NATURE AWAITS IN SOUTHEAST ALASKA
"Not just the best experience of a lifetime, but leave with lifetime friends." Tom L.
TOURS WITH SEAK NAUTICAL ADVENTURES
SEAK (Southeast Alaska) Nautical Adventures gives travelers a unique view of Alaska’s “First City.” With mountains, forests, islands and the sea itself to explore, your small cruise adventure brings you up close to Alaska’s sights and best-kept secrets. Plus, no need to worry about unfavorable weather, our yacht has covered and comfortable seating so you can enjoy the sites no matter the forecast.
Picture yourself alongside your family and friends whale watching, island exploring, dining on your daily catch and sunset cruising. You'll see Ketchikan’s best sights, sounds, and sea life that can’t be reached by land or commercial cruise ships. Step away from the hustle and bustle of town and voyage the picturesque Alaskan waters with us. Join one of our daily tours or let us customize the perfect trip for you.
Locally owned and operated by licensed captain.
"Great people! Beautiful boat!" - Angie V., Swanville, MN
"Whales right beside the boat! Scenery is amazing. Had a great time! Thanks for the crab Cpt. Mike." - Donna R., NM
Experience Southeast Alaska up close on a small, private yacht tour.
We offer 3 Hour Tours*:
• 8:00 AM
• 11:30 AM
• 3:00 PM
• 6:30 PM
*Tour times are flexible for the 2019 Cruise Ship Schedule.
If you're looking for a single day, overnight or multi-day trip, we'll cater to your style and help you design the perfect nautical adventure to some of the great destinations Southeast Alaska has to offer.
"Every part of our stay aboard the Volare was catered to what we wanted to do. Michael went above and beyond our expectations."
- Andrea N., Sheridan, WY
*Packages starting at $2,200 for up to four guests*
(Discounts for groups of more than four)
Beverages (coffee, water + soda)
A souvenir SEAK Nautical Adventures reusable water bottle
Dinner (local fare)
Coffee, tea, water, soda
Beverage service available upon request (bring your own alcoholic beverages)
Non-slip shoes or boots
A warm, water resistant jacket and layering clothes
A hat and/or sunglasses
MEET YOUR CAPTAIN
Hi. My name is Mike.
When you’re going adventuring, it’s important to know who’s guiding you along the way.
I moved to Alaska from small town Wisconsin in 2001, and really, I never looked back. I realized the limitless opportunities for adventure and stayed. The thing about nature is that it’s equal parts art and science, and I’ve done my fair share of learning the science:
Graduate of National Outdoor Leadership School (NOLS), an outdoor education school that teaches technical outdoor skills, wilderness medicine and environmental ethics.
Logged several days kayaking in Prince William Sound, hiking the Talkeetna Mountains and mountaineering glaciers.
Sailed from Ketchikan to San Francisco, and have participated in many races – most recently the Race to Alaska, a 750-mile course from Port Townsend, WA up the coast to Ketchikan.
Licensed captain and First Aid certified.
As for the art, that one is up to you. But if you want to immerse yourself in Alaska’s wilderness by sea or by land, I’m happy to show you the way.