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Welcome Aboard! Hello, and welcome to our very first Small Ship Adventure Company product showcase. We are immensely proud to offer truly memorable experiences for the discerning traveller who values luxury, quality, and intimate and up-close encounters. We truly believe that a small ship experience separates itself by offering personal experiences to and within destinations that the large ships simply cannot reach. Tick nine countries off your list on one itinerary or sit back and enjoy the guaranteed unique adventures of exploring untamed shores and pristine beaches. The choice is yours‌and what is more liberating in life than choice! Our expert travel advisors know precisely how to match our inquisitive travellers’ cruising desires and ambitions to a vast array of carefully selected land packages. Whether it be a stopover destination, or a pre or post tour extension, we are waiting to help you make your dream a reality. We look forward to crafting that dream with you soon. With warmest regards and a bon voyage,

Kylee Kay Managing Director

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CONTENTS

American Safari Cruises - InnerSea Discoveries

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Styles of Adventure

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Kids in Nature - Family Program

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Alaskan Adventure Cruises

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Legacy Heritage Cruises

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Baja’s Bounty Cruise

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Hawaiian Cruises

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Safari & Wilderness Vessels

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Alaskan Dream

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Alaskan Dream Cruises

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The Dream Vessels

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Zegrahm Expeditions

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Circumnavigation of Sumatra

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Vietnam & Cambodia

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Best of Indonesia

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Best of the Baltic

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Ultimate Galapagos

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Wild Alaska

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Circumnavigation of The Black Sea

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More to Explore

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Expedition Vessels

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American Safari Cruises + InnerSea Discoveries ~ Un-Cruise ~ Unrushed ~ Uncrowded ~ Unbelievable ~ Un-Cruise Adventures are unmatched, hands-on small boat expeditions. The Un-Cruise concept offers several styles to choose from: Active Adventures; Luxury Adventures; Heritage Adventures; and Charter Adventures - each offering an alternative to traditional cruising. Explore areas inaccessible to larger ships, step ashore in small communities, and get up-close with wildlife. These small yachts and expedition boats serve as a platform in Alaska, the Hawaiian Islands, Mexico’s Sea of Cortés, Columbia & Snake Rivers, and in the coastal waters of Washington & British Columbia. Expert Captains and guides lead you on adventures trekking into forests and engaging in local communities; kayaking and skiff rides through serene wilderness; exploring along shore and searching for wildlife. Un-Cruise Adventures are flexible and vary in order to limit impacts on fragile ecosystems. Filled with unspoiled encounters, they focus on activities and excursions that complement the wilderness, wildlife and culture in each destination.

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Un-Cruise Adventures exceptional qualities: Adventures • Unique and flexible itineraries • Off-the-beaten path explorations • Small-group, up-close discoveries • Unspoiled natural wonders • Insightful cultural encounters Experience • Licensed and certified onboard team • Skilled staff in the field and office • Insider knowledge shared by local experts • Trained onboard leaders and guides • Decades of experience in the industry Onboard • Casual and relaxed atmosphere • Fresh, handcrafted cuisine • Personable, professional service • Unforgettable camaraderie • No waiting in long lines Dedication • Operate a sustainable business • Follow “Leave No Trace” practices • Positive impact in local communities • Support and promote local cultures • Inspire others to protect our planet

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Styles of Adventure ~ Active ~ Luxury ~ With each adventure style, the atmosphere is always casual, the service attentive, and the bridge is open. Once on board, the expectation is relaxation, give into the beauty of the moment and leave the stresses of the world at home. The onboard Expedition and Legacy Leaders will guide you, while the wildlife unleashes around you. Each style offers a distinct focus, personality, and range of activities. And depending on which style you choose and which boat you’re on, the amenities and activities included may vary, but all are exceptional.

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Active Adventures

Luxury Adventures

Delivered from aboard the Wilderness expedition boats Wilderness Adventurer; Wilderness Discoverer; Wilderness Explorer, Active Adventures are for spirited, energetic explorers. The Wilderness boats are fitted out with an extensive assortment of equipment and amped up adventure. Focused on experiencing life on the outside rain or shine activities like kayaking, standup paddle boarding (SUP), treks ashore, and explorations by inflatable skiff top the agenda.

Aboard the Safari yacht-style boats Safari Endeavour; Safari Explorer; Safari Quest, these Luxury Adventures provide curious travellers with an array of included amenities and services that allow you to escape. And depending on where you are, the adventure toys you need like kayaks, stand-up paddle boards (SUPs), sailboats, snorkel gear, hiking poles, and rubber boots are always provided. Connecting with your environment happens naturally. Nature and encounters set the pace.

• Higher, longer outdoor activity and more of it • More outdoor guides in crew complement • Healthy meals, most served buffet-style • Alcohol and massage are extra cost items • Snorkel equipment and wetsuits for rent • Port fees and taxes are separate charges • Economical price point

• Exclusive arrangements and more included excursions • Indulging onboard relaxation • Gourmet cuisine and finer dining • Fine wine, premium spirits, and microbrews are included • All from-the-boat activities and equipment are included • No extra charge for port fees or taxes • Expanded private charter options - 22 to 86 guests • Moderate to high price point

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Something Different ~ Heritage ~ Charter ~

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Heritage Adventures

History comes to life afloat and ashore with Living History programs, aboard a replica Victorian-style steamship the Safari Legacy. Period décor defines an atmosphere as elegant and refined as the era; and modern amenities provide extra pampering. After a day of touring, enjoy an evening cocktail and spin on the dance floor or soak in the on-deck hot tub. • Legacy re-enactments bring history to life • Greater quantity of port calls or shore visits • Visits to museums and historical sites • Educational presentations by onboard Legacy Leaders • Gourmet cuisine and fine dining • Fine wine, premium spirits, and microbrews are included • No extra charge for port fees or taxes • Moderate to high price point

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Charter Adventures

There’s nothing like privacy! With a private charter, it’s all about you. Charters provide an excellent way to bring together family, friends, or a corporate incentive group without the hassle of arranging provisions, crew, or routes. And chances are with maximum capacities of 22, 36, 60, 76, 86, and 88 there is the perfect boat to fit your group size. Let us tailor a Charter Adventure with your special focus in mind complete with activities, crew, and expedition staff. Every boat afloat in the Un-Cruise fleet is available for a private charter. • Special Events or Corporate Gatherings • Celebrations such as Birthdays Anniversaries or Reunions • Groups of Travellers who share common interests

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Kids in Nature ~ Family Discoveries ~ Reconnect and discover… in some of the most diverse playgrounds on earth. The popular “Kids in Nature” program is geared toward entertaining and educating kids of all ages! Getting the family together for an adventure vacation is memorable and fun. Whether your family wants to kayak near a tranquil beach, trek along temperate rain forest, or interact with locals in a remote community, there’s something to spark everyone’s interest.

Alaska’s Inside Passage Discoverers’ Glacier Country Safari Quest June 21; July 12, 2013

Activities are available at a range of skill levels, and in a rare introduction to wilderness lifestyles, kids and the entire family also meet and interact with locals on an Un-Cruise Adventure. Kids 12 years and under save 25% on these select departures:

Hawaiian Islands Hawaiian Seascapes Safari Explorer March 9, 30, 2013; March 15, 29, 2014

Inner Reaches Eastern Coves Wilderness Adventurer June 22; July 6, 20; August 17, 2013

Adventure Bound Hawaii Wilderness Explorer March 1, 22, 2014 Mexico’s Sea of Cortés Baja’s Bounty Safari Endeavour March 9, 23, 2013; March 8, 22, 2014

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Discoverers’ Glacier Country ~ 7 Nights - Roundtrip Juneau, Alaska - From $4,281 ~ ~ Juneau ~ Glacier Bay National Park ~ Icy Strait ~ Chichagof & Baranof Islands ~ Frederick Sound ~ Stephen’s Passage ~ Fords Terror Wilderness ~ Endicott Arm ~ In Southeast Alaska, our Luxury Adventure boats meander through the waters surrounding the Tongass National Forest the largest in the United States home to grizzly and black bears, mountain goats, bald eagles, and wolves. Pass huge icebergs en route to view massive thundering glaciers in Glacier Bay National Park. Enter some of the world’s deepest fjords to hike, kayak, and explore the natural wonders of this stunning landscape. Set your course for the whale-rich waters of Icy Strait, Frederick Sound and Stephen’s Passage, while keeping watch for the tell-tale signs of humpbacks, orca, porpoise, sea otters, and sea lions. Highlights: •Two exclusive days in Glacier Bay National Park with a Park Ranger •Discover scenic coves and fjords by kayak, paddle board, and skiff •Wilderness treks in the Tongass National Forest •Captain’s Choice exploration of remote “not in the guidebook” places •View stunning glaciers and listen for the “white” thunder •Unhurried time for watching whales and wildlife •Daily insights from your onboard Expedition Leader and guides

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Discoverers’ Glacier Country — 7 nights, Roundtrip Juneau

