Days 1 & 2: Sitka. From Sitka, head out early, and visit the Sitka National Historical Park to see native artifacts and an impressive collection of totem poles; after lunch on the yacht, set sail through the Olga and Neva Straits and enjoy the stunning scene (look out for whales!); kayak in Kalinan Bay and anchor there for the night. Eagle watch while sailing through the Sergius Narrows where you can also see grizzly bears and deer on land and humpback and orca whales in the water; drop anchor in a nearby cove for lunch, then cruise down the west coast of
Baranof Island where you can hike up to the lake or visit the hot springs at the Falls.
Days 3 & 4: Frederick Sound. Cruise down Chatham Strait into Frederick Sound, where whale watching is the main attraction and enjoy a quiet anchorage; after lunch, cruise through the small islands watching out for sea lions on the rocks; cruising on to Admiralty Island, look out for more bears and headed through Cannery Cove, you can observe deer and spawning salmon.
Day 5: Tracy Arm. Next day, cruise to Tracy Arm, a 23-mile long fjord where you will eventually see icebergs and the stunning blue wall of Sawyer Glacier, seals, eagles and many more unique
habitants; Anchor in Taku Harbor for a late lunch aboard the vessel and enjoy its views; enjoy and explorative hike of the cannery and return to the yacht for dinner.
try an extra day: Cruise through the Taku Inlet and follow the Gastinau Channel; As the final stop on the Alaskan itinerary, Juneau, the state capital, has much to offer its visitors
including the Alaska State Museum and Centennial Hall; just 13 miles from downtown is Mendenhall Glacier and a variety of tours can get you near black bear, Dall’s porpoise, sea lions, harbor seals, sea otters, mountain goats, and Sitka black tail deer.