Highlights of this 8-day voyage include exploring the mainland—glacial landscapes, old growth and rainforest of Alaska. You are treated to wildlife and whale watching with a half-day in Frederick Sound; kayaking, paddle boarding, and skiffing in remote scenic bays. Along the way enjoy wilderness hikes, massive icebergs, and calving glaciers; discover isolated coves and dramatic Misty Fjords National Monument; and visit Wrangell's Kiksetti Totem Park and Chief Shakes Tribal House.

Day 1

    Embark in Juneau, Alaska

    Welcome aboard your ship! Meet your crew and settle in to your cabin as you set sail for the Tracy Arm Wilderness.

    Day 2

      Tracy Arm Wilderness / Frederick Sound

      At the end of Tracy Arm, a winding fjord with sheer granite walls, hundreds of cascading waterfalls, and some of the largest icebergs in all of Alaska, sits the twin Sawyer Glaciers—Sawyer and South Sawyer. The fjord is home to brown and black bears, deer, wolves, harbor seals, and birds such as arctic terns and pigeon guillemots. Later today, move into Frederick Sound—summer feeding ground for the northern hemisphere’s largest concentration of humpback whales. Keep watch for humpbacks, orca, and Steller sea lions.

      Day 3

        Thomas Bay

        Choose kayaking and a lush forest trek on a scenic rainforest trail, or go big on a roundtrip 11-mile hike to the glacially-fed and rarely visited Patterson Lake for spectacular kayaking in the meltwaters of Patterson Glacier. Discover the origin of its “Devil’s Country” nickname during a reading from “The Strangest Story Ever Told,” about the area’s mythical, shape-shifting creatures called Kushtaka.

        Day 4

          Glacial Landscapes / Wrangell Narrows

          Step into the back country of Alaska's wilderness, in an area known for glaciers and rich in gold and quartz. Explore glacial landscapes marked by moraines, muskegs, and mud. Adventure and natural beauty are sure to please whether you choose kayaking, paddle boarding, skiff riding, or hiking today. An abundance of bright red and green navigation lights guide you along “Christmas Tree Lane” as you cruise the winding Wrangell Narrows this evening.

          Day 5

            Wrangell

            Home to native culture, wildlife, and wonder Wrangell is one of the oldest towns in Alaska and the only one ever governed by four nations. Before venturing into town, local islanders join you on board for an in-depth presentation on Tlingit and Haida cultures. View recently carved totem poles at Kiksetti Totem Park and step inside the famed and historically significant Chief Shakes Tribal House.

            Day 6

              Behm Canal

              Wildlife abounds in Behm Canal and the surrounding Tongass National Forest — orca, porpoise, seals, sea lions, brown and black bears, mink, marten, eagles, and otters. Paddle along the canal or venture out on an intertidal shore walk or low-elevation trek on the Cleveland Peninsula.

              Day 7

                Misty Fjords National Monument Wilderness

                Affectionately called “The Yosemite of the North,” Misty Fjords National Monument represents nearly every ecosystem found in Southeast Alaska. Glacial valleys filled with sea water, and sheer 3,000 foot cliffs are a haven for sea birds, brown and black bears, mountain goats, Sitka black-tailed deer, mink, moose, river otters, and other wildlife. Glide through Walker Cove or Rudyerd Bay by kayak or explore by skiff soaking in the splendor of this largely forgotten corner of the world. This evening, join the Captain in a farewell toast and reminisce about your Alaskan journey over a sumptuous dinner.

                Day 8

                  Disembark in Ketchikan, Alaska

                  Enjoy a farewell breakfast before disembarking the ship this morning. Transfer directly to the Ketchikan airport or begin your extended hotel stay or land tour.
                   Master StateroomsCommander StateroomsCaptain StateroomsAdmiral StateroomsCommodore Suites
                  2015-May-10*
                  2015-Sep-20
                  $3,895$4,095$4,395$4,945$7,045
                  * Itinerary operates in reverse.
                  - All rates are quoted in USD and represent cost per person, based on double occupancy.
                  - Quoted rates include all excursions, meals, educational programming, transfers, taxes, port charges and fees.

                  Due to the nature of your explorations, itineraries are guidelines and may change in order to maximize wildlife and natural encounters. Variations in itinerary and the order of days may occur.

                  Included in your fare: All onboard meals; exclusive transfers and baggage handling between airport/vessel; entry fees to national parks/preserves; most from-the-vessel adventure activities and equipment; wellness program: hot tub, sauna, fitness equipment, and yoga. Premium spirits, wine, beer; port fees and taxes; all from-the-yacht adventure activities; a complimentary massage; and an introductory annual membership to Alaska Geographic

                  Deposit & Payment

                  Initial deposit is $950, and most travelers will call our office and pay the deposit with a credit card. Alternatively, you can register online here.

                  Final payment is due 70 days prior to departure by Visa, Mastercard, Discover or AmEx.

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                  Cancellation Policy

                  Days Prior to departureFee
                  91 days or more50% of Deposit
                  90-61 daysDeposit
                  60-46 days50%
                  45-31 days75%
                  30-0 days100%