Cruise to Icy Strait and Glacier Bay with

ADVENTURES AFLOAT

Join us aboard our elegant, classic 106' M/V VALKYRIE for your personalized Glacier Bay wilderness sightseeing, whalewatching, and kayaking charter experience.


Come with us to Glacier Bay National Monument, whalewatching, seacycling, kayaking, visiting sea otters, and photographing the magnificent scenery. We will visit the Bartlett Cove ranger station, then cruise up the 60+ mile-long bay to view wildlife, icebergs, glaciers, and fiords, stopping in a different cove each evening. Bring your family or friends - we can accommodate up to 12 guests.  We'll design the charter to fit your schedule.

Three cruising options.

Begin and end in Juneau: This suggested adventure will provide you with the best of both worlds - the superlative scenery, fishing, and wildlife from Juneau to Glacier Bay, as well as a visit to Glacier Bay itself.  This charter option is five to seven days.

Begin and end in Bartlett Cove, Glacier Bay:  With this option you will fly via Alaska Airlines to Gustavus, then meet us in Bartlett Cove, park headquarters of the Glacier Bay National Monument.  Average length of this cruise option is three to five days.

Begin or end in Juneau:  With this option, you will travel one way to or from Gustavus via Alaska Airlines, and cruise the other way to or from Juneau  on M/V VALKYRIE.  This is a good choice if you want to add a bit of fishing to your charter. Average length of this cruise option is four to seven days.


Glacier Bay Alternate: Try a cruise to the Tracy Arm fjord in Stephens Passage. Travel among the icebergs of this spectacular winding fjord that ends at the North Sawyer and South Sawyer Glaciers.


For further information:

Telephone: (907) 789-0111, (800) 3AFLOAT
FAX: (907) 789-3312, Email: adventuresafloat@gci.net
Adventures Afloat, Francis and Linda Kadrlik, 4950 Steelhead, Juneau, AK 99801

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Last modified: January 15, 2012

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