Safari Quest

  • type : motor yacht
  • length : 120 ft.
  • capacity : 22 passengers
  • specials : luxury, deep water cruiser, naturalist onboard, full range of water toys,snorkeling,kayaks,mountain bikes,sailing dinghy,windsurfer,fishing,hot tub, custom charters

Safari Quest is a 120' motoryacht that accommodates 22 guests in 11 cabins.

Outfitted to the rails with kayaks, dinghies, tenders, mountain bikes and windsurfing kit, Safari Quest is for the serious adventurer who wants to explore the Pacific. Safari Quest is commodious as well, and is available in the Pacific Northwest, Mexico, California and Alaska.

Aboard Safari Quest are four staterooms feature king, queen, or twin beds and sliding glass door overlooking a small balcony. There are four staterooms on the lower deck with queen, king, or twins; and two staterooms on the main deck, one with a queen berth and one cabin with two singles berths. All cabins have ensuite facilities

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Destinations

Pacific Northwest

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Sail among the American and Canadian San Juans and Gulf Islands. Explore the beautiful fjords and inlets of British Columbia such as desolation Sound and Princess Louisa Inlet. These are areas with excellent cruising, hiking, fishing, wildlife observation, and breath-taking landscapes. On a lucky day, you may see humpback whales, orcas, seals, and dolphins.


Alaska and the Inside Passage

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Southeast Alaska is justifiably known for its dramatic beauty and abundance of sealife. With it’s 3,000 miles of convoluted coastline, it offers one of the most beautiful sailing areas in the world, with open yet protected waters, conifer-covered islands, and majestic snow-clad glaciers. Bald eagles can be observed perched on trees, near salmon spawning streams, and around their many nesting areas. Sightings of orca, humpback whales, sea lions, seals, sea otters, and porpoise are also common.