What should I bring on the boat?
To fully enjoy your experience, you will want to be comfortable. Please consider our suggestions
on how to stay comfortable on an all-day charter or tour.
Even on a sunny day, the breeze off the glaciers can be chilling, especially when the boat is enroute to its
destination. We suggest dressing in layers, so that if you get too warm while fishing, you may remove a layer.
Also, be prepared for a variety of weather conditions. We have a saying in Alaska that if you don't like the
weather, wait five minutes. That's how quickly a rainy day can turn to sun, or vice versa.
You may want to consider bringing a rain coat or some type of water resistant clothing, a hat, and gloves. Rain
alone will not stop a charter or tour from departing. For local area forecast...click here!
Bring a lunch
If you are taking a charter, keep in mind that it will be a 10 -12 hour day. Please plan meals, snacks, and
beverages accordingly. You may bring a small cooler on the boat. Breakable containers and alcohol are not
permitted. If you are taking our scenic cruise, a deli-style lunch and beverages are provided. You are welcome
to bring additional snacks if you desire.
May we also suggest...
Consider bringing a sunscreen, camera, binoculars, and motion sickness medication if needed.
More about seasickness...click here.
Each charter fishing passenger 16 and older must have a valid Alaska fishing license (available for purchase atthe Front Desk and many other locations around the state). For more about preparing for your charter, please click here.