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  • Mexico’s Sea of Cortés & Hawaiian Islands November 2012 — April 2014 Un-Cruise ™ InnerSea Discoveries ✦ American Safari Cruises
  • Un-Cruise™ Adventures Why Un-Cruise? 3 Far from Ordinary Uncommon Adventures 4 Destinations 5 Mexico’s Sea of Cortés L Baja’s Bounty 6-7 Hawaiian Islands L Hawaiian Seascapes 8-9 A AdventureBound Hawaii 10-11 Un-Cruise Fleet L Safari Endeavour 12 L Safari Explorer 13 A Wilderness Explorer 14 Reservation Information 15 2 | Un-Cruise™
  • WhyUn-Cruise?Unrushed. Uncrowded. Unbelievable. Showcasing the very best of the places we explore, our signature Un-Cruise Adventures are built on flexibility. Whether you cruise the warm waters of Mexico’s Sea of Cortés or among the sun-drenched Hawaiian Islands, our sleek nimble boats carry 36, 76 or86 like-minded travelers—punctuating each voyage with exclusiveencounters and providing extraordinary access along the way.Travelers today are looking for exceptional experiences, and atInnerSea Discoveries and American Safari Cruises, you can expectto find them. You could be hiking to an amazing vista one minute andpaddling or snorkeling in a fish sanctuary the next. But if you wouldrather grab a cup of coffee and sit on the bridge trading stories withthe Captain, you will enjoy those moments too. With any choice,yours will be a personal and close up adventure.Our small group size ensures the quality of your experience, allowingthe Captain to maximize wildlife viewing and other opportunitiesas they spontaneously arise, and ashore, local guides and residentsoffer the gift of friendship along with their knowledge in moreintimate settings. And throughout, we’ve set aside time for play—kayaking, hiking, paddle boarding, snorkeling, exploring by skiff—andto simply bask in your surroundings. It’s all designed to make yourtime with us as engaging, active, and varied as you like, whateveryour preference. Un-Cruise Adventures. Unmatched hands-on explorations and up-close encounters. Make your moments with an Un-Cruise! Unrivaled. | 3
  • Far From Ordinary Uncommon Adventures Our one-of-a-kind, life-changing, memory-making Un-Cruise Adventures are far from ordinary, and we’ve designed them to carry you outside of ho-hum tourist ports. To be inspiring. And change the way you see the world—wildlife in their natural environment, unique cultural encounters, moments to meld with nature, and engagement in active adventure. We’ve created two styles of warm water Un-Cruise Adventures: Active and Luxury. Both choices feature kayaks, hikes, and stand-up paddle boards (SUPs); underwater bow cameras and hydrophones; quality service; hand-crafted meals enhanced with local flavors; yoga classes led by onboard wellness instructors; and an experienced team of Expedition Leaders and Guides to provide instruction and narration along the way. Depending on which style you choose and which boat you’re on, the amenities and services included are exceptional, yet different. A Active Adventures L Luxury Adventures Come play. Delivered from aboard our Wilderness expedition boats, The luxury of experience—and as connoisseurs, it’s something we our Active Adventures are for spirited, energetic explorers. So it’s take to heart. Aboard our Safari yacht-style boats, discriminating only natural that they’re fitted out with an extensive assortment of curious travelers embark on inclusive Luxury Adventures combining equipment and amped up adventure to accommodate all of your unabashed casual, upscale cruising with adventurous activities and unleashed energy. We  provide  he adventure, equipment, opportunities, t engaging cultural discoveries. The onboard amenities allow you to meals, the fun, expert crew, and the boat—the rest is up to you. escape. Nature and encounters take care of the pace. What sets them apart… What makes them special… u Higher, longer outdoor activity and more of it u Exclusive arrangements and visits u More outdoor guides in crew complement u More included adventures and excursions u Healthy meals, most served buffet-style u Indulging onboard relaxation u Casual atmosphere on board u Some staterooms with French balconies and Jacuzzi’s u Alcohol and massage are extra cost items u Gourmet cuisine and finer dining u Snorkel gear included and wetsuits available for rent u Each guest enjoys a complimentary massage u Port fees and taxes are separate charges u Fine wine, premium spirits, and micro-brews are included u More economical price point u All from-the-boat activities and equipment are included u No extra charge for port fees or taxes u Moderate to high price point No matter which Un-Cruise Adventure you choose, when you’re here, you’re home.4 | Un-Cruise™
