American Safari Cruises' Endeavor Receives 'Propper' Godmother

Great news for Brownell Travel: We hear that one of the agency's advisors, Margret Propper, has been named Godmother of American Safari Cruises' newest ship, the Endeavor.

Propper was on hand in Seattle, Washington on May 18 where she christened the vessel with the celebratory crack of a champagne bottle against the hull.

"May the Safari Endeavor bring beauty and joy to all who sail with her in the waters of Canada, and in the beautiful fjords and glaciers of our beloved Alaska. May dolphins swim before her, and whales surround her, and may her Captain always guide her safely into port," Propper said prior to christening.

Propper has also been named Godmother of "UN-CRUISE Adventures," the brand name encompassing cruising styles aboard the yachts of American Safari Cruises and the expedition vessels of InnerSea Discoveries.

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