Water Taxi Options Seward Alaska

Water Taxi

Water Taxis are used in coastal communities in Alaska as a means of transport to remote locations. In the Seward area they are used primarily by kayakers going to remote locations for sea kayaking.  They are also used to transport freight to remote property and communities, and can serve as a taxi service to pedestrians wishing to explore remote areas.  We recommend their use when hiking to Caines Head State Recreational Park.  Be sure to give yourself time to experience some heavenly relaxation in our very special cabins and some of the best lodging Seward Alaska has to offer, with spectacular wildlife and beautiful scenery surrounding them, just south of Seward, Alaska, on the shores of Resurrection Bay on the Kenai Peninsula.

  • Our favorite water taxi is Seward Water Taxi USCG certified Captain Louis Garding.
  • Taking a water taxi is a great option for hiking the Caines Head Trail, hike one way and take a water taxi the other direction, or get a drop off to another cove or local beach for an afternoon of exploring.
  • You need to plan ahead to do this, and be sure to check schedules and pick-up/drop-off times and locations! You don’t want to get stranded and you WILL NOT HAVE CELL SERVICE to call them once you leave the civilized areas of Resurrection Bay

We’re happy to help you make these arrangements!

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