Introducing Deckhand Anthony Sobrino!
February 2nd 2016
Introducing Saltwater Excursions new deckhand! Anthony Sobrino grew up in many parts of the Philipines and has become fluent
What you need to know on motion sickness
January 15th 2016
I found a very interesting article on motion sickness that is worth the read. If you love to fish, but tend to get sick,
Now accepting resumes for 2016 Deckhand
December 31st 2015
Saltwater Excursions is now accepting resumes for the 2016 Fishing Season. Please send resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org
"my husband liked it so much he says he may actually get ON the boat with us this summer! HA!"
- Do you fly Helicopter Tours in Girdwood, Alaska?
- Do you accept walkups for the Helicopter?
- How much do I tip the deckhand or my Pilot?
- Broiled Salmon and Wild Rice Salad
- Green Curry Halibut
- Walnut-Coated Sea Bass with Lemon-Dill Sauce
- Hazelnut Encrusted Halibut with Apple Vinaigrette
- Where do I park when I get to Whittier?
- Terms and Conditions
- Do you provide Hunting Transportation/Drop Offs in Prince William Sound?
- How do I get my fish back home?
- What clothing should I bring?
- What if I get Seasick or Airsick?
- Can I drink Alcohol on the boat?
- What do I need to bring for the vessel or the helicopter?
- How do I get to Whittier?
- Will I need a fishing license?
Fishing Charters • Glacier and Wildlife Cruises • Whittier, AK
Saltwater Excursions is now booking for the 2016 season out of Whittier, Alaska. Book now for your true Alaskan experience.
Why drive 2 1/2 hours to Seward or 6 hours to Homer when the magic of Prince William Sound is only one hour away from Anchorage?
Come experience the magic with Saltwater Excursions. Halibut and salmon fishing, wildlife and glacier tours; we can do it all! We are Alaskan owned and operated.
We operate our vessel out of the Whittier Small Boat Harbor and our helicopter out of the Whittier Airport, both located at the head of Passage Canal. Whittier, Alaska is the gateway access point to Prince William Sound. Whittier is the closest port to Anchorage, a very scenic 60 mile drive south on the Seward Highway.
Prince William Sound offers scenic beauty and calmer waters than you will find out of Seward, AK or Homer, AK. Whether it is from the air or the water, Orca Whales, Humpback Whales, Mountain Goats, Sea Lions, Sea Otters, Dahl’s Porpoise and Bald Eagles are just some of what you will encounter. Prince William Sound is a mecca for wildlife and offers a variety of different saltwater fish.
We operate a 26 foot Offshore Duckworth Vessel powered by twin Yamaha outboard engines. Our Garmin electronics are state of the art. The M/V Saltwater Addiction includes a heated cabin and a private marine head.
We are widely recognized for outstanding personalized service to both Alaskans and sportsmen of other states and countries. We cater to the novice as well as the experienced angler.
Helicopter Tour Video
Experience a magical helicopter tour through Prince William Sound. Saltwater Excursions now offers scenic tours through Prince William Sound aboard an Enstrom F-28F helicopter. Based only one hour away from Anchorage in scenic Whittier, this tour will be an experience of a lifetime, one that will forever change the way you look at the power…
Fishing on the M/V Saltwater Addiction
Check out our latest video compliments of Mr. Adam Bowens. Adam is owner/operator of Straight Ahead Rescue!
Whittier Alaska Fishing Charters and Helicopter Tours
Situated at the head of the Passage Canal on the western edge of Prince William Sound, the community of Whittier is approximately 60 miles southeast of Anchorage. Whittier is a photographer’s paradise. You can see birds, sea otters, seals, whales, sea lions, porpoise, glaciers, waterfalls, goats, deer, bears and more. Hike the Portage Pass Trail…