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Carnival Cruise Excursions
Tracy Arm - Adventure Bound Alaska
Board the 56' Adventure Bound or the 65' Captain Cook for an Unforgettable
Glacier and Fjord Cruise.
Tracy Arm, a classic fjord, has it all- tidewater and elevated glaciers, breathtaking
mountains and sheer rock walls that reach up over a mile high with waterfalls that
tumble down to the emerald green water, and Alaska's largest icebergs.
Watch for whales, bears, mountain goats,
hundreds of harbor seals, and a variety of birds
such as eagles, arctic terns, kittiwakes, and
Our vessels have stable, smooth riding, ocean
going hulls for the best cruise to Tracy Arm and
Sawyer Glacier. A full walk-around deck and
large cabin windows assure unobstructed
views and great photo opportunities. Personal
attention is unsurpassed.
Located about 45 miles south of Juneau, Tracy Arm, a classic fjord, stands out as a
"must see "for any Alaska vacation. Full day cruises depart from downtown Juneau
and includes Alaska's greatest combination of mountains, waterfalls, wildlife,
glaciers and icebergs.
The face of Sawyer is a little more than a half mile wide, so there is plenty of space
for both of our vessels to be at the face of the glacier. We turn off our engines and
generators at the glacier so you can listen to the ice crackle and pop and take in the
sights uninterrupted while you wait for the glacier to calve.
Sawyer Glacier is an active tidewater glacier, which means it "calves" or breaks off.
Pieces of ice anywhere from the size of a small car to a cruise ship fall off the face of
the glacier and hit the water with a thunderous roar. No matter how many times
you visit Sawyer Glacier, it is always a thrill to see a calving event. The water at the
end of the fjord is nearly 600 feet deep and when an underwater calving takes
place, the ice remains intact, giving us Alaska's largest icebergs. In other glacier
areas, the calved ice generally crumbles. Underwater calvings surface like giant
submarines that rise over 250 feet and then settle into the water like large, blue
Adventure Bound Alaska
Our vessels are United States Coast Guard inspected. They
are equipped with long range radios, emergency beacons,
Sonar, Radar, GPS and inflatable lifesaving equipment.
Steven Weber, owner and operator, has over 35 years
experience and is a licensed U.S. Merchant Marine officer.
Concern for the Environment
We comply with Federal regulations regarding waste
management and wildlife viewing. Wildlife viewing is done
with careful consideration for the animals.
Food and Drink
Food is available for purchase on board, and guests are welcome to bring their
own. Prices are fair, not added to your fare and called "free".
Sandwiches are made fresh for you by your deckhands. Choose from ham or turkey,
with lettuce, tomato, swiss or cheddar cheese, mayonnaise, or mustard on a hoagie
roll. Your deckhand would be happy to make a sandwich for you without meat and add
in extra cheese or vegetables. We have fresh brewed coffee, hot cocoa, tea, soda, and
water. Also choose from a variety of potato chips, candy, and crackers. We recommend
that guests who are vegetarian, vegan, or have special diets bring their own food.
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