Alaskan Dream Cruises announced that it has welcomed Nate Gage as the new Director of Guest Experience.
Gage, born and raised in Bend, Oregon, previously worked as a reservations manager at Eagle Crest Resort in Redmond where he spent almost 11 years. Gage started as an agent eventually managing a team of 10 representatives.
Alaskan Dream Cruises, owned by parent company Allen Marine, which was founded in 1970, owns a fleet of six small ships accommodating 10 to 76 passengers.
The ships include:
- Kruzoff Explorer, 12 passengers
- Chicagof Dream, 76 passengers
- Admirality Dream, 49 passengers
- Baranoff Dream, 49 passengers
- Alaskan Dream, 40 passengers
- Misty Fjord, 10 passengers
The all-inclusive itineraries include visits to remote towns and Native villages, traversing glacial fjords as well as kayaking and hiking.
Among the highlights in 2023, the Misty Fjord will embark on a five-night Alaska Islands, Whales, and Glaciers voyage from Sitka to Juneau in 2023, visiting Peril 6 Chatham Strait, Icy Strait, Glacier Bay, Lynn Canala & Saginaw Channel before reaching Juneau.
Meanwhile, the Kruzoff Explorer is set to embark on a seven-night expedition that includes kayaking, hiking and wildlife viewing, with stops at Kuiu Islands, Sumner Strait, Wrangel & Anana Wildlife Observatory, and Wilderness Bay.
The Chicagof Dream and the Admirality Dream will set sail on the North to Alaska Expedition, crafted as a celebration of Alaskan Dream Cruises’ 10-year anniversary. Apart from experiencing Alaska’s wildlife and pristine wilderness, passengers will be able to explore the Inside Passage’s historical towns of Sitka, Skagway, and Juneau.