Alaska Charter Yachts

M/V Sea Wolf

M/V Sea Wolf

The 12 passenger historic Alaska yacht the M/V Sea Wolf maintains a flexible cruise itinerary that explores Glacier Bay, Alaska and British Columbia waters where larger cruise ships cannot venture-that is the beauty of small ship cruises. Flexibility in itinerary allows daily change of course to take full advantage of wildlife sightings.

The Sea Wolf is a comfortable 97′ expedition vessel expertly run by a fun, knowledgeable and enthusiastic crew of 5. Adventures aboard this active small ship cruise are suitable for people of all abilities, spanning the breadth of the Inside Passage. There is always an option to suit your mood- relaxing on the heated aft deck with a panoramic 180 degree view, long or short kayak paddles and hikes that range from beach strolls to accessing the mountain ridges.

Imagine yourself on a small ship in Glacier Bay, cruising through a pristine wilderness surrounded by soaring snow covered peaks carved by glaciers. Couple this with their expert crew and you have the ingredients for an unforgettable adventure!

All Glacier Bay small ship cruises are all accessible. The Sea Wolf has been renovated with wider decks, access to all public areas and 3 accessible staterooms. Modifications are “visit-ability” vs Americans with Disabilities Act. Everyone needs adventure and getting into a kayak and paddling through the wonders of nature is food for the soul.

Captain and Crew

Captain Kimber Owen has had a variety of life experiences with people, horses and wildlife. She has participated in many equine and wildlife studies, nurturing her love for nature and the conservation of wildlife and habitat. A driving passion of hers is providing opportunities for adventure and immersion in the wilderness for people of all abilities. Alaska has always been in her heart. Sailing on a romantic historical ship plying the coasts of Alaska, British Columbia and the San Juan Islands of Washington, showing people the wonders of nature – what better life could there be!

Vessel Specifications

  • 97′ Ocean-Going Vessel
  • 12 Passenger Capacity
  • 5-6 Crew
  • Main Viewing Salon
  • Covered Aft Viewing/Dining Deck enclosed in Eisen Glass and Heated
  • Large Outdoor Viewing Deck behind Wheelhouse
  • Covered Side Decks
  • Extensive Natural History Library
  • 6 Double Kayaks
  • 18′ Rigid Inflatable
  • 3 Accessible Staterooms, wide decks & onboard Mckinnon Hugger


  • Shipboard Accommodations
  • Bedding, Linens
  • Ship Excursions
  • Expert Captain, Crew Chef and Guides
  • All meals and beverages
  • Packing suggestions, boat time schedules and connecting flight schedules

Why Go?

1. Beautifully restored 97′ Alaska small ship in the heart of Glacier Bay National Park

2. Expert & adventurous captain and crew

3. Accessible Adventure!


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Passengers 12
Length 97'
Staterooms 6
Crew Captain, Mate, Guide/Naturalists, Chef
Area of Service Alaska, Inside Passage, Glacier Bay Natonal Park, British Columbia
Activities Custom Charters, Photography, Archaeology, Natural History, Whale/Wildlife Viewing, Birding, hiking, kayaking
Equipment 18' foot rigid inflatable, 6 kayaks

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