The Maggie Sea is optimized for fishing charters and wildlife viewing. She has a large open deck with panels that can be made weatherproof. These clear plastic walls can be zipped and snapped into place in minutes. There’s a V-berth forward, and a couch that converts into a bunk in the main cabin. And of course a marine head. The Maggie Sea is not a luxury boat, but instead is a roomy, working boat. Our clients really like our setup.
The Maggie Sea offers fishing, wildlife viewing, and photography charters for up to four people. While aboard, we'll cruise through pristine waterways, with unparalleled access to whales and wildlife. Each day we'll visit the best locations to view fjords, waterfalls, icebergs and glaciers. And you'll see some amazing scenic wonders on wilderness hikes and on the water in our motorized 16' skiff. There simply is no better way to experience the Alaskan wilderness.
The majority of Alaskan fishing charter boats are only 27-feet to 28-feet long, with relatively narrow beams. They cram in six people for half-day and full-day fishing charters. A boat this size feels cramped with more than three or four guests. There’s just not enough room in the stern of the boat. Anglers are elbow-to-elbow, and the interior can feel claustrophobic.
The Maggie Sea is a large cabin cruiser and offers a safe and comfortable boating experience. She is 40-feet long with a wide beam. The Maggie Sea provides a substantial increase in elbow room for one couple or up to four guests. She was purpose-built for multi-day fishing trips and charters.
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