  • Mexico’s Sea of CortésWorld Heritage Site & Biosphere ReserveJust south of California lies an inland sea known as the Gulf ofCalifornia, Sea of Cortez, or Sea of Cortés. A birders paradise, thisrich archipelago serves as an important bird refuge and migrationcorridor. It is a place author John Steinbeck found “ferocious with life”and described by Jacques Cousteau as “the aquarium of the world.”This UNESCO World Heritage Site & Biosphere Reserve is one ofthe most biologically diverse marine environments on earth.Discover a world of breathtaking beauty on an island-hopping journeyin wildlife-rich waters and on islands that are home to both plants andanimals found nowhere else. Coastal mangroves and dunes, alongwith desert scrub and red rock cliffs provide the backdrop. Swim withplayful sea lions, watch whales, and discover a centuries-old missiontown. Hike nearby shores, rimmed with white-sand beaches andcactus-clad ridges, then play in impossibly brilliant turquoise waters.To explore this extraordinary place is to know firsthand how small thehuman presence here truly is.Hawaiian IslandsThe Aloha StateFormerly known as the “Sandwich Islands”—as named by CaptainCook following his visit in 1778—this archipelago of volcanic islandsand atolls sits at the center of the North Pacific Ocean markingthe northeast corner of Polynesia. The island chain forms thelargest marine sanctuary in the world and one of the world’s mostimportant habitats for humpback whales. Two-thirds of the NorthPacific population migrates to Hawaii each winter for breeding,calving, and nursing. We encounter many of these same humpbacksin Alaska where they feed during the summer months.Mostly staying on the leeward side of the eastern-most HawaiianIslands chain, explore remote shorelines and along the way viewmarine species and endangered animals, many native to theHawaiian Islands. Experience traditional Hawaiian culture, meet thelocal people, and discover the natural gifts of these islands in a wayonly accessible on an Un-Cruise Adventure. Immerse yourself inthis tropical wonderland to experience the islands from a differentperspective. Unspoiled. | 5
  • Baja’s Bounty 7 nights Roundtrip La Paz, Baja California Sur — From $2,995 u La Paz u Isla Espíritu Santo u Los Islotes u Isla San Francisco u Bahia Agua Verde u Loreto u Island Exploration u Day 1 La Paz, Baja California Sur – Embarkation You will be met at the Los Cabos or La Paz airport for your transfer to the Safari Endeavour. The Captain and crew welcome you aboard just in time for a cocktail and dinner with your new mates. Day 2 Isla Espíritu Santo Wake up to a desert island paradise nestled in the gulf’s rich ecosystem. Kick off your day with a brief orientation, and then it’s all ashore for a day of play. Beachcomb along the shell-strewn shore or hike inland among exotic desert cacti; kayaking, paddle boarding, snorkeling, and skiffing are ideal in this important marine habitat. Conditions permitting, there may be a late night snorkel under the stars. Day 3 Los Islotes / Isla San FranciscoHighlights: Heave anchor early this morning and set sail for Los Islotes—a steep rocky u Exclusive exploration of a UNESCO World Heritage Site & outcropping leaping straight from the sea. Observe a sea lion colony from the ship and skiff, or slip into a wetsuit to snorkel with agile young sea lions. Swim through a rock Biosphere Reserve arch where orange fan and white fire coral sway in the current, while high overhead, u Unhurried time for watching whales and dolphins sea birds perch on the cliffs. At Isla San Francisco, a guided hike takes you among a u Discover the centuries-old mission town of Loreto forest of the world’s tallest cactus—the Cardón, or take to the calm waters for play. u Snorkeling with playful sea lion pups u Hike along cactus-clad rims and among the giant Cardón Day 4 Bahia Agua Verde cactus Enjoy a lingering brunch then it’s off to shore. Clear waters are bordered by u Enjoy an evening BBQ ashore with music and storytelling sparse craggy mountains hemmed in green. Explore canyons, enjoy scenic vistas, u Spectacular stargazing, evening snorkeling, and chances for and experience the “real Baja.” Fill your day with spectacular hiking, snorkeling, water-play kayaking, and paddle boarding. If we’re able, there may be a visit with a local ranchero. An evening BBQ makes time for music and sharing stories ashore.6 | Un-Cruise™
