Alaska Boating Adventure?

Thinking that 2013 might be the year to charter a boat in the fantastic inland waters of Southeast Alaska? Well now’s the time to get serious. The availability of really nice boats to charter is limited and it’s time to plan and make your reservations. And be sure to give yourself and your family or friends enough time to explore and enjoy the trip. If you plan on “hard core” fishing, a week may be enough but anything else, whether it is whale watching, visiting Glacier Bay National Park, looking for bears, or just to relax and seek some fabulous photographic moments, take more time.   June is the top of the King salmon season around Juneau. The silvers can be hot in July and August, especially if you travel to the Elfin Cove area. Take a trip up to Skagway and have fun re-living the Gold Rush days.

The Nordic Quest is a pristine vessel just like your own boat. So check out the Charter page and click on Nordic Tug Charters and check its availability. 2013 charter dates are filling fast.

About Fred Cooper

Alaska resident at the time of statehood and returns annually; professional civil engineer and for 35 years owner of an engineering company; skipper of the Nordic Quest; author, avid fisherman and world traveler. Lives with his wife and their water-loving standard schnauzer in Portland, Oregon.
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