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Frequently Asked Questions:

  • Where do we meet you? In the Seward Boat Harbor at the South Boat Launch, (photo of launch) next to the Kenai Fjords National Park Service Visitor Center. This is the only public launch ramp at the south end of the harbor. City parking lots are across the street and on the breakwater. I pride myself on punctuality. Please be on the dock ready to go 15 minutes before the trip so I can keep all my clients happy. Please arrive in Seward at least a half an hour before your departure to park your car and unload your gear on the dock.

  • Can we bring our dog(s)? Of course. The price is according to size.

  • When do you have trips to Kayaker's Cove? When you schedule the trip unless there is another trip scheduled and availability for your party.

  • How much is it to get to Kayaker's Cove? You can view the rates page at

  • How much does it cost for a round trip to Granite Point Mountain Lodge? You can view the rates page at

  • Do you take people to Bear Glacier Lagoon? Definitely. Call to schedule your personalized trip. Guided trips can be arranged.

  • Do you take hunters out? Of course. My game transporter's license is #986.

  • Do you do sightseeing tours? Certainly. Call me at 907-362-4101 or 907-201-0542 or email me and schedule your personalized sightseeing tour.

  • How far do you go? Port Bainbridge or Chenega is about as far to the east as I would take you and McCarty Fjord is about as far to the west as I would go.

  • Do you take people to Day Harbor or other locations east of Cape Resurrection? Of course. Let me know when you want to go.

  • Do you take people to Aialik Bay or Northwestern Fjord? Certainly. I take people to either of those fjords. I can typically get clients very close to the public use cabins. Please call for prices and specific locations.

  • Can we bring food and beverages? Certainly. Bring what you like.

  • Covid-19 Precautions - Please wear a mask/buff/scarf if you plan to sit in the cabin. Use gloves if you like. The surfaces in the cabin and hand rails are bleached and wiped clean between groups. Groups are typically confined to families or friends. If groups are mixed separation/distancing can be attained by putting one group in the cabin and one group on deck. 

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