Safari Endeavour Sunday Departures

Master

Commander Captain Admiral

Commodore Master Single

Private Charter

Sept. 1, 8

$4,281

$4,587

$4,892

$5,505

$7,750

$5,505

$430,811

Jun. 2; Aug. 25

$4,892

$5,148

$5,505

$6,220

$8,720

$6,220

$484,689

Jun. 9+, 16, 23, 30+ Jul. 7+, 14, 21+, 28 Aug. 4+, 11, 18+

$5,403

$5,709

$6,117

$6,934

$9,689

$6,934

$538,158

Safari Explorer

Master

Friday Departures

Commander Captain Admiral

Commodore Master Single

Private Charter

Aug. 23, 30

$6,424

$6,934

$7,342

$8,260

$9,791

$7,342

$254,077

Jun. 7, 14, 21, 28 Jul. 5, 12, 19, 26 Aug. 2, 9, 16

$7,138

$7,648

$8,158

$9,179

$11,015

$8,158

$282,648

Safari Quest

Mariner

Commander Captain

Single

Friday Departures

Private Charter

May. 24

$5,067

$6,628

$7,036

$6,423

$131,628

May 31; Aug. 23 Jun. 7, 14, 21#,28 Jul. 5, 12,#,19, 26 Aug. 2, 9, 16

$6,219 $6,934

$7,444 $8,521

$7,954 $8,770

$7,138 $7,954

$147,954 $164,281

# “Kids in Nature” family departure. All rates are per person, double occupancy. Any stateroom (except single) may be sold as a single for 175% of double rate. Triple rates available (Safari Endeavour / Safari Explorer). Charter up to 86 guests (Safari Endeavour), up to 40 guests (Safari Explorer), and up to 22 guests (Safari Quest). LUXURY ADVENTURES include – All onboard meals; premium spirits, wine, beer; exclusive transfers and baggage handling between airport/boat; port fees and taxes; entry fees to national parks/preserves; all from-the-boat adventure activities and equipment; yoga classes; hot tub, sauna*, a complimentary massage* (*Safari Endeavour. Safari Explorer)

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Northern Passages & Glacier Bay ~ 7 Nights - Juneau to Sitka, Alaska (or reverse) - From $2,852 ~ ~ Juneau ~ Glacier Bay National Park ~ Icy Strait ~ Chichagof Island ~ Peril Strait ~ Sergius Narrows ~ Sitka ~ Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve and remote wilderness exploration highlight this adventure. Spend days cruising among massive icebergs, trekking into wildlife-rich forest, and exploring glacial moraines. Paddle a kayak, SUP, or ride a skiff along a dramatic fjord. Learn about Tlingit culture and go eye-to-eye with wildlife - whales, bears, sea otters, moose, eagles, and rare seabirds. Highlights: • Three exclusive days in Glacier Bay • View stunning glaciers throughout Glacier Bay National Park • Park Ranger interpretation and Bartlett Cove Visitor Center • South Marble Island sea lion haulout and spectacular birding • Icy Strait whales and wildlife in Peril Strait • Treks ashore in Glacier Bay National Park and along Chichagof Island’s waterfall coast • Explore via a custom-built paddle-and-peddle watercraft • Captain’s Choice exploration of remote “not in the guidebook” places • Daily insights from your onboard Expedition Leader and guides 2013 A

Northern Passages & Glacier Bay — 7 nights, Juneau to Sitka (*or reverse)

Wilderness Explorer

Trailblazer

Pathfinder

Explorer

Saturday Departures

Trailblazer Private Single Charter

May 18, 25* Aug. 31*

$2,852

$3,056

$4,281

$4,193

$233,668

Jun. 1 Aug. 24

$3,260

$3,465

$4,383

$4,793

$262,036

Jun. 8*, 15, 22*, 29 Jul. 6*, 13, 20*, 27 Aug. 3*, 10, 17*

$4,077

$4,383

$5,607

$5,993

$329,995

*Reverse itinerary (Sitka to Juneau). All rates are per person, double occupancy. Add $179 per person port fees and taxes. Any cabin (except single) is available as a single of 150% of double rate. Charter up to 76 guests.

ACTIVE ADVENTURES include – All onboard meals; transfers and baggage handling between airport/boats; entry fees to national parks/preserves; most from-the-boat adventure activities and equipment; yoga, hot tub, sauna.

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Inner Reaches Eastern Coves ~ 7 Nights - Juneau to Sitka, Alaska - From $1,934 ~ ~ Juneau ~ Tracy Arm Wilderness ~ Frederick Sound ~ Thomas Bay ~ Wrangell Narrows ~ Wrangell ~ Behm Canal ~ Misty Fjords National Monument ~ Ketchikan ~ Glacial landscapes, sheer-cliffs, rainforests, and alpineto-sea creeks paint the backdrop. Kayaking, paddle boarding and skiffing along dramatic fjords and shores. Massive icebergs and wildlife viewing. Trekking and Tlingit cultural discoveries. Uncover Alaska’s inner reaches in the Alexander Archipelago. Highlights: • Explore the mainland - glacial landscapes, old growth and rainforest • Wildlife and whale watching with a half-day in Frederick Sound • Kayaking, paddle boarding and skiffing in remote scenic bays • Enjoy wilderness treks, massive icebergs and calving glaciers • Discover isolated coves and dramatic Misty Fjords National Monument • Visit Wrangell’s Kiksetti Totem Park and Chief Shakes Tribal House • Captain’s Choice exploration of remote “not in the guidebook” places • Daily insights from your onboard Expedition Leader and guides

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Inner Reaches Eastern Coves — 7 nights, Juneau to Ketchikan

Wilderness AdventurerNavigator

Trailblazer

May 11; Sept. 14 $1,934 May 25; Aug. 31 $2,240 Jun. 22#; Jul. 6#. 20# $3,260 Aug. 3, 17#

$2,445 $2,852 $4,077

Pathfinder

Private Charter

Saturday Departures

Wilderness Discoverer

Navigator

Sept. 7 May 18 Jun. 1; Aug. 24 Jun. 15, 29; Jul. 13, 27 Aug. 10

$1,934 $2,240 $2,648 $3,260

Saturday Departures

Wilderness Explorer

$2,648 $3,056 $4,383

$138,056 $160,505 $230,607

Trailblazer Pathfinder Explorer

$2,445 $2,852 $3,260 $4,077

Trailblazer

$2,648 $3,056 $3,464 $4,383

$4,587 $4,791 $4,893 $6,117

Private Charter

$197,750 $226,526 $255,097 $319,179

Sunday Departures

Pathfinder Explorer

Trailblazer Single

Private Charter

Sept. 8

$2,445

$2,648

$3,666

$204,077

$4,077

# “Kids in Nature” family departure. All rates are per person, double occupancy.  Add $179 per person port charges & fees. Select cabins are available for single occupancy at a 150% supplement; all other cabins are available at 175%.    Triple accommodations in select Explorer cabins offer the third person a 25% savings on the double occupancy rate.   Private charter up to 60 guests (Wilderness Adventurer) and 76 guests (Wilderness Discoverer / Wilderness Explorer).

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Inner Reaches Eastern Coves — 7 nights, Juneau to Ketchikan

Safari Endeavour Sunday Departures

Master

Commander Captain Admiral

Commodore Master Suite Single

Private Charter

Sept. 15

$3,770

$3,975

$6,832

$375,709

Safari Explorer

Master

Friday Departures

Commander Captain Admiral

Commodore Single Suite

Private Charter

Sept. 6

$5,709

$6,117

$8,770

$219,383

$4,281

$6,526

$4,791

$7,342

$4,791

$6,526

All rates are per person, double occupancysw. Any stateroom (except Single stateroom) may be sold as a single for 175% of double rate. Private charter up to 40 guests (Safari Explorer) and 86 guests (Safari Endeavour). ADVENTURES include – All onboard meals; transfers and baggage handling between airport/boat; entry fees to national parks/preserves; most from-the-boat adventure activities and equipment; yoga classes, hot tub, sauna. LUXURY ADVENTURES also include – premium spirits, wine, beer; port fees and taxes; a complimentary massage.

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Inner Reaches Western Coves ~ 7 Nights - Ketchikan to Juneau, Alaska - From $1,934 ~ ~ Ketchikan ~ Tongass National Forest ~ El Capitan Passage ~ Klawock Native Village ~ Chatham Strait ~ Frederick Sound ~ The Brothers Islands ~ Stephen’s Passage ~ Endicott Arm ~ Fords Terror Wilderness ~ Juneau ~ Wild and woolly wilderness, mind-blowing natural wonder, humpback whales, and untamed wildlife explode your senses. Discover dramatic waterfall coasts and explore a cave. Kayak along shore looking for sea otters and bears and glide by 10,000-year-old glaciers. Learn the stories of the totem on this Un-Cruise Adventure. Highlights: • Explore “wild and woolly” wilderness (“skookum” to the locals) • Wildlife and whale watching in Frederick Sound and Inner Reaches Western Coves — 7 nights, Ketchikan to Juneau 2013 A Stephen’s Passage Wilderness Adventurer Navigator Trailblazer Pathfinder Private Saturday Departures Charter • Glacier calving at the face of May 4 $1,934 $2,445 $2,648 $138,056 Sept. 7 the glacier in Endicott Arm May 18 $2,240 $2,852 $3,056 $160,505 • El Capitan Cave trek and 1; Aug. 24 Jun. $2,648 $3,260 $3,464 $191,117 Jun. 15, 29; Jul. 27 $3,260 $4,077 $4,383 $230,607 exploration Trailblazer Pathfinder Explorer Private Wilderness Discoverer Navigator • Visit the carving school and Saturday Departures Charter May 11 $1,934 $2,445 $2,648 $4,586 $197,750 totems at Klawock, a native May 25; Aug. 31 $2,240 $2,852 $3,056 $4,791 $226,526 Tlingit village Jun. 8, 22; Jul. 6, 20 $3,260 $4,077 $4,383 $6,117 $319,179 Aug. 3, 17 • Kayaking, paddle boarding, Wilderness Explorer Trailblazer Pathfinder Explorer Trailblazer Private and skiffing in secluded Saturday Departures Single Charter May 11 $2,445 $2,648 $4,077 $3,666 $204,077 coves and passages All rates are per person, double occupancy in US$.  Add $175 per person port fees and taxes. Select cabins are available for single occupancy at a • Captain’s Choice exploration 150% supplement; all other cabins are available at 175%.   Triple accommodations in select Explorer cabins offer the third person a 25% savings on the double occupancy rate.  Private charter up to 60 guests (Wilderness Adventurer) and 76 guests (Wilderness Discoverer / Wilderness Explorer). of remote “not in the guidebook” places 2013 L Inner Reaches Western Coves — 7 nights, Ketchikan to Juneau • Daily insights from your onboard Safari Endeavour Master Commander Captain Admiral Commodore Master Private Sunday Departures Suite Single Charter Expedition Leader and guides May 26

$3,770

$3,975

Safari Explorer

Master

$4,281

$4,791

Commodore Single Suite

$8,770

Friday Departures

Commander Captain Admiral

May 31

$5,709

$6,117

$6,528

$7,342

$6,832

$4,791

$375,709

Private Charter

$6,526 $219,383

All rates are per person, double occupancy. Any stateroom (except Single stateroom) may be sold as a single for 175% of double rate. Private charter up to 40 guests (Safari Explorer) and 86 guests (Safari Endeavour).

