InnerSea promotes Hawaii and Mexico cruises

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InnerSea Discoveries, operator of Active Adventures and American Safari Cruises, is promoting its warm-weather itineraries with a new “Uncruise” brochure.

The company, which operates six ships in Alaska during the summer, has increased it capacity in the Sea of Cortez and Hawaii, and is promoting these itineraries in its new brochure.

It now operates the 36-guest Safari Explorer in Hawaii and 86-guest Safari Endeavour in Mexico’s Sea of Cortez. The brochure covers itineraries from November 2012 through April 2014.

“Although we are known for adventures in Alaska, we now have many more un-cruise options,” said Tim Jacox, executive vice president of sales and marketing. “This new brochure presents our warm-water cruises in Mexico and Hawaii in one comprehensive piece to share with clients.”

The upscale Safari Explorer has a seven-night cruise between Hawaii, the Big Island and Lanai with two days of activities on Molokai.

In November of 2013, the Wilderness Explorer, which is more moderately priced and offers more active adventure, will sail between Oahu and the Big Island.

The Safari Endeavour has a one-week itinerary sailing round-trip out of La Paz,into the Sea of Cortez and includes water sports activities, whale watching, snorkeling with sea lions and a visit to the historic mission town of Loreto.

As part of its effort to market its warm-water cruises, InnerSea is offering travel credits of $500 per couple on its yacht in the Hawaiian Islands or $300 per couple in Mexico’s Sea of Cortez. The offers are for new bookings and travel between November 2012 and April 2013.

Follow Kate Rice on Twitter @krtravelweekly.

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