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Safari Quest

Aboard the 22-guest Safari Quest, unwind with upscale amenities, attentive service, comfortable staterooms, and warm public spaces for a welcome experience. Guests enjoy the casually elegant salon to recap the day’s activities, relax or watch a movie on the wide screen TV, and are always welcome at the yacht’s fully stocked bar, or to enjoy quiet moments reading in the library.

 

Its four decks provide ample room to get away from it all. An on-deck hot tub and fitness equipment are available on board, and a full-beam swim step allows for easy access to water activities. Onboard adventure equipment includes kayaks and stand-up paddle boards; inflatable skiffs; hiking poles; and hydrophones for listening to below-surface sounds.

 

The four stateroom categories aboard the Safari Quest: Single; Mariner; Commander; Captains are suited for single and double accommodation.

 

Common to all Safari Quest staterooms are: Heated tile floors in bathroom; Private bath with shower; Tempur-Pedic® memory foam mattresses; Flat-screen TV/DVD; and iPod docking station.

 

Specifications

 

  • Safari Quest Small22 guests
  • 11 staterooms
  • 9 crew members
  • 120 feet in length
  • 29 feet wide
  • Cruising speed of 10 knots
  • Built in 1992 by Shear Yachts; renovated in 2006
  • Registered in United States
  • 2:1 Guest-to-crew ratio

 

Cabins

Safari Quest Deck

Safari ExplorerThe Safari Explorer, our flagship, is a 36-guest luxury yacht perfectly designed for “luxury in the pursuit of adventure.” Features include an intimate Wine Library and spa area including a large on-deck hot tub (Alaska), sauna, fitness equipment, yoga classes, and a complimentary massage.

 

Aboard the yacht, three public decks provide plenty of room for mingling, relaxing, and enjoying the fresh air. And a full-beam swim step makes for easy access in the water. Adventure equipment onboard includes kayaks and stand-up paddle boards; inflatable skiffs; hiking poles; fishing poles and tackle; yoga mats; and hydrophones for listening to below-surface sounds.

 

There are six stateroom categories aboard the Safari Explorer: Single; Master; Commander; Captain; Admiral; and Commodore Suite. Depending on the stateroom, singles, doubles or triples can be accommodated.

 

Common to all Safari Explorer staterooms are: Heated tile floors in bathroom; Tempur-Pedic® memory foam mattresses; Flat-screen TV/DVD; iPod docking station; and View windows (no portholes).

 

Specifications

 

  • Safari Explorer Small36 guests (up to 40 w/ triples)
  • 18 staterooms
  • 14-15 crew members
  • 145 feet in length
  • 36 feet wide
  • Cruising speed of 10 knots
  • Built in 1998 by Freeport Shipbuilding; renovated in 2008
  • Registered in United States
  • 2:1 Guest-to-crew ratio

 

Cabins

Safari Endeavor Deck

Wilderness Adventurer

Refurbished in early 2011, the 60-guest Wilderness Adventurer is the ultimate platform to deliver an Un-Cruise Adventure—aboard the ship and in the water. The interior complements the outside and both public and private spaces are loaded with amenities. Enjoy socializing in the main lounge, which evokes the style of a National Park Lodge or neighborhood pub and relaxing on deck or keeping watch for wildlife.

 

Three accessible decks are fully equipped for comfort and action. The sun deck has an on-deck hot tub, sauna and fitness equipment; the observation deck allows for over-the-top viewing from the bow; and the EZ Dock launch platform on the main deck makes getting in the water a cinch. Onboard are kayaks; stand-up paddle boards; inflatable skiffs; hiking poles; yoga mats; hydrophone for listening to below-surface sounds; and a bow-mounted underwater camera pipes the action to the lounge and to your cabin TV.

 

The three cabin categories aboard the Wilderness Adventurer: Navigator; Trailblazer; and Pathfinder accommodate singles and doubles.

