Jane Hudson, Cruiseabout Tauranga; Miriam Overfield, YOU Travel Orewa; Kerry Graham, The Private Travel Company; Caroline Clegg, World Journeys; Jeremy Matthews, World Travellers Motueka. Middle row: Leanne Sharp and Steve Lawson, Travel Managers. Front (from left):  Eboni Lowe, Flight Centre Ponsonby, and Aurelie Schmidt, Cruiseabout Takapuna Jane Hudson, Cruiseabout Tauranga; Miriam Overfield, YOU Travel Orewa; Kerry Graham, The Private Travel Company; Caroline Clegg, World Journeys; Jeremy Matthews, World Travellers Motueka. Middle row: Leanne Sharp and Steve Lawson, Travel Managers. Front (from left): Eboni Lowe, Flight Centre Ponsonby, and Aurelie Schmidt, Cruiseabout Takapuna

Cruising Snake River

UnCruise Adventures is launching an enhanced and expanded range of small ship cruises for 2018.
The itineraries range from Alaska to South America, World Journeys report.
As part of a new itinerary on the Columbia and Snake rivers, the 88-guest SS Legacy has been transformed into an adventure-equipped ship to offer activities such as kayaking, paddle boarding, skiff excursions and whitewater rafting.  

The ship sails in Alaska from April to mid-August, then heads for the rivers from August through November.
Other changes include a fresh lineup of five itineraries in southeast Alaska, where seven ships will sail 10 itineraries on 160 departures ranging from one to two weeks from April to September.  
Also on offer is a week long Explore! Olympic Wilderness and San Juan Islands itinerary in coastal Washington and British Columbia. Other popular cruises are week-long itineraries in Mexico’s Sea of Cortes, and island hopping around the Hawaiian Islands.  
Growing in popularity is a Panama itinerary, the highlights of which are a full transit of the Panama Canal, meeting locals in an Embera village, and a visit to the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Fort San Lorenzo. The itinerary can be combined with the eco-destination of Costa Rica.  

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