Alaska Ferry Reservations

Experienced Alaska Ferry Reservations Agent

Our New Role


Alaska Tour Adventures, which owns and operates this website, will reduce the amount of ferry reservations assistance effective immediately. Since the State of Alaska feels it does not need the assistance of travel agents to book the ferries, we have had to place a fee for our services. For the longer, more complicated trips, we're happy to help set that up for you with a $25 fee. For the shorter ferry runs, we will refer you on to the AMHS Reservations. If it is a weekend, and they are closed if you need us, we here!


2017 Tours Soon


For more information on the tours we have coming, visit our main website often. We'll be updating it through the winter.

Summer 2017 Schedule


Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities proposed Alaska Marine Highway System (AMHS) schedule pattern for summer 2017 is now available online for public review. Please see the Press Release for more details. There is no date for opening set yet. The review process can be quite lengthy since the communities will need to assess it.



There’s no arguing that one of the best ways to explore Alaska is by cruising the 1500 miles of coastline know as "Alaska’s Inside Passage" — but not everyone wants a traditional cruise. Consider traveling on the Alaska Marine Highway, which offers a fleet of fast farranging ferries, each bearing the name of an Alaskan glacier. Giving you the opportunity to vacation, with or without your car or RV, and even the family pet is welcome. With all the scenic beauty of a traditional small cruise ship, yet puts you in charge of your own itinerary, you are free to stop and go as you chart your own course through seven ports of call along the Inside Passage.

Why Take the Alaska Ferry?

Alaska presents one of the most scenic sections on earth more coastline than the rest of the United States combined, and more than half its coastal cities are unreachable by conventional roads. On the Alaska Marine Highway the crews work aroundtheclock to provide safety and comfort without "Love Boat" frippery. The ferries are clean and comfortable, with observation lounges, heated solariums, a widemenu selection in the restaurants and cafeterias. Unlike traditional cruise ships the crews are all Alaskan residents and tipping is not necessary. Some vessels have theater areas that show feature films as well as documentaries about Alaska. Many ships have card rooms, small video arcades, reading rooms and toddler play areas.






Company Info:

Lost luggage, trip cancellation, medical emergency

We're in Alaska:

PO Box 116
Homer, Alaska 99603

Company Websites:

509-433-1329 Reservations

Alaska Network:

Our Fees:

Our fees are simple and reasonable. It's important to us that you get the help you need while traveling in Alaska.

Ferry Quote: $10 Flat Fee
Ferry Reservation: $25 Flat Fee
Lodging & Activities separate from the ferry: 15% of total