The Wilderness Adventurer was constructed in 1984 and renovated in 2011. The comfortable interiors boast great amenities, both in public and private areas, and there are plenty of spaces to enjoy some fresh air and stretch your legs. Visit the sun deck or observation deck to admire the views. There are just 30 cabins on the vessel. With a maximum of 60 passengers per trip, your small ship cruise is ideal for making new friends and mingling whilst still enjoying the top-notch services and ambience that comes with being part of a smaller group. Each comfortable en suite cabin has a TV and DVD player and an iPod docking station. You’ll also be delighted to find that each cabin has a viewing window, ideal for taking a peek of the wonders outside the minute you wake up. Watch and listen to the sounds of the sea with the underwater camera and hydrophone. Wetsuits, snorkelling gear, paddleboards and kayaks make active adventures more accessible. Other onboard equipment includes hiking poles and yoga mats. The inviting lounge evokes feelings of the wilds of Alaska, with an attractive bar made from local cedar wood. You can relax in the hot tub or get your heart racing in the gym.
Board the Wilderness Adventurer for a 12-night journey from Seattle to Juneau. Enjoy kayaking, skiff boating, and hiking at the San Juan Islands before traversing Canada’s Inside Passage. Don’t forget your passport! Coming back into US waters, you’ll sail to Ketchikan, the most southerly city of Alaska and the salmon capital of the world! Marvel at the majesty of the Misty Fjords National Monument and spot lots of local wildlife and then be further enchanted by nature at Behm Canal and Tongass National Forest. Next up is cultural Wrangell, where you can meet the Tlingit people. The final sections of your awesome adventure include Thomas Bay, Stephens Passage, Fords Terror, and Endicott Arm. The journey can also be taken in reverse. Alternatively, if you would love to combine health and wellbeing with your explorations, there are also departures that follow the same itinerary but with added fitness, meditation, and yoga sessions, nutritional guidance, and presentations related to mindfulness and fitness. The Wilderness Adventurer also offers seven-night round-trip cruises around Glacier Bay from Juneau, and seven-night expeditions around the Inner Reaches and Eastern Coves, sailing between Juneau and Ketchikan in both directions.
A guest to staff ratio of three to one on the Wilderness Adventurer ensures that you will be more than well looked after on your vacation. Choose your trip and call us or book online to reserve your desired dates.
Choose your departure date adventure cruise | no scuba diving
Included: VAT, Accommodation, Complimentary toiletries, Transfers/pickups from airport, All meals, Alcoholic beverages, 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.
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Food & Drinks
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.
The crew speaks English.
Drawings & Vessel Layouts
- Year built 1984
- Year renovated 2011
- Length 48.5m/160ft
- Beam 11.5m/38ft
- Cruising speed 9.5 knots
- Max guests 60
- Number of cabins 30
- Number of bathrooms 30
Boat Navigation and Safety
Wilderness Adventurer Reviews
- 8.4 Very good
- 1 Verified Review
- Vessel 10.0
- Crew 8.0
- Food 8.0
- Activities 8.0
- Value 8.0
Seeing bears, marine life, particularly whales and beautiful scenery.
- Recommended for
- Small ship, good crew, ability to get to know fellow passengers,good itinerary.