|Gray Whale Watch Tour
Cruises start March 6th
Gray whales migrate over 5,000 miles from Baja California to the Bering and Chukchi Seas each year in search of food. These whales begin migrating north in late February and travel close to the coastline on their migration. Gray whales arrive in Alaska waters in the spring, spending the summer feeding in shallow waters before they migrate south in mid-October. Travel into the calm waters of Resurrection Bay in search of our returning visitors. In addition to gray whales, watch for humpback whales, orca whales. Stellar sea lions, sea otters, Dall’s porpoises, harbor seals, bald eagles, and many types of seabirds. Tours are fully narrated by experienced captains and naturalist crew members. Complimentary beverages include coffee, tea, and water. Additional snacks and beverages are available for purchase.
|–||12 p.m. and 1 p.m. from Seward|
|Blackstone Bay Glacier Cruise
Cruises start February 15
Our journey up Blackstone Bay takes us along the shores of this fascinating fjord carved by the ancient glaciers on their great retreat. Less than one hour from Whittier you will be sitting at the face of two tidewater glaciers, Beloit and Blackstone and see the numerous waterfalls and hanging glaciers, remnants of giant glacier’s retreat. In route we’ll stop to photo sea otters and harbor seals that make their home in this part of the sound. During our adventure we’ll step ashore to experience the natural geology and thick rain forest. Enjoy a snack and hot drink as you reflect on your journey and this magnificent nook of Alaska.
|3.5 Hours||Sunday/Wednesday/Friday, at 1 p.m. This custom small boat tour can accommodate up to 20 passengers.|
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