Vessel Type: Expedition
Length: 160 feet
Pasenger Capacity: 60 guests
Built: 1984, renovated in 2011
Ready for anything, the unassuming 60-guest Wilderness Adventurer is fully equipped and designed for action, plus comfort. She's intent on delivering adventure aboard as well as in the water—including ample room on deck for relaxing or watching for wildlife.
Like your favorite, hippie-cool aunt, she’s sage, soulful, and game for every adventure—and likely the one leading the charge. The unassuming Wilderness Adventurer has style and all the amenities needed to get the job done. It’s just as comfortable moseying into the lounge for a pint as it is leaping from the fantail for a “polar plunge” or sketching a landscape from the sundeck. Yep. She lives up to her name. The mantra on board could be: work hard, play hard, relax, repeat. The ship’s easy-going, fun-making energy inspires fierce loyalty from her crew and guests alike.
Three accessible decks are fully equipped for comfort and action. The sun deck has an on-deck hot tub and fitness equipment; the observation deck allows for over-the-top viewing from the bow; and the EZ Dock launch platform on the main deck makes getting in the water a cinch.
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. The lounge also has a limited library, filled with wildlife encyclopedias and 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 are happily accommodated with advanced notice.
Onboard Features: EZ Dock kayak launch platform; hydrophone, bow-mounted underwater camera; kayaks, paddleboards, inflatable skiffs, hiking poles, snorkel gear/wetsuits; an on-deck hot tub; fitness equipment and yoga mats; DVD and book library and kayak launch platform for easy loading and unloading.
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