ADVENTURES include – All onboard meals; transfers and baggage handling between airport/boat; entry fees to national parks/ preserves; most from-the-boat adventure activities and equipment; yoga classes, hot tub, sauna. LUXURY ADVENTURES also include – premium spirits, wine, beer; port fees and taxes; a complimentary massage.

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Gold Rush Legacy

Legacy of Discovery

~ 11 Nights - Seattle, WA to Juneau, AK (or reverse) ~

~ 7 nights - Roundtrip Portland, Oregon ~

- from $8,220

from $3,327

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~ Portland ~ Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area ~ Richland ~ Hells Canyon ~ Walla Walla ~ Washington Wine Country ~ River Cruising ~ The Dalles ~ Astoria ~

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~ Seattle ~ Salish Sea ~ San Juan Islands ~ Friday Harbor ~ Canada’s Inside Passage ~ Ketchikan ~ Wrangell ~ Petersburg ~ Chatham Strait ~ Frederick Sound ~ Sergius Narrows ~ Sitka ~ Chichagof Island Icy Strait ~ Glacier Bay National Park ~ Haines ~ Skagway ~ Juneau ~ Relive the days of the ‘98 Gold Rush aboard a replica Victorian steamer on this unparalleled Heritage Adventure. Discover ever-so-close shores along the 900 nautical miles of Canada and Alaska’s Inside Passage. Embrace snow-capped mountains, waterfalls, and tree-lined narrow passageways. View stunning glaciers and search for whales, bears, and eagles. Visit the old mining and trading towns of Ketchikan, Wrangell, Petersburg, Sitka, Skagway, Haines, and Juneau, and explore spectacular Glacier Bay National Park. A journey steeped in wildlife, history, and culture. Call 1300 650 481 for departure dates and prices.

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Awaken your senses with Living History programs, discovery of natural wonders, historical landmarks, and amazing human endeavours along the Columbia and Snake Rivers. Travel nearly 1,000 miles through the Columbia River Gorge, quaint riverside towns, the golden coulees of the east, and Washington’s premier viticultural areas. Learn the history of Lewis & Clark, Oregon Trail pioneers, and Native Americans and see how agriculture and engineering have shaped this vast region. Stark natural beauty stands in dramatic contrast to hand-of-man achievements along your voyage. HERITAGE ADVENTURES include – All onboard meals, fine wine, premium spirits and microbrews; exclusive roundtrip transfers and baggage handling between airport/boat; port fees and taxes; entry fees to parks and other historical venues; sauna, hot tub, yoga classes, a complimentary massage.

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Baja’s Bounty ~ 7 nights - Roundtrip La Paz, Baja California Sur - From $3,056 ~ ~ La Paz ~ Isla Espíritu Santo ~ Los Islotes ~ Isla San Francisco ~ Bahia Agua Verde ~ Loreto ~ Island Exploration ~ Explore this World Heritage Site and Biosphere Reserve and visit a culturally rich centuries-old mission town. Snorkel, kayak, and paddle board in crystalline waters. Hike ashore along cactus-clad rims. Experience pods of dolphins, view whales, and enjoy radiant sunset cruising. Highlights: • Exclusive exploration of a UNESCO World Heritage Site & Biosphere Reserve • Unhurried time for watching whales and dolphins • Discover the centuries - old mission town of Loreto • Snorkeling with playful sea lion pups • Hike along cactus-clad rims and among the giant Cardón cactus • Enjoy an evening BBQ ashore with music and storytelling • Spectacular stargazing, evening snorkeling, and chances for water-play • Daily insights from your onboard Expedition Leader and guides

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Baja’s Bounty — 7 nights, Roundtrip La Paz, Baja California Sur

Safari Endeavour

Commander Captain Admiral

Commodore Master Single

Nov. 24; Dec. 1, 8, 15 $3,056 Nov. 17; Dec. 22, 29 $3,770

$3,464 $4,077

$6,015 $6,934

2013

Commander Captain Admiral Commodore Master Single

Private Charter

Jan. 5, 12+, 19 $3,056 Mar. 30+; Apr. 6 Nov. 16, 30; Dec. 7, 14

$3,464

$3,770

$4,281

$6,015

$4,077

$328,158

Jan. 26; Feb.2,9,16+,23 $3,770 Mar. 2, 9#, 16+, 23# Nov. 23; Dec. 21, 28

$4,077

$4,383

$4,995

$6,934

$4,791

$384,485

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Commander Captain Admiral Commodore Master Single

Saturday Departures

Saturday Departures

Saturday Departures

Master

Master

Master

$3,770 $4,383

$4,281 $4,995

Private Charter

$4,077 $328,158 $4,791 $384,485

Private Charter

Jan. 4, 11, 18; Mar.29 $3,056 Apr. 5

$3,464

$3,770

$4,281

$6,015

$4,077 $328,158

$3,770

$4,077

$4,383

$4,995

$6,934

$4,791 $384,485

Jan. 25+ Feb. 1, 8, 15+, 22+ Mar. 1, 8#, 15+, 22#

#“Kids in Nature” family departure, + theme departures. All rates are per person, double occupancy. Any stateroom (except Master) may be sold as a single for 175% of double rate. Triple rates available. Charter up to 86 guests. LUXURY ADVENTURES include – All onboard meals; premium spirits, wine, beer; exclusive transfers and baggage handling between airport/boat; port fees and taxes; entry fees to national parks/preserves; all from-the-boat adventure activities and equipment; sauna, hot tub, yoga classes, a complimentary massage.

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Hawaiian Seascapes ~ 7 Nights - Lana’i to Hawaii, the Big Island (*or reverse) - From $5,097 ~ ~ Lana’i ~ Maui ~ Moloka’i & Halawa Valley ~ Olowalu ~ Kailua-Kona ~ Honomalino Bay ~ Opihihali ~ Hawaii, the Big Island ~

Meet the people of the Hawaiian Islands on an upscale yacht adventure in one of the richest marine mammal environments in all of North America. Our signature yacht cruising is built on flexibility allowing you to immerse yourself in this tropical wonderland. View marine species, talk story, learn the culture, and engage in adventurous activities to experience the islands of Lana’i, Maui, Moloka’i, and the Big Island from a unique perspective. Highlights: • Explore Hawaiian waters in a traditional hand-carved voyaging canoe • Exclusive cultural experiences in Moloka’i’s Halawa Valley • Night snorkel with Giant Pacific Manta rays • Whale and marine life search in the Humpback National Marine Sanctuary • Evening pa’ina (feast) and Hawaiian jam session with locals • Visits to a plumeria farm and an organic macadamia nut farm • Stroll Lana’i’s ghostly Shipwreck Beach to the petroglyphs • Daily insights from your onboard Expedition Leader and guides

2012 L Hawaiian Seascapes — 7 nights, Lana’i to Hawaii (*or reverse) Master Commander Captain Admiral Commodore Single Private Safari Explorer

Saturday Departures

$5,505

$5,913

$6,628

$7,852

$5,913 $203,056

Nov. 17; Dec. 22*, 29 $5,811

$6,219

$6,730

$7,546

$8,770

$6,730 $229,586

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Commander Captain Admiral

$5,505

$5,913

$6,628

Commodore Single

$7,852

$5,913 $203,056

Jan. 19*, 26 $5,811 Feb. 2*, 9, 16*, 23 Mar. 2*, 9#, 16*, 23, 30*# Apr. 6+; Nov. 23 Dec. 21, 28*

$6,219

$6,730

$7,546

$8,770

$6,730 $229,586

2014

Commander Captain Admiral

$5,505

$5,913

$6,628

Commodore Single

$7,852

$5,913 $203,056

$6,219

$6,730

$7,546

$8,770

$6,730 $229,586

Nov. 3, 10*, 24* Dec. 1, 8*, 15

Saturday Departures

Jan. 5*, 12; Apr. 13* Nov. 2*, 9, 16*, 30* Dec. 7, 14*

Saturday Departures

Jan. 4, 11* Apr. 12

$5,097

Master

$5,097

Master

$5,097

Jan. 18, 25* $5,811 Feb. 1, 8*, 15, 22*+ Mar. 1, 8*, 15#, 22*, 29# Apr. 5*

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#“Kids in Nature” family departure. + Photography departure. All rates are per person, double occupancy. Any stateroom (except Single stateroom) may be sold as a single for 175% of double rate. Charter up to 40 guests. LUXURY ADVENTURES include – All onboard meals; premium spirits, wine, beer; exclusive transfers and baggage handling between airport/boat; port fees and taxes; entry fees to national parks/preserves; all from-the-boat adventure activities and equipment; sauna, yoga classes and a complimentary massage.

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AdventureBound Hawaii ~ 7 Nights - Oahu to Hawaii, the Big Island (*or reverse) - From $2,546 ~ Oahu ~ Humpback National Marine Sanctuary ~ Maui ~ Molokini ~ Honomalino Bay ~ Lana’i ~ Opihihali ~ Kailua-Kona ~ Hawaii, the Big Island ~ Gear up and come play on a Hawaiian Islands Un-cruise Adventure. Playful marine life and active adventure fill your week of exploration and discovery in a playground of tropical waters, towering peaks, and submerged craters. In one of the richest marine environments in all of North America, balance your days with snorkeling, kayaking, exploring by skiff, stand-up paddle boarding, and relaxing on deck or in the lounge. Highlights: • Snorkel at Molokini’s undersea volcanic crater • Exploration off-shore and afoot near Oahu’s Ka’ena Point State Park • Hike along Lana’i’s rustic pine-lined Munro Trail • Night snorkel with Giant Pacific Manta rays • Whale and marine life search in the Humpback National Marine Sanctuary • Daily insights from your onboard Expedition Leader and guides 2013 A

Adventure Bound Hawaii - 7 nights, Oahu to Hawaii (*or reverse)

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# “Kids in Nature” family departure. All rates are per person, double occupancy. Add $175 per person port fees and taxes. Select cabins are available for single occupancy at 150% of the double rate; all other cabins are available at 175%. Charter up to 76 guests.

