Explore the breathtaking Misty Fjords National Monument, one of nature’s most spectacular creations, while cruising aboard our custom designed high speed 30’ ACB (Aluminum Chambered Boat).
Intimate wilderness voyage to one of Alaska’s most scenic treasures
Feel the magnitude of nature while learning the fascinating history of Rudyerd Bay, the fjords, and Punchbowl Cove on our Ketchikan Misty Fjords wilderness cruise excursion.
What makes our Misty Fjords tours unique is that we offer the only customized boat charter to the fjords. You are the captain of your ship! If you decide you would like to stop and enjoy certain areas of the Misty Fjords longer, perhaps New Eddystone Rock, an immense volcanic spire rising from the emerald sea, or the abundant coastal and marine wildlife including bald eagles, black and brown bears, humpback and orca whales and more, we will do so.
Begin your Misty Fjords Expedition from Ketchikan Cruise Ship Dock, Berth 3.
Misty Fjords is about 40 miles east of Ketchikan, Alaska, along the Inside Passage coast in southeastern Alaska, and approximately two hours (one way) by boat.
Revel in your private Ketchikan Misty Fjords boat tours through this splendid two million acre wilderness preserve surrounded by 3,000 ft vertical cliffs, glacial fjords, cascading waterfalls, and abundant marine and coastal wildlife.
We prioritize safety, comfort, enjoyment, and exceeding your expectations!
30’ Aluminum Chambered Boat with twin Honda 250 outboards, heated cabin and restroom on board, life jackets and light snacks provided; smooth riding, superior maneuverability, generous deck, and great visibility for memorable photos.
Tour duration is 4.5 hours
Four-person minimum seating up to 6 passengers
What to Bring
Check the current weather forecast in Ketchikan and pack appropriate clothing for the conditions.
When exploring Alaska, it is important to have the correct clothing to stay warm and comfy. Pack clothing items that can be layered, a lightweight shirt, a sweater and a lightweight jacket, allowing you to adapt to the varying temperatures. Lightweight rain gear, waterproof hiking shoes or sneakers help keep you and your feet dry and cozy. Gloves, scarves, and dry socks prevent you from getting chilled. Pack a hat and sunglasses. We provide binoculars to enhance wildlife viewing opportunities. Be sure to bring your camera and rainproof jacket.
Remote Black Bear Viewing in Traitor’s Cove via 30’ Aluminum Chambered Boat. Among the old growth rainforest, pristine rivers, striking mountains, and soaring eagles is the powerful black bear. Explore a nook of the Last Frontier and witness the noble black bears feasting, frolicking, or slumbering in the wild.