This tour is family friendly. In addition to wildlife and glacier viewing, you stop at Fox Island for a buffet of wild salmon and prime rib. During your stay, enjoy a presentation by a National Park Service Ranger.
Departs: 12:00 PM
5 Hour Tour
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Kenai Fjords Tours Fleet – Seating 150 passengers, their custom state-of-the-art catamarans and sightseeing vessels offer multi-level walk-around viewing decks, warm spacious inside seating, large picture windows and are restroom equipped.
Kenai Fjords Tours Staff – Their captains average 12 years of experience in Alaska. Through narration and a keen eye for spotting wildlife, they share their passion for this rich marine environment.
All Meals Included – All of their tours have a free meal included in the price of the tour. Many cruise departures include a stop at Fox Island for a remote Alaska experience. On Fox Island, enjoy a complimentary wild Alaska salmon and prime rib meal. Add a half-pound of chilled Alaska king crab for a nominal fee. On all other cruises, a complimentary meal is served onboard. A vegetarian option is available upon request. On all tours, a complimentary, piping-hot chocolate chip cookie is served onboard to each guest.
Breathe in the ageless spirit of Kenai Fjords National Park aboard Alaska’s newest fleet of custom catamarans and sightseeing vessels. Plan a family trip or charter a boat for conference team building, a private dinner cruise or employee appreciation day. Plan a family reunion or a wedding ceremony and celebration at their lodge on Fox Island.
• Several different cruise options
• Free parking in our private lot with free shuttle to the Seward Small Boat Harbor
• Private charters available
• National Park Service Partnership
• Free wildlife guide
• Exclusive visits to Fox Island
• National Park Service presentation on Fox Island
• Junior Ranger Program
• Day lodge accommodates 300 guests
• Free meals included in the price of every tour
What to wear…
Even on the warmest summer days, the temperature on the water can be cool, especially in front of the glaciers. We recommend guests dress in layers so they are comfortable at the different stages of the cruise. All of their vessels offer heated, enclosed cabins, but to really experience the wildlife and glaciers of Kenai Fjords, you’ll want to spend some time on the observation decks. Those planning to be on the outside viewing decks should bring a rainproof jacket, hat and gloves. Comfortable walking shoes with rubber soles are also important.