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In a changing world, we provide a safe, truly off-the-beaten-track Alaska sailing charter opportunity to escape the crowds where you control your own vacation environment. Private, flexible itineraries on the ancient Alaska Inside Passage and Tongas National Forrest ensure that you won’t be traveling shoulder to shoulder with strangers on cookie-cutter trips. Our Morgan 461 Sailing Boat is $460 a day per person with captain on customized private boat tours in Alaska. We are based out of Juneau, Alaska but available in many SE Alaska villages. Please inquire for parties of five and six people. The boat has two bathrooms, 2 private cabins 14’ inflatable w/30 HP, food, valuable local knowledge. Includes Whale Watching, Bear watching, sea lion viewing, Kayaking, and Glacier viewing where available. If you have any questions, we can answer those through GetMyBoat’s messaging platform before you pay. Just hit, “Request to Book” and send us an inquiry for a custom offer.
You’ll get directions to the departure location when you make a booking.
50% refund up to 30 days prior.
No charters will commence without execution of Sailing Alaska Limited's Boat Charter Waiver and Release of Liability contract. All charters are private. You will not share the boat with strangers. Daily price is per person with a four day minimum charter required. Prices include 3 meals/day, non-alcoholic beverages, and snacks. Food preferences must be communicated with Sailing Alaska Limited at least 1-week prior to arrival on board. Transportation to and from the airport is the responsibility of guests. Our captain is required on all charters. Listed rates and daily rates are per person unless otherwise specified. This is Alaska, much of which has rapidly changing weather conditions that can delay travel. Our travel offerings are off the grid far from infrastructure such as roads, cellular phone service and even radio range. Trip insurance is highly recommended. We are not responsible for inclement or bad weather and acts of God. We are an Equal Opportunity Provider. We do not discriminate or deny our services and or activities to anyone based on race, color, national origin, sex, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity (including gender expression), sexual orientation, disability, age, marital status, family/parental status, income derived from public assistance program, political beliefs, or reprisal or retaliation for prior civil rights activity, in any program or activity conducted or offered by Sailing Alaska Limited. Sailing Alaska shall comply with the provisions of Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 as amended, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended, Title IX of the Education Amendments Act of 1972, as amended, and the Age Discrimination Act of 1975, as amended. Our programs and activities are open to the general public on an equal basis and without regard to any non-merit factor. Before booking we require that each charter passenger meets a set of Essential Eligibility Requirements to help Sailing Alaska determine whether or not the activities offered are suitable and safe you, for other participants and for our employees. It is essential that all participants understand that the Alaska wilderness and waters are very remote and are potentially dangerous. Very often, there is no cell phone service available. VHF radio service is often subject to reduced or limited signal propagation by mountains and contacting emergency services is not always possible. When such communications are possible, assistance from first responders or others may be delayed due to distance, geography, weather conditions and other factors. The risk of serious injury or death is a reality when participating in all activities offered by Sailing Alaska. It is important that all participants meet the Essential Eligibility Criteria to minimize such risks. Southeast Alaska is located in a temperate rainforest. It can be sunny with temperatures between 60 and 75 degrees Fahrenheit or there can be constant rain or drizzle for days or weeks with temperatures between the 40 to 60 degree Fahrenheit range and the waters are very cold. These conditions, when wet or immersed in the water, pose a risk of hypothermia quickly. Shoulder season months (April/May and September/October can be even cooler. Essential Eligibility Criteria For General Charter Participation each participant must have the ability to: follow verbal and/or visual instructions, wear all protective safety equipment recommended/required by industry standards, enter and exit the watercraft (boat, skiff) independently or with the assistance of a companion, remain seated and balanced aboard all watercraft using adaptive equipment if necessary, wear appropriate clothing for Southeast Alaska weather conditions at all times when outdoors, when properly dressed, be able to mentally and physically tolerate long periods of rain, dampness and cool temperatures between 40 and 60 degree Fahrenheit, move about the sailboat boat and tendered watercraft independently or with the assistance of a companion on trips in calm, choppy or rolling waters and when the boat is heeling, follow Sailing Alaska Limited'’s emergency procedures in the event of an accidentAscend a four stepped ladder with hand holds without assistance or with the assistance of a companion, descend a four stepped ladder with hand holds without assistance or with the assistance of a companion, and possess sufficient agility, strength and balance to transfer yourself from the sailboat to a small runabout vessel using a four stepped ladder using handholds and without assistance, have the ability to follow verbal and/or visual instructions. Essential Eligibility Criteria for Kayaking or skiing requires that each participant have the ability to enter and exit the watercraft (kayak) independently or with the assistance from the sailboat or runabout skiff, move a kayak through the water in a stable manner and return it to the sail boat independently or with the assistance of a companion safely, get out from under the watercraft (Kayak), remain face up in the water with the aid of a lifejacket, and make progress to the shoreline in the event the watercraft capsizes and have the ability to follow verbal and/or visual instructions.