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Alaska's Inside Passage Wildlife Explorer

A Private Small-Ship Adventure into Southeast Alaska's Remote Coastal Wilderness

Safari Quest

The Safari Quest is a stylish luxury yacht accommodating 20 guests and two Expedition Leaders in 11 staterooms. Built in 1992 and thoroughly renovated in 2006, the small ship is 120 feet long, has four spacious decks, and is registered in the United States...

Safari Quest

The Safari Quest is a stylish luxury yacht accommodating 20 guests and two Expedition Leaders in 11 staterooms. Built in 1992 and thoroughly renovated in 2006, the small ship is 120 feet long, has four spacious decks, and is registered in the United States. Four stateroom categories provide double and single accommodations. All staterooms have private en suite bathrooms with heated tile floors and shower, Tempur-Pedic® memory foam mattresses, flat screen TV/DVD player, and iPod docking station. Guests will enjoy the casually elegant salon to recap the day's activities or watch a movie on the widescreen TV; the onboard library offers a quiet space for reading or journaling; and the yacht's fully stocked bar is at the ready with your favorite libation. A topside hot tub on the sun deck invites relaxing, and fitness equipment is also available on board. A full-beam swim step allows for easy access to water activities. Onboard adventure equipment includes kayaks and stand-up paddle boards, inflatable skiffs, hiking poles, fishing rods and tackle, and hydrophones for listening to below-surface sounds. A 2:1 guest-to-crew ratio ensures highly personalized attention to passengers' every need and comfort. 

Accommodations
5 cabins with one queen bed
5 cabins with one king or two twin beds

Crew
9 crew members
2 NHA Expedition Leaders

Boat Details
120 feet in length and 29 feet wide
Cruising Speed of 10 knots
Built in 1992 and renovated in 2013
Hot tub on top deck

Room Details
All rooms have heated tile floors in the bathroom a private bath with shower, Tempur-Pedic memory foam mattress, flat-screen TV/DVD and iPod docking station.

Cabin Categories
Category 1 Mariner Staterooms: Cabins C1 (1 queen bed), C2 (1 queen bed), C3 (1 queen or 2 twin beds), C4 (1 king or 2 twin beds), C6 (1 queen)
These rooms are on the cabin deck and include elevated port lights (not suitable for viewing).

Category 2 Commander Stateroom: Cabin B2 (1 queen bed)
This room is on the main deck and has a view window.

Category 3 Captain Staterooms: Cabins  A1 (1 king or 2 twin beds), A2 (1 king or 2 twin beds), A3 (1 queen bed), A4 (1 king or 2 twin beds)
These cabins are on the bridge deck and include a sliding glass door which opens onto a small balcony.

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