  • L Mexico’s Sea of CortésDay 5 Loreto With binoculars in hand, keep your eyes peeled snorkeling in crystalline waters; skiffing alongside a for pods of dolphins, blue, fin, sei, orca and sperm pod of bottlenose dolphins; on Isla San JoseLoreto, the first Spanish settlement on the Baja exploring the mangroves by kayak or skiff; seeking whales as they spout and dive in the surroundingCalifornia Peninsula, was founded in 1697.  A endemic wildlife on an Isla Catalina hike; or waters. Blue-footed boobies, brown pelicans,guided tour takes you through the streets and stepping ashore on Isla Coyote, the gulf’s only cormorants, and gulls also make this area theirplazas of this picturesque seaside village.  Shop inhabited island, to visit with local fishermen. home and on shore you may catch a glimpse of afor local art and visit its historical buildings and After tonight’s Farewell Dinner, your Expedition Costa’s hummingbird or ash-throated flycatchers.missions.  If the gray whales have arrived near Leader recaps the journey with a slideshow. Drop anchor in a hidden cove straight out of aBahia Magdalena—where they’re known to movie set for a chance to kayak, snorkel, andmigrate and calf—we’ll offer an optional excursion beachcomb or to hike an inland sandy valleyacross the peninsula where you can ride in a panga Day 8 La Paz, Baja California Sur – perfect for identifying animal tracks or climb aand observe them in the lagoon.  Get underway for Disembark desert rim of breathtaking vistas. There’s evenan afternoon search for whales, dolphins and flying the possibility of a post-dinner swim in a bay Back in La Paz, it’s “adios”.  After breakfast, a transfermanta rays, and an evening of stargazing. sometimes filled with stunning bioluminescence. to the La Paz and Los Cabos airports is provided. Due to the nature of our explorations, itineraries areDay 6 Whale Watching Day 7 Captain’s Choice guidelines and will change in order to maximize wildlifePicturesque ledges of pink and orange bluffs Leave it to the Captain to uncover today’s magic. and natural encounters. Variations in itinerary and theand a search for marine life are on tap. Depending on the tides and sightings, you may be order of days may occur. Safari Endeavour Baja’s Bounty — 7 nights, Roundtrip La Paz, Baja California Sur Extend your un-cruise with a Saturday Departures Master Commander Captain Admiral Commodore Full Yacht Master pre- or post-stopover 2012 Suite Charter Single Nov. 24; Dec. 1, 8, 15 $2,995 $3,395 $3,695 $4,195 $5,895 $321,595 $3,995 Cabo San Lucas Hilton Los Cabos Beach & Nov. 17; Dec. 22, 29 $3,695 $3,995 $4,295 $4,895 $6,795 $376,795 $4,695 Golf Resort 2013 Master Commander Captain Admiral Commodore Full Yacht Master Partial ocean view ­ From $299 – Suite Charter Single Ocean view – From $325 Jan. 5, 12, 19 $2,995 $3,395 $3,695 $4,195 $5,895 $321,595 $3,995 3 night golf package available. Mar. 30; Apr. 6, 13 Nov. 16, 30; Dec. 7, 14 San Jose del Cabo Jan. 26; Feb. 2, 9, 16+, 23 $3,695 $3,995 $4,295 $4,895 $6,795 $376,795 $4,695 Casa Natalia — A Chic Mar. 2, 9#, 16+, 23# Boutique Hotel Nov. 23; Dec. 21, 28 Deluxe Guest Rooms provide 2014 Master Commander Captain Admiral Commodore Full Yacht Master either a king bed or two Suite Charter Single queen beds – From $225 Jan. 4, 11, 18; Mar. 29 $2,995 $3,395 $3,695 $4,195 $5,895 $321,595 $3,995 Apr. 5 La Paz Hotel Seven Crown Jan. 25+ $3,695 $3,995 $4,295 $4,895 $6,795 $376,795 $4,695 Deluxe Guest Rooms provide Feb. 1, 8, 15+, 22 Mar. 1, 8#, 15, 22# either a king bed or two queen beds – From $225 # “Kids in Nature” family departure. + Photography departure. All rates are per person, double occupancy in US dollars. Any stateroom (except Master) may be sold as a single for 175% of double rate. Triple rates available. Charter up to 86 guests. Packages include: airport meet & greet; airport/hotel/boatLUXURY ADVENTURES include – All onboard meals; premium spirits, wine, beer; exclusive transfers and baggage transfers; accommodations; taxes and service fees.handling between airport/boat; taxes and port fees; entry fees to national parks/preserves; all from-the-boat adventure Prices are per person/double occupancy.activities and equipment; sauna, yoga classes and a complimentary massage. Visit InnerSeaDiscoveries.com for details. Unbound. | 7
