Our desire to examine, observe and share our natural world is a big part of all our adventures. In the fall and spring, the Snow Goose acts as a science lab for public school students near her home port of Bellingham Washington. In the summer, we ply the remote waters of the Inside Passage and Southeast Alaska with like-minded guests. So whether we're drawing a water sample from Puget Sound or dropping a hydrophone to listen to humpbacks in Glacier Bay, we have the tools and make the time to let our curiosity get the best of us.
I'm Captain Dan – and I love what I do for a living. It's hard not to when my “work” consists of exploring the remote waters of Alaska with the backing of a spirited crew and the company of like minded guests like you. Guests that are on vacation and ready to have some good old-fashioned fun. (Really, you're a delightful bunch.) Whether our naturalist is leading an impromptu biology lesson from a kayak or our chef is slow-roasting fresh salmon and rosemary potatoes for dinner, we take our jobs seriously and love to make our guests feel at home. It's just hard to believe we get paid for it.