An Alaska cruise can be the perfect event for a half-day or full day, depending on your travel plans. Think also about your travelers – do you need something that is family friendly or adventuresome? Are you in search of glaciers? Sea life? Or a memorable event that includes a taste of Alaska salmon and prime rib?
Having taken several of the options offered by Major Marine Tours (and heard the glowing comments of B&B guests season after season!) Whether my guests were seeking the experience-on-a-budget or the all-day, do it all memory maker, they describe the beauty of Alaska. Further, they speak of the staff and nature guides who made the tour amazing due to great information and friendly customer service. Can’t decide? Visit the list of tours for more details, then check with your B&B host about making reservations.
When sitting in Anchorage, you may wonder how the day looks in Seward, miles away and on the water. Major Marine features a webcam at Seward Harbor that will entice you to consider spending time on the water. Remember the link when you get home or send it to family and neighbors who would enjoy seeing what you are doing on your Alaska vacation. Your Facebook friends can also keep tabs – have them visit Major Marine on Facebook. Look for the video of the breeching whales!
Still not convinced? Consider that Major Marine Tours have been locally owned and operated for more than 25 years AND that they consistently rate as a ‘five star’ option on the travel advising sites. One of the most often mentioned joys of the tours is the opportunity to view humpback whales – and although Major Marine cannot guarantee any sightings, visitors often wonder if they have the whales and other sea life ‘on the payroll.’ Your AABBA Bed & Breakfast host will assist you with scheduling – so long as, upon your return, you share your story of time on the water!
Mary M. Rydesky – JarviHomestay Bed & Breakfast,
is both a B&B owner and a volunteer with the Alaska Botanical Garden.
Visiting the ABG while vacationing, she decided to move to Anchorage and has
supported the gardens for 15 years.