  • Hawaiian Seascapes 7 Nights Lana’i to Hawaii, the Big Island (or reverse) — From $4,995 u Lana’i u Maui u Moloka’i & Halawa Valley u Olowalu u Kailua-Kona u Honomalino Bay u Opihihali u Hawaii, the Big Island u Day 1 Lana’i – Embarkation Aloha! You’ll be transferred to our hospitality area on Lana’i for a warm aloha. Later, the Captain and crew greet you with smiles and champagne as you board the awaiting Safari Explorer. Search for marine life during a sunset cruise before dropping anchor for the evening. Day 2 Lana’i On Lana’i, steep rock faces line the coves and ancient volcanic plugs sit both above and below the water surface. Gear up for a day of play. Activities include snorkeling, paddle boarding, kayaking, and skiffing; and a stroll along Shipwreck Beach to the petroglyphs. The Humpback National Marine Sanctuary—located between Lana’i, Moloka’i, and Maui—provides front-row seats as you cruise through these productive marine breeding grounds.Highlights: u Explore Hawaiian waters in a traditional hand-carved Day 3 Olowalu / West Maui voyaging canoe In ancient times, Olowalu was considered a place of refuge. Today, it delivers a treat u Exclusive cultural experiences in Moloka’i’s Halawa Valley of snorkeling among coral gardens teaming with underwater life and a known sea u Evening pa’ina (feast) and Hawaiian jam session with locals turtle habitat. Later you’ll be underway in an authentic hand-carved voyaging canoe u Visits to a plumeria and organic macadamia nut farm sailing as the early Polynesian warriors did. u Stroll Lana’i’s ghostly Shipwreck Beach to the petroglyphs u Night snorkel with Giant Pacific Manta rays Day 4 Moloka’i u Whale and marine life search in the Humpback National Enjoy leisure time in the charming paniolo (Hawaiian cowboy) town of Marine Sanctuary Kaunakakai and live as the locals do today—visit a plumeria farm and get some sand between your toes on one of Hawaii’s longest beaches. Stop by an organic8 | Un-Cruise™
  • L Hawaiian Islandsmacadamia nut farm and treat your taste buds Day 6 Kailua-Kona kayaking, and skiff tours fill out your last day ofwith a stop for coffee at a plantation. And at ultimate adventure in Opihihali—an area known Skiff to Kealakekua Bay, where Captain Cook to be favored by marine mammals.a local museum, discover the history of this was slain in 1779, for some of the island’s bestancient homeland as you enjoy an evening snorkeling. At Kailua-Kona, a guided walking tourpa’ina (feast), complete with a home-styleHawaiian jam session. unveils this historic town. This evening you’ll Day 8 Hawaii, the Big Island – Disembark anchor at an offshore location to search for and As the Safari Explorer docks at Kawaihae Harbor, night snorkel with Giant Pacific Manta rays. you’ll be transferred to the Kona Airport or toDay 5 Moloka’i – Halawa Valley your American Safari Cruises hotel to begin yourHands-on activities await you in the picture post-cruise extension.book Halawa Valley. “Talk story” with locals and Day 7 Honomalino Bay / Opihihaliexperience their land and traditions as few visitors Fringed by coconut palms, Honomalino Bay offers Due to the nature of our explorations, itineraries areever do. Take in a cultural lesson in taro patches, a morning of snorkeling, paddle boarding, and guidelines and will change in order to maximize wildlifeti leaf lei making, and legends and lore; or hike to a kayaking. The bay reveals a diversity of colorful and natural encounters. Variations in itinerary and thetowering waterfall in Halawa’s cathedral valley. corals, sponges, and tropical fishes. Lava tubes, order of days may occur. Safari Explorer Hawaiian Seascapes — 7 nights, Lana’i to Hawaii (*or reverse) Extend your un-cruise with a Saturday Departures Master Commander Captain Admiral Commodore Full Yacht Single pre- or post-stopover 2012 Suite Charter Nov. 3, 10*, 24* $4,995 $5,395 $5,795 $6,495 $7,695 $198,995 $5,795 Hawaii, the Big Island Dec. 1, 8*, 15 Mauna Kea Beach Hotel Nov. 17; Dec. 22*, 29 $5,695 $6,095 $6,595 $7,395 $8,595 $224,995 $6,595 Refined furnishings and finishing touches are subtly supported by 2013 Master Commander Captain Admiral Commodore Full Yacht Single hi-tech bells and whistles to Suite Charter produce an ultimate experience. Jan. 5*, 12; Apr. 13* $4,995 $5,395 $5,795 $6,495 $7,695 $198,995 $5,795 Nov. 2*, 9, 16*, 30* Deluxe Mountain View – From $239 Dec. 7, 14* Plumeria Beach Club (Beachfront) – From $299 Jan. 19*, 26 $5,695 $6,095 $6,595 $7,395 $8,595 $224,995 $6,595 Lana’i Feb. 2*, 9, 16*, 23 Four Seasons Manele Bay Mar. 2*, 9#, 16*, 23, 30*# Apr. 6+; Nov. 23 A quintessential Hawaiian beach Dec. 21, 28* resort overlooking a protected marine preserve. 2014 Master Commander Captain Admiral Commodore Full Yacht Single Garden View – From $289 Suite Charter Jan. 4, 11* $4,995 $5,395 $5,795 $6,495 $7,695 $198,995 $5,795 Ocean Front – From $459 Apr. 12 The Lodge at Koele Jan. 18, 25* $5,695 $6,095 $6,595 $7,395 $8,595 $224,995 $6,595 Reminiscent of a country manor, Feb. 1, 8*, 15, 22*+ the estate is surrounded by Mar. 1, 8,* 15#, 22*, 29# Apr. 5* towering pines – From $289 # “Kids in Nature” family departure. + Photography departure. All rates are per person, double occupancy in US dollars. Any stateroom (except Single stateroom) may be sold as a single for 175% of double rate. Charter up to 40 guests. Each properity offers a spectacular golf course. Packages include: airport meet & greet; airport/hotel/boatLUXURY ADVENTURES include – All onboard meals; premium spirits, wine, beer; exclusive transfers and baggage transfers; accommodations; taxes and service fees.handling between airport/boat; taxes and port fees; entry fees to national parks/preserves; all from-the-boat adventure Prices are per person/double occupancy.activities and equipment; sauna, yoga classes and a complimentary massage. Visit InnerSeaDiscoveries.com for details. Unexpected. | 9
