The Snow Goose is a 65 foot long U.S. Coast Guard licensed passenger vessel that has a steel hull, six private cabins (double occupancy), and three shared bathrooms with two hot showers. The spacious salon has large windows looking out to the water, and the upper wheelhouse provides an excellent place to spot wildlife. There are six double sea kayaks for use in protected waters and a large skiff for shore excursions.
The Snow Goose is outfitted with the curious student of nature in mind, and on board equipment includes a hydrophone for listening to whales, microscopes for examining plants and small organisms, and an excellent reference library. Food on board is largely sourced from local, sustainable, and organic sources, and the Snow Goose chefs bring their creativity and love of food into each dish, from freshly baked scones and frittatas in the mornings to truffle potato cakes, roasted romanesco, and seared local steak topped with smoked salt.
The Snow Goose naturalists and crew are deeply committed to research and conservation, and are focused on taking travelers with curious minds, a sense of adventure, and an appreciation for our awesome planet on cruises through Alaska’s Inside Passage.