 

Common to all Wilderness Adventurer cabins are: Memory foam mattresses; Flat-screen TV/DVD; and iPod docking station. All staterooms come with a view window (no portholes).

 

Specifications

 

  • Wilderness Aventurer Small60 guests
  • 30 cabins 
  • 25 crew members
  • 160 feet in length
  • 39 feet wide
  • Cruising speed of 9.5 knots
  • Built in 1984 by Blount Boats; renovated in 2011
  • Registered in United States
  • 3:1 Guest-to-crew ratio

 

Cabins

Wilderness Adventurer Deck

Wilderness Discoverer

The 76-guest Wilderness Discoverer underwent extensive refurbishment in early 2011 and guest raves are still flowing. Expedition is top-of-mind with this vessel; and adventure and discovery lay at its heart. The interior complements the outside and public and private spaces are loaded with amenities. Enjoy a main lounge that evokes the feel of a National Park Lodge or neighborhood pub and relax on deck or keep watch for wildlife.

 

Three accessible decks are fully equipped for comfort and action. The sun deck has a sauna and fitness equipment; viewing is over-the-top from the bow and under-the-stars from two hot tubs on the observation deck; and the EZ Dock launch platform on the main deck makes getting in the water a cinch. Onboard are kayaks; stand-up paddle boards; inflatable skiffs; hiking poles; yoga mats; hydrophone for listening below-surface; and a bow-mounted underwater camera pipes the action to the lounge and to your cabin TV.

 

The four cabin categories aboard the Wilderness Discoverer are: Navigator; Trailblazer; Pathfinder; and Explorer. Depending on your cabin, singles, doubles or triples can be accommodated.

 

Common to all Wilderness Discoverer cabins are: Memory foam mattresses; Flat-screen TV/DVD; and iPod docking station. All staterooms come with a view window (no portholes).

 

Wilderness Discoverer Small

Specifications

 

  • 76 guests
  • 38 cabins 
  • 26 crew members
  • 176 feet in length
  • 39 feet wide
  • Cruising speed of 10 knots
  • Built in 1992 by Blount Boats; renovated in 2011
  • Registered in United States
  • 3:1 Guest-to-crew ratio

 

Cabins

Wilderness Discoverer Deck

 

S.S. Legacy

Newly refurbished in 2013, the ambiance aboard the 88-guest S.S. Legacy emulates the old-world charm of an early turn-of-the-century coastal steamer. Exquisitely appointed with period decor, the vessel’s carved wooden cabinetry, Grand Salon complete with a full bar and dance floor, Klondike Dining Room with wine bar, Pesky Barnacle Saloon, hot tub, sauna, fitness equipment, yoga classes, and massage suite are features accessible to all guests.

 

The S.S. Legacy’s four decks provide ample outside viewing opportunities and relaxing public spaces for gathering with new found friends. Elevator access is available to three of the public decks.

 

There are six stateroom categories aboard the S.S. Legacy: Master; Commander; Captain; Admiral; and Junior Commodore Suite, and Owner’s Suite. Depending on the category, singles, doubles, triples, or quadruples can be accommodated.

 

Common to all staterooms are: Flat-screen TV/DVD; iPod docking station.

 

Specifications

 

  • S.S. Legacy Small88 guests
  • 45 staterooms
  • 34-35 crew members
  • 192 feet in length
  • 40 feet wide
  • Cruising speed of 11 knots
  • Built in 1983 by Bender Shipbuilding
  • Renovated in 2012
  • Registered in United States
  • 2.5:1 Guest-to-crew ratio

 

Cabins

S.S. Legacy Deck

 

Safari Endeavor

The ambience aboard this newly refurbished 86-guest yacht-style boat is casual elegance with a full menu of upscale amenities. Its new design is exquisitely appointed with features such as an intimate Wine Bar and spa area including two hot tubs, sauna, fitness equipment, yoga classes, and massage suite (complete with a complimentary massage.)