  • AdventureBound Hawaii 7 Nights Oahu to Hawaii, the Big Island (*or reverse) — From $2,495 u Oahu u Humpback National Marine Sanctuary u Maui u Molokini u Honomalino Bay u Lana’i u Opihihali u Kailua-Kona u Hawaii, the Big Island u Day 1 Honolulu, Oahu – Embarkation Welcome to Honolulu! You’ll be transferred to our hospitality area before boarding the Wilderness Explorer. The Captain and crew welcome you aboard, then you’re underway to experience your first Hawaiian Un-Cruise sunset before anchoring for the evening. Day 2 Ka’ena Point State Park / Wai’anae Harbor Offshore near Ka’ena Point State Park, kick off your morning with safety and equipment orientations, and a slate of activities including stand-up paddle boarding, snorkeling, kayaking, and skiff tours. Relax on board over lunch before anchoring off of Wai’anae Harbor for an opportunity to go ashore for touring, hiking, or lose-your-cares beach time. After cocktails and dinner, it’s time to cross over to the island of Lana’i.Highlights: u Snorkel at Molokini’s undersea volcanic crater u Exploration off-shore and afoot near Oahu’s Ka’ena Point Day 3 Humpback National Marine Sanctuary State Park Situated between the islands of Lana’i, Moloka’i, and Maui is a maritime tropical u Hike along Lana’i’s rustic pine-lined Munro Trail wonderland with front-row seats to the breeding grounds for humpbacks and u Night snorkel with Giant Pacific Manta rays other myriad marine wildlife. After lunch, you’ll have a chance to maneuver u Whale and marine life search in the Humpback National your paddle board, throw your sail, don your snorkel, or dip a paddle from your kayak off the beckoning island of Lana’i. And if the stars align, cap off your Marine Sanctuary evening with some night snorkeling. Day 4 Maui / Molokini It’s Maui—so sand between your toes and enticing waters are yours to explore10 | Un-Cruise™
  • A Hawaiian Islandsprior to a lunch time positioning to explore deployed for hours of up-close water exploration the Wilderness Explorer docks at Kawaihae Harborthe remarkable undersea world of Molokini. before you get underway for Opihihali with eyes for your transfer to the Kona Airport.At the quietest time of day, enjoy unparalleled on watch for dolphins and whales. This evening,snorkeling. Compare underwater notes as you suit up for an exhilarating night snorkel with harmlesssip your favorite beverage in the lounge and after Giant Pacific Manta rays, one of the largest animals Due to the nature of our explorations, itineraries aredinner, explore quaint and lively Lahaina. in the ocean. Back onboard, it’ll be a contest guidelines and will change in order to maximize wildlife to see who has the best Manta ray tale to tell. and natural encounters. Variations in itinerary and the There’s also an opportunity to go ashore for a order of days may occur.Day 5 Lana’i taste of Kailua Town before calling it a night.The island’s laidback culture and uncrowdedspaces are on today’s off-the-beaten path agenda.Spend time sunning on the beach, exploring Day 7 Kailua-KonaLana’i City, or hiking with your Expedition Leaders Venture into the historic town of Kailua for a localand guides along Lana’i’s rustic pine-lined Munro walking tour and exploring on your own. A skiffTrail. Learn about the modern day, but lost excursion offers snorkeling in some of the bestpineapple plantation era and the vastly different waters Hawaii has to offer for underwater riches.backdrop of a long ago untouched time. Cap off your day with the Captain’s Farewell Dinner then retire to the lounge for a photographic recap of your week’s Un-Cruise Adventure.Day 6 Honomalino Bay / OpihihaliGreet the day on the Kona Coast of the BigIsland of Hawaii—then gear up and go play Day 8 Hawaii, the Big Island – Disembarkin Honomalino Bay. All the sports gear gets Gather for your final breakfast with new friends as Wilderness Explorer AdventureBound Hawaii — 7 nights, Extend your un-cruise with a Oahu to Hawaii (*or reverse) pre- or