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Experience Seward, Alaska On 65' SV "Extraordinary" Sailboat

Cruising Monohull
1998
65 ft
6 Guests

About This Boat

Experienced Seward, Alaska from the water during our Voyages aboard the 65' S/V "Extraordinary" Sailing Yacht for up to 6 people.  Rates includes there Crew, meals, non alcoholic beverages, taxes, engone and generator fuel. Accommodation in 3 guests staterooms with one shared guests bathroom with shower.

Rates

4 Nights

• 2-4 Guests: $11,120
• 5 Guests: $13,900
• 6 Guests: $16,680

5 Nights

• 2-4 Guests: $13,900
• 5 Guests: $17,375
• 6 Guests: $20,850

7 Nights

• 2-4 Guests: $19,460
• 5 Guests: $24,325
• 6 Guests: $29,190

8 or more nights, request quote

Includes

• Three Crew, meals, non alcoholic beverages, taxes, engiune fuel and generator fuel and wilderness shore excursions.
• Accommodation in 3 guests staterooms with one shared guests bathroom with shower. (Crew have separate quarters and bathroom).

Additional Fees

• Customary crew gratuity at the Charterer's discretion (10-15% advised).
• Alcoholic beverages (charged at cost).

The Voyages

Our unique voyages  venture into the Kenai Fjords National Park. Join us aboard Extraordinary as we sail into this majestic piece of rugged Alaska coastline.

Sip your morning coffee from the deck of the boat and take in the mountain scenery. Epic isn't urban slang anymore, in vistas like these.

We carry aboard both single and double kayaks, so that you and your family and friends can enjoy paddling the serene waters while we sit at anchor. This is a rare chance to intimately take in the details of the shoreline habitat. There will be something different to explore each day - we'll take you to a new anchorage each night.

World class birding awaits on this trip as we sail by colonies of puffins, murres, terns, gulls and other species of waterfowl. Of course, no trip to Alaska's coast would be complete without mention of the spectacular whale watching. Humpback whales frequent Cape Aialik and orca, Dall and harbor porpoise ply the fjords. We provide individual binoculars, so everyone can join in spotting wildlife.

We also provide guided beach walks in bear-inhabited areas, so you can relax and enjoy this pristine area of Alaska. A motorized dinghy makes shore excursions simple and easy.

What To Expect Onboard:

Meet S/V Extraordinary! Built in Ketchikan, Alaska, in 1998, this 65' Bruce Roberts-designed steel sailing vessel (that's what S/V stands for) is the perfect platform for your Alaskan sailing vacation. A beamy 17' wide, she has plenty of room inside and topsides to lounge, view wildlife, and just relax in the general splendor of your surroundings.

Topside she has an enclosed dodger area to keep you covered while you watch the world sail by. Don’t miss out on any wildlife spotting, no matter what the weather.

The large windows and the raised salon make the inside living accommodation bright, airy and spacious. The overall square footage in the living spaces is larger than usual and an uncommon luxury for sailing.

When the you've had your fill for the day and are ready to turn in, our guest staterooms are ready to house you comfortably. Eco-friendly bedding and radiant heaters in each room will keep you warm in the cool Alaskan nights. Shelving and under-bed storage will stow your clothing and personal items handily. The household-sized shower, ocean-friendly toiletries and on-demand hot water will take the worry out of bathing while aboard.

Our galley is the envy of many sailors and the meals emerging from this space attest to that! Fresh baked scones with salmon berries, swedish tea rolls, a perfectly grilled salmon and blueberry sourdough flapjacks are all gastronomic possibilities on your voyage.

This big beauty sailed around North America and came to back to Alaska via the Northwest Passage in 2015. Her home port now is Seward, Alaska, on the shores of Resurrection Bay. Her steel hull, good displacement and long keel are well-suited for offshore and rugged northern sailing, but her interior systems also provide a layer of safety needed for operating in remote waters.

Twin engines provide extra redundancy, and a 7 Kw Cummins marine generator gives a level of power suited for regular household use.

She's had a few names over her lifetime; to pay tribute to her overall size and scope. our unique cruising grounds and to give a nod to the circumstances in which she came to us, we christened her Extraordinary.

What to Bring

Aboard Extraordinary, we will meet all your basic needs. Amenities include bedding, blankets, extra pillows, towels, ocean-friendly toiletries, meals, snacks, filtered drinking water, life jackets, shore kits with bear spray, and binoculars for wildlife viewing.
Please pack all your gear in a duffel or suitable soft bag – hard suitcases are boxy and will be cumbersome to stow in your stateroom.

Here is a suggested list of personal gear that will make your trip more enjoyable.

• Camera, charging cords and memory cards
• Notebook
• Waterproof hiking boots
• Light rain gear
• Slippers
• Wool or synthetic undergarments

Details

  • Type: Cruising Monohull
  • Capacity: 6 People
  • Make Model: Bruce Roberts
  • Year: 1998
  • Rental Minimum: 1 day
  • Length: 65 ft
  • Cancellation: Full Refund 5 Days Prior

Rental Requirements

No delivery fee for 7 or more nights: Prince William Sound, Seward to Kodiak or Kodiak to Seward
For Seward-Seward, 3 or 4 nights suggested.

Specs

  • Life jackets/required safety gear
  • Cabin
  • Wheel steering
  • Inboard Engine
  • Autopilot
  • CD Player
  • Chart Plotter
  • Dinghy
  • Dodger
  • Single Engine
  • Generator
  • Galley Stove & Oven
  • Berth
  • Furling Headsail
  • Furling Mainsail
  • Head

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Jesse

From Seward

Member Since Jun 2017

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