ACTIVE ADVENTURES include – All onboard meals; transfers and baggage handling between airport/boats; entry fees to national parks/preserves; most from-the-boat adventure activities and equipment; sauna and yoga

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Safari Endeavour 86 Guests / 34-35 Crew / 43 Staterooms / Length 232’ Exquisitely appointed, the newly refurbished yacht-style Safari Endeavour features a Wine Bar, relaxing public spaces, and three decks with ample outside viewing opportunities. The EZ Dock launch platform on the aft deck makes launching a kayak or stand-up paddle board and boarding a skiff easy.

Commodore Suite 205-208 Sitting area; king or twin beds; ® Tempur-pedic memory foam mattresses; fridge; view windows; French doors and step-out balcony; private bath with Jacuzzi & shower Admiral Stateroom 201-202; 309 King or twin beds; refrigerator; desk and chair; view window; private bath with shower

Captain Stateroom 105-112; 203-204; 209-210 King or twin beds; view window; desk and chair; private bath & shower

Commander Stateroom 211-213; 303-308; 311-322 Fixed twin beds; desk and chair; view windows; private bath with shower

Master Stateroom 103; 301-302 Fixed twin beds; desk and chair; view window or port hole; private bath with shower

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Onboard Amenities • Fitness equipment, hot tub, sauna, massage room, and yoga • Flat screen TV/DVD in the Salon • Exclusive wine bar • Full-beam swim-step for ease in boarding kayaks and skiffs • Hair dryers, bathrobes, slippers, alarm clock, iPod docking station and TV/DVD players • A DVD and book library • Included bar stocked with premium spirits, fine wines and microbrews

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Safari Explorer 36 Guests / 14-15 Crew / 18 Staterooms / Length 145’ The Safari Explorer, an upscale yacht and our Un-Cruise flagship, is perfectly designed for our “luxury in the pursuit of adventure” style. Features include a cozy Wine Library and three public decks for mingling and enjoying the fresh air. A full-beam swim step makes for easy access in the water. Commodore Suite A1-A2 Separate sitting area; king or twin beds; view window and a sliding glass door opening to a small balcony; private bath with Jacuzzi tub and shower Admiral Stateroom B1; C1-C2 King or twin beds; windowed door or view windows; private bath with Jacuzzi tub and shower

Captain Stateroom B2 King or twin beds; view window and windowed door; private bath with Jacuzzi tub and shower Commander Stateroom B15-B16 King or twin beds; view window and windowed door; private bath with shower

Master Stateroom B3; B7-B14 Queen or twin beds; view window and windowed door; private bath with shower

Single Stateroom B6 Queen bed; view window; windowed door; private bath with shower

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Onboard Amenities • Fitness equipment, sauna, massage room, and hot tub • Flat screen TV/DVD in the Salon • A DVD and book library • Full-beam swim-step for ease in boarding kayaks and skiffs • Tempur-pedic® memory foam mattresses • Hair dryers, bathrobes, slippers, alarm clock, iPod docking station and TV/DVD players • Heated tile floors in all bathrooms • Included bar stocked with premium spirits, fine wines * Hot tub not available in Hawaii and microbrews

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Safari Quest 22 Guests / 9 Crew / 11 Staterooms / Length 120’ Unwind aboard the Safari Quest, with four decks, upscale amenities, and warm public spaces. Escape in the on-deck hot tub, your comfortable stateroom, and the casually elegant salon. Features also include fitness equipment, a hydrophone, and full-beam swim step for easy access in the water. Captain Stateroom A1-A4 King, queen or twin beds; sliding glass door opening to a small balcony; private bath with shower

Commander Stateroom B2 Fixed queen bed; view window; private bath with shower

Mariner Stateroom C1-C4; C6 King, queen or twin beds; elevated port lights (not suitable for viewing); private bath with shower

Single Stateroom B1 Twin bed; view window; private bath with shower (Pullman berth available)

Onboard Amenities • Fitness equipment, hot tub, and yoga • Wide-screen TV/DVD in the Salon • A DVD and book library • Full-beam swim-step for ease in boarding kayaks and skiffs • Tempur-pedic® memory foam mattresses • Hair dryers, bathrobes, slippers, alarm clock, iPod docking station and TV/DVD players • Heated tile floors in all bathrooms • Included bar stocked with premium spirits, fine wines and microbrews

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Safari Legacy 88 Guests / 34-35 Crew / 45 Staterooms / Length 192’ Introducing the Safari Legacy, the ambience aboard this newly renovated boat emulates an early Victorian-style steamer with carved wooden cabinetry and a Grand Salon complete with a dance floor, period décor, and old-world charm. Features include an elevator and exclusive wine and reading library. Owner’s Suite Sitting area; king bed; wet bar, entertainment system; view windows; private bath with tub and shower (sofa bed for triple/quad) Jr. Commodore Suite 301-302 Queen and twin beds; refrigerator; wrap-around view windows; private bath with shower Admiral Stateroom 101-102; 201-202; 309-310 Queen and twin beds; view window; private bath and shower (trundle available for triple) Captain Stateroom 211-214 Queen and twin beds; view window; private bath with shower Commander Stateroom 105-112; 204; 206-210; 303-308; 311-318 Queen and twin beds; view window; private bath with shower

All staterooms are outside and above deck with view windows (no portholes)

Master Stateroom 103-104; 319-320 Fixed double bed; view window; private bath with shower

Onboard Amenities • Elevator access to three public decks • Dance floor in the Salon • Fitness equipment, hot tub, sauna, massage room, and yoga • Flat screen TV/DVD in the Salon • Exclusive wine and reading library • Hair dryers, bathrobes, slippers, alarm clock, iPod docking station and TV/DVD players • A DVD and book library • Included bar stocked with premium spirits, fine wines and microbrews

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Wilderness Adventurer 60 Guests / 25 Crew / 30 Cabins / Length 160’ The ultimate platform for delivering adventure, the Wilderness Adventurer is fully equipped for comfort and action. Three decks provide ample room for relaxing on deck or watching wildlife. A pub-style main lounge and EZ Dock launch platform for launching water activities add to the ease and fun. Pathfinder Cabin 303-306 Outside entry; double bed; view window; private bath with shower

Trailblazer Cabin 301-302; 307-320 Queen or twin beds; view window; private bath with shower

Navigator Cabin 200-208; 210 Queen or twin beds; view window; private bath with shower All cabins are outside and above deck with view windows.

Onboard Amenities • On-deck fitness equipment and hot tub • Flat screen TV/DVD in the main lounge • EZ Dock launch platform for ease in boarding kayaks and skiffs • Hair dryers, iPod docking station and TV/DVD players • A DVD and book library • Spa services with sauna, massage room, and yoga classes

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Wilderness Discoverer 76 Guests / 26 Crew / 38 Cabins / Length 176’ Loaded with amenities, the three accessible decks of the Wilderness Discoverer are fully equipped for comfort and action. The main lounge evokes the feel of a National Park Lodge or neighborhood pub and the EZ Dock launch platform makes for easy access when it comes to launching a kayak or paddle board. Explorer Cabin 400-403 Sitting area; queen or twin beds; large picture window; private bath with shower

Pathfinder Cabin 300-309 Outside entry; queen, double bed or double bed with bench seat; view window; private bath with shower Trailblazer Cabin 310-325 Queen or twin beds; view window; private bath with shower

Navigator Cabin 201; 203-207; 210 Queen or twin beds; view window; private bath with shower

Onboard Amenities • On-deck fitness equipment and hot tub • Flat screen TV/DVD in the main lounge • EZ Dock launch platform for ease in boarding kayaks and skiffs • Hair dryers, iPod docking station and TV/DVD players • A DVD and book library • Spa services with sauna, massage room, and yoga classes

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Wilderness Explorer 76 Guests / 26 Crew / 38 Cabins / Length 186’ With three accessible decks and an interior designed to complement  the outside, the Wilderness Explorer is fully equipped for comfort and action. A Douglas fir bar top and communal dining table, respectively, highlight the lounge and dining room, and the EZ Dock launch platform makes getting in the water a cinch. Explorer Cabin 301, 304, 313, 314 Sitting area; refrigerator; fixed queen bed; large picture window; private bath with shower

Pathfinder Cabin 107-114; 202-206 Queen or twin beds; view window; private bath with shower

Trailblazer Cabin 103-106; 207-215; 302-303; 305-306; 309-312 Queen or twin beds; view window; private bath with shower

Onboard Amenities • On-deck fitness equipment and hot tub* • Flat screen TV/DVD in the main lounge • EZ Dock launch platform for ease in boarding kayaks and skiffs • Hair dryers, iPod docking station and TV/DVD players • A DVD and book library • Spa services with sauna, massage room, and yoga classes * Hot tub not available in Hawaii

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Alaskan Dream Cruises TRUE ALASKA WITH TRUE ALASKANS Glacier Bay and An Island Adventure Alaskan Dream Cruises share their insider’s knowledge on 8, 9, 11 & 13-day cruises spotlighting scenic beauty, amazing wildlife and intriguing native culture. Linger in the midst of a pod of foraging, spouting, breaching whales. Get up close to thundering tidewater glaciers and see stunning wilderness through the eyes of expert naturalists, Expedition Leaders, and Tlingit-Alaska Native interpreters. You’ll cruise to legendary Glacier Bay National Park plus rare out-of-the-way places like Hobart Bay and Kasaan. And with at least one shore excursion included every day the value is unsurpassed. Come experience small-ship Alaska cruising the true Alaskan way. Wildly Original Not your everyday cruise line. Alaskan Dream Cruises are Alaskan through and through, from their casual jeans-and-sweaters atmosphere to the warm frontier hospitality of our Tlingit-Alaska Native birthright. We’re 100% focused on safety, chef inspired cuisine & spirits, friendly Alaskan service, comfortable accommodations, and making sure that we squeeze every drop of wonderment out of Southeast Alaska.