post-stopover Saturday Departures Trailblazer Pathfinder Explorer Private Trailblazer 2013 Charter Single Hawaii, the Big Island Nov. 2, 9*, 16, 30 $2,495 $2,795 $3,395 $204,595 $3,743 Hapuna Beach Hotel Kona Dec. 7*, 14 Situated on 32 oceanfront acres, all guest rooms are Nov. 23*; Dec. 21*, 28 $2,995 $3,195 $3,995 $240,795 $4,493 ocean-facing with terrace or Hapuna Beach views. Terrace View – From $179 2014 Trailblazer Pathfinder Explorer Private Trailblazer Ocean View – From $215 Charter Single Jan. 4*, 11, 18*, 25 $2,995 $3,195 $3,995 $240,795 $4,493 Oahu Feb. 1*, 8, 15*, 22 Hawaii Prince Hotel Waikiki Mar. 1*#, 8, 15*, 22#, 29* The all-oceanfront resort provides great panoramic Apr. 5, 12* views of the Ala Wai Yacht Harbor, Ala Moana Beach # “Kids in Nature” family departure. All rates are per person, double occupancy in US$. and Park, and the world’s most beautiful sunsets. Add $175 per person port fees and taxes. Select cabins are available for single occupancy at 150% of Oceanfront Marina – From $199 the double rate; all other cabins are available at 175%. Charter up to 76 guests. Each properity offers a spectacular golf course.ACTIVE ADVENTURES include – All onboard meals; transfers and baggage handling Packages include: airport meet & greet; airport/hotel/boat transfers; accommodations;between airport/boats; entry fees to national parks/preserves; most from-the-boat adventure taxes and service fees. Prices are per person/double occupancy.activities and equipment; sauna and yoga. Visit InnerSeaDiscoveries.com for details. Unconventional. | 11
  • L Exquisitely appointed, the newly refurbished yacht-style Safari Endeavour features a Wine Bar, relaxing public spaces, and three decks with ample outsideSafari Endeavour viewing opportunities. The EZ Dock launch platform on the aft deck makes launching a kayak or stand-up paddle board and boarding a skiff easy. Commodore Suites 205, 206, 207, 208 Sitting area; king or twin beds; Tempur-pedic ® Safari Endeavour memory foam mattresses; refrigerator; view 86 Guests / 34-35 Crew / 43 Staterooms / Length 217’ windows; French doors and step out balcony; private bath with Jacuzzi tub and shower All staterooms are outside and above deck with view windows or portholes. Admiral Staterooms 201, 202, 309 King or twin beds; refrigerator; desk and chair; view window; private bath with shower Bridge Deck Captain Staterooms 105-112, 203, 204, 209, 210 King or twin beds; view window; desk and chair; private bath and shower Upper Deck Commander Staterooms 211-213, 303-308, 311-322 Twin beds; desk and chair; view windows; private bath with shower Cabin Deck Master Staterooms 103, 301, 302 Twin beds; desk and chair; view window Main Deck or port hole; private bath with shower # Staterooms designated for Double or Triple Accommodation ° Staterooms with Fixed Twin Bed Onboard Amenities u Fitness equipment, hot tub, sauna, u Hair dryers, bathrobes, slippers massage room, and yoga alarm clock, iPod docking station and TV/DVD players u Flat screen TV/DVD in the Salon Additional images can be viewed online at: u A DVD and book library u Exclusive wine bar InnerSeaDiscoveries.com u Full-beam swim-step for ease u Included bar stocked with in boarding kayaks and high-speed premium spirits, fine wines and skiffs microbrews 12 | Un-Cruise™
  • L The Safari Explorer, an upscale yacht and our Un-Cruise flagship, is perfectly  designed for our “luxury in the pursuit of adventure” style. Features Safari explorer include a cozy Wine Library and three public decks for mingling and enjoying the fresh air. A full-beam swim step makes for easy access in the water.A1, A2 Commodore SuitesSeparate sitting area; king or twin beds; Safari Explorerview window and a sliding glass door 36 Guests / 14-15 Crew / 18 Staterooms / Length 145’opening to a small balcony; private bathwith Jacuzzi tub and shower All staterooms are outside and above deck with view windows (no portholes). Admiral StateroomsB1, C1, C2King or twin beds; windowed door or viewwindows; private bath with Jacuzzi tub andshower Captain Stateroom Bridge DeckB2King or twin beds; view window andwindowed door; private bath with Jacuzzitub and shower Commander Staterooms Cabin DeckB15, B16King or twin beds; view window andwindowed door; private bath with shower Master Staterooms Main DeckB3, B7, B8, B9, B10, B11, B12, B13,B14 # Staterooms designated for Double or Triple AccommodationQueen or twin beds; view window and + Staterooms with Twin Beds that can be configured to a Queen s Cabins with Fixed Queen Bedwindowed door; private bath with shower Onboard Amenities u Fitness equipment, sauna, massage u Hair dryers, bathrobes, slippers, room, and yoga alarm clock, iPod docking station Single Stateroom u Flat screen TV/DVD in the Salon and TV/DVD playersB6 u A DVD and book libraryQueen bed; view window; windowed u Heated tile floors in all bathroom u Full-beam swim-step for ease in door; private bath with shower boarding kayaks and high-speed skiffs u Included bar stocked with u Tempur-pedic® memory foam premium spirits, fine wines and mattresses microbrews Undeniable. | 13
