Unrushed and Uncrowded Safari Explorer Offers Small Ship Cruising in Hawaii

More super yacht than cruise ship, Safari Explorer embodies an ambiance of refinement and relaxation, with just 36 guests. Her crew of 16 takes care of passengers’ every need.

She cruises Alaska waters in the summer and the Hawaiian Islands in the winter.
Available exclusively in the UK from the North America specialist, Bon Voyage these 14-night holidays include seven nights on board the Safari Explorer, with just 18 cabins accommodating a mere 36 guests and looked after by a crew of 15.
The atmosphere is casual and relaxed, there are no formal evenings or queuing up to dine.   The emphasis is on close-up discoveries and off the beaten track explorations and taking in the magnificent wildlife that abounds in the waters around the islands. 
The vessel has a hydrophone – allowing guest to hear below the surface sounds of whales and dolphins – and wildlife filming from an underwater camera is shown directly onto each cabin’s TV.

Guests also have complimentary use of kayaks, paddle boats and fishing equipment.
The ship also has its own wine cellar, dining area and bar, along with three decks allowing plenty of space for sun-bathing and wildlife viewing.
Trips are available between November 2014 and April 2015 – when the humpback whales return to the warm waters around the islands to breed – and cost from £4295 per person.
This twin share price includes return Heathrow flights, internal flights, seven nights’ room-only four-star hotels – three nights on Oahu, one night on Molokai (where the cruise begins) and three nights on Big Island – and the seven night cruise in a master stateroom cabin with all meals, premium alcoholic and soft drinks.
Excursions, services of local guides and Polynesian entertainment are also included.