S.E. Alaska by Sea Kayak and Beautiful Classic Boat, M/V Sea Wolf & Seawolf Adventures!

The Gorgeous 97-foot M/V SEA WOLF on an Alaska Trip of a Life Time!

with Jennifer Hahn, Naturalist/Kayak Guide 
& Crew of the M/V SEAWOLF, Gustavus, Alaska


10-Day Adventure

4/29-5/08, 2019: Sitka-Glacier Bay, Alaska Exploration!

Your adventure starts with your first evening (April 29) spent at the the Sitka Hotel also the place with the best dinners in town. We recommend if you come in early to go explore the Sitka National Historic Park, the Sitka Sound Science Center and other wonderful cultural places of interest. 
April 30-May 3: 
You will board the Sea Wolf at 2pm April 30 to start our exploration of Baranof, Admiralty, Chichagof Islands and Glacier Bay National Park. Depending on weather we have 2 routes equally beautiful to cruise toward Glacier Bay where we spend our last 4 days.
  • Explore the outside coastlines that offer incredible vista's epic island and shoreline kayak explorations and numerous hikes.
  • From Sitka we can cruise the Inside waters, Island hopping and navigating through narrow scenic straits. there are many coves to tuck into for adventurous paddles and wandering hikes. 
May 4-May 8: we will be exploring Glacier Bay National Park West Arm- a magical place where we paddle in front of tidewater glaciers, hike the shores and mountains and watch bears grazing along the beaches. Early spring is the best time for wildlife of all kinds. The birds are migrating, the bears foraging to regain weight lost in denning, the wolves trot along the beach highways while hunting and the moose are down low grazing on tender sedges and willow. May 8: Disembark in Gustavus at 10:00 AM for flights to Juneau.  

Contact Sea Wolf Adventures

Sea Wolf Adventures
P.O Box 312
Gustavus, AK 99826

Office: 907-957-1438
E-Mail kimber@seawolfadventures.netwww.seawolfadventures.net


2013 SUMMER TRIPS with Jennifer Hahn:

“When the tide is out, the table is set.” --Tlingit proverb.

6-Day Glacier Bay Alaska Kayak
Wilderness Adventures Aboard the M.V. Sea Wolf

Our 6 day adventures takes us from the ancient rainforest of Icy Straits up to the barren mountain faces of the east and west arms of Glacier Bay. 100's of miles of glacial fjords are there for you to enjoy by kayak, hike or cruise. This adventure is suitable for all abilities and desired level of activity. On our explorations we have the possibilities of seeing the coastal brown bears, black bears and the rare glacier bear, as well as wolves, mountain goats, moose and a myriad of other land and marine mammals. We promise you will see glaciers, towering mountains that come straight up from the sea and the acrobatic humpback whales. All of this and more make up the magic of Glacier Bay!

JULY 21-26   & 
JULY 28-Aug 2, 2013
TASTE OF ALASKA: Wild Foraging & Glacier Bay Exploration

There is nothing as tasty as this 6-day foraging, feasting, and exploring on foot and by kayak the unsurpassed beauty of Glacier Bay. This is a pampered wilderness trip. Your "mothership" is  the M.V. SEAWOLF—a luxury small ship w/ fleet of sea kayaks! National Geographic noted SEA WOLF ADVENTURE trips one of the top 50 trips in the world! Our chef, Laura Cowan and naturalist/guide, Jennifer Hahn, will prepare wild dishes throughout the trip made from delicious foods we harvest including wild berries,  sea vegetables, sea urchins, beach greens and more as we kayak among whales, otters, icebergs and the unsurpassed beauty of Glacier Bay and Icy Strait. Luxurious staterooms and salon. (No kayak experience necessary--a sense of adventure).
INFO: www.seawolfadventures.net/

AUGUST 4 - 9, 2013 
AUGUST 11 - 16, 2013

Small-ship Cruise aboard M.V. SEAWOLF—a luxury small ship w/ fleet of sea kayaks. (No kayak experience necessary--just a sense of adventure). National Geographic noted SEA WOLF ADVENTURE trips in Glacier Bay as one of the top 50 trips in the world! We'll hike on bear trails, explore a tide-water glacier up-close on foot (by overland hike), and kayak among whales, otters, icebergs and the unsurpassed beauty of Glacier Bay and Icy Strait. SEAWOLF brings together a crew that will nurture you with deck-side decadent meals prepared by Chef Laura Cowan. Our captain will find us scenic anchorages every gorgeous night (although the sun won't set until midnight...so you watch for bears and wolves along shore). This is a trip of a life time!  
MORE INFO: www.seawolfadventures.net/