  • A With three accessible decks and an interior designed to complement  he outside, the Wilderness Explorer twilderness explorer is fully equipped for comfort and action. A Douglas fir bar top and communal dining table, respectively, highlight the lounge and dining room, and the EZ Dock launch platform makes getting in the water a cinch. Explorer Cabins 301, 304, 313, 314 Sitting area; refrigerator; fixed queen bed; Wilderness Explorer large picture window; private bath with 76 Guests / 26 Crew / 38 Staterooms / Length 186’ shower All staterooms are outside and above deck with view windows Pathfinder Cabins 107-114; 202-206 Queen or twin beds; view window; private bath with shower Sun Deck Trailblazer Cabins 103-106; 207-215; 302, 303, 305, 306; 309-312 Queen or twin beds; view window; private bath with shower Lounge Deck Main Deck Below Deck * Cabins designated for Single or Double  Accommodation ° Cabins with Fixed Twin Beds Onboard Amenities u Onboard fitness equipment u Hair dryers, iPod docking station and TV/DVD players u Flat screen TV/DVD in the Additional images can be viewed online at: main lounge u A DVD and book library InnerSeaDiscoveries.com u A full-beam swim-step for ease u Spa services with sauna, massage in boarding the kayaks and the room, yoga classes and fitness high-speed skiffs equipment 14 | Un-Cruise™
  • Reservation & Travel InformationPlease read carefully before bookingContact Information Travel DocumentsAddress: 3826 18th Avenue West, Seattle, Washington 98119 All travel documents and information are e-documents and sent by email approximatelyEmail: sales@InnerSeaDiscoveries.com 45 days prior to your departure. Reservations must be paid in full and all required Guest Information Forms must be received for this to happen. We ask that you submit all requiredToll free: (888) 862-8881 Guest Information Forms no later than 60 days prior to your departure. Late receipt ofPhone: (206) 284-0300 Guest Information Forms and Final Payment will delay your travel documents.Fax: (206) 283-9322 Policy on ChildrenWebsite: InnerSeaDiscoveries.com Families with children ages 12 and under should target our select “Kids in Nature”Deposit & Final Payment departures or book a private charter for the whole family. It is the parents’ or guardians’ responsibility to supervise their children at all times. Contact our Sales Counselors orIndividual Booking refer to our website for full details.Deposits must be received within three business days of your reservation. Reservations arenot confirmed until a deposit is received. The initial deposit is refundable up to 72 hours after Gratuitiespayment is received. The premium payment for our Travel Protection Plan must be made Gratuities are a personal matter and are entirely at the discretion of the traveler. Withwithin 14 calendar days of the initial deposit/payment (see Travel Insurance on this page). Final some variations by style of adventure, a general guideline for crew gratuity, shared bypayment is due 60 days prior to your departure from your home city or in full at the time all crewmembers, is 5-10% of the Un-Cruise fare.reservations are confirmed if less than 60 days prior. If final payment is not received in time,your space may be released; rebooking will then be subject to final availability. Deposits andfinal payments may be made by check, credit card, wire transfer or money order. Smoking Smoking is allowed only in designated areas on outside aft decks. Smoking is not allowedDeposit Required inside the boats at any time.Safari Boats $1,500 per person Health and Disability RequirementsWilderness Boats $600 per person Guests must notify us in writing at the time of booking of any physical or mental illness, disability or other conditions for which special accommodations or the use of a wheelchairPrivate Charters is necessary or contemplated. Also we must be notified of any medical treatment thatFor a private charter, a deposit equal to one-third of the total charter cost is due within may render the guest unfit for travel or constitute a risk or danger to the guest or anyoneseven business days of the reservation. At 270 days (9 months) before departure, a else on board. Guests needing any form of