North America Alaska Cruise

Sea Wolf Glacier Bay Adventure

The 7-day Sea Wolf Glacier Bay Adventure is the only small ship cruise out of all Alaska cruises that spends most of its itinerary inside Alaska’s famed Glacier Bay National Park. The itinerary travels from waterfall-laden Geike Inlet to the barren mountain faces of the East arm of Glacier Bay National Park, then routes outside the park to Point Adolphus for whale watching. Hundreds of miles of glacial fjords are here to enjoy by kayak, hike and small ship cruise, including the cascading Marjorie Glacier and Reid Glacier, offering its ice worms and glacial silt facials. 

Homebase for exploration is the historic 12-passenger small ship M/V Sea Wolf. Because this is an Alaska owned and operated adventure, and due to the Sea Wolf’s small size, the Sea Wolf Glacier Bay Adventure has the flexibility and local knowledge to venture to unique locales. If the fish are running, Sea Wolf might head to the Tongass; if bears are active on Chichagof Island, the ship may sail there to view them.

The highlight is exploring Glacier Bay National Park in the company of expert local guides on exciting small ship explorations with hikes and kayaking excursions right from the boat. Each day offers the possibility of seeing the coastal brown bears and black bears as well as wolves, mountain goats, coyotes and moose. Glacier Bay National Park is also home to numerous seals, sea lions, sea otters, humpback and orca whales along with hundreds of bird species. Marvel at breathtaking glaciers, towering mountains that shoot up from the sea and the acrobatic humpback whales. Close out the trip with a cultural visit to the Huna Tribal House and its exhibits. 

The 7-day Sea Wolf Glacier Bay Adventure includes a pre-cruise hotel overnight at the Annie Mae Lodge (or similar) in Gustavus and also includes roundtrip flights between Juneau and Gustavus. Talk to an Adventure Specialist for more information on the magic that is the Sea Wolf Glacier Bay Adventure Cruise.