Un-Cruise Adventures said its 88-passenger S.S. Legacy, a replica of a coastal steamer, will stay on the Willamette, Snake and Columbia rivers during the summer of 2015.
This summer, the Legacy is doing historical cruises in Alaska.
Between April and November, Legacy’s week-long river cruises sail roundtrip from Portland, Ore., with a focus on history — Lewis and Clark’s expedition, Oregon Trail, Native Americans, early pioneers and entrepreneurs.
In Alaska, Un-Cruise said its six small ships will have more calls in Glacier Bay National Park in 2015. It said by rearranging itineraries, all six vessels will be able to visit the park. Seventy-nine out of its 107 Alaska cruises will access Glacier Bay National Park for two days of in-depth exploration.
In total, the small-ship adventure line will have 15 itineraries in Alaska’s Inside Passage, Mexico’s Sea of Cortes, the Hawaiian Islands, the Columbia and Snake rivers, coastal Washington and British Columbia.
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