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Wilderness Adventurer Review

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20 reviews

Good for adventure

Review for Wilderness Adventurer to Alaska
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Aharbour
2-5 Cruises • Age 50s

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Sail Date: Jul 2016
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Traveled with children

My kids had a great time, this was their first cruise, so they had no other comparisons. I was expecting more for $20,000 (4 of us)- like linen changes, portion sizes of dinner more than 4oz and special occasion celebrations as shown in brochure. It is one of the few cruises that you can lose weight, many choices of activities. The staff was wonderful and we enjoyed getting close to nature.

I think this cruise line is a great idea for parents with teenagers because there is no internet and the kids get unplugged and do some physical activity out in nature. The evening presentations were also very educational. Kids entertained themselves with board games, books and binoculars (looking at whales and other animals).

The staff worked hard to make everyone's trip enjoyable. I would recommend this trip for people, who are willing and able to get off of the boat and are up for adventure.

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Cabin Upper deck

Whole boat needs renovation, could not open window and vent would only partially close- leaving it difficult to regulate temperature. Room smelled of sewage, if bathroom door left open. Very noisy, due to ship's instruments/mechanics, but I wore ear plugs which helped. Luckily, we spent very little time in room.

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