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Alaska Wildlife Cruises

Alaska is an exotic land shrouded in intrigue and mystery. The Great Land, as it was called by Alaskan Natives, is truly immense and it is just as diverse. It stretches more than 500 miles further West into the Bering Sea than the Eastern shore of Russia in the Arctic and covers a distance of nearly 2500 miles from East to West. It stretches more than 1500 miles from Pt. Barrow in the North to Ketchikan in the South. The diversity of this great land can be seen from the storm swept Aleutian Islands and the Pribilofs, to the vast tundra that covers the deep layer of frozen permafrost that stretches from Fairbanks through the Brooks Mountain Range to the Arctic Ocean. It can be seen in the tremendous mountain ranges that spread across Alaska and give birth to Mt. McKinley, the highest mountain on the North American continent at 20,320 feet. No where is this diversity more apparent than in the vast Coastal Waters of Alaska. Just part of the State's coastline waters that stretch from the Alaskan Peninsula, South to Kodiak, Homer, Prince William Sound, then through the Inside Passage of Southeastern Alaska to Ketchikan contain more coastline than the entire combined coastline of the rest of the United States. The vast wilderness areas surrounding the coast have both active and dormant volcanoes, mountains that seem to drop right into the ocean, glaciers that crawl out of the mountains into the sea creating walls of ice that are hundreds of feet high, virgin rain forests containing old growth timber with huge Spruce and Cedar trees, and thousands of species of birds, animals, marine mammals, and fish.

It is in these Coastal Waters that a limited number of adventurers are transported by an Ocean going Vessel to experience The Great Land. A 3 to 7 day cruise is offered that begins in Whittier or Seward. Your adventure will take you into Prince William Sound that is the heart of this fantastic coastal wilderness. You will see thousands of sea birds and cruise through waters that are home to Stellar Sea Lions, Sea Otters, Humpback Whales, Orca Killer Whales, Porpoises, and Seals. Be sure to bring your binoculars and watch the shoreline because Black Bear, Brown Bear, Wolves, and Sitka Blacktail Deer inhabit this primeval country. As you continue the cruise for several days you will see lots of wildlife, massive glaciers, distant volcanoes, and scenery that will take your breath away. Time will be taken to do all of the fishing that you would like for Halibut, Salmon, and many other species such as Ling Cod and Rock Fish. We provide adequate fishing gear for you to use and there are fishing licenses available on board for your convenience.

You will live on the boat where there are separate bunks, toilets, and running hot water to allow marine showers after an exhilarating day of watching birds and wildlife or fishing for Salmon or Halibut. Outstanding personal service is provided and we strive for an atmosphere that is comfortable and relaxed. There are lots of activities and you can choose to stand at the rail and watch for whales to breach, enjoy some fishing, or relax at a comfortable table with a cup of coffee in one hand and look out through the picture windows at awesome scenery. You will be pampered with great meals including New York Steaks, seafood, fresh vegetables and fruits, nice desserts, lots of snacks and your favorite beverages. The vessel is operated by a captain who is licensed by the US Coast Guard. It is also outfitted with top of the line life saving, firefighting, and navigation equipment.

This will be an adventure experience of a lifetime and a chance to see some of the most spectacular scenic beauty, sea birds, marine mammals, and wildlife that the World has to offer. Join us for an Adventure Cruise that you will never forget!

Wildlife Adventure Cruise

Point of Departure: Whittier or Seward

When: 3 to 7 Days, April thru September 15

(4 Person Minimum)

Price: $595 Per Person per Day

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