Lodging Details
Your trip takes place aboard a beautiful 67′ x 16′ houseboat called, the Midnight Sun. Providing a new twist to sport fishing in Alaska, this boat is outfitted with all creature comforts and modern amenities for up to four guests per week. The boat features four staterooms, each sleeping two guests. Each room is set up with two twin beds, a reading lamp for each bed and storage for clothing and personal items. There are two bathrooms providing full shower, sink and commode facilities which are shared by all six guests. The lounge and dining areas encompass the forward half of the boat and provide ample room to stretch out, relax and exchange the day’s fish stories. The lounge area is equipped with CD stereo, DVD player and a large table that doubles as the indoor dining table as well as a late-night fly tying area. The fore and aft decks are both covered and set up to enjoy a relaxing afternoon. The upper deck has a fully-covered and screened-in 45′ x 16′ area creating a lot of space for those wanting to enjoy a bug-free, quiet drink and watch Alaska’s midnight sun skirt the horizon.

Food and Beverages
Meals aboard Midnight Sun are substantial, which is why the staff likes to refer to the menu as ”Viking food!” You can expect large steaks, pork chops, pastas, salads and sides, and great desserts. Lunches are enjoyed in the boat each day and the crew will pack all of the drinks, sandwiches, snacks, and chips that you want. All sodas, beer, and wine are included in the package.

Typical Length of Stay
The standard package at Midnight Sun is six (6) nights / six (6) fishing days, running from Saturday to Friday. Guests will need to overnight in Anchorage on Friday night and fly to Aniak, Alaska (ANI) on Saturday morning to begin the trip. Departures will be the following Friday morning, allowing guests to depart Aniak Airport (ANI) mid-afternoon and Anchorage in the evening.

Non-Angling Activities and Options
Midnight Sun is primarily a fishing-focused destination, and the number of non-angling activities are very limited. Wildlife watching is a nice complement to the fishing, but this is not a trip for people who do not plan on fishing.

Internet / Communications
Internet access is not available during your stay and cell phones will not work during your visit.