The Maggie Sea offers day trips and multi-day charters. We are currently booking sailing dates for our 2022 Charters. A deposit is required to secure the charter you prefer. Call us today, schedule a meeting, or send us an email.
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Bad weather can affect your travel plans to and from Alaska—occasionally causing delays of up to twenty-four hours. For this reason, we advise that you don't schedule your flight too close to your charter trip arrival or departure. Alaska Airlines serves all of our arrival and departure cities, including Juneau, Petersburg, and Sitka. The Alaska Marine Highway provides regular scheduled ferry service connecting Juneau, Petersburg, and Sitka.
Alaska Airlines (800-426-0333) and Delta (800-221-1212) offer several daily flights to/from Juneau, Alaska (connecting from Seattle). Each airline has many travel partners. Check the details of your frequent flyer travel program to determine your best option. For trips ending in Sitka, keep in mind that only Alaska Airlines (800-426-0333) provides daily commercial jet service to/from Sitka (connecting from Seattle). For connecting flights within Alaska to your next great adventure, consider Alaska Seaplanes.
The Alaska Marine Highway System (800-642-0066) is a state-operated ferry. You can take the Alaska Ferry from Bellingham, Washington or Prince Rupert, British Columbia, all the way to Anchorage or Skagway. The Alaska Ferry stops at several Southeast communities, including Ketchikan, Wrangell, Petersburg, Sitka, Juneau, Hoonah, Gustavus, Yakutat, Haines and Skagway. Each ferry offers observation decks, food service, and vehicle decks. Vehicle space is limited, and should be booked well in advance. Plan accordingly.
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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