Un-Cruise Adventures has unveiled four new craft beer theme cruises set for fall and spring departures in Washington’s Puget Sound and Salish Sea. The Seattle-based adventure cruise line marries local micro-brew experts with adventure in scenic areas from South Hood Canal to Olympic National Park and the San Juan Islands. The 60-guest Wilderness Adventurer expedition vessel sails round-trip Seattle on a week-long Explore! Olympic Wilderness & San Juan Islands itinerary from September to November and April to May.
Craft beer theme cruises are set for October 4, 2014, April 25 and Oct. 3, 2015 and April 30, 2016. Kendall Jones and Kim Sharpe Jones, authorities on the Seattle craft beer scene and media partners for the Washington Beer Commission, join the Oct. 4, 2014 departure as guest hosts. Robyn Schumacher, an owner and brewer at Stoup Brewing in Seattle, joins the April 25, 2015 cruise. Guest hosts for the remaining two dates will be announced later.
Captain Dan Blanchard, CEO of Un-Cruise Adventures, said: “Whether you are a beer lover or a novice, you’re sure to learn and enjoy the expertise of our guest hosts on board. After a day of kayaking and hiking, relax on the top deck for a hosted beer tasting featuring Washington state micro-brews.”
The craft beer cruise includes all meals, beer tastings, transfers, adventure activities, hot tub, sauna and yoga on deck. Rates begin at $1,895 per person, double occupancy. Charters and group incentives are available.
Sail on over to http://www.un-cruise.com for more.