Covid-19 Bulletin

March 17, 2020 Bulletin Update

We continue to stay on top of the rapidly changing situation in the lower 48 and Alaska COVID-19 updates. We remain focused on the concern and safety of our guests and crew.  This is uncharted waters for the Sea Wolf and our industry. We are handling each trip and guest request on an individual basis to ensure they receive the best options for current travel, travel changes, and future travel to come adventure with us. We are changing our deposit and cancellation policies each adventure week to reflect this situation.  Currently we are still anticipating cruising by Mid May.  Please call/mail Kimber or Emily with questions about upcoming trips in May.

Call 907-957-1438 or email

Please be safe and follow CDC guidelines posted below to the best of your adventurous ability.

March 14, 2020

The recent outbreak of the COVID-19 coronavirus has captured worldwide attention and we want to assure you that our adventurer’s health and well-being is a top priority at Sea Wolf Adventures. Please keep in mind that we are as DIFFERENT in size and manageability from a 3,000 -passenger cruise ship as a Harbor porpoise is to the giant Blue whale.  We are closely monitoring developments on the COVID-19 virus and are proactively researching protocols to monitor guest’s health prior to embarkation. We take the situation very seriously and specific actions are being taken in our vessel management procedures and crew training.

We hear from travelers they are most concerned about air travel and other public transportation. Jet service to Ketchikan and Gustavus is covered exclusively by Alaska Airlines.  Both Alaska Airlines and Delta provide service to Juneau.  Alaska Airlines has one of the newest fleets in the country, which ensures their planes have the latest filtration technology in use. Alaska Airlines’ planes are equipped with systems that contain two HEPA, High-Efficiency Particulate Air, filters. Within a three- minute period, the entire cabin is refreshed with completely new air. For more information on the extra steps they are taking to keep their guests safe, check out Alaska Airlines blog (Alaska Blog) to learn about the additional cleaning measures they are taking and updates to their onboard procedures.

Delta also has increased their cleaning procedures and assure the public they are taking this very seriously.  For more information on Delta visit Delta Coronavirus Updates.  We are learning about steps airports across the country are taking to safeguard the health safety of travelers.  For example, Seattle International Airport are increasing the frequency in which they clean and sanitize “high-touch” point areas (ie, handrails, elevator buttons, and ticketing kiosks) and making more hand sanitizer available at all security check points, jet bridges, boarding gates and ground transportation areas.

This spring, all of us at Sea Wolf are moving forward with our personal and business travel plans – while making sure we take all the necessary health precautions the CDC recommends.  Emily, along with her husband and kids, are flying south to explore Florida’s beautiful National Parks.  Kimber, along with the crew from Alaska, are flying to Seattle to prepare the Sea Wolf for her voyage home.

Once on board the Sea Wolf you will be refreshed by the most pristine air imaginable, while taking in some of the most beautiful wilderness experiences of your life.  Thank you for entrusting us with your Alaskan adventure – we are sure the memories you make with us will be some of your most cherished.  Please don’t hesitate to reach out to us with any questions or concerns.

We can’t wait to adventure with you!

Warm regards,

Kimber and the Sea Wolf Crew