11021694852?profile=RESIZE_930xUnCruise Adventures

Speaking of water, cruise lines have instituted a variety of measures to lessen their notorious environmental impact, lead by boutique small-vessel lines such as Amadeus River Cruises, Star Clippers sailing fleet, and Uniworld river cruises but also including initiatives by the cruise giants. Among them, new ships employ state-of-the-art waste management systems which shred trash, compact glass and metal as well as incinerate paper and plastic.

One leader in this area is Washington-State-based UnCruise Adventures (above), whose small ships (with fewer than 100 passengers) travel to Alaska, Central America, and Hawaii, as well as its home region, the Pacific Northwest. As a member of the Passenger Vessel Association’s Green Waters Program, UnCruise adheres to its “leave no trace” motto on all voyages, with every effort made to reduce fuel consumption, conserve energy and drinking water, and decrease the use of harmful chemicals. 

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