Vacation Cruise on the Small Ship David B

…you took a truly great vacation? When was the last time you went on an adventure? And really got to relax while someone else took care of the details?

A voyage on the Motor Vessel David B is all of that. From the moment you book your cruise, to your last moment on board, it’s all designed around you. Your crew customizes your cruise especially for you. As soon as you step on board the stress of everyday life melts away. Your shoulders loosen up and you begin to relax. Everything has been taken care of. The crew has thought  of all the details, from meals, to anchorages to the daily activities.  You get to enjoy the adventure of cruising. And not just any cruising; cruising on a beautiful unique and eye catching boat in some of the world’s most stunning scenery.

Small Ship Cruises | Alaska | Inside Passage | Phtography

The Motor Vessel David B is a beautifully restored 65-foot wooden workboat that has been converted to carry you and five others in luxury, just six passengers total at a time. Accommodations are in 4 staterooms, three of which have queen-sized beds and one that has two extra-long twin bunks. Each cabin has it’s own private head (toilet) and sink. Then there’s our bathtub. It’s a full-sized cast-iron antique bathtub with a shower with a small fireplace right beside it. It’s a great place for a long soak with a glass of wine after your day.


You can go on any old cruise ship you want, but really, no one likes standing in line with all the crowds. You know the value of privacy and a personalized adventure. The David B gives you just that. It is the perfect alternative to the big mainstream cruise ships for anyone searching for a specialized cruise in Alaska, the Inside Passage or the San Juan Islands.

So what are you waiting for? Read some of our testimonials, check our articles and reviews, look at the pictures of what we do, then call us and sign up.

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Toll Free – 877-670-7863 US
Direct – 360-201-8184
Skype – MotorVesselDavidB
When was the last time you had a truly great vacation?