Our trip to Desolation Sound is designed for those who may have only experienced cruising in the San Juan and Gulf Islands. For adventurous cruisers, try the holy grail of Pacific Northwest cruising: the Inside Passage to Alaska. This 750 mile, 3-week passage concludes in Ketchikan, the jumping off point to explore the glaciers, whales, and bears of Southeast Alaska.

Not sure what flotilla cruise suits you best? Call or email us and we’ll be happy to offer advice.

We can be reached at flotillas@waggonerguide.com or (425) 780-5015.

 

Desolation Sound Roundtrip
Anacortes to Anacortes (turn around at Gorge Harbour)
Date: TBA 2018
Price: $2000

Includes half-off our 2-day seminar on April 22-23 in Mount Vernon and the key cruising guides for the trip including the 2017 Waggoner Cruising Guide and the 2017 Ports and Passes Tide and Current Guide

This trip leaves from Anacortes, WA and takes you to the best Desolation Sound marinas and anchorages. It is designed for those who want a guided trip the all the way there and back. This is also ideal for those on a 2-week charter or with limited vacation time.

To request more information on any of these trips, please fill out the form here.

 

The Inside Passage to Alaska
Anacortes to Ketchikan, AK

Flotilla 1: TBA 2018

Flotilla 2: TBA 2018
Price: $2500

Includes half-off our 3 day Alaska Cruising Seminar March 3-5 in Anacortes and the key cruising guides for the trip including the 2017 Waggoner Cruising Guide and the 2017 Ports and Passes Tide and Current Guide

This 750 mile, 3-week cruise stops at key locations in the Gulf Islands, Sunshine Coast, Desolation Sound, The Broughtons, and Northern BC before concluding in Ketchikan, AK. About 2/3rds of the stops are at marinas and 1/3rd are anchorages. The focus of this trip is a safe, comfortable, fun, and educational passage. We focus on teaching weather and the currents to participants so they’re prepared for further exploration in Southeast Alaska and their return trip.

The longest cruising day is about 70 nautical miles over 10 hours, though the average day is about half that long. We plan stops for fuel, water, provisions and laundry, and sightseeing along the way. Whale and bear sightings are not unusual. Waterfalls line the passages and add to the mountain scenery in the beautiful anchorages. This is the trip of a lifetime with memories and new friends made along the way.

To request more information on any of these trips, please fill out the form here.

 

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