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Seward, positioned at the head of Resurrection Bay, is one of the state’s most beautiful ports. The bay is home to Bear Glacier, as well as a wide variety of marine wildlife. The area was bustling during World War II. Many of the bunkers remain, slowly being reclaimed by the forest, and are available to explore on hikes. Runs of king, silver and sockeye salmon return to the bay every year, providing anglers with plenty of opportunities throughout the summer. Rockfish can also be found scattered throughout the area. Venturing just outside of the bay to the west are Aialik and Harris bays, with numerous quiet coves and several more glaciers. Their proximity to town makes it possible to visit these areas on one- to two-day cruises.
1-day trip, $4,000
2 days, 1 night, $8,000
Located between Montague Island and the Kenai Peninsula, the Western Entrance is the gateway to Prince William Sound. This area provides a major travel corridor for whales and herring, five species of salmon, seabirds and many species of marine mammals moving in and out of the sound. This natural funnel teaming with wildlife lies approximately halfway between Seward and Whittier. Its distance from either port prevents many smaller boats from fishing it effectively on a day trip, resulting in reduced pressure. It also has some great shrimping available and is home to glaciers and secluded bays seldom visited by other boats. This place is truly unique and special. It’s where I choose to take my own friends and family when they visit. It is hands down my favorite place in all of Alaska. This trip could be squeezed into three days but it really deserves at least four to five.
Another option for beauty and seclusion, heading west from Resurrection Bay, is the McCarty Fjord/Nuka Bay area of Kenai Fjords National Park. Also located halfway between two ports, Seward and Homer, this area is out of range for many boats traveling on a day trip.
3 days, 2 nights, $12,000
4 days, 3 nights, $16,000
5 days, 4 nights, $20,000
Ultimate Alaskan Fishing Expedition
Two vessels at your disposal give you hard-core fishing and comfortable cruising in one trip. The Outer Coast, our 34-foot Armstrong catamaran, is a time-proven big fish producer with a great crew and top-of-the-line gear to get the job done. This an incredibly capable vessel, remarkably stable and safe, perfectly suited for Alaskan gulf conditions. When you have had your fill of offshore adventure for the day, the Arctic Fox will be waiting to rendezvous in nearby protected waters where you can enjoy a hot shower and deliciously prepared meal. Relax on the upper deck with a nightcap and enjoy the sunset before retiring to your private stateroom for the evening.
Both boats remain fully staffed during the expedition. This gives you complete freedom of choice. If some in your party want to chase monster halibut and others would rather kayak a quiet bay, catch rockfish off of the back deck or head to shore for some beachcombing, the choice is yours.
2 days, 1 night, $10,400
3 days, 2 nights, $16,800
4 days, 3 nights, $23,200