Small Alaska Ship is the best small ship Alaska cruise!
SMALL ALASKA SHIP
Small Alaska Ship will give you the BEST Alaska small boat cruise.
You haven't experienced Alaska, the San Juan Islands, or the Columbia River, until you've taken Fantasy Cruise’s Island Spirit Cruise. The Island Spirit, owned and operated by Captain Jeff and his wife, Catherine, stands ready to take you on the trip of your lifetime. When you call the office, you will speak directly with them or their personal assistant. If you have any questions, we can certainly answer them and we promise to do our very best to cater to each and every guest.
Because our cruises are run by the owner, we are not bound by a specific itinerary. If there are whales or other wildlife, the Captain will stop for you to enjoy the sights; If it's a beautiful day, then kayaking may be added to the schedule as well. The Captain and crew of the Island Spirit aim to please and make your vacation one to remember forever. As far as our itineraries, they are the canvas for your cruise; however, they can never be replicated. Like an artist with each painting - the weather, wildlife, and opportunities make each cruise unique.
The Island Spirit runs in blue waters, but is totally “green.” Our small ship has a black and gray water treatment system aboard. We reduce our “carbon footprint” or pollution level by shutting our generators off at night. This is an extra added bonus! In the evenings, the Island Spirit runs on 8,000 pounds of batteries; This provides peaceful evenings for a great night’s sleep! Thanks to our exclusive battery system, the lighting, heating, and charging of your electronics are quietly managed at night - You don’t hear the noise of the generators. Instead, you can enjoy the sounds of nature as it should be: simply quiet. Waterfalls, whales, and nature are at their best when enjoyed on the Island Spirit, as NO other ship can offer you! Please note that the Fantasy Cruises is operating in the Tongass National Forest under special use permit from the USDA Forest Service.