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Owner & Operator Capt Jeff and his wife, Shore Operations Manager Rebekka, pose with Regal the Eagle at our dock in Ward Cove. Photo by Alabastro Photography.
Lighthouse Excursions crew aboard the Lighthouse Endeavor. Photo by Alabastro Photography.
The Totem Princess ready for passengers to board for our tour! Photo by Alan Alabastro Photography.
An American bald eagle perches atop an old barge along our tour route. Photo by Kyle Bailey Photography.
Our deckhands are always happy to assist you in spotting wildlife. Photo by Alabastro Photography.
We have plenty of photo opportunities. Don’t be afraid to bring your camera! Photo by Alabastro Photography.
American Bald Eagle atop Ketchikan's tallest totem pole. Photo by Rich Rijinders Photography
Totem Bight State Historical Park is the home to a collection of 14 towering Tlingit & Haida hand-carved totem poles and a beautiful clan house.
Totem Bight State Park on a misty Alaskan day. Photo by Alabastro Photography
A family takes advantage of our photo opportunity at Totem Bight State Historical Park. Photo by Alabastro Photography.
Enjoy our complimentary snack of alder-smoked salmon, salmon dip, crackers, bull kelp pickles, and artisan chocolate. Photo by Kelsey McNeil Photography
The Lighthouse Endeavor cruises along the shoreline on her way to Guard Island Lighthouse. Photo by Alabastro Photography.
You’ll likely want to spend some time out on our open air deck for beautiful, panoramic views of Southeast Alaska. Photo by Alabastro Photography.
A young man pulls out his camera to photograph Guard Island Lighthouse as our tour vessel begins its approach. Photo by Alabastro Photography
View of the Totem Princess in front of Guard Island Lighthouse.
Guests and crew member in front of Guard Island Lighthouse.
Deckhand Andrew pulls out his pocket spyglass to get a better view of some distant wildlife. Photo by Alabastro Photography.
Harbor seals enjoying some leisure time at low tide. Photo by Rich Rijinders Photography
If you're lucky, you may even spot a humpback whale!
A plethora of American bald eagles sun themselves on a bank of exposed rock along the coastline.
A guest searches for whales on a late September tour. Photo by Alabastro Photography.
Humpback whale seen from the deck of the Lighthouse Endeavor. Photo by Alabastro Photography.
If you’re a bird watcher, keep your eyes out for the many seabirds that live in the area, like these pigeon guillemots.
A Sitka Blacktail deer on the shore of Gravina Island. Photo by Kyle Bailey Photography.
Captain Jeff of the Lighthouse, Totems and Eagles Excursion, Ketchikan AK. Photo by Alabastro Photography.
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