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A Perfect Match Alaskan Dream Cruises cruise from Sitka because it’s their hometown and one of the friendliest, most beautiful and most culturally fascinating communities in Alaska. Sitka, on the outer coast of Baranof Island, enjoys a stunning setting nestled under glacier clad mountains at the western edge of Baranof Island at the threshold of the North Pacific Ocean. The hundreds of small islands that ring the natural harbor coupled with the rich abundance of the productive ocean waters create an ideal place to live. The indigenous Alaskan Native people, the Tlingit, have lived in harmony with the land here for thousands of years. The Russian America Company made Sitka the administrative center of operations of Russian America. Sitka became Alaska’s first capital under US control. Today Sitka remains a distinctively Alaskan town of about 8,500 hardy and friendly folks profoundly influenced by its long and rich history. Fulfilling the Dream Join – Alaskan Dream Cruises. With the local insider’s knowledge of where to go and what to do. Alaska Dream Cruises delivers the Alaska you’ve always dreamed of. Experience the wonderment of the Greatland’s wildlife, glaciers, mountains and wilderness through true Alaskan eyes.

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Alaska’s Glacier Bay & Island Adventure ~ 8 Day - Roundtrip Sitka, Alaska - From $1,934 ~ ~ Sitka ~ Kake ~ Petersburg ~ Tracy Arm ~ Hobart Bay ~ Juneau & Orca Point Lodge ~ Glacier Bay National Park ~ Sitka Explore Sitka’s popular attractions and home to marine mammals. Sitka Sound counts gray, humpback and killer (orca) whales, eagles, brown bears, sea otters, and Steller sea lions amongst its abundant wildlife. Visit Kake a traditional Tlingit Indian village, Petersburg a charming fishing town established by Norwegian fishermen, explore the full length glacier-carved, jadegreen fjord; trace the sheer granite face of cliffs that rise 4,000 feet above the sea, punctuated by a multitude of waterfalls. Enjoy the exclusive Hobart Bay and Alaska Dream Cruises very own wilderness adventure base camp, outfitted with sea kayaks, small outboard-driven Zego runabouts, and all-terrain vehicles that provide personal access to the water and wilderness. Highlights: • Explore Sitka’s popular attractions: Sheldon Jackson Museum, Russian Bishop’s house and St. Michael’s Cathedral • Visit a traditional Tlingit Indian village, see the “World’s Largest Totem”, carving demonstration, a salmon hatchery and a bear viewing platform. • Enjoy a Norwegian Folk Dance show performed by Petersburg’s children • Highlights of the scenic state capital include the massive Mendenhall Glacier and a soaring ride on the Mount Roberts Tram. • Depart Juneau for Colt Island and go ashore for an Alaska salmon and king crab dinner at Orca Point Lodge. • Explore UNESCO World Heritage Site, Glacier Bay National Park with a Native Huna Tlingit interpretive naturalist. 2013

Alaska’s Glacier Bay & Island Adventure - 8 Day - Roundtrip Sitka, Alaska

Admiralty Dream May 17**,25 June 1,8 August 24, 31 June 29 July 6, 20, 27 August 3, 10 Alaskan Dream June 12,22

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Alaska’s Inside Passage Sojourn ~ 9 DayS – Northbound: Ketchikan to Sitka - From $3,826 | 9 DayS - Southbound: Sitka to Ketchikan - From $3,826 ~ Ketchikan & Misty Fjords ~ Kasaan & Thorne Bay ~ Wrangell ~ Petersburg ~ Hobart Bay ~ Tracy Arm & Orca Point Lodge ~ Glacier Bay National Park ~ Juneau ~ Sitka Start your journey in Ketchikan, “America’s Top 100 small arts communities”, visit shops and galleries featuring local artists. Visit the only remaining Haida clan house in Kassan, Alaska. In Wrangell, take a jet boat tour of the Stikine River – the fastest navigable free flowing river left in North America. Visit Petersburg a charming fishing town established by Norwegian fishermen, explore the full length glaciercarved, jade-green fjord; trace the sheer granite face of cliffs that rise 4,000 feet above the sea, punctuated by a multitude of waterfalls. Enjoy the exclusive Hobart Bay and Alaska Dream Cruises very own wilderness adventure base camp, outfitted with sea kayaks, small outboard-driven Zego runabouts, and all-terrain vehicles that provide personal access to the water and wilderness. Highlights of the scenic state capital include the massive Mendenhall Glacier and a soaring ride on the Mount Roberts Tram. Highlights: • In Ketchikan, learn the natural history of the fjords, and feel the mist of glistening waterfalls while gliding quietly beneath glacier-sculpted cliffs. • Wrangell city walking tour. 2013 Alaska’s Inside Passage Sojourn - 9 Day- Northbound: Kitchikan to Sitka (*or reverse) • Enjoy a Norwegian Folk Dance show performed Alaskan Dream Northbound A AA Vista View Owners by Petersburg’s children. May 22 $3,826 $4,030 $5,407 $5,814 • Explore UNESCO World Heritage Site, Glacier Bay June 7 July 9, 25, $4,285 $4,489 $5,611 $5,814 National Park with a Native Huna Tlingit August 12 interpretive naturalist AA Vista View Owners Alaskan Dream Southbound A May 30 $3,826 $4,030 $5,407 $5,814 • Depart Juneau for Colt Island and go ashore for July 17 an Alaska salmon and king crab dinner at Orca August 30 $4,285 $4,489 $5,611 $5,814 Point Lodge. Prices are per person. Additional government fees and taxes apply, of approximately $102 per person. Single supplement rates are available upon request. • Transfer to the airport is included. The

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Admiralty Dream 66 Guests / 33 Cabins / Length 143’ The Admiralty Dream is perfect for adventure in the wilderness waterways. With its shallow draft and stately pace of cruising, nothing will be missed in channels, bays and wilderness islands that the Allen family calls home.

AA Category Owners Category Twin Bedding Queen Bedding A Category AAA Category Twin Bedding Queen Bedding Deluxe & AAA Category Queen Bedding

Onboard Amenities • Complimentary chef inspired gourmet cuisine. • Social Hour with hors d’oeuvres, drinks and daily recap by the Expedition Leader. • Complimentary Alaskan gear includes jacket, pants and boots for use during the cruise. • Fresh NEW linens, towels and mattresses. • Alaska crafted soaps & shampoos offered in stateroom. • High powered and lightweight binoculars provided in every stateroom for use on the cruise.

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Alaskan Dream 42 Guests / 21 Cabins / Length 104’ The Alaskan Dream has an innovative streamlined catamaran design which allows the vessel to easily navigate narrow channels and passages like a yacht, while at the same time providing all the comforts you would expect from a much larger ship.

Owners Category Queen Bedding AAA Category Queen Bedding

AA Category Twin Bedding A Category Twin Bedding Onboard Amenities • Complimentary chef inspired gourmet cuisine. • Social Hour with hors d’oeuvres, drinks and daily recap by the Expedition Leader. • Complimentary Alaskan gear includes jacket, pants and boots for use during the cruise. • Fresh NEW linens, towels and mattresses. • Alaska crafted soaps & shampoos offered in stateroom. • High powered and lightweight binoculars provided in every stateroom for use on the cruise.

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Zegrahm Expeditions ~ Intriguing Destinations ~ Insightful Observations ~ Adventurous Interactions ~ Introducing the Small Ship Adventure Company’s exclusive product offering: Zegrahm Expeditions. For a number of years now the Small Ship Adventure Company has serviced this offering to the traveller who has done it all… well almost! These trips are designed to inspire even the most experienced of traveller. Travelling to remote destinations in truly unique style, or well known destinations as you have never seen them, we at the Small Ship Adventure Company are truly proud to showcase Zegrahm’s diversity and first class quality of product. For two awe-inspiring decades, Zegrahm has taken inquisitive travellers to the ends of the Earth on smallship expeditions and land adventures outside the realm of traditional travel. Here is what makes Zegrahm unique:

Explore Remote, Exotic Locales. All itineraries are custom-designed and far removed from standard routes. Exploring distant islands, atolls, rivers, and fjords to find unusual wildlife; visit remote villages to meet indigenous cultures; and snorkel and scuba dive in untouched undersea kingdoms. Zegrahm Trips are an Excellent Value. Each expedition is a singular event, individually produced from start to finish. Accommodations and transportation are always the best available in each region, and offer a full range of daily activities. The trip price includes deluxe accommodations, excursions, all meals, and gratuities. So please. Just sit back and imagine where you would like to go. Let Zegrahm and the Small Ship Adventure Company take you there. You’ll keep coming back time and time again.

Think Big on experience, small on how to get there. Zegrahm limits the number of travellers on each expedition to allow members personal contact with their leaders and naturalist experts. Chartering the best expedition ships, icebreakers, and yachts-ranging from 40 to 110 passenger capacity. Onboard amenities include all-outside cabins, fine dining, and spacious lounges/lecture rooms. Visit All Seven Continents. Trips operate year-round; each one scheduled for the optimal time to visit during the year. Leaders and Lecturers are World-Class. Zegrahm trips are led by the best and the brightest in their respective fields. Scientists, naturalists, and historians bring an educational component to the adventure through lectures, recaps, and guided excursions. Skilled expedition leaders and cruise directors expertly handle logistics and passenger service.

