Alaska, Pacific Northwest
Passenger Capacity: 34
Built: 1978; remodeled 2008
Length: 128 ft.
Officers and crew: 9. U.S.
Itinerary: Two itineraries of Southeast Alaska between Sitka and Wrangell.
These itineraries, usually 9 days, feature wilderness areas such as Fords Terror, Dawes
Glacier, Gambier Bay, Hobart Bay, and Tracy Arm
. Stops are included in Petersburg and
Juneau. In the fall group charters
are held of the Columbia River.
Cabins: 17. All are outside , average 100+ sq. ft., have queen or twin
beds, and have private bath with shower.
Cabins all have large opening windows with screens.
All ships engines and generators are turned off at
9 pm for quiet Alaskan evenings so you can listen to the sound of Alaska
right outside your open window.
Dress: Casual. Kayaking and hiking
clothes, raingear, over-the-calf rubber boots.
Facilities & Activities:
The vessel cruises during the day with no
nighttime cruising, so no scenery is missed.
The ship runs on batteries at night for super quiet evenings.
Cruise programs feature small ports with a focus on wildlife,
environment and local culture. There is a guest naturalist and kayaks are available to explore off-the-beaten- path
bays the ship anchors in. The captain/owner may vary itineraries to enhance the
trip. Viewing harbor seals and pups, whale-watching and other activities
vary according to dates and itinerary. Binoculars provided on board.
There are two lounges. You can visit the bridge. Engines
are low emissions and low smoke, making the ship environmentally friendly.
Recent Fares Reported to Us:
9-day all-inclusive package
starts at $4,395 per person double occupancy and includes 8 nights on board.
Includes kayaking, tours.
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