could not disappoint our guests with another cancellation. Some of our guests have been waiting on this cruise for two or three years,” said Blanchard. “It makes me proud to see my team jump into action and ready to do what it takes to make this year one of the biggest comebacks we’ve ever had.”
The full Alaska season will include six itineraries of between 22 and 86 guests travelling with a fully vaccinated crew. All guests will be required to provide proof of vaccination to embark, and the cruise line is working with local, state and national officials to progress travel initiatives.
“We understand the importance of cruise lines in the Alaska economy,” said Blanchard. “Vaccinations are on the rise and data has shown that Alaska has outperformed other states during the pandemic. There is hope on the horizon, and Alaska is wide open for us this season!”
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