The M/Y Safari Quest spends two days during each Alaska’s Inside Passage cruise exploring Glacier Bay National Park, not merely cruising past the astounding scenery, but stopping to go ashore or kayak with the onboard Expedition Leader/Naturalist or Park Ranger.
Unique - 22 berths for private charter or book-by-stateroom
Rare - Upper deck staterooms with sliding glass doors and step-out balconies
Exclusive - Two full days in Alaska’s Glacier Bay National Park & Preserve. Kayaking, hiking, whales, wildlife, waterfalls and glaciers...
Common Areas Aboard Safari Quest
An on-deck hot tub is a perfect complement to cool Alaskan nights. Onboard exercise equipment includes elliptical trainers and exercise bikes. A large-screen TV/DVD is in the salon, and there is a book library for perusal. A new bow camera streams underwater views of dolphins and other sea life to TVs in the lounge and staterooms.
Activities Aboard Safari Quest
Eight two-person sea kayaks are aboard, as well as a high-speed skiff. A full-beam swim step makes boarding a breeze.
Accommodations Aboard Safari Quest
The upscale yacht has 11 staterooms, all with Tempur-pedic memory foam mattresses, iPod docking station and flatscreen TV with DVD player. Hair dryers, bathrobes and heated tile floors are in each private facility. Unique among yachts, the Safari Quest’s four Captain staterooms feature sliding glass doors and French balconies.
CAPTAIN STATEROOMS: A1, A2, A3 and A4
Feature king, queen, or twin beds, a large sliding glass door opening to a small balcony and private bath with shower.
COMMANDER STATEROOM: B2
Features queen bed, view window and private bath with shower.
MARINER STATEROOMS: C1, C2, C3, C4 and C6
Feature king, queen, or twin beds, elevated port lights (not suitable for viewing) and private bath with shower.
SINGLE STATEROOM: B1
Features a single twin bed, view window and private bath with shower. Pullman berth available.