Glacier & Wildlife Cruises

Get a taste of an Alaska winter adventure with a glacier cruise. The weather brings less bugs, cooler days, dancing fall foliage and silver salmon. Adding the colours of fall and winter to cruises and charters of blue iced glaciers, snow peaked mountains and crystal waters will leave you wishing winter would never end!

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Glacier & Wildlife Cruises
March – October 
Duration Departure
Kenai Fjords National Park Cruise 
June 1 – September 20
Set sail on a 100 mile full day cruise on the KF 360, a fast boat ensuring you experience all the fall and winter scenery, glaciers and wildlife in Kenai Fjords National park within 6 hours. 
6 Hours 11:30 a.m.
Kenai Fjords Wildlife Cruise
June 15 – October 11
Cruise the misty waters of Resurrection Bay and check off marine wildlife viewing from your daily Alaska bucket list. 
3.5 Hours 9:00 a.m. (June 15 – August 11)
1:30 p.m. (June 15 – August 11
1:30 p.m. (August 12 – 24 & September 9 – October 11)
National Park Tour
May – October 
This classic cruise to see the Kenai Fjords includes a hot lunch to pair with crisp weather and a visit to the Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuge. 
6 Hours 8:00 a.m. (May 18, 25, 30, through September 7) 
11:30 a.m. (May 3 – October 6)
National Park Tour with Fox Island
The only scheduled departure to Aialik Glacier, the largest tidewater glacier in Kenai Fjords National Park, this cruise is for the sight – seeker. Includes a light lunch and a grilled Alaskan salmon dinner at a private cozy day lodge on Fox Island. 
8.5 Hours 10:00 a.m.
Northwestern Fjord Cruise
June 10 – September 6
Explore the untouched area of Northwestern Fjord, spending time at the massive Northwestern Glacier while exploring the islands and coves of the Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuge. Includes a deli – style box lunch.
8.5 Hours
Northwestern Fjord Cruise 
May 24 – September 7
Travel to remote areas of active tidewater glaciers and up – close wildlife viewing. Photographer enthusiasts will have unique opportunities to photograph whales, sea otters, puffins and sea lions in their prime before the season ends. Includes a light breakfast and a hot lunch.
9.5 Hours 9:00 a.m.
Phillips 26 Glacier Cruise
June 20 – October 3
See 26 glaciers in a 135 mile day! Cruise through the tranquil waters of Prince William Sound in a catamaran while witnessing sharp tidewater glaciers, fjords and marine wildlife. 
5 Hours 12:30 p.m.
Resurrection Bay Cruise 
May 17 – September 8
In the pristine waters of Resurrection Bay, this half-day wildlife cruise will bring you to bird rookeries, sea lion colonies and whale and otter sight – seeing under towering alpine glaciers. This cruise passes by Bear Glacier, a piedmont glacier that is the largest in Kenai Fjords National Park. 
5 Hours 12:00 p.m.
Resurrection Bay Tour
May – September 
Immerse yourself in the jagged cliffs, marine wildlife and glistening alpine glaciers of Resurrection Bay. With a grilled salmon lunch on Fox Island, Resurrection Bay is relaxing for those prone to seasickness.
4-5 Hours 12:00 p.m. (May 19 – September 14)
5:30 (May 31 – August 24)
Tundra Adventure Charters Duration
Blackstone Bay
Arrive at Blackstone Glacier and Beloit Glacier featuring jaw dropping views of majestic ice – kissed waterfalls. Enjoy a gourmet lunch with a front row view of glaciers calving along with a trip to the seabird rookery. 
6 Hours
Night Harriman Fjord 
Itching to further explore Prince William Sound? Stay overnight in the protected Harriman Fjord. Stroll along black sand beaches, returning to the tundra for a gourmet dinner. 
2 Days, 1 Night