Alaska Accommodation August 24, 2022
Get Away From It All With A Stay In These Incredible Alaska Boats
If you’re looking for a unique experience when you’re out exploring the Last Frontier, consider a stay in an Alaska boat! With options all over the coastline of Alaska, you can find a place to stay somewhere you’ve never been before. So pack your bags, all the gear you need to stay warm, and head on out on the Alaska waters.
1. M/V Adak - Historic WWII Tugboat, Sitka, Alaska
This gorgeous boat, located in Sitka, Alaska, is huge! It has four bedrooms and can sleep up to six people. This historical boat was profiled in the Smithsonian Magazine, and was an Army Harbor Tug in World War II. The Captain’s Quarters has a queen sized bed, and you’re located right outside of downtown.
Make sure to enjoy the small and charming galley for morning tea or coffee, and spend your evenings in front of the wood-burning stove in the salon.
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on this piece of history!
2. M/V Sound Judgment, Sitka, Alaska
This cozy boat has two bedrooms and can sleep up to four people. It’s a classic Northwest motor cruiser, and it offers two surprisingly roomy sleeping quarters. But it’s still close to all of the amenities of town life in Sitka!
It’s docked in the working harbor, so you can sip your morning coffee while watching bald eagles soar above you.
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at this awesome spot!
3. Double Eagle, Homer, Alaska
This huge boat is dry docked on land, but you still get amazing ocean views! The Double Eagle is now permanently docked on 10 acres high on the bluff overlooking the Homer Spit, Kachemak Bay and Mt. Augustine volcano.
There are three awesome decks with views, and there are two bedrooms and a sofa bed. There is an indoor fireplace, and tons of space to move around!
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Double Eagle in Homer.
4. Teal Seal, Seward, Alaska
This Valdez getaway offers a cozy experience out on the water! With enough room for three guests, this one bedroom has two beds for guests. This rustic space offers a true Alaskan adventure. It will rock you to sleep before you wake up to stunning mountain views!
While there are limited amenities, there’s no bathroom. You can use the restrooms are at the top of the boat ramp on the dock.
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on this gorgeous boat!
5. Aurelia Charters, Valdez, Alaska
Looking for a stunning Valdez getaway? Book a trip on the Aurelia and experience Prince William Sound unlike ever before! This boat is rented for charters, so you’ll be out sleeping in a cove, and not docked at the harbor. Take the kayaks out in the morning after you have a hot cup of coffee and watch the mist burn off the water!
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6. Volare Yacht, Ketchikan, Alaska
Kick off your Ketchikan adventure in style on this chartered yacht adventure. The Volare, 60 foot yacht offers an all-inclusive Alaskan adventure. The boat offers three bedrooms and doesn’t stay docked at the marina. You’ll be out and about on Alaska’s waters, taking in the majestic scenery that surrounds you.
And the best part? It will be in complete luxury, especially if you’re staying in the bedroom with the king bed!
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on this incredible yacht!
7. The Caboose, Sitka, Alaska
How about a floating house in Sitka for a unique getaway from home? The Caboose, a floating house in calm waters, offers a truly fun and interesting experience for those who want a peaceful adventure on the water.
Only accessible by boat or float plane, you can practice “roughing it” with all of the creature comforts you’d find at home. The two bedrooms sleep six cozily, and the deck is perfect for fishing!
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The Caboose in Sitka.
Would you stay in an Alaska boat? What do you think of these interesting accommodations? Let us know in the comments below!
If you stay in Seward, make sure to try out this unique
whale-watching experience in Alaska.