Required negative COVID-19 testing certificate presented pre-embarkation. The UnCruise Adventures ship Wilderness Adventurer departs the Port of Juneau on Saturday, Aug. 1, 2020. A passenger aboard the Wilderness Adventurer received a positive COVID-19 test result on Tuesday, the UnCruise Adventures line said on its website. UnCruise Adventures At a glance If you’re looking for ships with a small footprint and wish to travel with an intimate group of like-minded passengers, UnCruise Adventures could be a perfect match. The passenger who tested positive for coronavirus … Closer to home, U.S.-flagged small ship firm UnCruise Adventures attempted to revive cruising in in Alaska for the first time last month, when an … (Updated 1:19 p.m. EDT) -- None of the UnCruise Adventures' passengers or crew who were quarantined in Alaska after a positive COVID-19 test from a guest scrapped the cruise -- … Dan Blanchard said. UnCruise destinations are wild places: Alaska, the Hawaiian Islands, Mexico's Sea of Cortes, the Galapagos, Latin America (Costa Rica, Panama, Colombia, Belize, and Guatemala), and the U.S. Pacific Northwest (the Columbia & Snake Rivers, the San Juan Islands & Olympic National Park). UnCruise Pre-Cruise & Embarkation Safety. UnCruise sailing ends early with COVID-19 case, Alaska season canceled TAGS: Environmental Health Americas & Caribbean UnCruise Adventures coronavirus Alaska Dan Blanchard quarantine 'With months of preparation, we were still able to pivot quickly in response to this event,' Capt. The Wilderness Adventurer, a small cruise ship operated by Seattle-based UnCruise (photo from UnCruise). Completed pre-travel health questionnaires. The ship was the first of Alaska's COVID-abbreviated tourist season. UnCruise is confident in their ability to support guests and crew while continuing to provide an unforgettable adventure on small American-owned and -operated boats. The curtailed trip by UnCruise Adventures was the first of the season. The … UnCruise Adventures was the first U.S. cruise operator to test the waters during the COVID-19 pandemic and resume business since cruise lines worldwide stopped sailing in March. UnCruise Adventures cut short the first U.S. voyage during the pandemic after a guest tested positive for COVID-19 aboard the Wilderness Adventurer in Alaska. UnCruise Adventures will suspend the rest of its scheduled trips departing from Alaska for the year.