Possessing some of the most dramatic and beautiful landscapes in
the world, the majestic islands, stunning alpine lakes and
snow-capped mountains of Alaska make for an unparalleled yachting
destination, guaranteed to satisfy ones hunger for adventure in the
great outdoors. From the blue ice of the massive glaciers and
fjords to the amazing flora and fauna, this vast and bountiful land
is simply breathtaking. An Alaskan charter vacation
brings you closer to nature than you ever dreamt possible, offering
the rare opportunity to witness grizzly bears, bald eagles, and
hump back whales, all from the comfort of your luxury yacht. Known
as the Land of the Midnight Sun, where during the summer there are
21 hours of daylight, unbelievable experiences are found to be
As there are few places as grand as Alaska, encompassing more land
than Texas, California and Montana combined and a coastline that
stretches 33,000 miles long, there will be much to explore on your
Here is a brief checklist of places worth visiting in Alaska during
charter vacation . Bring back wonderful memories from this
Anchorage is a simply unique destination situated in the most
spectacular part of Alaska. Defined by six incredible mountain
ranges and warmed up by maritime climate, Anchorage is open all
year round for adventurous visitors with a sense for discovery!
Besides being the ultimate natural reservoir, Anchorage also is
also a fantastic modern city boasting great panoramic views.
The summer days seem endless which requires some adaptation. The
dazzling flora of the region embellishes local houses and
storefronts. As for the fauna, the kings of rivers, “silver
salmons”, can be seen right downtown! In the wintertime Anchorage
is a marvelous city to explore. Thousands of lights sparkle up the
city center and permanent visitors, elks, often stroll down the
city’s streets! What you experience in Anchorage will embrace more
than nature alone. Your luxury
charter vacation will be the perfect opportunity to observe the
fauna of this wonderful city abounded with history and adventure.
You days will be filled with lifelong wild memories.
Are you ready to see gigantic grizzly bears? Or to take a snapshot
of stunning whales while walking down Seward St.? Get ready to fall
upon some amazing beaver dams when on a walk past one of the
numerous picturesque streams crossing the city. Ready, set, go!
Join the inhabitants of this small coastal town. While visiting the
most graceful town in the southeastern part of Alaska, prepare
yourself to admire the amazing snow-capped mountains in the east
and listen to the soft murmur of the Pacific in the west. Despite
the chilliness, Sitka is of a rather mild climate. The town and its
friendly inhabitants will welcome you with love and open arms.
While exploring what was once the capital of the region under the
Russian rule, you will fall upon some noteworthy monuments. Visit
the Sheldon Jackson College, a museum exhibiting more than two
centuries of history of the Indian, Russian and American
communities, the region’s past inhabitants.
Come visit Alaska’s capital since 1906. You will see and comprehend
why so many people choose to visit the city or inhabit it
permanently. See humpback whales during the day, meet with friends
or family for dinner, admire wonderful shows downtown and finish
the evening off with a beer in one of the famous pubs. The most of
activities are offered by friendly inhabitants who will surely
recommend fabulous sites hidden under a veil of snow.
Skagway is a first-class borough in the southeastern part of
Alaska. The Klondike Highway, linking Alaska with Dawson City,
Yukon, begins in Skagway. This historic Alaskan city was at the
height of glory at the turn of the last century. During the
Klondike Gold Rush an infinite number of gold miners passed through
Utterly picturesque, Skagway is home to some original buildings and
numerous museums. The city’s museum traces the history of Alaska’s
pioneers and their arrival to Skagway. At the exposition you will
be able to admire rowboats, sculptures and unusual artifacts and
participate in many games explaining the Gold Rush period. Visit
the tombs of all the prominent figures of the region, including
that of Soapy Smith. Do not forget your camera with you as on the
way to the cemetery and on the site itself you will want to take a
number of great snapshots.
In Skagway you will find a part of the only national historic park
in the country. The Klondike Gold Rush National Historic Park
preserves and interprets Klondike’s history between 1897 and 1898.
In the park, 15 of the original buildings are successfully
reconstructed. In the summer tourists eagerly hike, bike, observe
birds, go kayaking, camping, fishing, horseback riding, or hunting.
Join in and experience all these activities during your luxury
Point Barrow is the biggest Inuit community in the world. Be at the
top of the world in the place where the Sun doesn’t set between the
months of May and August.
Point Barrow, the northernmost point in the United States, is a
headland located on the Arctic Ocean. Point Barrow obtained city
rights in 1959 and is now easily accessible thanks to its air
connection with Anchorage and Fairbanks. In June 1977 Point Barrow
hosted the first International Circumpolar Conference, a
non-governmental organization representing Inuits from Alaska,
Canada, Greenland and Chukotka. With vast gas deposits, the
region’s local economy relies mostly on oil but also on tourism
thanks to many visitors enjoying the Midnight Sun during the
If you are looking for relaxation, choose a sweet getaway to this
small town nestled in snow banks and offering outstanding and
As there are few regions as big as the state of Alaska with a coast
stretching over 53 109 km and embracing more land than Texas,
California and Montana combined, you will have plenty to discover
during your luxury charter vacation. Be in awe of the splendid
panorama stretching over Juneau and admire shifting ice on grand
rivers. Thanks to ultimate the luxury
charter vacation in Alaska you will make all your dreams come
true and come home with lifelong memories.