UnCruise Adventures will resume its Alaska sailings on Aug. 1, with a Glacier Bay National Park Adventure tour departing from Juneau.
Passengers will be required to complete pretravel health questionnaires and to submit a certificate showing they have tested negative for Covid-19. Travelers and crew members who exhibit elevated temperatures, cold- or flu-like symptoms, or other symptoms of concern during the preboarding screening process will not be allowed to board the ship.
Guests will cruise aboard the 60-passenger Wilderness Adventurer. The seven-night, roundtrip itinerary includes two days in Glacier Bay, along with remote wilderness hikes, kayaking outings, wildlife-watching and other nature-based activities.
"As one of the first companies to restart service, this is a pivotal moment for the travel industry and Alaska," Dan Blanchard, UnCruise Adventures owner and CEO, said in a statement. "These initial departures represent a reframing of what adventure travelers are increasingly looking for: small groups, inclusion and human connection."