Omega-3 is good for your heart... so fish your heart out on the F/V Kiwi Au Kai and Kai Moana
Nature and the fantastic Alaskan wildlife are yours to see! Humpback whales, Minke whales, Dall porpoise, sea lions, orca whales, brown and black bear...and they are just the large ones! Sea otters, sea lions, seals, river otter, marmot, bald eagles, oyster catchers, arctic terns, kittiwakes, and puffins as well!
Want to head out into some outstanding far reaches of the Prince William Sound? You can! With a boat drop off/pick up. If you want to turn it into a hiking trip, try a guided hike with an experienced Alaskan survival educator and outdoors specialist.
The kiwi is a native New Zealand bird and a nickname for someone who comes from New Zealand. "Au Kai" means navigator in Hawaiian and "Kai" means food in Maori. Our vessel's captain is a "Kiwi" from New Zealand who has lived in Alaska for thirty nine years and skippers Kai Moana to bring you food from the sea!
In 2019 we added an additional boat to provide a bit more comfort and room. “Kai Moana” is 26’ Raider powered with twin Honda 150s. The name Kai...as you know means food in Maori and Moana means sea. A perfect name for our seafood provider! Both vessels have heated cabins and a private head, (restroom for your landlubbers).
Early spring kayak run to Heather Bay.
Kiwi Au Kai dropping campers in Shoup Bay.
Kai Moana dropping hikers in Galena Bay.
Feel free to call or email any time with questions about availability, rates, or fishing and hiking opportunities! You may also visit us in Valdez's small boat harbor at slip M26; although we are often out and about with clients in Prince William Sound.
Valdez Small Boat Harbor Slip M26 Valdez, Alaska, 99686, USA
06:00 am – 08:00 pm