Snow Goose CY

Guests: 12 | Length (ft): 65

$8.414 - 9.036 / day

Guests12 GUESTS Cabins6 CABINS Crew4 CREW

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Snow Goose CY

Length (ft): 65
Cruising Speed: 8.3
Guests: 12
Crew: 4
Cabins: 6
Fuel Consumption (ltr./hr.):
Year of Built: 1973
Refit: Annual
Flag: United States
Make: Custom Built Aluminum Cutter
Daily Rate: €7.864 - 8.445 / $8.414 - 9.036
Original Price in Dollars

Summer location
Alaska, Pacific NW

Winter location
Pacific NW

Welcome aboard Snow Goose: A 65’ Motor Vessel offering All-Inclusive Private Charters in south east Alaska for up to 12 people. Snow Goose has access to more remote areas which are inaccessible by larger ships. With more than 13 years of charter experience, the owner is able to receive the necessary permits for entrance into popular locations such as: Glacier Bay, and Anan Creek Bear Reserve. Enjoy nearly 24 hours of daylight while watching bubble net feeding by humpback whales or kayaking along the glaciers!

6 cabins each with 2 twin beds. 2 full sized bathrooms for guests.

Price Details
*2022 Season Update:
All passengers will be required to be vaccinated prior to charter. Negative Covid test prior to charter will also be required.

Snow Goose offers multiple itineraries throughout south east Alaska and Pacific Northwest
-Private Yacht-All Inclusive with up to 12 passengers. Rates for private charter are based on number of nights, location of charter and number of passengers.
-Rates vary depending on the location as some locations such as Glacier Bay have higher permit rates. All permits are INCLUDED.

All charter options are ALL INCLUSIVE. All meals served on board including appetizer and cocktail hour. Ship's bar includes: Beer and Wine from the Pacific Northwest. Liquor such as vodka, gin, whiskey is not included.

Alaska Season Runs: June 1-September 1st
Seattle/San Juan Islands/Bellingham Season available for 2-4 night charters: March 30th-June 1st

2023 Rates and Location as Follows-All Pricing Based on 10 Passengers
June 3-9 Petersburg to Juneau: $51,500
June 11-18 Juneau to Juneau: $60,500
June 20-27 Juneau to Sitka: $60,500
June 29 July 7 Sitka to Glacier Bay: $63,750
July 9-16 Glacier Bay to Glacier Bay: $62,500
July 18-24 Glacier Bay to Juneau: $60,500
July 26-Aug 4 Juneau to Wrangell:$67,500
Aug 7-16 Petersburg to Sitka: $67,500
Aug 18-26 Sitka to Juneau: $63,750
Aug 28-Setp 4th Juneau to Petersburg: $60,500


Beam: 18
Draft: 7
Max Speed:
Total Cabins: 6
King Cabins: 0
Queen Cabins: 0
Single Cabins: 6
Double Cabins: 0
Twin Cabins: 6
Pullman Cabins: 0
Helipad: No
Jacuzzi: No
One 50 passenger self inflating life raft
16 USGS approved Solas Survival Immersion Suits
3 life rings
1 horseshoe life ring
42 Type I Personal Flotation Devices
16 Type III Personal Flotation Devices
Halon fire suppression system
Coast Guard Approved First Aid Kit
4 hand held VHF radios
2 FCC certified VHF radios
Two 5 cubic foot freezers
16 cubic foot all-fridge
The galley of the Snow Goose is open to the main salon
The salon has ample outlets and seating for 16
The wheelhouse has a table and seating for 4 passengers
She has a swim step for easy loading/offloading
4 hand held VHF radios
2 FCC certified VHF radios
Satellite Phone Onboard

The Snow Goose is one of the few United States Coast Guard Inspected Vessels of its size. To carry a USCG Certificate of Inspections, the Snow Goose is required to pass annual inspections and follow stringent guidelines to ensure the safety of all passengers. This added insurance goes beyond non-inspected vessels, allowing us to carry up to 42 passengers with the added protocol required.

A graduate of Environmental Education, Dan has interpreted the environment as a naturalist in Baja, Maine, Puget Sound, and Alaska for 14 years. After teaching math and science in the classroom for 10 years he combined his skills and purchased the Snow Goose. As captain and owner, Dan continues his love for education with students and adults by operating the Snow Goose in the Puget Sound and Alaska. He has been the owner operator for 13-years the Snow Goose.

Jason Frankle: 1st Mate
Growing up in the competitive world of skiing and snowboarding-Jason took an early interest in adventure sports. Upon relocating from Bellingham, WA to Belize-Jason first learned to sail and eventually became a catamaran charter captain in Belize for 4 years. When he returned back to Bellingham, WA he obtained his 100ton license and began working on Snow Goose in 2016. Never one to stay in 1 place too long, he now resides in St Thomas, US Virgin Islands and works as 1st mate on Snow Goose for part of the season. When not on charter, he is passionate about all types of fishing, kiteboarding, downhill mountain biking and dirt bike riding.

Phil Mulligan: 1st Mate & Chef
Phil has always enjoyed the art and creativity of cooking and loves to share that passion with others. Working with local foods as a sous and executive chef, Phil established restaurant and farmer relations all over the country. As a cook on Alaskan charters, Phil enjoys sharing his talents with guests from all over the world.

Phil felt right at home spending summers on a boat in Southeast Alaska, so after two years as a cook on the Snow Goose he obtained his Captain’s License in 2014 and transitioned into the role of First Mate.

Rj Rex: Naturalist
RJ grew up in Minnesota. There he earned a degree in classical guitar performance while working part time as a naturalist for the parks. Then he moved to Washington to explore the Cascade Mountains via hiking boots and backcountry ski.
Now he has an Earth Science teaching endorsement and works for a variety of outdoor education programs, including the Snow Goose Marine educational program. He knows all the details of the Snow Goose that make her operate smoothly and is always ready for an adventure.

Molly Elder: Naturalist
Molly spent her early years swimming in the salty surf and rowing around the craggy coasts of Maine. She graduated from Western Washington University with a degree in Environmental Education with a focus on Marine Ecology. She's worked aboard the Snow Goose as a Marine Science Educator in Bellingham since 2011 and has been part of the Alaska program since 2015. She enjoys foraging for wild foods and medicines, kayaking in San Juan Island sunsets, rafting the wild waters of the Western United States and just simply plucking on her ol' banjo. The Cascade Mountains and the Salish Sea will always hold that feeling of home, but Alaska is most certainly her home away from home. She is looking forward to exploring the wings, tails, fins, paws, flowers, foliage, gills and thrills of Southeast Alaska with you!

Bethany Hasper: Naturalist
Alaska’s wilderness holds a special place in Bethany’s heart. Since visiting as a young girl, she always knew she would return. After obtaining a degree in Environmental Education from Western Washington University, she packed up her car and moved to inland Alaska, to the wilds of Denali. Since then, she has moved back to the Pacific Northwest, but returns to Alaska yearly to explore, share and inspire others to love this amazing place. Bethany cannot wait to give all those who join her aboard the Snow Goose a truly spectacular experience in Southeast Alaska while teaching about its remarkable flora and fauna.

*Please note: Snow Goose operates with a crew of 4 who do rotate throughout the season.

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