Known as America’s last frontier, a private yacht charter here is the perfect combination of luxury and rugged adventure. This area has abundant spans of untouched land where natural beauty stretches as far as the eye can see. Surrounded by nature you can immerse yourself in the serene nature scenes. Relax on the water taking in the sights and sounds or head out for an adventurous excursion. Navigate through seas of icebergs with lazy seals as you watch glaciers calve into the waters. Soak your worries away in a natural hot spring. Gaze at the natural wildlife including whales, eagles, and bears. Hop on a helicopter, land on a nearby glacier, and delight in a picnic lunch on an ancient river of ice. Grab your poles and head towards a crystal-clear stream for incredible salmon fishing. The surrounding islands and peninsulas create ideal serene water for cruising. No matter what your itinerary holds, Southeastern Alaska will surely stun you and your guests.
Kick off your charter in Juneau, the capital city of Alaska. Board your yacht and make your way south on Stephens Passage encompassed by mountains covered in evergreen trees, to the No Name cove at the entry of Tracy Arm. Make sure you're on deck to see any humpback whales or Orcas that may be passing by. Once you anchor, scan the shoreline for bears and icebergs floating about.
Here you can spot the famous twin Sawyer Glaciers. Board your tender and explore amongst the icebergs and they slowly drift along. Look up in awe at the mountainside and see if you can spot the goats clinging to the hillsides. After a day of adventure, return to your yacht in No Name Cove for a gourmet dinner on board.
Call for a seaplane to take you on an aerial tour of the vast glacier. Afterward, head to The Brothers islands to explore the natural beauty of these uninhabited islands. On board, your yacht, hop in the jacuzzi as you make out Orion’s Belt among the stars.
Be ready when you pass through Frederick Sound where you may see one of the 500 humpback whales who call this area home. They may even jump out of the water and put on a show. Anchor offshore in Red Bluff and marvel at the towering mountainsides with breathtaking waterfalls.
Travel north to visit Baranof Warm Springs, three natural hot springs with a view of a magnificent waterfall. Close by you can walk around Tenakee Springs, a small town with a population of nearly 100 known for its local artists.
Passing through Sergius Narrows is a thrilling experience as your yacht squeezes through the 300 feet wide pass. As you get near the shoreline keep your eyes open for bald eagles, black-tailed deer, and sea otters. Indulge in freshly caught Salmon prepared by your chef on board while you enjoy the calm waters of Kalinan Bay off the Kruzof Island.
Spend your morning having breakfast on your yacht as you make your way through Neva and Olga Straits, named after the Russian history of this area. Peeking at wildlife along the mountain slopes as you cruise by. Stop by Totem Park at the Sitka Cultural Center and pick up a souvenir of Tlingit art, carvings, and other crafts before heading home.
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