Harbor Day Bed and Breakfast

Address: 404 Noseeum St., Petersburg, Alaska, 99833, United States | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Petersburg

Into the Alaskan Playground

A travel blog entry by imageyonder on Aug 01, 2014

9 photos

A pre-breakfast trip down the road to see the Bald Eagles in early light, seemed like a good idea the night before. But at 6am when we disappeared from beautiful early sun, into foggy greyness, it looked less convincing. On arrival at the southern end of Mitkof Island, the eagles had been replaced by midges. The frantic swatting might have frightened off the eagles, if there'd been any, but ...

Whale watching

A travel blog entry by sggriffin on Jun 29, 2014

15 photos

... also editor of the weekly Petersburg Pilot ). There were two other couples that joined us. Capt. Ron had a great boat that he had recently had built specifically for whale watching. We skimmed along the water, headed out to Frederick Sound. We first passed beautiful sea otters resting on a buoy in the sound. And then they magically appeared - humpback whales were all around us. We met Orin on the boat, who works at ...

St. John Harbor on the way to Petersburg

A travel blog entry by tricab on May 14, 2014

1 comment, 3 photos

... rain prevailed until we dropped the hook in this secure harbour, looking north to Mitkof Island and the Wrangel Narrows which will lead us to Petersburg.
A lunchtime departure will ensure that the current flushes us north through this 1 to 1 1/2 mile wide channel, 25 N miles ...

Juneau to Petersburg

A travel blog entry by r-phammond on Jul 23, 2013

19 photos

... that the rear end would not drag or hang up as we loaded. We were on the Fairweather today, the fast ferry (catamaran) directly from Juneau to Petersburg with no stops. I think I mentioned before that this ferry only runs on Tuesdays and possibly Fridays--limiting our times for making this ferry. Phil said that we were probably averaging about 20 miles per hour (he didn't give the speed to me in ...


A travel blog entry by rider1 on Jul 20, 2013

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... the remains of their ancient fish traps and petroglyphs near town. Alaska Natives still comprise over 10% of the population. A federally recognized tribe is located in the community. A pair of totem poles, at the corner of Haugen and Nordic Drives, tell the story of the Tlingit ancestors traveling down the Stikine River to settle and live in ...

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