UnCruise Hawaiian Seascapes

Hawaii has long been a popular dream destination for travelers of all ages. Honeymooners, surfers, families, nature enthusiasts, golfers & sun seekers flock to the airports for long flights from the mainland & then the island hopping begins. Terminal to terminal. Car rental returns & pickups. Shuttles. Packing & unpacking. There is another way.

Recently my husband & I cruised for 7 days with UnCruise Adventures in celebration of our 30th Wedding Anniversary. No hotels or t-shirt shops. No lines or tourist traffic. Just the passing of whales & sea turtles depending on the season. There is a chance for a pretty close encounter with Giant Pacific Manta Rays on a night snorkel adventure that words cannot describe.

UnCruise Hawaiian Seascapes itinerary visits 4 of Hawaii’s 8 islands. Molokai ‘I, Maui, Lanai and Hawaii (fka The Big Island). With a maximum of 36 guests the Safari Explorer is a boutique yacht with 18 guest cabins all with window, private bath & shower. It has an open bridge policy where you can visit with your captain and mates.

Shipboard life by paddle board, kayak, or snorkel the ocean is your playground. Activities include land & sea options daily for all levels of activity. Innovative, tasty dishes, craft cocktails & fresh baked on-board pastries, field- to -table produce and ocean-friendly seafood from local farmers, fishermen & vendors. All meals, excursions & activities are included in your fare.

Kick back on an observation deck, quiet nooks & crannies or hang out in the lounge. Waterplay, waterfalls, lava fields and talking stories with your shipmates and locals it is always up to you. It’s a different way – something to get you out there living the adventure not just viewing it from afar – I have never lived aloha quite like this.

Your Hawaiian seascape awaits. Let’s start planning.

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Leslie Strowbridge

I am an avid traveler and my journeys have taken me around the world. I am always looking to find the hidden gems of a destination and I tend to lead myself off the beaten path. A few of my adventures have taken me swimming in the Dead Sea, standing at the equator, cruising on Ha Long Bay, climbing to the Monastery in Petra and glamping in the Arabian Desert. Where to next?

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