Ketchikan’s maritime heritage is proudly reflected in its nickname: “The Salmon Capital of the World”, and the region’s history runs deep in cultural and geological evidence that is still vibrant today. Totem poles, native clan houses and canneries reflect humanities long history in this environment so abundant with rich natural resources. And the Misty Fjords National Monument offers a geological experience that is akin in majesty to exploring the Grand Canyon. Our tour programs in Ketchikan offer an educational and dynamic viewpoint on the area’s fascinating history. Click here to learn more about Ketchikan.
Explore Misty Fjords National Monument – one of nature’s most spectacular creations – while cruising in luxury aboard one of the fastest sightseeing vessels in Alaska. Learn More
Embark a waterjet-powered vessel for an exciting cruise to Annette Island, Alaska’s only native reserve. Here, you will immerse yourself in a community of Tsimshian people whose ancestors followed a missionary, William Duncan, in ocean-going canoes to settle on this rugged, uninhabited island in 1887. Learn More