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Alaska Adventure Sailing welcomes you on the sailing adventure of a lifetime.

 

Updated June 8th 2020, COVID-19 Mandates

We are closely following COVID-19 Public Health Mandates by the State of Alaska. Please call us at (907) 500-8028 for the most up to date information. Or visit the State of Alaska COVID-19 traveler information page.

  • At this time the State of Alaska is requiring all travelers to complete a Traveler Declaration Form before arriving in Alaska.

 

  • Visitors may arrive in Alaska with a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken within the last 72 hours and present the results upon arrival; or
  • Participate in a COVID-19 PCR test when you arrive in Alaska, and self-quarantine at your expense until results arrive; or
  • Self-quarantine for 14 days at your expense or the duration of your trip whichever is shorter.

 

  • Travelers may quarantine aboard a boat or in privately rented lodging.
  • Travelers may not visit public community spaces while in quarantine.
  • Groups are restricted to 1 family group per vessel.
  • Interstate travel is permitted for all purposes via any normal means of transportation including Plane, Motor Vehicle, or Boat.
  • Travelers may not visit communities outside the road or ferry system for any reason.

 

 

New reservations for captained and guided trips aboard S/V Arcturus are limited or restricted. Please call us at (907) 500-8028 for up to date information.

 

At this time Alaska Adventure Sailing is happy to offer you a socially responsible way to visit Alaska. You can quarantine aboard a private sailboat you rent and go on your own adventure, away from everyone.

Rent your own private sailboat!

For the first time ever we are offering bare boat rentals. If you have an appropriate level of experience, you may rent one of our fully enclosed cabin cruiser sailboats!

 

 

 

 

S/V Seamoore available for $5000 per week or $8000 for 2 weeks!

Shown bellow, S/V Seamoore is a 2001 Bruce Roberts, 40 foot sloop rig, fully enclosed cabin cruiser.

 

 

 

 

S/V Northern Star available for $5000 per week or $8000 for 2 weeks!

Shown bellow, S/V Northern Star is a 1982 Cooper Mapleleaf, 42 foot sloop rig, fully enclosed cabin cruiser.

Be on the lookout for more new boats for 2020, we are offering…

 

Bare Boat Rentals

S/V Seamoore $5000 per week or $8000 for 2 weeks.

S/V Northern Star $5000 per week or $8000 for 2 weeks.

 

Whats the difference between the boats?

S/V Seamoore is newer and nicer than S/V Northern Star. She has 2 cabins each with a plush double size bed. She is ideal for 2 couples or 4 people.

S/V Northern Star is bigger and sails better than S/V Seamoore. She has a v-birth (comfortable for 2), master cabin with both a double bed and a twin bed, cockpit bed and couch bed. She has a large salon and a large cockpit. S/V Northern Star is ideal for the whole family.

S/V Arcturus is the largest, nicest, and most capable of the fleet. She is the flag ship. S/V Arcturus is not available as a bare boat rental, she is only available to do captained, guided trips.

 

S/V Arcturus Multi-Day Trips: Reservations Restricted

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Private multi-day trips for up to 6 passengers, 3 day minimum:

Multi-day trips cost $2,600 per day for the whole boat (up to 6 passengers) and include food, lodging and day activity’s. Extra passengers are never added to your private charter!

All trips are in Southeast Alaska’s Famous Inside Passage and Coast.

*Airline tickets, float plane tickets, ferry tickets, taxi rides, accommodations before or after trip, fishing license, alcohol, personal gear (like rain gear or rubber boots) are not included.

 

S/V Arcturus Multi-day trips for individual riders, not a private charter: Currently Unavailable

5 Day trips cost $2,500 per person

7 Day trips cost $3,200 per person

10 Day trips cost $4,350 per person

10% discount for couples or parties of 2 sharing a room

Additional 30% charge to have your own room.

All trips are in Southeast Alaska’s Famous Inside Passage and Coast for up to 6 passengers and include food, lodging and day activity’s. All rooms are double occupancy

*Airline tickets, float plane tickets, ferry tickets, taxi rides, accommodations before or after trip, fishing license, alcohol, personal gear (like rain gear or rubber boots) are not included.

