Small Ship Wilderness Discoverer
Adventure and discovery are at the heart of the 76-guest Wilderness Discoverer. Loaded with amenities and a lounge evoking the feel of a National Park lodge or neighborhood pub, this expedition vessel, from top to bottom, exudes the spirit of exploration.
Inviting, and oh so cared for by her crew, the Wilderness Discoverer delivers big adventure with top-of-the-class style. Wild, remote, and at the edges of the map, she carries a bit of Alaska wherever she sails—the beautiful bar top and tap tower are made from a yellow cedar log found in Peril Strait. But looks aside, she doesn’t hold back when it comes to exploration. Her shoal draft allows access to waters that are off-limits to bigger boats, where she can slip right in. An instigator of action, she was the first “Wilderness” boat in the family and set us on a path toward greater adventures—you will be too.
The Lounge has a large flat-screen TV featuring closed-circuit channels which include a GPS map of the location of the ship and an under-bow camera. Movies are shown at night in case enough passengers agree. The lounge also has a limited library, filled with wildlife encyclopedias and Alaska guidebooks. Guests can buy hiking gear, knit caps and T-shirts, with and without the logo of UnCruise Adventures. Binoculars are available for wildlife-spotting.
The Dining Room features open seating, buffet-style meals at set times. Unlimited beverages, alcoholic and non, are included in the price of the cruise. Vegetarian options are always available. Dietary restrictions happily accomodated with advanced notice.
Onboard Features: EZ Dock kayak launch platform; bow-mounted underwater camera; kayaks, paddleboards, inflatable skiffs, hiking poles, snorkel gear/wetsuits; two on-deck hot tubs; fitness equipment and yoga mats; DVD and book library
Onboard office, Galley, Expedition Gear, Kayak Launch Platform for easy loading and unloading.
Deck 1 - Underwater Camera, Crew Quarters, Engine Room.
Deck 2 - The Lounge with a GPS map of the location of the ship and an under-bow camera. Library, filled with wildlife encyclopedias and Alaska guidebooks. Gear shop with logo items. Binoculars. Onboard office, galley, and dining room with open seating. Kayak Launch Platform. Cruise cabins from 201 to 210, all of which are Navigator Staterooms.
Deck 3 - Lockers, Hot Tubs and cruise cabins from 301 to 325, of which 10 are Pathfinder Staterooms and 16 are Trailblazer Staterooms.
Deck 4 - Bridge, Covered Area, Fitness Equipment, Sun Deck with tables and chairs, Paddle Boards, Necky Kayaks, Inflatable Skiffs. Cruise cabins from 400 to 403, all of which are Explorer Staterooms.
Cabin Features: TV/DVD player; hairdryer, alarm clock, conditioning shampoo, body wash; binoculars; reusable water bottles and terry bathrobes.
Queen or twin beds, 201, 203-208, 210, view window, private bath with shower. Your cabin includes a hairdryer, towels, eco-friendly shampoo/conditioner, and body wash.
Outside entry, 300-309, fixed queen, double or fixed double bed with twin bed, view window, private bath with shower.
Queen or twin beds, 310-325, view window, private bath and shower. Your cabin comes complete with a hairdryer, towels, eco-friendly shampoo/conditioner, and body wash.
Outside entry, 400-403. Sitting area; queen or twin beds; large picture window; private bath with shower.