The long-distance triathlon recently added Juneau to its global race portfolio, creating an Alaskan first. UnCruise Adventures was selected as the exclusive small boat operator to collaborate with the organizers to offer a taste of adventure in the Alaskan outback.
Juneau to Seattle on Wilderness Legacy
The post-race VIP Adventure Charter is offered on the 86-passenger Wilderness Legacy sailing Juneau to Seattle through Canada and Alaska’s Inside Passage. The itinerary features Misty Fjords National Monument and Glacier Bay National Park, along with whales, other wildlife and wilderness.
Reservations are open with an additional incentive of $250 per person savings for athletes, families and solo travelers. Travel advisors can now pre-register clients for the VIP itinerary.
'As a Juneau resident and adopted Tlingit clan member of the killer whale house we have the opportunity to share the beauty of the capital city and the honored lands of the Tlingit people with more visitors than ever,' UnCruise CEO Capt. Dan Blanchard said. 'After an iconic 140-mile race in some of Juneau’s most beautiful locations, we can’t wait to show guests what it’s like to adventure in Alaska’s outback, a place unlike anywhere else in the world.'
Wilderness Legacy is expected to have a full manifest for the August 2022 sailing with the primary Ironman Alaska registrations already sold out.
Sweepstakes to win a cabin for two
Travelers and athletes can enter for the chance to win a cabin for two. Submissions are accepted through Nov. 30 with the winner to be announced Dec. 1.