Discover Sea Wolf: A Craig Hospital Adventure Program 4/22-5/1
Juneau to Ketchikan
Please join us for an intimate 10-day, 9-night excursion to Alaska with Sea Wolf Adventures, April 22nd – May 1st, 2020. Alumni will fly into Petersburg, Alaska and out of Juneau where you will live on board the small cruise ship (only holds 18 people, 12 of whom are from Craig). Humpback whales, Orcas, Harbor Porpoise and Dall’s Porpoise, White Sided Dolphins, Stellar Sea Lion and numerous sea birds are just some of the species frequently sighted. In the rain forest we also hope to see black bear, brown bear, and mountain goats. We will average three to four hours of cruising each day. The rest of each day is spent exploring the glacial fjords and bays by kayak or hiking on shore. Our routes and anchorages are chosen to give us the most enjoyable opportunities to experience the rich and diverse environment of this temperate rain forest.
Feel free to browse Sea Wolf’s Website under 2020 Southeast Alaska!
Prices have generously been reduced to $2500 per person (actual cost of the trip is $7000), which includes a non-refundable deposit of $300 to reserve your spot (that will be used for the tip to the Sea Wolf crew). We can accept cash, check or credit card. This price does not include airfare.
If you are in need of financial assistance, please inquire about our Adventure Scholarship.
Please note that the Sea Wolf is a small boat—use to be a wooden mine sweeper—and has only 6 cabins, 3 of which can accommodate manual wheelchairs. Sorry but power chairs cannot be accommodated on this trip. We look forward to having you join us on this adventure!
If interested in this adventure trip, please email Adventures@craighospital.org with the following information, and the trip organizers will be in contact with you in the near future to discuss details:
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Visit the Craig Hospital Adventure Program webpage for more information, frequently asked questions, and staff contact information.
Lori Womeldorff or Danielle Scroggs