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Circumnavigation of Sumatra ~ 3 - 20 January 2013 - 18 Days - From $12,225 ~ Visit the World Heritage Site of Malacca, Malaysia, and then search for wildlife in Gunung Leuser National Park, known for its population of orangutans. Meet the friendly locals who proudly share Sumatra’s diverse mélange of cultural traditions, including stone jumping, ikat weaving, and numerous performances of music and dance. Visit the World Heritage Site of Malacca; its varied architecture and Ethnography Museum showcase centuries of history. Aboard Zodiacs explore remote, palm- shaded shores to search for endemic birds and wildlife. Cruise past infamous Krakatoa volcano and discover the hidden delights of Java’s forests in Ujung Kulon National Park.

ITINERARY ~ DAY BY DAY Jan 3 Arrive Singapore / Embark Clipper Odyssey Jan 4 Singapore Jan 5 Malacca, Malaysia Jan 6 At Sea Jan 7 Belawan / Brastagi / Gunung Leuser National Park Jan 8 Belawan / Brastagi / Gunung Leuser National Park Jan 9 At Sea Jan 10 Palau Weh / Banda Aceh Jan 11 At Sea Jan 12 Nias Island Jan 13 Batu Islands Jan 14 Padang / Cupek Jan 15 Bengkulu Jan 16 Krui Jan 17 Ujung Kulon National Park, Java / Krakatoa Island Jan 18 Belitung Jan 19 At Sea Jan 20 Singapore / Disembark Clipper Odyssey Included: All prices shown are per person based on double occupancy. All gratuities; accommodations in our hotels and on board Clipper Odyssey as outlined in the itinerary; all onboard meals; all group meals on land; arrival and departure transfers on group dates; services of the expedition staff, including lectures, briefings, slide/film shows; all group activities and excursions; landing and port fees; US$50,000 of medical expense coverage and US$75,000 in emergency evacuation insurance.

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Vietnam & Cambodia ~ By Sea with Angkor Wat ~

29 January - 14 February 2013 - 17 Days - From $11,204 From elegant Hanoi, cruise southward along the sinuous 1,000-mile-long coast of Vietnam, stopping to discover new wonders daily - including the World Heritage Sites of Hue, My Son, and Hoi An. Enjoy a bicycle ride through emerald rice fields, discover the sublime beauty of Vihn Lan Ha Bay purchase exquisite silks, photograph vibrant markets, sample delicious cuisine, and snorkel over the colorful reefs of Phu Quoc. A highlight of this journey is a two-day exploration of the jungle-enveloped temples of the vanished Khmer and Champa Empires, including a sunrise visit to Angkor Wat. Cruise past the beautiful coastal scenery in the air-conditioned comfort of the 110-passenger Clipper Odyssey, the perfect vessel for our thousand-mile voyage.

ITINERARY ~ DAY BY DAY January 29 January 30 January 31 February 1 February 2 February 3 February 4 February 5 February 6 February 7 February 8 February 9 February 10 February 11 February 12 February 13 February 14

Arrive Hanoi, Vietnam Hanoi/Haiphong/Embark Clipper Odyssey Vinh Lan Ha Bay Vinh Moc Hue Da Nang/My Son/Hoi An Qui Nhon Nha Trang/Van Phong Bay Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon) Ho Chi Minh City/Mekong Delta Con Son At Sea Phu Quoc/Sihanoukville, Cambodia Sihanoukville/Disembark/Phnom Penh /Siem Reap Siem Reap/Angkor Wat & Banteay Srei Siem Reap/Angkor Temples Depart Siem Reap

Included: All prices shown are per person based on double occupancy. All gratuities; accommodations in our hotels and on board Clipper Odyssey as outlined in the itinerary; all onboard meals; all group meals on land; arrival and departure transfers on group dates; services of the expedition staff, including lectures, briefings, slide/film shows; all group activities and excursions; landing and port fees; US$50,000 of medical expense coverage and US$75,000 in emergency evacuation insurance.

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Best of Indonesia 25 February, 2013 - 12 March, 2013 ~ 16 Days Voyage I - from $11,204

10 - 27 March, 2013 ~ 18 Days Voyage II - from $12,225

Begin in magical Bali - legendary for its verdant

This voyage begins with Bunaken National Marine

landscapes, beautiful temples, and vibrant art scene.

Park, a World Heritage Site that is home to nearly 70%

Snorkel or dive in the warm, clear waters of the Flores Sea

of all fish species known to the Indo-Western Pacific

and step ashore on Komodo Island to view the world’s

region. Visit fascinating cultural and historical sites on

largest lizard, the Komodo dragon. In the highlands

Ternate Island, long fought over for its bounty of cloves.

of Toraja, view unique boat-shaped architecture and cliffside graves marked by life-sized effigies.

Visit remote tribal villages along MacCluer Gulf and spend two exhilarating days in the Asmat,

Search for black macaques and colorful birds in

where we are greeted by elaborately decorated

Tangkoko Nature Reserve and investigate the waters

“warriors” paddling intricately carved canoes and

of Bunaken National Marine Park, a World Heritage Site.

are invited to learn about their unique culture.

ITINERARY ~ DAY BY DAY

ITINERARY ~ DAY BY DAY

Feb 25 Feb 26 Feb 27 Feb 28 Mar 1 Mar 2-3 Mar 4 Mar 5 Mar 6 Mar 7-8 Mar 9 Mar 10 Mar 11 Mar 12

Arrive Denpasar, Bali/Sanur, Indonesia Sanur/Ubud/Benoa/Embark Clipper Odyssey Satonda Island/Sumbawa Island Komodo Island Tiger Islands Palopo / Toraja, Sulawesi Island Buton Island Padea Besar Banggai Islands Togean Islands Lahaga Island/Bitung/Tangkoko Nature Reserve Bunaken National Marine Park/Manado Manado/Disembark/Singapore Depart Singapore

Mar 10 Arrive Singapore Mar 11 Singapore/Manado, Indonesia/ Embark Clipper Odyssey Mar 12 Bunaken National Marine Park Mar 13 Ternate Mar 14-16 Raja Ampat Mar 17 Kokas, MacCluer Gulf Mar 18 Mommon Peninsula Mar 19 Aiduma Island Mar 20 At sea / Agats, Papua Mar 21-22 Asmat Villages Mar 23 Sailing the Arafura Sea Mar 24 Thursday Island, Australia Mar 25 Torres Strait /Ashmore Reef Mar 26 Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea/Disembark Mar 27 Depart Port Moresby

These two Indonesia expeditions, whether taken separately, or in conjunction, present an exotic blend of culture and nature, showcasing the very best of this enigmatic archipelago. Included: All prices shown are per person based on double occupancy. All gratuities; accommodations in our hotels and on board Clipper Odyssey as outlined in the itinerary; all onboard meals; all group meals on land; arrival and departure transfers on group dates; services of the expedition staff, including lectures, briefings, slide/film shows; all group activities and excursions; landing and port fees; $50,000 of medical expense coverage and $75,000 in emergency evacuation insurance.

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Best of the Baltic ~ 3 - 15 July, 2013 • 13 Days - From $11,204 ~

This voyage begins with an exploration of Stockholm, Sweden’s vibrant cultural center and capital. Continue to St. Petersburg to visit the stunning Hermitage Museum and the magnificent palace and gardens of Peterhof. Other highlights include the splendid port of Visby, a World Heritage Site; famed Solidarity sites in Gdansk; the medieval and Art Nouveau architecture of Riga; Tallinn, Estonia, one of the best preserved cities in the Baltic; and Scandinavia’s largest medieval fortress on Bornholm Island. Copenhagen is a fitting final port of call, graced with splendid architecture, numerous gardens, magnificent fountains and sculptures.

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Included: All prices shown are per person based on double occupancy. Accommodations in our hotels and on board the ship as outlined in the itinerary; all onboard meals; all group meals on land; group transfers; services of the expedition staff, including lectures, briefings, slide/film shows; all group activities and excursions; landing and port fees; US$50,000 of emergency sickness/accident medical expenses and US$75,000 in evacuation insurance; all gratuities.

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Ultimate Galapagos ~ 4 - 16 July, 2013 • 13 Days — From $8,041 ~ Over the centuries, the wildlife of the Galápagos Islands evolved into life forms found nowhere else in the world. In the absence of humans and large predators, the wildlife here has grown astonishingly fearless, allowing visitors an unparalleled opportunity to observe and photograph a variety of unique species. Nature walks and Zodiac cruises reveal fascinating geology, and snorkel excursions give you the opportunity to swim with colorful fish and playful Galápagos sea lions, as sea turtles, rays, marine iguana, flightless cormorants, and, with luck, Galápagos penguins. Marine biologist and Zegrahm co-founder Jack Grove has drawn on his seven years of experience living in the Galápagos to create a voyage presenting the curious traveller with a comprehensive overview of both the terrestrial and marine life of this unique archipelago. The elegant Isabela II, carrying only 40 passengers, is the perfect vessel for in-depth exploration of the world’s first natural World Heritage Site.

ITINERARY ~ DAY BY DAY July 4 Arrive Guayaquíl, Ecuador July 5 Guayaquíl/Baltra, Galápagos Islands/ Santa Cruz/Embark Isabela II July 6 Floreana Island July 7 Española (Hood) Island July 8 San Cristóbal Island July 9 San Cristóbal Island July 10 Genovesa (Tower) Island July 11 San Cristóbal Island July 12 Fernandina Island/Isabela Island July 13 Isabela Island July 14 Rábida & Santa Cruz Islands July 15 Baltra Island/Disembark/Guayaquíl July 16 Depart Guayaquíl Included: All prices shown are per person based on double occupancy. All gratuities; accommodations in our hotels and on board the Isabela II as outlined in the itinerary; all onboard meals; all group meals on land; transfers on arrival and departure dates; services of the expedition staff, including lectures, briefings, slide/film shows; all group activities and excursions; snorkeling equipment; landing and port fees; $100 Galápagos National Park fee; US$50,000 of medical expense coverage and US$75,000 in emergency evacuation insurance.

