Hop on board the all-season Missing Lynx, a vessel bound for whatever Seward Ocean Excursion suits your fancy. Want to whale watch, see glaciers, fish, go bird watching, scuba dive or just check out hidden coves? Captains Bixler and Krystin McClure will help your small group plan an outing catered to your preferences. No matter the season, you can always catch some excitement in Resurrection Bay!
May - September
Deluxe motorcoaches with comfortable seating, big picture windows, plenty of leg room—and plenty of room for your gear, too. Services include:
It's more than just a ride when you travel with Seward Bus Lines. Their trips to Seward and Whittier offer convenient connections for cruise ship passengers-saving them about 50% of what transit would cost through cruiselines. They have 14-passenger vans and larger, 22-passenger buses, with room for two pieces of checked baggage and one carryon. Extra luggage is $5 a piece. Seward More...
The Coastal Classic train services 114 miles of track between Anchorage and the town of Seward, on the Kenai Peninsula—a four-hour trip that’s the most beautiful along the entire Alaska Railroad. You’ll see the beautiful Turnagain Arm as the train departs Anchorage, then a panorama of mountains, glaciers, lakes, and streams. You may even see wildlife like Dall sheep, Beluga whales, moose, bear, eagles, marmots, and more!
The Seward Depot was used as the "Gateway to Alaska" until 1964 when the railroad was destroyed in the earthquake. For over 20 years, it served as headquarters for the Alaska Marine Highway's ferry Tustumena. The depot was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1987.