Sleeps 8-10 guests in 4 guest staterooms, each with their own bathroom with shower (and one with tub) and their own thermostat to control the central heating system.
Forward from the Main Salon, stairs run down to:
Stateroom #1 with a full-size bed and a couch that can be converted to a single bed. Ample clothes storage in a hanging closet and many drawers. Ensuite bathroom with shower.
Stateroom #2 with a full-size bed and a single bed. Ample clothes storage in a large hanging locker and drawers. Ensuite bathroom with shower.
From the Library / Aft Salon, stairs run down to:
Stateroom #3 with two single beds (one extra-long). Adjacent private bathroom with shower and hanging closet accessed from the hallway.
Stateroom #4 with two single beds (one extra-long). Ensuite bathroom with bathtub / shower.
|Length||88 ft / 26.82 m|
|Built - Refit:||1944 - 1975 & 1998|
|Cruising Speed||8.5 knots (nautical miles per hour)|
Tenders: 2 x 15′ Boston Whalers, each with 75 hp Evinrude E-TEC outboard.
Kayaks: 4 x 2-person tandem kayaks.
SUPs: For Stand Up Paddleboards, please inquire.
SPECIAL – Book NOW and take 10% off rates for all Summer 2023 dates!
Inclusive Rates, per “8 days / 7 nights” in USD:
$40,000 – 4 guests
$45,000 – 5 guests
$50,000 – 6 guests
$55,000 – 7 guests
$60,000 – 8 guests
$65,000 – 9 guests
$70,000 – 10 guests
Rates are “all inclusive” of the yacht, 4 crew, fuel for cruising at 8.5 knots, meals, and standard non-alcoholic beverages. Light fishing for salmon and rockfish, crabbing and shrimping are also included.
Additional: A customary crew gratuity at your discretion (15-20% advised for a stellar experience). All alcoholic beverages (charged at cost). Fishing licenses. Halibut fishing requires charter of a licensed sport fishing boat. Fuel for any cruising at faster speeds.
Most charters run between Juneau and Sitka, Alaska. Itinerary options include cruising the spectacular fjords and tidewater glaciers of Tracy Arm or Endicott Arm.
Charters begin and end at 12 Noon.
PLEASE INQUIRE FOR FURTHER PRICING DETAILS
Owner Operator Captain Jonathan Yoors, age 34 in 2023, is originally from the small fishing village of Rockport, Mass.
He resides in SE Alaska, and is married with one child. 2023 will be his 6th summer operating in SE Alaska.
He has captained boats worldwide, but his favorite place is SE Alaska. Jonathan loves to share fishing, hiking, kayaking, exploring wilderness and enjoying all the abundant nature and wildlife SE Alaska uniquely offers.
Jonathan is a US Coast Guard Licensed 500-ton Captain with over 16 years of yachting experience (since age 18!). He has run larger motor yachts in the Bahamas and Caribbean, New England, including charter. Jonathan also has 22 years of owning and captaining his own boats (since age 12!), so you have a very experienced Captain at the helm.
He is joined by 3 additional crew members as Chef, Stewardess and Mate/Engineer.
88′ Length On Deck. 96′ Length Over All including bowsprit forward and custom swim platform aft.
ALASKAN SONG has been a legendary charter yacht in SE Alaska, and for Summer 2023 has new Owner Operators!
3 spacious outside deck areas provide ideal places for watching (and photographing) whales and wildlife! The Main Deck has safety railings all around.
- The Fore Deck forward is open for unobstructed visibility, with a teak seating bench.
- The Aft Deck is covered for weather protection. A table can seat 8.
- Above is a Top Deck area with open views, a bimini top for weather protection, 3 benches and a helm station.
Going inside, one door enters the Library / Aft Salon with couch, card table with chairs, wet bar with sink, locking liquor cabinet, ice-maker and extensive teak moldings, doors and cabinetry.
The pilot house is raised up three steps which yields excellent visibility forward and to both sides and doors out both sides.
Further forward, you step down to the Main Salon & Galley with side and forward view windows.
ALASKAN SONG was built in wood as a high-speed Air/Sea Rescue boat for the US Army Air Corps at the end of WWII. In the mid-1970s she was stripped to a bare hull. A naval architect designed a new layout, the below deck bulkheads were rearranged, a new plywood and fiberglass deck was laid, the all-aluminum superstructure was fabricated and installed, and a custom teak interior was crafted.