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Signature Tour

Kodiak Island Charters


Participating Museums:
Alutiiq Museum
215 Mission Road
website: www.alutiiqmuseum.org
June through August       
Monday – Friday    9 am – 5 pm
Saturday –             10 am – 5 pm
Sunday by appointment

Baranov Museum
101 Marine Way
website: www.baranov@ak.ne
Monday –Saturday 10 am–4pm
Sunday noon - 4 pm

Kodiak Military History Museum
Ft. Abercrombie State Historical Park
1623 Mill Bay Road
Website: www.kadiak.org
Saturday and Sunday only 1 to 4 PM
A private tour (3 or more people) can be arranged by calling the office. Allow 2 weeks for scheduling.


St. Paul Harbor

Kodiak Ferry - Tustimina


(907) 486-8766

Half, Half...Plus, Plus!
Exclusive Price: $459 (per person)


halfAny day a person can fish ~ is a good day.

Rated the “best fishing in Alaska” anglers love to get out on Kodiak waters and fish for the halibut, lingcod, one of the five salmon: king, silver, red, pink or chum or rockfish.  Because the summer light extends into the evening hours, this 4-Hour charter may depart in the morning, mid-day or late afternoon.

The captain will explain the tides, weather and fish available at the time of your departure. The group will decide what their first seafood preference is.  Once the guests meet their limits on the first choice, the captain goes in search of a second and third choice. 

The captain provides light snacks, beverages, fishing tackle and bait.  You provide the all-weather gear and waterproof shoes or boots.  All the boats provide a restroom and a heated cabin.

At the conclusion of your trip, the captain offers to swing by a seafood processing plant who will prepare your fish into convenient one pound packages and make arrangements to take the box with you or ship to a home address.  

...the Other Half


This comprehensive 4-Hour Island City-Tour is a great way to see and learn about Kodiak, note the whereabouts of the museums, restaurants and gift stores and, whatever your interest, head back at your leisure and spend more time browsing.

A drive through downtown showcases cannery row and the commercial fish canneries, St. Paul’s Harbor and the Mall for unique gift stores and restaurants. Then it is up the hill to Holy Resurrection Russian Orthodox Cathedral and seminary, a brief history of the world-class museums: Alutiiq Museum, the Baranov Museum, Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge Visitor Center; then cross over the Near Island Bridge to the Fisheries Research Center and touch tank and St. Herman’s Harbor. 

Through the neighborhoods of Mission Road and Rezanof Street, the guide then enters Ft. Abercrombie State Historical Park.  Here is an opportunity to view the military’s presence during World War II as it remains a legacy amongst the moss-covered Sitka spruce trees and beautifully kept recreational park (hiking, birding, tide pooling and camping).  Weather permitting, no tour would be complete without a stop at a vista point.

...Plus, A Museum Pass

Kodiak Island has several world-class museums.  Because each one is filled with fascinating history, heritage and lore, you get to decide which one (of the three) to submerge your-self in for an hour or so.  Sure glad we don’t have to choose for you!  If time permits after your Island City-Tour, ask the tour guide to drop you off at the front door.

half1) “Cama’i ~ Hello” from the Alutiiq Museum which preserves and shares the traditions of Kodiak Island’s first settlers, the Alutiiq people. This state-of-the-art facility features a display gallery, storage for sensitive artifacts, and a research laboratory.  Exhibits of artifacts, photographs, and contemporary art explore Alutiiq heritage, and illustrate how traditions continue in the twenty first century. This summer, the museum will feature “Giinaquq: Like a Face- an exhibition of rare ceremonial masks collected from Kodiak Alutiiq communities in 1872.

The exhibition is collaboration with Chateaux Musée of Boulogne-sur-Mer, France, who cares for the masks today.  The museum has a wonderful gift shop showcasing native handcrafted art, jewelry and apparel.

half2) The Baranov Museum is celebrating their 200th year with special events throughout the spring and summer. 

The oldest Russian-era (1784-1867) structure remaining in Alaska is the three-story log building known as the Erskine House, named after Wilbur J. Erskine who purchased the house in 1911.The original name for the building – Baranov - is related to its historic use, the first administrative center of the Russian empire in North America, the Russian-American Company.

Since 1954, the Kodiak Historical Society has collected approximately 2,100 objects of Kodiak’s natural and cultural heritage, along with approximately 22,000 archived photographs and documents for display in the museum. The museum has a wonderful gift shop with authentic art and crafts made in Russia.



half3) Kodiak Military History Museum is located at Miller Point inside Ft. Abercrombie State Historical Park.    Open Saturday and Sunday 1 to 4 PM or by appointment.

Started in 1999, the museum maintains a central repository and archive to preserve and exhibit military related records, photographs, documents, technology, and equipment. 

Restoring an ammunition bunker into this unique museum, the volunteers promote and educate visitors on the results the military presence has been on Kodiak Island.

Plus, Plus...Lunch is on Us!

There is nothing like working up an appetite while fishing or sightseeing.  Use this restaurant voucher any time of day or night and rekindle the fishing stories or yarns spun by the captain and the tour guide.

We have selected 4 restaurants who offer a hearty lunch.  The Signature Tour is providing 1 person 1 restaurant voucher that has a $20 lunch value.  As with all meals, a 6% city sales tax and 15% gratuity have been included in the $20 lunch voucher.  If there is money ‘not spent’, the cashier will give the change to the next person at the register to apply toward his or her lunch tab.  A good will gesture.  If the tab runs over the $20, you will pay the difference. 

Review the restaurant voucher to see how much money is available (before tax and tip) and then select anything on the menu from the soups, sandwich, entrée, beverage and dessert.  

Participating Restaurants:

Channel Side Chowder House
Locally caught fish with chips, soups and sandwich wraps, fresh baked pastries, ice cream and full Espresso Bar.  Patio deck to sit outside to view the channel’s parade of boats and perhaps the bald eagles.

Located under the Near Island bridge
450 East Marine Way 
Phone 907.486.4478
Open daily from 7 AM to 7 PM 

Monk’s Rock Coffeehouse and Bookstore
Full espresso bar, teas, ice drinks, and steamers; Freshly made sandwiches, vegetarian specials and homemade desserts.  Owned and operated by the Russian Orthodox Church to provide employment & skill training.
A wonderful book selection and gift store.

202 E. Rezanof Drive
at Lower Mill Bay Road intersection
Phone: 907.486-0905
Monday-Friday 10:30 to 6:00 PM
Saturday 11:00 to 4:00 PM

Subway of Kodiak
Fresh baked breads and wraps make into a variety of sandwiches, wraps, or salad.

Subway will provide two $10 vouchers to be used morning, noon or night.  Read the voucher to see how much is the lunch value before 6% city sales tax and 15% gratuity.

326 Center Street - downtown
Phone: 907.486.7676
Daily from 7 AM to 11:00 PM. 
Because the restaurant is open for breakfast (for the fishing boats), lunch or dinner – select two menus that fits your appetite or share the 2nd voucher with a friend.

El Chicano Mexican Restaurant & Cantina
El Chi’s Bar – fun atmosphere with karaoke and dart board;  Serving authentic Mexican and American cuisine with fresh ingredients
and full complimentary bar
Family owned restaurant for 30 years!

103 Center Avenue   
Telephone: 907.486.6116
Monday-Thursday     11:00 AM to 9:30 PM
Friday and Saturday 11:00 AM to 10:00 PM
Sunday                      4:30 PM to 9:00 PM



Kodiak Adventures Unlimited~P.O. Box 4143~Kodiak, Alaska 99615~(907) 486-8766