As Covid infections continue to surge across the country and in Alaska, the Sea Wolf Adventures team continue to keep a close eye on guest and crew safety. The Delta variant brought a new level of vigilance in the way in which we continue to figure out how to live and adventure in this strange new reality. We can’t express enough how appreciative we are to our 2021 Adventurers for navigating the ever-changing Alaska mandates that eventually moved to “recommendations” and that directed travelers to a somewhat confusing travel portal. We are grateful to our guests that went the extra mile in their far corners of the world to obtain a molecular PCR test 3 days prior to arrival into the state. They supplied us with their vaccine status, traveled in masks, participated in daily health screenings and washed their hands often. The caution exhibited by our guests and crew were successful in keeping our rural Alaska communities and on-going adventure season safe. And all the while glaciers calved, bears were born, birds migrated, lupin bloomed, whales breached, mountain goats scaled the rocky ledges of Gloomy Knob, and Sea Wolf Adventurers were there for it all! We have received the feedback from many of our passengers that our Covid Protocols made them more confident in their decision to adventure with us and that they did not stand in the way of having an epic experience.
We have learned that by mitigating the risks as best we can and by being smart we can continue to share the majestic wilderness Alaska has to offer you. Part of mitigating risks includes vaccinations. So, in thinking forward to our 2022 Adventure season we will begin to require all passengers to supply proof of being fully vaccinated against Covid-19, in addition to arriving with a negative PCR test and taking masking precautions. We will continue to work on our Covid protocols as the situation changes and post these changes to our website
Please ensure the guests in your group understand these new requirements.
Please don’t hesitate to contact us with questions.