Access the remote wonders of Kachemak Bay and the Alaskan coastline with Coldwater Alaska
Access the remote wonders of Kachemak Bay and the Alaskan coastline with Coldwater Alaska.
Homer, Alaska water Taxi
With Coldwater Alaska your Alaskan adventure doesn’t need to stop when the road ends. We give you custom access to Kachemak Bay and remote locations on the Alaskan coastline. Whether you are looking to hike and camp in locations with boat-only access, view Alaskan wildlife, haul supplies and gear, or have something else in mind requiring custom charter services, we have you covered.
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Be captivated by Alaskan Wildlife
A trip to Alaska wouldn’t be complete without viewing seacoast and marine wildlife. From whale watching for orcas or humpbacks, to birding for some of Alaska’s 500 migratory and indigenous birds, Coldwater Alaska’s wildlife tours allow you to enjoy one of Alaska’s most popular activities.
Create your own Alaskan adventure
Dreaming of exploring some of Kachemak Bay State Wilderness Park’s 400,000 acres of mountains, glaciers, forests and ocean? Our boats give you access to popular remote destinations for hiking, camping, photography, backcountry skiing, kayaking, and more.
Travel by boat across Kachemak Bay
Most places along Kachemak bay are accessible only by boat. We provide a safe and reliable water taxi from Homer, Alaska across Kachemak Bay year-round.
Haul your gear and supplies
Our boats are capable of transporting up to 6,500 lbs each. We can haul your gear, supplies, equipment, or whatever else you need taken across the bay.
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Coldwater Alaska provides water taxi and guided tours throughout the Kachemak Bay. We operate year round, offering access to the bay and the surrounding areas for those who seek to adventure, transport goods, or otherwise get out and see this amazing part of Alaska.