Charter "Island Spirit" Passenger Boat In Juneau, Alaska

Passenger Boat
32 Guests

About This Boat

Enjoy the days on the water with friends and family in Juneau, Alaska by boat! Charter the "Island Spirit" Passenger boat for up to 37 guests. Rate as low as $3,995 per person for 9 days.


Northbound Inside Passage (14 days)

• May 1 - May 14, 2018: $4,995 per person

Wilderness Cruise (9 days)

• May 16- May 24, 2018: $3,995 per person
• May 26 -June 3, 2018:: $4,500 per person
• July 25 - August 2, 2018: $4,500 per person
August 24 - September 1, 2018: $4,500 per person
September 2 - September, 2018: $4,500 per person

Hinterlands Cruise (9 days)

• June 25 - July 3, 2018: $3,995 per person

Discover Cruise (9 days)

• June 15 - June 23, 2018: $4,500 per person
• July 5 - July 13, 2018: $4,500 per person

Captain's Choice Cruise (9 days)

• July 5 - June 13, 2018: $3,995 per person
• July 15 - July 23, 2018: $4,500 per person
• August 4 - August 12, 2018: $4,500 per person
• August 14 - August 22, 2018: $4,500 per person

Southbound Inside Passage:

• September 12 - September 25, 2018: $4,995 per person

What You Can Expect:

We have the only Small ship with a panoramic, top deck observation lounge, allowing you to enjoy the scenery in climate-controlled comfort even on cold or windy days

• Our trips are all-inclusive - no hidden fees and no incidentals. All meals, (including cocktail hour and wine with dinner), kayaking, walking tours, port charges, and taxes are included in the price of your cruise. The only additional fee is your crew gratuity.

• We don't have to follow a strict itinerary. We are able to deviate from the established itinerary and offer additional sites and tours when the opportunity arises. Do you want to see a brilliant Whale show? See bears feeding on the beach? A beautiful extra day to kayak? We want to make your vacation an experience you'll treasure. Just speak to your Captain, If anyone can, HE can make it happen.

• You will have the Most peaceful nights ever on a Ship. Why?? No loud generators to keep you up. and, we only cruise during the day, and we shut down our engines at night - so you can enjoy a quiet, peaceful sleep. So open your cabin windows and take advantage of the sounds of nature.

• We features an onboard certified Alaska Naturalist to give you deep insights into the behaviors and habits of the Alaskan wildlife.

• Our state rooms and lounges are roomy and comfortable: providing full-size windows for lots of natural light, as well as private showers and toilets in every state room. Plus, opening windows allows you to take full advantage of the scenery, even in your cabin

What To Expect Onboard:

The Island Spirit is a three-deck U.S. Coast Guard licensed and inspected passenger vessel.
Originally built in 1978 as an oil field supply vessel, she is all-aluminum and heavily constructed. The vessel was completely rebuilt and re-powered in 2002 with Caterpillar marine engines. We can carry up to 32 passengers overnight in 17 comfortable staterooms. Each room has a private bath and shower, as well as a minimum of one large opening window for wonderful views and fresh air ventilation. There are two single cabins, five queen cabins, and 10 Twin cabins. Please note, this coast guard inspected vessel is not accessible for handicapped cruisers.

There are two staircases for access between decks. The stairs are brightly lit and are easy to navigate with handrails. Although we cruise in primarily protected waterways, the Island Spirit has been upgraded to 2010 USCG vessel standards. The vessel utilizes fin stabilizers and a reshaped hull for extra stability and cruising comfort.

We offer three types of staterooms on our ship: 2 Single Cabins, 10 Twin bed Cabins or 5 Queen bedded Cabins. There are two twin cabins located on the upper deck, for those who have difficulty with stairs. Each room has a private toilet and shower, as well as a minimum of one large opening window for wonderful views and fresh air ventilation. Every cabin has a small dresser and some hanging space for your clothing.

Due to the intimate nature of our "small ship," we limit our use of room keys for staterooms. All rooms have a lock for evening privacy. All rooms are interior walkways. There is no access to the vessel by non-guests. You can also check any valuables into the Captain's safe and receive a receipt.

Dining Room & Lounge Areas

The dining area hosts our 32 guests for a full service breakfast, lunch, and dinner each day. It is a nice area for relaxing during the day while we are cruising. We also host a brunch once during each cruise and a Captain’s Dinner (Casual Attire, of course). During the day the lounge serves as an comfortable area for relaxing, as we cruise, some guests like to play games, make puzzles, read books (that we have aboard) and chat.

Deck Areas

We might have a small ship. But we have the largest outside deck areas of any small ship! The front bow area, the third floor upper deck with 360 degree viewing, our back deck behind the lounge, and our guest room back deck.



  • Type: Passenger Boat
  • Capacity: 32 People
  • Year: 2010
  • Rental Minimum: 1 hour
  • Cancellation: Full Refund 5 Days Prior


  • Life jackets/required safety gear
  • 10 Cabins
  • Toilet
  • Wheel steering
  • Bimini
  • CD Player
  • Center Cockpit
  • Galley Stove & Oven
  • Berth
  • Watersports Equipment
  • 10 Heads

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Member Since Jan 2018

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