To make a reservation please email us at:
or call 907-957-1438.
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An exploration of British Columbia's

Great Bear Rainforest

September 12-22, 2013 
September 12-22, 2014
11 Days/10 Nights
Jennifer Hahn, Naturalist, Kayak Guide


Our voyage to the wild archipelagos of coastal British Columbia allows us an unparalleled window into an ancient, more magical world-one in which all life is inextricably linked to the sea. Join the M/V Sea Wolf at Ketchikan, Alaska where we will leave the standard cruise routes behind. We will embark on a voyage along a coast so convoluted with glacier carved fjords, channels, inlets and islands that a distance measurement of the actual coastline is virtually impossible. Life here is governed by the sea's rhythms and nutrient rich waters. Salmon, bears, wolves and whales!

FOR MORE INFO: www.seawolfadventures.net/

September 29-October 6, 2013 
8 Days/7 Nights
With Jennifer Hahn, Dr. Geoff Hammerson, Audrey
Benedict, Bob Rozinski & Wendy Shattil, Sarah Drummond 
ABOARD the Classic beautiful wood boat: M/V Catalyst  

Thousands of years before Europeans first arrived in the Pacific Northwest, the Coastal Salish people flourished along the shores of one of the most biologically rich inland seas in the world— the Salish Sea. Named in honor of those first inhabitants, the Salish Sea straddles the Canadian border and includes Washington’s Puget Sound, the Strait of Juan de Fuca, the San Juan Islands, and British Columbia’s Gulf Islands and the Strait of Georgia.  

Once again, our “classroom afloat” is the superbly comfortable M/V Catalyst, a 76-foot lovingly restored wooden boat built in 1932 as the floating laboratory for the University of Washington. Jennifer Hahn, one of the Northwest’s foremost naturalists, kayak guides, and an award-winning author, joins our naturalist team at the helm and will also share the cultural history of the coastal First Peoples as well as the culinary delights to be found at the sea’s edge. Guest scientists for this voyage include Dr. Joe Gaydos, director of the SeaDoc Society, a science-based marine conservation program associated with the UC Davis Veterinary Medicine/Wildlife Health Center, and Russel Barsh and Madrona Murphy, founders of Kwiáht, the Center for the Historical Ecology of the Salish Sea. To extend our learning beyond the intertidal zone, Dr. Gaydos and his dive team will conduct a “virtual dive” for us—transmitting live coverage of the magical deep-sea world to a big-screen TV on board the Catalyst for us all to enjoy—without having to don a wet suit!
Our goal is to create a Conservation if Focus SALISH SEA photo book that truly captures the essence of the Salish Sea region—as well as the environmental challenges looming on the horizon. Refine your natural history understanding, be inspired, and learn how you can make a difference!
Price: $2,550 (includes a $500 deposit)
Group Size: 12 
Price Includes: 5 nights/6 days aboard the M/V Catalyst, all meals and beverages (including wine and beer), 2 nights’ lodging (September 29 & October 5 in Friday Harbor on San Juan Island), two group dinners ashore, all instruction by our photographic and naturalist leaders, guest lecturers, full sea kayak outfitting, Catalyst’s four-person crew and all gratuities, a copy of our group-produced photo book, and a copy of Jennifer’s Pacific Feast. The price quoted is per person based on double occupancy.  

Need more information? Visit the Pacific Catalyst website at www.pacificcatalyst.com for boat pictures, cabin details, interior spaces and amenities, and crew biographies.

1-Day Coastal Kayak Foraging & Wild Food Feast!
Elakah Kayak Expeditions
Lummi Island & San Juans, Washington


Elakah's homeport is Bellingham, WA. It was founded by Jennifer Hahn in 1989 and is owned by Mike Passo.
Mike can book your custom foraging-by-kayak trips
if Jennifer is available--or with another wild foodie / guide!
More Info: http://elakah.com/
PH (360) 734-7270