 

 

S/V Arcturus Day Trips: Restricted to 1 family group per vessel

Private day trips for up to 6 passengers:

Available daily at the rate of $500 per hour for the whole boat.

These trips departs from and returns to Juneau. Food, drinks and transportation to and from the harbor are not included so BYOB.

Private Sunset sailing trip for up to 6 passengers:

Available every evening at the rate of $500 per hour for the whole boat.

This trip departs the Juneau around 6 PM and returns just after sunset.  Food, drinks and transportation to and from the harbor are not included so BYOB.

5 of 5 stars    Debbie

What a fantastic trip with Captain Hoock (yes his real name). Six of us went from Sitka to Juneau in his 56 foot sailboat, which was both comfortable and sea worthy. Captain Hoock is a knowledgeable and expert captain who has a great eye for seeing the wildlife. He is a marvelous chef and even planned and cooked for two people on our trip who were gluten free. On our last day at sea he made crab cakes Benedict.
What a wonderful trip. I’m ready to go again!

 

Get off the beaten tourist path, take an active role in you own Alaska adventure vacation and smell the ocean breeze. Let us make your Alaska adventure vacation dreams come true!

Are you looking for the best sailing adventure charter where you participate in your own adventure?  We put you behind the helm, sailing the Southeast Alaska Inside Passage on a warm & comfortable private sailboat, under the supervision of an experienced licensed captain. Explore the rugged Alaskan coast of the Pacific Ocean for the most memorable trip of your life.  Whether you want to sail to the face of a glacier, explore Alaskan hot springs, or see wildlife, we have the trip for you!

Southeast Alaska is home to mighty glaciers, hundreds of miles of shoreline and more wildlife than you can imagine. We specialize in creating the best custom sailing vacation possible.  We do mild to wild and everything in between.  We love to show people the best of what Alaska has to offer; whale watching, sea lions, puffins, humpback whales, killer whales (orca), bears, glaciers and ridiculously large mountains!

Some of our tours include: Extreme Sailing School, Custom Surf Trips, Ultimate Fire and Ice: Glacier Bay & Hot Springs, Alaska Ship Wreck Scuba Diving, Treasure Hunting, Music Festivals & Cultural Events, Kayaking, Alaskan Photo Safari and Wildlife Viewing.

We can accommodate families, groups of friends, small private weddings, intimate honeymoon adventures, scientific research parties, professional photographers and extreme sport enthusiasts.

Winter Unguided Ski Tours with hot springs

Haines Winter Fest, Coot to Kat Ski Classic 

Sitka Gray Whale Migration

Alaska Folk Festival

Glacier Bay National Park

Petersburg Little Norway Festival

Haines Beer Fest

Sitka Summer Music Festival + St. Lazaria Island puffins, Hiking and hot springs

Heart of Alaska, Hot Springs, Glaciers, Bears, Salmon and Whales ow my.

This trip starts and ends in the beautiful, quiet town of Petersburg. Petersburg is a very small town in rural Alaska, accessible from Juneau by ferry or plane. From Juneau, we will adventure along the Inside Passage where we will have unparalleled viewing of Humpback Whales bubble net feeding. This trip will typically end in Sitka.

This is the ultimate Photo Safari, we will visit truly remote areas and see incredible things off the beaten tourist path. Virtually all whale watching and bear viewing in Southeast Alaska happens in 2 very specific places near Juneau. We will be on our own, in nature, far from the cruse ship tourism industry.

5 of 5 stars   Kathleen

Sailing with Alaska Adventure Sailing is a fabulous way to see parts of inaccessible Alaska. Captain Hoock knows how to give a great tour. He has had years of experience, so I felt extremely safe. We stopped along our way to see wild life, fish, take hikes, sit in hot springs and kayak. Captain Hoock knows many secret coves and places we couldn’t have gotten to without this trip and his knowledge. He is also an excellent chef with gourmet food and even able to accommodate people with special diets. The cabins were comfortable, the food delicious and the sights spectacular.
I highly recommend Alaska Adventure Sailing and plan to go again.