Safari Quest, Alaska

  • from US$ 523 / day

The 11-cabin Safari Quest is a boutique yacht that was renovated in 2013. With just 22 guests per trip, she offers intimate cruises with great facilities and high levels of service. Each of the four cabin types on the small cruise ship comes with a private bathroom with heated floor tiles, air-conditioning, an iPod docking station, and a flat-screen TV/DVD player. You’re sure to sleep well on the comfortable memory foam mattresses after each exciting day. Spacious common areas make unwinding and socialising easy. Relax in front of the TV in the stylish salon, sip a drink from the well-stocked bar, chill out on the sundeck, or bury your head in a good book in the library. The hydrophones let you listen to the sounds of the sea. There’s no need to miss your workout with the onboard modern gym equipment, and you can luxuriate in the hot tub. Each adventurous day brings new activities, and the Safari Quest carries kayaks, hiking poles, skiffs, and paddle boards.

Seven- and ten-night Alaskan cruises are available aboard the Safari Quest, with the shorter cruise starting and finishing in Juneau, and the longer voyage travelling from Seattle to Juneau, or vice versa. Each cruise includes the spectacular Fords Terror and Endicott Arm, where you can watch and listen as gigantic blocks of ice calve from the glacier, and on both adventures you can look out for creatures like whales, seals, sea lions, and plenty of bird life. The seven-night cruise takes you through the Icy Straight to Chichagof Island and Baranof Island, on through Frederick Sound, and to Port Houghton and Endicott Arm. The longer cruise features explorations of the San Juan Islands before traversing Canada’s Inside Passage to reach the Salmon Capital of the World, Ketchikan. Other highlights include Misty Fjords National Monument, Behm Canal, and Wrangell.

Board Safari Quest for a warm welcome by the friendly crew and get set to have a journey to remember. Book now to avoid disappointment; bookings can be made online or by telephone.

Choose your departure date adventure cruise | no scuba diving


Included: VAT, Accommodation, Complimentary toiletries, Transfers/pickups from airport, All meals, Alcoholic beverages, Towels Provided, Naturalist Guide, Kayaks

Excluded: Airfare to and from your home city, Discretionary gratuities to vessel’s crew, Travel protection, Optional excursions and land tours, Port taxes/fees - $250 (7 nights), $500 (12/14 nights), $750 (21 nights).

Book now, pay later: You can easily place your booking online. We will then hold the spaces for you and you can confirm with a payment later.

* Extra fees are shown per person and are subject to change.

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Boat features

  • Leisure Deck
  • Massage
  • Daily housekeeping
  • Onboard kayaks
  • Audio & video entertainment
  • Library
  • TV in cabins
  • Air Conditioned saloon
  • Aircon Cabins
  • Sun Deck
  • Indoor Saloon
  • Warm Water Showers
  • Outdoor Dining
  • En-Suite bathrooms
  • Observation deck

Food & Drinks

  • Western Food
  • Local Food
  • Vegetarian Options
  • Buffet style
  • Beer available
  • Selection of wines
  • Fine Cuisine
  • A la carte

If you have any specific dietary requirements whilst on-board your cruise, you can add this to your special requests on step 2 of the booking form. We advise limiting these requests to religious beliefs or food allergies.

Languages Spoken

The crew speaks English.

Drawings & Vessel Layouts

Safari Quest Deck Plan floorplan

Boat Specifications

  • Year built 1992
  • Year renovated 2013
  • Length 120ft
  • Beam 29ft
  • Cruising speed 10 Knots
  • Max guests 22
  • Number of cabins 11
  • Number of bathrooms 11

Boat Navigation and Safety

  • Radar
  • Depth Sounder
  • GPS
  • Radio VHF/DSC/SSB
  • Emergency Rafts
  • Life Vests
  • Fire Alarm & Fire Extinguishers
  • First Aid Kits
  • Satellite & mobile phones
  • Search light
  • Crew trained in first aid
  • Emergency flares