Seward is a friendly seaside town located at the head of Resurrection Bay on the Kenai Peninsula and about 126 miles south of Anchorage.
The port is no longer an Alaska Marine ferry stop, visitor traffic arriving by sea to Seward arrives on the larger cruise ships.
Spectacular scenery, sport fishing, glacier and wildlife cruises through the Kenai Fjords National Park, sailing, hiking, kayaking, flight seeing and summer dog sled rides - all contribute to making Seward a popular spot to visit.
The Alaska Sealife Center which operates a research program as well as rehabilitating injured mammals and birds is also well worth a visit.
General Information: Land - Sea - Air
GrayLine of Alaska: glass-domed rail-cars and luxury coach tours through Denali National Park
Cruise Ship, like ferry reservations, absolutely must be made well in advance.