Alaska yacht charter
As the largest state in the US, Alaska offers a wealth of natural wonders along its seemingly endless coastline, best appreciated by a superyacht. Wildlife encounters are a certainty, with a plethora of birds, whales, and creatures that never fail to amaze, even for frequent visitors. If the timing is right, you might even catch a glimpse of a mother Alaskan moose and her calf. Drop anchor at Glacier Bay National Park, A UNESCO World Heritage Site renowned for its deep fjords and stunning glaciers, the domain of polar bears, humpback whales, and seals. Cruise through The Inside Passage – scenic waterway that stretches along Alaska’s southeastern coast and features picturesque islands, dense forests, and charming coastal towns. Try your hand at fishing for salmon, halibut, and other species that populate Alaska’s abundant waters. Discover Admiralty Island that is often referred to as the “Fortress of the Bears” due to its significant brown bear population.
Alaska’s cuisine is as diverse as its landscape, drawing from the bountiful resources of both land and sea. Spoil yourself with fresh seafood like salmon, halibut, king crab, shrimp and whitefish prepared in a variety of ways, from grilling and smoking to baking and pan-searing. Try local game meats like moose, caribou, and reindeer, often used in stews, sausages, and hearty dishes.
Explore Alaska’s coastal towns offering unique glimpses into local culture and history. Stop at Juneau to discover its rich history through museums, including the Alaska State Museum; immerse yourself in native culture by visiting the Totem Heritage Center and Saxman Native Village in Ketchikan; or learn about the Klondike Gold Rush at the Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park.