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Un-Cruise offers agents chance to win a Hawaii cruise

Safari Explorer operates four-island cruises between Hawaii and Molokai (Photo: Un-Cruise Adventures)
Travel agents who book clients in July for an Un-Cruise Adventures’ 'Hawaiian Seascapes' cruise this winter will be entered into a contest to win an inclusive Hawaiian Islands cruise for two. The contest is part of the small ship line’s Aloha July campaign highlighting its week-long Hawaii adventures aboard the 36-passenger Safari Explorer.

For each Hawaii booking made in July, agents earn an entry into a drawing for the free cruise. Double entries are earned for joining the Hawaiian Islands webinar on July 8 at 1 p.m. PST. Bonus entries are earned for any Un-Cruise Adventures hotel packages booked. A random drawing is scheduled for Aug. 3.

If the cruise is taken before the end of 2015, two free domestic air tickets from Alaska Airlines can be used by the winner.

As part of Aloha July, agents can offer clients a $500 per couple adventure savings on the week-long Hawaii cruise. The savings apply to select departure dates from November through April and are available on bookings confirmed from July 1-31. A promotional flyer for Aloha July contains details for agents. Additional sales tools may be found in the travel agent portal.

Hawaii cruises sail one-way between Hawaii and Molokai and explore four islands—Hawaii, Lanai, Maui and Molokai.

Safari Explorer is equipped with an aft swim step and a full complement of water sports equipment. Expert naturalists provide interpretation on guided excursions ashore and at sea.

Cruise rates start at $3,595 per person, double occupancy. Included are premium spirits, fine wines and microbrews; massage, guided tours for small groups, from-yacht activities and equipment, transfers, lei greeting and port charges and taxes.