Venture far beyond the large ports of Southeast Alaska to the untrammeled, glacial-ringed Prince William Sound. Home to rugged islands, the second largest national forest in the U.S., and an astounding 150 glaciers, this remote region offers a perfect balance of adventure and tranquility, as well as fascinating history and the charm of remote Alaska villages.
Be one of few to explore a remote region known for rugged islands, towering forests, and more than 150 glaciers.
Travel in the wake of John Muir and the 1899 Harriman Expedition through College Fjord, then described as “a great ice chest.”
Encounter diverse marine life including humpbacks, porpoises, sea lions, and seals from the bow of our small ship or at water-level on Zodiacs.
Hike or join a white-water rafting trip outside Valdez after strolling its streets and learning its fascinating modern history.
Visit the quintessential Alaskan town of Cordova, and taste the difference of its famed Copper River salmon.