assistance and those who are physicallysecond payment equal to one-third of the total charter cost is due. Final charter payment disabled must be accompanied by someone who will take full responsibility for anyis due 120 days (4 months) prior to departure. needed assistance during the cruise and in the event of an emergency. We reserve the right to refuse passage to anyone who, in our sole opinion, may affect the health, safetyCancellation Policy or enjoyment of other guests. Guests requiring a wheelchair must provide their ownGuests who cancel their cruise for any reason, including medical or family reasons, are collapsible wheelchair. Please be aware that some ports of call, shore excursions, docks,subject to the following cancellation fees. Please refer to the Travel Insurance section for gangways and other ship requirements may preclude a wheelchair guest from leavingdetails on cancellation penalty protection. the vessel; this decision will be made by the Captain and is binding. Additionally, there may be certain physical conditions, including raised doorway thresholds from 2 to 16Individuals: inches, stairways and narrow passageways within the boat that may limit or preclude the accessibility of wheelchair guests to some areas. Due to the limitations of vessel facilities,Days Prior To Departure Per Person Cancellation Fee bookings cannot be accepted for women who will be 30 weeks or more pregnant at the91 days or more 50% of initial deposit conclusion of travel. Women in their third trimester (greater than 24 weeks, but less than90 to 61 days Forfeiture of full deposit 30 weeks) must submit a letter from their physician granting permission to travel by boat (and for air travel, if applicable).60 to 46 days 50% of gross fare45 to 31 days 75% of gross fare Non-Discrimination Notification Under Title VI, Title IX30 to 0 days 100% of gross fare It is the policy of InnerSea Discoveries/American Safari Cruises not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, age, disability, ancestry, national origin orPrivate Charter: veteran status in its educational programs, activities or employment as required by law.Days Prior To Departure Charter Cancellation FeeOver 365 days (12 mo+) 50% of initial deposit Travel Insurance365 to 271 days (12-9 mo) Forfeiture of full deposit InnerSea Discoveries/American Safari Cruises has developed a travel protection plan to offer our guests a wide range of services at reasonable rates. We strongly recommend270 to 121 days (9-4 mo) 66.67% of gross fare that you purchase travel insurance to protect yourself against cancellation penalties and120 to 0 days (4-0 mo) 100% of gross fare enjoy your trip with complete peace of mind. You will also be covered for losses due to trips cut short by illness or family emergencies or costs of baggage lost or damaged. InIncluded in your Fare order to have the pre-existing medical conditions exclusion waived, this program must be • Meet/greet services and transfers purchased within 14 calendar days of the initial deposit/payment and is not refundable or transferable under any circumstances. A Description of Coverage will be sent with your • Exclusive activities and shore visits invoice. Should you wish to purchase the insurance, please see our Web site or call our • All meals aboard the boats Sales Counselors for premiums and other details. • Kayaking and small-boat exploration • Onboard Expedition Leaders/Guides All itineraries presented are guidelines and subject to change to maximize wildlife and natural encounters, or due to weather or other conditions beyond the control of InnerSeaAdditional Inclusions (Safari boats only): Discoveries/American Safari Cruises. • Premium wine, beer and liquor (excludes super-premiums) Photographic Images • A massage InnerSea Discoveries/American Safari Cruises takes photographs of various activities • All port fees and taxes throughout each cruise that sometimes include guests. Some images will be used for promotional purposes. Guests who prefer that their image not be used can notify theNot included in your fare Expedition Leader on board. • Airfare to and from your home city • Discretionary gratuities to vessel’s crew, typically 5-10% of fare Brochure Photo Credit • Travel insurance Ellen Barone (page 3 cactus); Yvette Cardoza (page 3 canoe, page 11 paddle board); • Optional excursions and land tours Dave Houser (page 8 skiff/dolphins, page 9 kayakers) • Wine, beer and liquor (Wilderness boats) • Massage (Wilderness boats) Full terms and conditions are available at: InnerSeaDiscoveries.com • Port fees and taxes (Wilderness boats) Uncommon. | 15
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