Experience your Alaskan adventure aboard a 50′ sailboat. Sail amongst icebergs and whales. Watch for bears, moose and seabirds. We are completely equipped for your fun, safety, and comfort on our modern boat with four separate double cabins with private heads and showers.

Find Your Perfect Alaskan Adventure

Alaskans love showing off Alaska, especially while sailing the spectacular waters of the Inside Passage. We think this is the best of Alaska and are proud to provide trips exploring Glacier Bay National Park, Admiralty Island National Monument, and the Tongass National Forest. The wildlife and scenery are remarkable, and it seems like something incredible happens every day. Whether your goal is photographing brown bears feeding, seeing humpback whales, kayaking through icebergs, hooking onto a big fish, or adding new birds to your “life-list”, we look forward to sharing this majestic area with you!

Upcoming Trips

  • Glacier Bay National Park, 10 or 8 day
  • Glaciers and Fjords, 7 day
  • Outer Coast Hike and Hot Springs, 7 day
  • Alaska Islands and Hot Springs, 7 day

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Sound Sailing has a special use permit from the US Forest Service allowing us to comply with, and access the Tongass National Forest. We are an Authorized Concessioner of the National Park Service, Department of the Interior -allowing us to sail in Glacier Bay National Park.

We also hold permits to operate in Alaska State Marine Parks and the City and Borough of Sitka recreation lands. Sound Sailing is an equal opportunity employer and provider. We are US Coast Guard licensed, certified, and fully insured. NOAA permitted and ADF&G licensed fishing guides. We are proud to follow WhaleSENSE guidelines when viewing marine mammals.

Sound Sailing strongly supports anti-discrimination in businesses everywhere. We support keeping public lands open to all, and strive to protect this invaluable resource and the wildlife within for future generations.


National Park Service Authorized Concessioner