Touch, See, and Experience the
Real Kachemak Bay
Kachemak Bay contains some of the most beautiful, enchanting and mesmerizing wildlife and scenery in the world. Seaman’s Ecotour Adventures provide a safe and friendly approach to a highly productive and unique Alaska marine ecosystem. Alaska ecotours and family adventures include guided hiking tours, sightseeing, and wildlife tours and photography. Clients receive a personalized and memorable experience exploring the Alaska wilderness, diverse culture, and history of lower Cook Inlet.
We are open for tours in the spring, summer, and fall, with occassionally availability in winter months. Both full or half-day trips are available. A variety of trips offers a diverse range of activities in order to provide exciting recreation and learning opportunities. Alaska sightseeing and adventures is an experience everyone should attempt at least once in their life. Bring a small group or family to Kachemak Bay and take home visuals and memories sure to last forever. Visit the rest of our site for helpful information, specials and contact information. And check customer reviews on Trip Advisor.
We specialize in custom trips for small groups and families that are built around their specific interests or needs. We offer a wide variety of trips and activities -- from wildlife tours, birding, and guided hiking -- to help you more fully experience this unique and productive coastal and marine ecosystem of Kachemak Bay. Examples of fishing trips and tours include:
Glenn Seaman, the principal guide/naturalist, has over 40 years professional experience in biology and conservation of marine and coastal areas in Alaska, including over 16 years in the Kachemak Bay and Homer, Alaska area. He is an avid fisherman, birder, and naturalist. To complement his biological background, he has a keen interest in Alaska history and Alaska Native cultures. Through independent and college study, he continues to expand his knowledge of the marine environment and Alaska culture and history, to share his knowledge and enthusiasm with visitors. Glenn is a marine biologist, and has recently completed an graduate degree in Cross-Cultural Studies, studying indigenous knowledge systems and cultures in Alaska. He strives to keep current on latest science in the bay, so he can share the best information available.
Their vessel -- the "Pinbone" -- is a very comfortable boat with heat, restroom, and other amenities. The Pinbone is a very sturdy 26-foot long/10-foot beam Glasply boat for a comfortable and pleasant ride. The Pinbone has a large flat deck and fully-enclosed pilot house, with full-surround large windows for your comfort and enjoyment.
We strive to help the visitor -- whether from Alaska, other states, or other countries -- more fully experience the variety of adventure experiences that Kachemak Bay has to offer. Kachemak Bay is one the most diverse and productive marine and coastal ecosystems in Alaska, with abundant marine and wildlife resources.
Explore Kachemak Bay tidepools on our guided Alaska wildlife tours.
Guided Alaska hiking trips includes views of Kachemak Bay, Homer Spit (upper left), and the glacier plume from Wosnesenki River on a rising tide.
The Pinbone, a 26 foot/10 foot beam boat used by Seaman Ecotour Adventures.
Kachemak Bay Ecotours, Hiking and Trekking, Alaska Culture and History,
Wildlife Photography, and Tidepooling in the Kachemak Bay and Homer Alaska Area
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