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Welcome to the Jamal! The Jamal is an elegantly appointed 75-foot luxury yacht skippered by a USCG licensed captain and certified crew who have over 25 years of experience together and Alaska is an amazing location to charter the Jamal for just about any occasion! From your own custom luxury vacation cruise (and maybe a little whale watching), special events including weddings and birthday parties, to business events including corporate retreats and company meetings.
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A typical ten-day charter in Southeast Alaska could look like this:
Day 1: Juneau, Alaska’s capital, is the largest and most cosmopolitan city in Southeast Alaska (population of 29,000). There are many gift shops, tours to Mendenhall Glacier, see the city, visit the Red Dog Saloon.
Day 2: Tracy Arm has the North and South Sawyer glaciers at its head, 26 miles from our anchorage in an unnamed bay. Both of these are calving glaciers. We will wind our way (carefully) through the ice flows and icebergs scooping up glacier ice for the ice chest. The scenery is beautiful with steep rocky walls and waterfalls on both sides of the arm.
Day 3: Cannery Cove, located on the east side of Admiralty Island, was the site of a cannery in the 1920s. It is a beautiful setting where we will crab and watch for bear feeding along the shore at low tide.
Day 4: Snug Cove, located in Gambier Bay, is another favorite. It is well protected from winds and is perfect for kayaking as well as bear watching. Gambier Bay has many small coves among the islets and reefs and is worth exploring.
Day 5: Baranof Warm Springs is a must. It has a huge, beautiful 100-foot waterfall and natural hot springs. We will take the boardwalk and trail to the lake and sit in the hot springs next to the falls. There is a 250-foot public float where we can tie.
Day 6: Red Bluff Bay has probably the most spectacular combination of mountains, waterfalls and ice fields. We will anchor near a drying mud flat, known as Bear Meadow.
Day 7: Bay Bear Bay is one of the most sheltered anchorages around. Once inside through the narrow entrance, it seems totally landlocked. This is also a really protected bay where we can kayak.
Day 8: Sitka, the oldest and, what most people consider to be the most beautiful city in Southeast Alaska. See the city and visit the National Historic Park, which is the site of a Tlingit Indian Fort and had a large collection of Haida and Tlinget totem poles.
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