Sunday, January 23, 2011
Our motto is Your Escape, Your Style, Your Day. On our vessel we wish to give guest the vacation they always dreamed of. The Chasina Bay is a newly built 70 yacht designed specifically for Southeast Alaska, and is owned and operated by a life long Alaskan. Captain Harold was raised as a commercial fisherman, and has made is living off of the waters of Southeast Alaska for over 30 years. Experience the real Alaska that the cruise ships don't even know about! Fishing, kayaking, skiff rides, halibut, hiking, trout fishing, nature viewing, picnics, and more are all possibilities aboard the Chasina bay. Contact us today about our Spring specials.
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Monday, January 17, 2011
The one of a kind Chasina Bay after three years under construction is now ready. This fishing yacht was designed and constructed from steel with the same rugged integrity of vessels built for Alaska’s renowned commercial fisheries, by an Alaskan fisherman. The well constructed vessel is elegant, functional, and safe. The Chasina Bay is it own floating world. This vessel holds twenty-eight hundred gallons of fresh water, electric generators, sewage treatment plant, and water maker. While practical matters have been meticulously thought out, comfort has not been overlooked. She can comfortably accommodate eight guest with her fully equipped kitchen, in-floor heating, laundry facilities, trash compactor, microwave, convection ovens, dishwasher, four staterooms and four bathrooms. The salon is the center of all activities and houses a large screen TV, recliners, Blue-ray player, sound system, and kitchen. The salon has a mechanism that switches the dining table into a coffee table for post expedition relation and poker games. The crew at the Chasina Bay can provide halibut fishing, salmon fishing, kayaking, skiff rides, hunting, sight seeing, bird watching, hikes, crabbing, shrimping, or just enjoying Alaska! Escape to Alaska its your escape, your style, your day, we just make it happen. Book now pack your pajamas and toothbrush and experience the real Alaska the Alaskan way.
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