Cruise Un-Cruise's Pacific Northwest sailings to focus on adventure By Tom Stieghorst / June 08, 2017 Share 1 -- Un-Cruise Adventures said that the SS Legacy will do one-way, eight-day adventure itineraries on the Columbia and Snake rivers in 2018. Previously, the Pacific Northwest cruises had emphasized the history of the region.Next year, the Legacy will be re-equipped to offer kayaking, paddle boarding, skiff excursions, hikes on remote trails and whitewater rafting down the Deschutes River.Rather than sailing roundtrip from Portland, the eight-day cruises will be one-way from Portland to Lewiston, Idaho, or vice versa, with an air option to Lewiston."In order to make it an UnCruise, we need to slow down, take time to kayak, sightsee by skiff, and go hiking," said CEO Dan Blanchard. "We purposely build flexibility into our itineraries to make each day the best day possible."In 2018, the Legacy will operate on the Snake and Columbia from August through November. It will sail in Alaska from mid-April through July.Un-Cruise said that from October through mid-December 2017, the Legacy will offer seven departures on a "Rivers of Wine" itinerary sailing roundtrip from Portland with a guest wine expert and sommelier on board for a week of winery tours and tastings.