The luxury motor yacht Safari Explorer embodies an ambiance of refinement and relaxation, with just 36 guests. Her crew of 14-15 takes care of passengers' every need. The performance-built Safari Explorer cruises the Hawaiian Islands.
She offers the space and amenities of an expedition vessel but maintains the intimacy and efficiency of a smaller yacht. While the cabins and common areas are decidedly exclusive, it is her service, programs and cuisine that stand out the most. Choose the Safari Explorer if you are seeking a small ship that feels like a yacht. Expect as much activity as you wish, with the luxury you would expect from a much larger ship.
1982 (REMODELED 2016)
The 66-guest M/V Safari Voyager (formerly the Sea Voyager) is a 174-foot vessel offering a comfortable base camp for travelers wishing to experience a Central America small ship cruise. She is a leader in expedition functionality and features the most advanced skiff launching platform among her sister ships Safari Explorer and Safari Endeavour. She is also specifically built to handle the humidity and heat that can challenge lesser-designed vessels.
Safari Endeavour (gh)
1983 (remodeled 2012)
The Safari Endeavour’s three decks provide great viewing opportunities of Baja’s wildlife and Alaska’s glaciers, as well as relaxing public spaces for gathering with new friends. The dining room, wine bar, and DVD and book library each project an atmosphere of casual elegance. Wood fixtures and accents shine, and artwork highlights the warm and cool waters where she sails. On the Main Deck, the salon and bow-viewing area provide more places to gather and take it all in. The Upper Deck features two hot tubs. The Bridge Deck is home to the Sun Lounge, bar, bridge, exercise equipment and Adirondack-style chairs for relaxing.
1982 (remodeled 2019)
La Pinta offers a sophisticated, upscale travel experience for 48 guests in 24 cabins that combines modern design, spacious rooms, and gourmet cuisine with top adventure. The ship offers a wide variety of aquatic activities including snorkeling, kayaking and rides in a glass-bottom boat. She's a distillation of the wish lists generated by captains, expedition leaders, hotel managers and guests over many years. Choose La Pinta because she has some of the largest cabins offered in the Galapagos. She is an ideal yacht for family travel, with interconnecting cabins available, fantastic activities and engaging natural history guides.
1992 (remodeled 2013)
Aboard the 22-guest?M/V Safari Quest, unwind with upscale amenities, attentive service, comfortable staterooms and inviting public spaces for a welcome experience. The casually elegant salon offers a space to recap the day's activities, relax or watch a movie on the widescreen TV, enjoy a book from the library, or order a drink from the yacht's fully stocked bar. The 2:1 guest-to-crew ratio ensures superior, attentive service.
Choose the Safari Quest for a ticket into tiny nooks and special adventures other small vessels can't reach.
Wilderness Adventurer (gh)
1984 (remodeled 2011)
The 60-passenger M/V Wilderness Adventurer offers the ultimate in small ship comfort and adventure while exploring Alaska's Inside Passage. Sailing with a maximum of 60 guests, the Wilderness Adventurer features 30 staterooms and three public decks, providing an intimate and personal experience. The vessel's small size and shallow draft allow her to explore regions of Alaska's Inside Passage unreachable by most other vessels.