Travel through Kachemak Bay and across Cook Inlet - You will be traveling across waters abundant with wildlife. Many marine and land animals inhabit Kachemak Bay and Cook Inlet because they are rich with nutrients and food. After departing the Homer Harbor you will take a 50 mile journey to Chinitna Bay, leaving Kachemak Bay and crossing the Cook Inlet. This takes about 2 hours (depending on weather) and gives us a great opportunity to spot whales, otters, and other marine wildlife. On every tour we will always stop the boat and let you get a close look at the wildlife we come across. When everyone is done watching and taking pictures, we’ll keep on heading to our destination.
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