Alaska Yacht and Kayaking Tour

Dates

May - Aug

Country

United States of America

Price Range

$$$

Why choose this Alaska Yacht and Kayaking Tour?

If you want peach Bellini cocktails and palm tree-dotted beaches, Life of Riley can provide that for you, just not on this page… but if you’re mad, bad and brave enough to think that competing for salmon with grizzly bears is holiday-fodder - keep on reading!

I mean, you ain’t gonna get to see humpback whales, orcas, sea otters, sea lions, grizzlies, puffins and bald eagles in Ibiza! 

Aboard the 65' yacht, The Ursa Major, you’ll depart from Sitka for Klag Bay and the outer coast of Chichigof Island - a National Wilderness Area. From there, you’ll Cruise through a labyrinth of channels, islands and passageways to White Sulfur Hot Springs, through Lisianski Inlet, stopping off in the charming fishing village of Pelican.

What makes the trip so unbelievable?

Heading up the coast to Deer Harbor, you’ll quickly catch your limit of salmon and halibut before anchoring in Inian Cove for the night before waking for whale watching in the Icy Strait passed Point Adolphus.You can watch for Killer Whale and Porpoise in Peril Strait - a site unequalled fishing for

You can watch for Killer Whale and Porpoise in Peril Strait - a site unequalled fishing for giant yellow eye, salmon and shrimp as well as streams with many grizzly bears fishing for salmon! You’ll cruise through Sergius Narrows to Kalinin Bay. This perfectly sheltered cove at the edge of the ocean has some of Alaska’s best fishing just a short skiff ride away before launching sea kayaks before dinner.

Speaking of which, all meals, accommodation aboard the Ursa Major and all excursions come as part of the package, so there are no hidden extras - except the bears hiding in the woods!

In short:

  • Stay aboard a 65-foot yacht - The Ursa Major
  • Watch for humpback whales, orcas, sea otters, sea lions while at sea
  • And grizzlies, puffins and bald eagles on land
  • Killer Whale and Porpoise in Peril Strait
  • Kayak and fish in Alaska’s best fishing waters 
Beth Barrett
Beth Barrett Author & Events Manager