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Wild Alaska ~ 11 - 25 July, 2013 • 15 Days - From $12,225 ~ Take full advantage of the long hours of mid-summer to trace pristine shores, cross the Arctic Circle, and step ashore on both Russian and American lands. Visit remote Bering Sea and Pribilof Island communities, including a Chukchi village. This itinerary is rich with the marine and wildlife habitats of the North Pacific rivers, fjords, spectacular bays and remote coves, dense forests, and towering coastal mountains. Numerous Zodiac excursions negotiate sea cliffs and sculpted basalt formations for up-close sightings of nesting seabirds, red-legged kittiwakes, parakeet auklets, fulmars, puffins, and more. Also enjoy excellent opportunities to view and photograph the region’s iconic wildlife including brown bears, fur seals, walrus, and Arctic foxes.

ITINERARY ~ DAY BY DAY July 11 Arrive Anchorage July 12 Anchorage/Seward/Embark Caledonian Sky July 13 Kodiak, Kodiak Island July 14 Geographic Harbor, Katmai National Park July 15 Aghiyuk Island/Semidi Islands July 16 Unga Island July 17 Otter Cove, Unimak Island July 18 Baby Islands/Dutch Harbor, Unalaska Island July 19 St. George Island, Pribilof Islands July 20 St. Paul Island July 21 St. Matthew & Hall Islands July 22 Cross the International Date Line July 23 Provideniya, Russia July 23 Gambell, St. Lawrence Island, Alaska July 24 Little Diomede/Arctic Circle July 25 Nome/Disembark Caledonian Sky Included: All prices shown are per person based on double occupancy. All gratuities; accommodations in our hotels and on board the Caledonian Sky as outlined in the itinerary; all onboard meals; all group meals on land; arrival and departure transfers on group dates; services of the expedition staff, including lectures, briefings, slide/film shows; all group activities and excursions; landing and port fees; $50,000 of medical expense coverage and $75,000 in emergency evacuation insurance.*

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Circumnavigation of The Black Sea 5 - 18 September, 2013 • 14 Days - From $11,714 Turkey, Georgia, Russia, Ukraine, Romania & Bulgaria Discover all six countries rimming the Black Sea: Turkey, Georgia, Russia, Ukraine, Romania, and Bulgaria. Beautiful landscapes - rugged mountains to pastoral farmlands. Set the stage for stunning architecture and archaeological sites that span centuries, connecting contemporary cultures with those of vanished civilizations. Visit Istanbul’s top attractions including Topkapi Palace, the 17th-century Blue Mosque, and the exquisite Aya Sofya; plus, enjoy an overnight at the luxurious Pera Palace Hotel. This in-depth program explores the ruins of Greco-Roman sites, Byzantine basilicas and monasteries adorned in gold mosaics, exquisitely tiled Ottoman mosques, and charming redroofed villages. Also explore varied natural settings on foot or by local boats, including Romania’s Danube Delta & the wetlands around Histria. Turkey’s Cappadocia Pre-Voyage Extension 30 August - 5 September, 2013 • 7 Days - From $3,551 Turkey’s Cappadocia region is a land of striking volcanic terrain marked by thousands of pyramid-shaped rock spires. This extension highlights this region’s cultural treasures, beautiful vistas, and fascinating history.

ITINERARY ~ DAY BY DAY September 5 Istanbul, Turkey September 6 Istanbul / Embark Island Sky September 7 Bartin / Amasra September 8 Samsun / Amasya September 9 Trabzon / Sumela Monastery September 10 Poti, Georgia / Kutaisi September 11 Sochi, Russia September 12 Yalta, Crimea, Ukraine September 13 Sevastopol September 14 Odessa September 15 Danube River Delta, Romania September 16 Histria / Constanta September 17 Varna, Bulgaria September 18 Istanbul, Turkey / Disembark Included: All prices shown are per person based on double occupancy. All gratuities; accommodations in our hotels and on board Island Sky as outlined in the itinerary; all onboard meals; all group meals on land; arrival and departure transfers on group dates; services of the expedition staff, including lectures, briefings, slide/film shows; all group activities and excursions; landing and port fees; US$50,000 of medical expenses and US$75,000 in emergency evacuation insurance. Pre-voyage extension includes all of the above and flights within Turkey. The

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More to Explore ~ Further 2013 Zegrahm Adventures ~ Antarctica, South Georgia & the Falkland Islands January 3 – 20, 2013 • 20 Days - From $16,306 - Clipper Adventurer Dazzling landscapes teeming with wildlife make these southernmost lands the world’s preeminent adventure destination. Discover the starkly beautiful Falkland Islands, walk the wild shores of South Georgia and Shackleton’s Elephant Island, and explore the Antarctic Peninsula during five days of expeditionary Zodiac cruising and landings. Brunei to Bali February 13 – 27, 2013 • 15 Days - From $12,225 - Clipper Odyssey This extraordinary journey begins on the island of Borneo where we visit the elegant palaces and mosques of Brunei, observe gentle orangutans in Sabah, and enjoy the traditional hospitality of the Dayak people in Kalimantan. Cruise to Sulawesi for a visit to Toraja to view elaborately-carved architecture and effigy-guarded cliffside graves. See the legendary Komodo dragon up-close on Komodo Island. Faces of Melanesia March 25 –April 8, 2013 • 15 Days - From $11,714 - Clipper Odyssey This award-winning journey reveals the extraordinary diversity of Melanesia and its people. Idyllic islands and isolated villages offer unique time-honored traditions and ceremonies including hypnotic drumming, melodic bamboo panpipes, elaboratelycostumed dancers, and welcomes as warm as the South Pacific sun. Rain Forests & Reefs March 8 – 22, 2013 • 15 Days - From $12,225 - Island Sky At the crossroads of two continents, Central America is a land of rich biodiversity with an array of colorful, exotic wildlife and a long and significant human history. This expedition reveals the wonders of five Central American countries: Belize, Honduras, Colombia, Panama, and Costa Rica; two oceans; and, during a stunning daylight transit, the Panama Canal. Papua New Guinea, Yap & Palau April 18 – May 2, 2013 • 14 Days - From $11,204 - Clipper Odyssey This far frontier of the western South Pacific—including the outer islands of Papua New Guinea, Yap, and Palau—hosts the most traditional cultures and exotic tropical landscapes in Oceania. This voyage captivates with diverse landscapes, from soaring volcanic peaks to submerged craters teeming with kaleidoscopic fish, and offers unique encounters with native Melanesian and Micronesian peoples and their exuberant ritualistic hospitality. Treasures of Japan with South Korea May 6 – 18, 2013 • 13 Days - From $11,204 - Clipper Odyssey Discover the cultural highlights, natural attractions, and dramatic coastlines of Honshu, Shikoku, and Kyushu Islands as we sail the Inland Sea. From imposing castles and timeless villages to a moving exploration of Hiroshima, and from elegant court dancers and sacred Shinto shrines to exquisite formal gardens, this voyage presents an intricate tapestry of Japanese riches.

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Best of the Russian Far East July 24 – August 13, 2013 • 21 Days - From $15,286 - Caledonia Sky This thrilling voyage reveals some of the most remote islands and scenic anchorages known to expedition travel. During explorations ashore, look for the region’s wildlife, discover ruins from WWII occupation, and meet nomadic people. The Kimberley September 12 - 26, 2013 • 15 Days - From $11,204 - Caledonia Sky This Western Australia expedition takes you to Kimberley, one of the most remote and captivating regions on earth—a land of towering cliffs, plunging waterfalls, ancient cultures, and exotic wildlife. The 100-passenger Caledonian Sky easily navigates the mighty rivers and tiny inlets of the region throughout your Kimberley adventure travels. West Coast of South America: Ecuador, Peru & Chile October 8 – 28, 2013 • 21 Days - From $12,225 Clipper Adventurer This grand adventure along the rugged western coast of South America reveals myriad cultural and natural splendors, with four UNESCO World Heritage Sites on tap. Begin in Quito, Ecuador’s charming capital city, where beautiful colonial architecture is rivaled only by the surrounding peaks of the snow-capped Andes. Tasmania, New Zealand & Sub-Antarctic Islands November 25 – December 14, 2013 • 20 Days From price please enquire Caledonia Sky This Tasmania and New Zealand expedition presents a bounty of natural history experiences, combining striking landscapes with some of the world’s rarest plant and animal species. Begin your Tasmania tour by stepping ashore on some of the world’s most beautiful beaches, and hiking through eucalyptus forests in search of unique birds and marsupials. A special highlight of your New Zealand adventure travel is our time in the sub-Antarctic islands. Tracing the West Coast of Africa November 28 – December 15, 2013 • 18 Days - From price please enquire Island Sky Sail in the wake of explorers and traders on this West Africa adventure travel tour. Visit historic ports of call rich in local culture and colonial architecture, as well as pristine natural areas where we search for the abundant animal and bird life that call this region home. Zegrahms ‘Overland Adventures’ Zegrahms land-based expeditions celebrate the world’s most intriguing eco travel destinations. From India to Namibia, Zegrahm rely on several modes of travel, from 4x4 vehicles to local motorcoaches/mini-vans and boats. These land-based adventures typically include iconic regional accommodations and world-class urban hotels. Explore the massive sand dunes of Namibia by quad-bike, or navigate the Okavango Delta by mekoro (dug-out canoe), guided by polers from the BaYei tribe. Ride on elephant bank in India’s Bandhavgarh National Park, as you search for leopards and tigers. When travelling with Zegrahm, you’ll enjoy authentic interactions with indigenous creatures and cultures.

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Clipper Odyssey

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~ 114 Guests / Length 297 ft ~

One of the finest adventure ships afloat, the Clipper Odyssey is a 110-passenger luxury expedition vessel, ideally suited for cruising in off-the-beaten-path locales. On all Clipper Odyssey expeditions, guests have access to a fleet of Zodiacs, lending to remote landings anywhere nature or curiosity dictates.

