Halibut, Salmon and Multispecies Fishing Trip in Seward with Captain Chris onboard 34' Armstrong Catamaran
Let your Alaska fishing adventure begins with us! Book a trip today aboard our 34-foot Armstrong catamaran boat for up to 6 passengers! Rates as low as $300 per day. Rates: Halibut Trip • Full Day, Early Season, May 1-31: $300.00 • Full Day, Peak Season, June-August: $390.00 • Full Day, Late Season, September 1-10: $300.00 Salmon Trip • Full Day, Peak Season, June-August: $390.00 • Half Day, Peak Season, June-August: $220.00 Multispecies Trip ~ Lingcod, halibut, salmon, rockfish • Lingcod available July 1, No halibut on Wednesdays • Full Day, Early Season, May 1-31: $300.00 • Full Day, June-August: $390.00 • Full Day, Late Season, September 1-10: $300.00 Book the boat special - up to 6 passengers • Full day, May 1-31: $1,620.00 • Full day, June-August: $2,100.00 • Full day, September 1-10: $1,620.00 Overnights - Two day's catch limits in one trip! • Book the boat for a private trip with triple the fishing time and overnight lodging on the Outer Coast: $4,620 • Up to 4 passengers recommended for comfort but we'll take up to 6 • Meals, drinking water, and coffee provided • Bring your own beverages and snacks • Bring warm clothes and a sleeping bag/pillow All rates subject to 7% sales tax and $3.50 harbor fee will be charged with each booking. A fuel surcharge may be added if gas prices exceed $4.00 per gallon. What You Can Expect: Halibut - Salmon - Multispecies Whether you’re looking for salmon, halibut, rockfish, lingcod or even salmon sharks, you can expect us to go to the outer limits to give you the best day on the water. Top-of-the-line rods, reels, tackle and lures. Experienced captain with 30 years fishing in Alaska. Capt. Chris Hanna has spent decades finding hot fishing spots, experimenting to find the best tackle/lure/bait combos and refining fishing techniques for consistent success. Fast, stable, Armstrong-built catamaran minimizes travel time and chop, maximizing comfort and time spent fishing. What we provide: • All bait, lures, rods, tackle and other fishing gear needed to hook and land your catch • Fishing instruction and expertise • Friendly, knowledgeable, USCG-licensed captain, certified in CPR and first aid, and experienced crew • Clean and safe vessel • All necessary safety gear • Fish cleaning What you should bring: • Alaska fishing license (don’t forget the king stamp if you want to catch a king salmon) — purchase online from the Alaska Department of Fish and Game or from a local retailer • Familiarity with current sportfishing regulations from ADF&G; and halibut regulations from NOAA Fisheries • Food and drink for the day. We have no-tolerance drug policy • Camera/video camera/binoculars • Rain gear, warm layers, hat and gloves — even if the sun is shining at the dock, the weather can change fast. Check out windy.com for a pinpoint forecast or NOAA for a marine weather forecast • Waterproof, nonskid footwear • Shatterproof sunglasses or other protective eyewear • Motion sickness medication — our 34-foot catamaran offers a smoother ride than a monohull but there’s no guarantee we won’t do some rocking and rolling. Consult your physician and prepare accordingly. • A good attitude! We’ll do everything we can to provide a great experience but only you can fix grumpy What To Expect Onboard: An industry-leading, 34-foot Armstrong catamaran hull and twin, 300-horse, Suzuki four-stroke motors offer the stability to handle waters that would leave other boats at the dock. With a cruising speed of 30 knots, the boat gets you to the best fishing grounds, not just the convenient ones. Boarding doors starboard, port and aft allow easy access for those with mobility challenges. The cabin has generous headroom, three walk-through doors that eliminate congestion and plenty of elbow room for six passengers to ride comfortably. Two heaters keep the cabin warm and dry. If nature calls, there’s an onboard head for convenience with an outside-entry door for privacy. But you’re here to fish? We’ve got you covered there, too. Speed and stability minimize travel time, allowing more of the day to be spent fishing. We don’t fish for sardines and you won’t feel like one with a walk-around cabin, making every inch of deck rail available for fishing. The Armstrong catamaran hull mitigates chop both under power and on the hook. Nobody likes bobbing and rolling when you’re reeling in a monster halibut, and if you’re prone to seasickness, the stability of this cat helps keep lunch where it belongs. An extendible bow ladder makes going ashore quick and easy, whether it’s for a day of beachcombing or to load your six-point buck. The boat exceeds safety requirements with a self-inflating life raft mounted on the cabin, as well as a GPS satellite communicator onboard. If you have any questions, we can answer those through GetMyBoat’s messaging platform before you pay. Just hit, “Request to Book” and send us an inquiry for a custom offer.
- Captain is included.
- A captain is provided by the listing owner to host and operate the trip.
- 6 guests
- Fishing Boats
Chris’ first order of business after learning to walk was learning to fish. As soon as he got out of school, he was talking his way into a saltwater guiding job in Alaska — even though he was from land-locked Iowa. Thirty years later, he’s spent as much of that time as possible exploring the waters and backcountry of Alaska. The only thing he enjoys more than perfecting his lingcod rigs or finding a new halibut hole is sharing that knowledge. Chris owns and operates the company, meaning he takes pride in every detail of the experience. He’ll go to the outer limits to make sure you have a good experience.
Features & Details
- Life jackets/required safety gear
- Fishing gear
- Outboard Engine
- Twin Engine
- Fuel type: Diesel
You’ll get directions for the exact departure location when you make a booking inquiry.
0% refund up to 30 days prior.
Additional Terms & Information
Booking terms and conditions • 7% sales tax and $3.50 harbor fee will be charged with each booking. • A fuel surcharge may be added if gas prices exceed $4.00 per gallon. • Customers may reschedule a trip for another open day. Changes must be requested 14 days before the scheduled trip. • No-shows = no refund. • Trips leave the Seward Boat harbor by 7 *********** us by 8 p.m. the day before your trip to confirm details and for specific directions to the boat. Full-day trips return by 6 p.m. Half-day salmon trips return by 1 p.m. • Cancelations: Full refund for cancelations made more than 30 days prior to a trip. No refund for cancelations made within 30 days of a scheduled trip. • If the captain cancels a trip due to weather, mechanical or other unforeseen circumstances, customers will receive a full refund. • We will attempt to honor all requests, however, all trips require a minimum number of customers to leave the dock. Customers will be informed of changes within 14 days of the scheduled trip. • Contact us by phone to cancel or change a trip. • Fees will be charged if reckless behavior requires excessive cleaning or causes damages to the boat, equipment or crew. Liability disclaimer: Our company takes safety seriously. We are trained and equipped to handle emergency situations and operate with customer safety utmost in mind. However, Alaska outdoor activities carry an inherent level of risk and we do not assume responsibility for injuries, damage or loss of personal property or for the time and expense injuries or damages might incur. We reserve the right to cancel or change the duration of a trip for safety reasons if conditions dictate.