What to Bring

Dress casually with plenty of layers. It's helpful to bring both warm clothing and clothes that repel water. It rains a lot in Southeast Alaska! A typical outfit would be a long-sleeved shirt, sweatshirt, and raingear. Don't forget your gloves and hats if you are not used to the cold, and we highly recommend water repellent shoes on deck. Bring warm-weather clothing as well, including shorts and bathing suits, and hope for some sunshine.  Pack lightly, as storage will be limited. Don't forget all the other trip essentials, such as  your camera, toiletries, sunscreen, and bug dope, just in case. 

If we are to harvest seeasfood on board you will need a fishing license for the duration of the trip. You can access this online at: http://www.adfg.alaska.gov/index.cfm?adfg=license.main


Avg. Hi Temp Avg. Low Temp Daylight
May 55


16 hours
June 60 45 18 hours
July 64 48 17 hours
August 62 47 15 hours
September 55 43 13 hours
Annual precipitation: 54.4 inches.
Source: Alaska Tour and Travel. Includes all of Southeast Alaska.