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reflections - alaska-yacht
R EF L EC T I O NS
Uniquely in Alaska, 98’/30m Motor Yacht REFLECTIONS combines:
R ATES
A private charter of REFLECTIONS in Alaska is $54,000/week inclusive, for up to 6 guests in 3 guest cabins. A week is 7 24-hour days and nights.
THE CHARTER FEE INCLUDES:
THE CHARTER FEE NOT INCLUDES:
Y ACHT
SPECIFICATIONS
ACCOMMODATION
SATELLITE TV (subject to getting a signal):
DVD:
Main Salon
Main Salon
Main Salon Game Table
Main Salon Bar
Dining Room
Master Stateroom
Master Bathroom
Port Twin Cabin
Port Twin Bathroom
Starboard Twin Cabin
Enclosed Aft Deck
Bow Area
Tender
Enclosed Flybridge
C REW
CLINT CROPPER - Lead Captain
Captain Cropper has over 25 years of experience in yachting, much of it on the waters of his native and beloved Alaska.
Clint was raised in Juneau and has spent nearly all of his life exploring the waters of the Inside Passage. Clint has operated yachts for clients throughout the world and has owned his own renowned Alaska charter yacht, True Blue. Clint has a
operate vessels around wildlife. Clint is 42, and in his spare time, enjoys travel, hiking and combing beaches for treasures.
SCOTTIE CARDEN - Chief Mate/second Captain
brings a wealth of Alaska knowledge, and a commitment to safety and high standards.
SCOTT MAY - Deckhand
survival at sea.
JACKIE WIDMANN - Stewardess
DIANA DAVIS - Chef
Diana was born to the yacht chef industry. Her mother an accomplished chef and her father an experienced sailor and
has prepared her extraordinary dishes in restaurants and for exclusive clients on yachts and in private homes throughout
the country. Diana prides herself on her preparation of seafoods, utilizing local, organic and nourishing foods. She particumany areas of the California food scene.
A LASKA
Sample Itinerary
be customized with special places known to Captain Clint Cropper.
DAY 1 : Downtown Juneau to Taku Harbor
Dog sled tour. Contact Captain Clint Cropper for booking information. Depart Juneau upon the guests arrival. Travel south in
DAY 2 : Taku Harbor to Tracy Arm No Name Cove
Travel the waters of Stephens Passage. Scan the mainland shoreline for Brown and Black Bear. Continue the watch for
ice, steep, granite cliffs, harbor seals and mountain goats. Spend plenty of time at the glacier, return from Tracy Arm and
DAY 3 : No Name Cove to Pybus Bay
the Stellar sea lions are hauled out. This area is where we sometimes see the unbelievable spectacle of bubble net feeding
humpback whales.
DAY 4 : Pybus Bay to Red Bluff Bay
DAY 5 : Red Bluff Bay to Takatz Bay with a stop at Baranof Warm Springs
Bay for overnight anchorage. Put out the crab pots. Another great place to kayak and view Brown Bear.
DAY 6 : Takatz Bay to Douglas Cove Hoonah Sound
bing and exploring by tender.
DAY 7 : Hoonah Sound to Sitka
DAY 8
Enjoy an early breakfast and consider more exploring of Sitka prior to departure.
Not to be used for navigation purposes. This itinerary is considered proprietary and is for planning for potential Motor
Sea Lions
Seal on Ice
Baranof Warm Springs - a natural “hot tub” facing a roaring river
Porpoise
Starfish
Orca

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