1968 ( refurbished 2019)
The Kruzof Explorer, a Bering Sea crab fishing boat turned premier expedition vessel, was constructed to be among the toughest hulls on the planet, capable of exploring remote areas and bodies of water where few venture. The unparalleled seaworthiness and performance, coupled with modern renovations and elegant furnishings results in a craft that stands alone in its expedition capabilities. The vessel carries a sport fishing vessel, high-speed Zodiac, kayaks, and paddle-boards. The vessel's five-ton crane, which once hauled king crab pots, easily handles loading and unloading of these expedition craft.
1980 remodeled 2011
As a small ship, 143 feet long with 27 staterooms, the Admiralty Dream is perfect for adventure in the wilderness waterways of Alaska. The Admiralty Dream is run by true Alaskans who have grown up, lived and loved the Alaska lifestyle. They have been sharing their home via small ship cruising since 1970, creating a personal and authentic Alaska experience.
Choose the Admiralty Dream for an intimate, cozy vessel that's perfect for shared adventures in Southeast Alaska. She is ideally suited for exploring Alaska off the beaten path with a knowledgeable captain, crew and guides offering educational presentations that focus on the nature and culture of Southeast Alaska. The Admiralty Dream formerly known as the Spirit of Columbia, offers spacious viewing decks and indoor viewing through panoramic windows. She was built in 1980, remodeled in 2012, and now accommodates 58 guests in 4 unique cabin categories.
The 10-guest M/V Misty Fjord Alaska small ship is custom-designed for in-depth wilderness exploration of Southwest Alaska. Her hull design is based on the tried and true Alaskan commercial fishing boats, offering stability and comfort, perfect for navigating the Southeast Alaska coastline. With just 10 guests, she offers the freedom to accommodate personalized wilderness exploration with modern amenities and quality service. Choose Misty Fjord for personalized service, a variety of exploration options and an intimate and sustainable ship experience. An excellent small ship option with her elegant teak finish, spacious wheelhouse and outer deck engineered for optimal wildlife viewing.
1986 (REMODELED 2011)
At 104 feet in length, the Alaskan Dream's innovative, streamlined catamaran design allows the vessel to easily navigate narrow channels and passages. All cabins feature extra-large viewing windows. The Vista View lounge faces forward with the same view as the captain, affording spectacular views of the scenery, ports, and wildlife along the way.
1980 (REFURBISHED 2013)
The Baranof Dream, the Spirit of Alaska, provides a comfortable home base in Alaska's Inside Passage. Built in 1980 by Blount Marine, she accommodates 49 guests in 25 cabins and features a lounge, sun deck and viewing platform. The vessel is casual, the food delicious and the staff friendly and helpful.
Choose the Baranof Dream for her shallow draft, which allows for navigating Alaska's intimate coves and passages; her spacious bow for viewing fjords and glaciers; a covered outside deck, large cabin windows and relaxed cruising speed for optimum exposure to wilderness and wildlife. Authentically Alaskan, the 49-guest Baranof Dream is a personal, comfortable small ship option for cruising the Inside Passage of Alaska.
1984 Remodeled 2019
This ship features expansive viewing areas on the bow, aft and promenade decks. There are also new carpets and furnishings in public spaces and staterooms. The hull design is optimized for supreme comfort in Alaskan waters, regardless of weather. In the lounge, forward facing windows extend from the deck to the ceiling, offering panoramic views off the bow.