The M/V Sea Wolf is an 97' ocean-going ship that carries 12 passengers plus 5-6 crew in comfort. The Sea Wolf is an amazing expedition platform for small ship cruising, wildlife spotting, kayaking and Alaska whale watching. Every stateroom has an en-suite bathroom with shower. Thanks to a recent renovation allowing for wheelchair access, the Sea Wolf is also a go-to vessel for anyone desiring an accessible kayaking adventure.
Sea Wolf Review
In this detailed review of the Sea Wolf, find the complete small ship description with deck plans and a photo gallery. After reading through our Sea Wolf review below, contact our Alaska cruise experts for more information and to compare this ship with other Alaskan small ships and yachts.
The Sea Wolf is an incredibly stable vessel for a wonderful small ship cruising adventure.
Common Areas & Activities Aboard Sea Wolf
The Sea Wolf has many guest areas including a main viewing salon, covered aft viewing/dining deck and a wonderful wide bow. The aft deck is enclosed in Eisen glass with an 180-degree view and is heated. The side decks are also covered for your sightseeing comfort. Note that smoking is not permitted aboard the Sea Wolf, even on outdoor decks.
The Sea Wolf carries an extensive naturalist library for its guests to enjoy. The Sea Wolf crew, many who are local Alaskans, are all fun, knowledgeable and eager to share their naturalist lore and stories. The Sea Wolf is equipped with 6 double kayaks for guests and 2 guide kayaks. It also has an 18-foot rigid inflatable for shore excursions.
Meals Aboard Sea Wolf
The dedicated Sea Wolf crew believes in supporting local businesses, growers and fishermen. Its salmon, halibut, spot prawns and Dungeness crab are all harvested in Southeast Alaska by local fishermen. There is nothing better than wild Alaska salmon, right off the hook or halibut or Dungeness crabs straight from the crab pot to the steamer to your plate! Sea Wolf chefs try to use mostly fresh and organic produce and most baked goods are prepared on board. They can cater to most any special diets (with advance notice): vegan, vegetarian, gluten free and low-fat. Wine and beer are served complimentary with dinner. Special wild foraging themed departures are sometimes available to showcase cuisine made with foraged Alaskan fare.
Accessible Adventure Cruises Aboard Sea Wolf
A cruise on the Sea Wolf can be a unique opportunity for passengers with and without disabilities to experience remote wilderness up close and share the unique bond that comes of living that close to the elements together. Thanks to a recent remodel, the Sea Wolf is now able to carry individuals of most abilities. With the decks being widened to 32 inches, having three of six staterooms wheelchair visitable, and two lifts installed for circulation between the three decks, all public areas are accessible making it the perfect ship for everyone. Having a crew that is competent and sensitive related to the individuality of one’s needs, this boat and an itinerary is enthusiastically recommend to any paraplegic with good upper body strength or quad with a trustworthy companion, a sense of adventure and the ability to be comfortable in a manual wheelchair. A McKinnon Hugger is available to lift persons with disabilities into kayaks for wilderness paddles. If you require a wheelchair or have any other special needs, contact AdventureSmith to see if this cruise is a good fit for you.
Cabins Aboard Sea Wolf
Every stateroom aboard Sea Wolf has an en-suite bathroom with shower. Rooms are intimate yet fully functional and efficient.
#1 Moose Room
10 x 14 feet, below deck with 2 standard twins overhead and one double, 6’6 in length
#2 Bear Room
6.5 x 9 feet, main deck port with 2 twins over/under, 6’6 in length, wheelchair accessible
#3 Wolf Room
6.5 x 9 feet, main deck starboard with 2 twins over/under, 6’6 length, wheelchair accessible
#4 Otter Room
6.5 x 7 feet, wheelhouse deck port with under twin (standard) and over twin 30"/ 6’3 in length
#5 Orca Room
6.5 x 7 feet, wheelhouse deck port with 2 twins over/under, 6’6 length, wheelchair accessible
#6 Puffin Room
7 x 7 feet, wheelhouse deck starboard, under twin (standard) and over twin 30"/ 6’3 in length