 

The Safari Endeavour’s three decks provide ample outside viewing opportunities and relaxing public spaces for gathering with new found friends. The EZ Dock launch platform makes launching a kayak or stand-up paddle board and boarding a skiff easy. Onboard adventure equipment includes kayaks and stand-up paddle boards; inflatable skiffs; hiking poles; yoga mats; and hydrophones for listening to below surface sounds.

 

There are five stateroom categories aboard the Safari Endeavour: Master; Commander; Captain; Admiral; and Commodore Suite. Depending on the category, singles, doubles or triples can be accommodated.

 

Common to all staterooms are: Flat-screen TV/DVD; iPod docking station.

 

Specifications

 

  • Safari Endeavor Small86 guests
  • 43 staterooms
  • 34-35 crew members
  • 232 feet in length
  • 37 feet wide
  • Cruising speed of 10 knots
  • Built in 1983 by “Jeff Boat” Shipyard
  • Renovated in 2012
  • Registered in United States
  • 2.5:1 Guest-to-crew ratio

 

Cabins

Safari Endeavor Deck

Wilderness ExplorerThe newly renovated 76-guest Wilderness Explorer is equipped for action, adventure, and exploration. As with our other expedition vessels, its interior complements the outside and public and private spaces are loaded with amenities. The vessel offers a main lounge featuring a Douglas fir bar top, dining room, and ample space on deck for taking in the great outdoors.

 

Three accessible decks are fully equipped for comfort and action. Guests enjoy over-the-top views from the bow or from under-the-stars in the hot tub (Alaska); on-deck sauna and fitness equipment; and the EZ Dock launch platform makes getting in the water a cinch, even for a novice. Onboard are kayaks; stand-up paddle boards; inflatable skiffs; hiking poles; yoga mats; and a hydrophone for listening below-surface.

 

The three cabin categories aboard the Wilderness Explorer: Trailblazer; Pathfinder; and Explorer provide single and double accommodation.

 

Common to all Wilderness Explorer cabins are: Flat-screen TV/DVD; and iPod docking station.

 

Specifications

 

  • Wilderness Explorer Small76 guests
  • 38 cabins
  • 26 crew members
  • 186 feet in length
  • 38 feet wide
  • Cruising speed of 11 knots
  • Built in 1976; renovated in 2012
  • Registered in United States
  • 3:1 Guest-to-crew ratio

 

Cabins

Wilderness Explorer Deck

 

Safari Voyager

The 62-guest Safari Voyager spent the 2016 season getting refurbished for it’s new destination: Costa Rica & Panama! The Safari Voyager offers personal comforts, included amenities, exclusivity, and upscale accommodations. Guests will enjoy breathtaking views from four public decks and a window-lined lounge offering an uncompromised 270 degree view with comfortable seating for all 64 guests. Other features of the yacht include an elegant dining room and library.

Generously-sized staterooms feature wide panoramic windows; individually controlled air conditioning; generous storage and closet space; and large private bath with shower.

There are seven stateroom categories aboard the Safari Voyager: Single; Master; Commander; Captain; Admiral; Jr. Commodore Suite and Owner’s Suite.

Common to all staterooms are: iPod docking station and view windows.

 

Specifications

 

  • Safari Voyager Small62 guests
  • 32 cabins
  • 29-31 crew members
  • 2.2:1 Guest-to-crew ratio
  • 174 feet in length
  • 36 feet wide
  • Cruising speed of 9 knots
  • Built in 1982 by Chesapeake Shipbuilding
  • Renovated in 2016
  • Registered in Saint Kitts

 

Deck Plan

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La Pinta is a 48-passenger yacht, featuring spacious cabins, a lounge with floor-to-ceiling windows, and an outside lounge and decks with breathtaking views. The on-deck hot tub is perfect after a day of exploring the islands.

Traveling with family or friends? The Admiral cabins can accommodate a triple occupancy, or there are a few Captain cabins that are adjoining, as shown on the map below.

La Pinta Deck Plan

Cabin Categories for La Pinta: Admiral and Captain

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