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Alaska Yacht | Bears, Bergs & Bushwhacking

Adventure awaits on your Alaskan cruise! Visit four designated Wilderness Areas or National Monuments, plus the LeConte glacial icefield. Hike for bears with a local guide on Admiralty Island. Ride out on a kayak, paddle board or skill in search of wildlife and birds. Listen for the captain to tell you when whales are nearby! All of this and more while cruising on a luxurious yacht, the Safari Quest: a 22-guest boutique yacht with fully stocked bar and library, onboard hot tub, heated tile bathroom floors, air conditioning, Tempur-Pedic memory foam mattresses, and more.

“Alaska induced the feeling that all will be well with the world and instilled the child-like feeling of wonderment and awe.” — Jane S., Australia

Cruise Details

Clock9 Days & 8 Nights

Double Occupancy from $7,595 pp/do*

Single Occupancyfrom $8,895 pp

CalendarMay 16, 2019 | May 23, 2019 | May 30, 2019 | June 6, 2019 | June 13, 2019 | June 20, 2019
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June 27, 2019 | July 4, 2019 | July 11, 2019 | July 18, 2019 | July 25, 2019 | August 1, 2019 | August 8, 2019 | August 15, 2019 | August 22, 2019 | August 29, 2019

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*Per person/double occupancy. Special single rates apply where listed. Excludes port fees.
Itineraries may operate in reverse.

Your Itinerary

    1Hotel Stay in Petersburg, AK
    Today, take the opportunity to explore Petersburg. Walk along the beach and watch for birds. Or listen to the hardworking fishermen in the harbor. Or take your camera and find the best views of the Coast Mountains or Devil’s Thumb.

    2Embark in Petersburg, AK
    Today’s activities are as varied as the weather. But whatever you do, you’ll board the ship in the afternoon and settle in with a glass of champagne as the yacht begins its cruise to Frederick Sound – home of whales!

    3Kake/Keku Islands
    Learn the stories of the Tlingit on Kupreanof Island, thru dance, legends and totems. Tribal members will tell you the history of Kake, which goes back thousands of years. Along the shore, look for black bears and bald eagles. Explore on a hike of the tidal zone, or skiff or kayak along the islets of the Keku Islands.

    4Tebenkof Bay Wilderness Area
    On the shore of Kuiu Island is the Tebenkof Bay Wilderness Area – 67,000 acres of islands, islets and forest! With rubber boots at the ready, you’ll head out on guided hikes through tide pools, woods, and muskeg (that’s a bog!). Or take out the kayaks or skiffs to see the harbor seals, sea stars and jelly fish. Feeling adventurous today? This is a great area to try paddle boarding! Just in case paddle boarding doesn’t work as planned, the crew will have a dry towel and hot toddy ready when you come back aboard.

    5South Baranof Wilderness Area
    South Baranof is 319,568 acres of protected glacier-covered fjords, valleys, sheer granite mountains and temperate rain forests. Fortunately, your in the hands of a captain that knows these waters, and will show off little inlets that are perfect for taking out the skiffs or kayaks. And the region is great for spotting bears, seals, otters and sea lions! If you have a break in the action, head up to the bridge and look over the charts with the captain and mates. It’s a fun way to learn about the region!

    6Chatham Strait/Frederick Sound
    Today, the ship will be on the lookout for whales. Humpbacks migrate through the region in search of yummy krill and prankton. Have your binoculars and cameras at the ready.

    7Admiralty Island National Monument
    In Tlingit, the island is named Kootznoowoo – ‘Fortress of the Bear’! It is the highest concentration of brown bears in the world – more bears than the contiguous 48 states combined! The skiff will take you for a wet landing and you’ll hike to a bear sanctuary. The local guide will provide an orientation before leading you through the bear viewing area.

    8Stikine-LeConte Wilderness Area
    In the LeConte Wilderness Area, you’ll find the slow moving, ice-filled Stikine River. The yacht will drop anchor and we’ll begin our LeConte Bay adventures. The Bay is 6 miles long, 810 ft deep, with a steep-sided fjord. At high tide, watch for seal pups in the ice gardens. At low tide, you can walk among the icebergs that remain in the glacial outwash field. Tonight, we’ll finish with a Farewell Dinner and cruise slideshow to mark our amazing week!

    9Disembark in Petersburg, AK
    After one last breakfast, you’ll depart the yacht to head to the airport. Unless you want to talk to our agents about adding a hotel stay or land tour…


Cabin Categories

Cabin Single Price Double Price
Mariner$7,595 pp
Commander$9,295 pp
Captain$10,295 pp

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*Prices may vary due to seasonality

Alaska Awakening

New for 2018, cruise ships will be headed North for Alaska earlier in Spring than ever before. Yes, the weather will be colder, but you’ll be able to experience Alaska as it wakes from winter slumber! Bears, just up from their hibernation, will be rummaging along the coastline in search of fish and other food. Flowers and trees will have begun showing new growth. Although there’s still a nip in the air, the ice has begun to thaw.

Onboard Activities

This ship is equipped for your Alaska Adventure! Onboard, you’ll have access to kayaks, paddle boards, inflatable skiffs, and fitness equipment. There will be onboard yoga or other wellness activities. And you’re always welcome to warm up after your adventures in the onboard hot tub!

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Alaska Yacht | Bears, Bergs & Bushwhacking

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