Sail Alaska Information
Here’s a good link to look at about insects: http://www.alaska.org/advice/mosquitoes-in-alaska. Jim Says: southeast Alaska is not as bad as you would expect, but you should have bug nets that cover your face and 100% Deet works when we are in a buggy anchorage.
Loonies and US quarters. I have found it is less expensive if you let the operator do the wash and fold for you.
No, Sail Alaska does not supply you or your crew with Canadian or US fishing licenses. If you would like to fish you are responsible for purchasing them.
Purchase your Canadian Fishing & Shellfish Licenses Here:
Purchase an Out of State Alaska Fishing License Here:
Licenses, Stamps & Tags – http://www.adfg.alaska.gov/index.cfm?adfg=huntlicense.prices
Purchase a Non-Resident Washington State Fishing License & Resident License Here:
No, Sail Alaska does not insure your boat. You are responsible for your own boat and insurance.
Yes. We purchase a group pass. It is essential that you let us know the total amount of permits needed for your boat. The purchase amount for each boat is then taken out of the deposit money.
It is important to beaware of the rules and guidelines of how to act when there, So please click here to learn about Anan Wildlife Observatory Permits, in AK:
Since you were the first to ask, you will have to build a bow drill to start the first camp fire.
Potlucks can be very competitive, bring your best recipes. Extra points are given for items found or caught.
Maybe one a week if we find a beach or dock and the weather permits.
We recommend scheduling well in advance of your departure date. Most boat yards have a hard time fitting boats in for work especially during the beginning cruising months & just before. Getting your boat on the schedule is essential for timely service work completion. We highly recommend getting your boat serviced in the fall or winter months when boat yards are less busy.
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