By Kelly Rosenfeld
November 15, 2011
In 2012, AdventureSmith Explorations is offering 25 itineraries, many of which are new for the upcoming year, pairing adventure-seekers with intimate, small ship cruises in Alaska. The company boasts competitive pricing and first-hand knowledge to help agents choose the right excursion for their clients.
“We help clients compare itineraries and small ships that carry from 12 to 86 guests. Then, we handle such details as traveling to the embarkation city, recommendations for packing, hotels, transfers, flights and tours — all at no extra cost to the client,” said Todd Smith, founder and director.
New experiences for 2012 include the Glacier Country Cruise on which guests enjoy access to equipment for kayaking, paddle boarding and hiking excursions, combined with the comfort of the upscale 86-passanger yacht featuring two hot tubs and a sauna, massage and yoga services and an extensive wine menu. The Glacier Bay and Islands excursion and Inside Passage Soujourn are operated by members of the Tlingit Kaagwaantaan Clan and focus more on Alaska’s nature, history and First Nations culture.
AdventureSmith Explorations recommends that clients book at least 10 months in advance in order to take advantage of the best prices and selections.