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Sea Cycling is essentially the same as kayaking and boating all in one. Much more stable, propeller-driven, quiet, and easy because you use your legs which leaves your hands available to take photos or use binoculars etc.

Our float-house base is located in one of the most historical coves in Southeast Alaska, Ward Cove. It is an authentic working cove today as well as having the tremendous history of Alaska’s vital industries, culture, lifestyles, and abundant wildlife along its rich coastline. Sea Cycling is for all ages and fitness level.


The excitement begins as you board a van at the pier for the short drive to the sea cycle dock in historic Ward Cove, the site of Alaska’s first pulp mill and one of the most productive fish canneries in southeast Alaska.

Once you arrive, you’ll meet the team and gear up. After a safety briefing and instructions on how to use the sea cycle, you’ll step onboard and begin to pedal away. With your guide in the lead, you’ll head out onto the crystalline ocean waters.


My favorite shore excursion from Alaskan cruise

This is a personal tour, provided by the owner of the company. So in addition to seeing beautiful scenery, being in the fresh air, and having good exercise (without being too strenuous) you also get a taste of what it's like to live in Alaska.

– Janetsings Irvington, New York
Fun sea cycle tour for the whole family in Ketchikan!

At the end of the tour, Vicki's sons tossed several herring fish into the water to attract the nearby bald eagles. They also had a nice snack spread of homemade jams from local ingredients, a delicious salmon dip, kelp salsa, and coffee. Vicki's family really took care of us and we all had a great time. I highly recommend this sea cycle tour as a great way to spend your time in Ketchikan!

– Christina L San Mateo, CA
So much fun

This was an amazing experience. It is a family owned company and they really care about showing you the best of Alaska. Vicki led our tour showing us animals and plants around the water as well as explained the history of area using a radios that are set up on each cycle.

– Beth S Woodbury, New York
Sea cycling

They picked us up from the cruise dock and after the sea cycling was done, dropped us off at the Deer Mountain trailhead, at our request so we could go hiking. The kids REALLY enjoyed sea cycling and Vicki's commentary. We saw a lot of bald eagles, juvenile and adult, and watched them swoop down to catch fish

– tchsurg Salt Lake City