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Established in 1964, Seward’s Small Boat Harbor is located on the northern edge of Resurrection Bay, which multiple publications have ranked as one of the top sailing destinations in the United States. From the harbor you'll find easy access to Exit Glacier, Kenai Fjords National Park, fishing, kayaking, camping, flight-seeing, and an assortment of other activities.

Seward plays host to a variety of vessels that make up the commercial fishing fleet: long-liners, purse-seiners, and gill-netters. Additionally, there are over 100 charter boat operators and a dozen tour boat operators to help visitors enjoy the Kenai Fjords National Park and beyond. The US Coast Guard Cutter Mustang has made Seward its home port and members of the US Naval Fleet make routine stops.

The Seward Boat Harbor is a full service port offering 50-ton and 250-ton Travelifts, a 5000-ton syncrolift, boat repair yards, potable water and power utilities, hardware stores, grocery stores, art galleries, restaurants, hotels and many other amenities to meet every need.

Getting There

Latitude: 60.11592
Longitude: -149.439
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City Of Seward Boat Harbor & Launch