What should I bring on the boat??
To fully enjoy your day on the boat, you will need to be comfortable. This means dressing for the weather and keeping your
energy up so that you can concentrate on fishing or seeing and experiencing all that Alaska has to offer.
We suggest dressing in layers - perhaps a rain jacket or windbreaker-type jacket with a sweater, sweatshirt, or fleece
underneath. Remember, if you are fishing, you don't want to compromise your mobility while you're landing that big halibut or
putting up a good fight with a ling cod.
The ocean breeze can be chilling while the boat is in motion; however, on a nice, sunny day while the boat is anchored for
bottom fishing, it can get warm and you may want to remove those outer layers to stay comfortable. Consider a t-shirt as a
Don't forget your head and hands! Again, remember ease of motion when considering hand gear if you'll be fishing.
Food and Beverages
Expect to be on the water for 12 hours if you are fishing or 8 hours if you are going on the scenic tour. To enjoy your day,
you'll want sustenance to keep your energy up. For the tour, a deli-style lunch is provided (sandwich, chips, potato or
macaroni salad, and brownie or cookie and soda). You are welcome to bring additional snacks and drinks if you'd like.
For the charter boat, you will need to bring your lunch. You are welcome to bring a small backpack or small cooler for
your food and snacks.
Please remember: BREAKABLE CONTAINERS AND ALCOHOL ARE NOT PERMITTED!!
Also, bananas are considered bad luck on a fishing boat!! So, consider a different fruit option and save yourself the flack you
would get from your shipmates!
May We Also Suggest...
* Motion sickness precautions if desired.
* Camera & film.
* A good night's sleep the night before!