Built in 1992 and recently refurbished, the Island Sky is a spacious, yet intimate, expedition vessel. Public spaces available include a large lounge, elegant bar with piano, library stocked with fiction and reference books along with a selection of games, and a single sitting dining room.

All Clipper Odyssey cabins have ocean view, safe, minibar, individually controlled heat/air conditioner, in-room music, and sitting area with sofa. Bedding configuration can be twin or queen-size. All cabins have ensuite complete with shower and small bathtub. A Global Positioning System broadcast – a highlight of a Clipper Odyssey voyage for adventure-minded guests is also provided in all cabins.

Outside decks feature a bar, spa pool, and a rear sun deck where meals are served in clement weather. For excursions ashore, the Island Sky carries a fleet of Zodiacs, and bridge visits allow for the chance to see her expert officers and crew at work. The elegant Dining Room is open seating and offers an international menu.

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Isabela II

Caledonian Sky

~ 40 Guests / Length 166 ft ~

~ 100 Guests / Length 297 ft ~

Reserved for our Galรกpagos expeditions, Isabela II is a 40-passenger yacht with 20 outside cabins and a casually elegant ambience. Aboard an Isabela II expedition, expect gracious staff, spacious passenger cabins with private bathrooms, air-conditioning, a bar, a dining room, and a sun deck. The deck itself offers generous outdoor seating, a gym and Jacuzzi, a solarium, and, perhaps most importantly, an observation area for whale and dolphin watching one of the highlights of an Isabela II voyage. Sea kayaks and three Zodiacs are available on each Isabela II cruise, and as an alternative to snorkeling, her glassbottom feature offers a superb look at the marine life from above the waterline. To further immerse yourself in the destination, visit the onboard library, carrying the largest selection of books on Galรกpagos and Ecuador of any ship sailing these waters.

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The all-suite 100-passenger Caledonian Sky is a spacious, yet intimate, expedition vessel. Refurbished in 2012, her beautifully designed public spaces include a single seating dining room, a large lounge with piano, elegant bar, enclosed panoramic viewing deck, library, and gym. Outside decks feature a rear sun deck where meals are served in pleasant weather and the promenade deck is available to all travelers for scenic photography as well as wildlife and seabird viewing. All cabins have an ocean view and feature a sitting room, en-suite bathroom, flat screen television, spacious wardrobes, and dressing table. Wireless internet access is available throughout the ship. For excursions ashore, the Caledonian Sky carries a fleet of Zodiacs.

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Dear Valued Client, We are truly excited here at The Small Ship Adventure Co. in showcasing to you our worldwide small ship adventures. To enhance your experiences our sister company Momento Travel Services highly specialises in North America, Canada and Alaska for independent and discerning travellers. We will proudly and seamlessly create your memories with personal customised itineraries to suit your ability and taste - whether you are a rank beginner or seasoned expert, seeking paced adventure or leisurely sights. You may be allured by the majestical glaciers of Alaska or the tranquil clear blue waters of Hawaii and the abundant terrain the islands have to offer. Add the awe inspiring Rocky Mountaineer or travel across Canada with VIA Rail. Visit the northern lights or a choice of our bear lodges all offering up close and personal connections with some of the most unique and uncommon wildlife this planet has to offer. Take a train from Canada right down to Los Angeles. Or ride a stylish loud Harley around the Hawaiian Islands. We will delight you. And best of all, it can all be done on a single itinerary, through your one qualified travel expert. We strive to ensure your experience with us is the beginning of a memory of a lifetime.

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TERMS & CONDITIONS 1. Validity This brochure is valid from 15 September 2012 to 31 December 2013. 2. How To Book We recommend booking well in advance by sending a non-refundable deposit of 25% of the cruise price with a minimum deposit of AUD250 per person. Some tours and ground arrangements may require a higher deposit of up to 50% to meet local tour operator’s booking conditions. These details will be provided on confirmation of your booking. The deposit is required within 7 days of confirmation to hold your booking. The booking confirmation will include the exact deposit amount required and the due date of final payment. Please read these terms and conditions carefully and raise any questions you may have prior to making your booking. Receipt of deposit to SSAC will be taken as an understanding that the customer has checked their confirmed travel arrangements and has read and agrees to abide by the terms and conditions set forth in this brochure. Any verbal quote given is an estimate only of the price. Such price is subject to confirmation of the reservation, after which you will have 7 days to pay your non-refundable deposit. 3. Brochure Prices Prices in this brochure are in Australian Dollars. 4. Price Guarantee On Full Payment Prices in this brochure are based on costs and exchange rates as at 15 September 2012. Should these costs change it may be necessary to surcharge the price of your holiday. This will be advised to you at the time you book. However no surcharge in respect to cost or currency fluctuations will be made once full payment has been received by SSAC unless any changes are made to your booking in accordance with these terms and conditions. This price guarantee does not apply to: (i) fares, charges or levies imposed by airlines up until ticketing; or (ii) any taxes, charges or levies imposed by any government or theiragencies. 5. Credit Cards Credit card service fees will be applied to the dollar amount paid as follows: MasterCard and Visa – 2%, American Express – 3%. This fee is nonrefundable. 6. Cancellations And Refunds – Land Arrangements If you decide to cancel your holiday, or you are unable to travel, SSAC will refund the amount you have paid less: (i) our reasonable costs and (ii) any cancellation fees imposed by other suppliers. It is likely that other suppliers’ cancellation fees (which we will pass on to you) will be greater when cancellation takes place closer to the departure date. If you notify us of cancellation more than 60 days before departure, then the cancellation charges are likely to only be the loss of your deposit. If you notify us of cancellation less than 60 days before departure, the cancellation charges may be up to 100% of the total booking cost. Regrettably cancellation charges cannot be waived. No refunds are available for unused services after departure from original city. 7. Cancellations And Refunds – Air Arrangements Cancellation fees will apply as required by airlines’ regulations and will vary dependent upon the type of airfare utilised. Airfare prices and conditions are subject to change or withdrawal without notification until ticketed. Full payment is required before tickets can be issued. SSAC cannot be held liable for any increases in prices or changes in any airline regulations. Foreign currency airfares and airport taxes may fluctuate and are subject to the rate of exchange on date of ticket issue. Increases in airport taxes are not the responsibility of SSAC and can be imposed up to departure. To the extent we are able to do so we will advise you of any increases of which we are aware at the time of confirmation of your booking. 8. Consumer Claims If you wish to lodge a complaint please do so in writing within 30 days of completing your SSAC arrangements. Certain State and Commonwealth legislation, including the Trade Practices Act 1974 (Cth) (as amended from time to time), imply warranties or conditions or impose obligations which cannot be excluded, restricted or modified except to a limited extent. These Terms and Conditions do not purport to exclude any statutory rights available to you and must in all cases be read subject to those statutory provisions. 9. Not Included In The Brochure Pricing Visas, insurance, gratuties, excess baggage charges (over applicable airline allowances), extra meals, laundry, drinks, souvenirs, and items of a personal nature are not included in the brochure pricing. Any pre-paid airfare taxes and surcharges are clearly identified in your booking confirmation if not included in the brochure pricing. 10. Variations Considerable care has been taken to compile the information in this brochure but circumstances not within SSAC’s control may necessitate changes in itineraries, accommodation and costs in which case you will be informed as soon as possible. SSAC cannot be held responsible for any changes which may occur and reserves the right to increase the price of any travel arrangement up

to the date of payment in full (or the date of ticketing in the case of airfares). This includes adjustment for fuel surcharges, airfare increases as well as international exchange rate fluctuations. To the extent we are able to do so, we will notify you of any applicable change in price prior to you making payment in full. SSAC may update these terms and conditions at anytime. Any changes to these terms and conditions made after booking will be advised to you. The current version of terms and conditions will always be found on the website www. smallshipadventure.com. If as a result of any of these variations either: (i) there is a material increase in the cost of your holiday during the period between confirmation of your booking and the date on which you pay for your holiday in full; or, (ii) you will suffer a material detriment, then you may cancel your holiday, in which case SSAC will refund the amount you have paid less any cancellation fees imposed by other suppliers. 11. Insurance It is a condition of booking one of SSAC’s products that travellers are adequately insured for the full duration of their travel arrangements in respect of illness, injury, death, loss of baggage and personal item cancellation and curtailment. Your travel agent will be able to offer a suitable holiday insurance policy, or you may purchase a suitable policy through SSAC. 13. International Travel You are responsible for all immigration, passport, visa, health, quarantine and customs laws, regulations, orders, demands or other requirements of countries visited or transited. Official travel advice issued by the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade is available by calling (in Australia) 1300 555 135 or visiting their website www.dfat.gov.au. We recommend that you review this information both prior to making your booking and prior to departure. 14. Unlicensed Entity Disclaimer If you request SSAC to arrange for the provision of products or services by a person or company which is not licensed in accordance with any applicable law, SSAC accepts no liability (whether in contract for negligence or otherwise) for any loss or damage suffered by you as a result. 15. Responsibility SSAC accepts bookings subject to the following conditions. (i) A booking is accepted only after SSAC receives the required deposit and issues the client or their travel agent confirmation invoices. The balance must be paid no later than 70 days before departure otherwise SSAC will treat the booking as cancelled regardless of whether a deposit is being held. (ii) SSAC only acts as a coordinator of tours and an agent for the owners, contractors and suppliers of transportation, accommodation and/or other related travel services provided and assumes no responsibility for the loss or damage to baggage, property or for injury, illness, death or for any damages or claims howsoever caused arising directly or indirectly from accidents, loss or damage to person or property, delays, transport failures, strikes, wars and uprisings or acts of God etc over which we have no control. All coupon receipts and tickets are issued subject to the terms and conditions specified by third party suppliers and all services are subject to the laws of the country where the services are provided. (iii) All matters directly relating to the services provided by Alaska Bound are governed by the laws of New South Wales. Photo Credits: Ab: Alaska Travel Industry Association, American Safari Cruises, Alaskan Dream Cruises, Anchorage CVB, Zeghram Expeditions.

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