Disembarking the ship, you will be met on the pier and after signing your waiver and being offered rain gear, you will board your transportation and travel approximately 20 minutes outside of town to where your kayaks are waiting.
Arriving at this small camp located in a remote clearing at the water's edge, you'll receive a brief instructional and safety talk before being assisted into your fiberglass, double sea kayak by the helpful staff. Setting out, your guides will navigate you on a route that takes you around two small islands where curious seals play and eagles soar overhead. On occasion, Orca, Humpbacks, deer, mink and otter have been sighted.
After approximately 90-minutes of paddling, you'll return to camp where a warm fire awaits and snacks have been set out for you. Relax and enjoy the peaceful setting while interacting with the Alaskan guides before re-boarding your van and heading back to the ship.
Please note: The tour is not available to guests who utilize a wheelchair or those guests with mobility concerns. Participants should be in good physical condition. It is recommended to dress warmly in layers and wear flat, closed-toe shoes. Rain gear, paddling equipment and life jackets are provided. There are no single kayaks. Children must be accompanied by an adult parent or guardian. The tour is not recommended for guests over 6'6" tall or over 250 lbs as they may not fit comfortably in the kayak. Operation of the tour is dependent upon prevailing weather and sea conditions.