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The luxury lodge closest to the finest fishing in Southeast Alaska, Steamboat Bay Fishing Club hosts discerning anglers on secluded Noyes Island near Ketchikan, 90 minutes by sea plane from Seattle. The Club accommodates up to 24 guests in the beautifully appointed Lodge and adjacent manor-style Residence. Expert guides, state-of-the-art boats and equipment, fine Alaska-style cuisine, premium amenities, and personalized guest services make for an unparalleled sport-fishing experience.
Novice and experienced anglers alike enjoy guided saltwater sport fishing within minutes of the Club, which presides over the rugged coastlines and dense forests of the Southeast Alaska frontier. This untamed location is famed for wild Alaska king and silver salmon, halibut, lingcod, and more than 20 species of rockfish. From aboard the Club's custom-built fleet of North River cabin cruisers, guests may also set pots for Dungeness crabs and spot prawns.
As the only the lodge on Noyes Island, with a choice perch at the edge of the Pacific on the island's north coast, Steamboat Bay Fishing Club offers the closest proximity to the best fishing in Southeast Alaska. Club guests, owners, and crew are the island/'s only inhabitants. There are no roads or neighbors, nor public access, ensuring the ultimate in privacy and an unparalleled Alaska sport-fishing experience.
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Spacious accommodations appointed in North Pacific style deliver civilized comforts amid the Alaska wilderness. Guests settle into oceanfront or forest-view suites in The Lodge and The Residence, both built from local timbers and graced with antique fixtures reclaimed from the island's bygone salmon cannery.
Cocktails and dining take place in the Great Room, with its beamed ceiling, massive hearth, native Alaskan artworks, inviting sitting areas, and floor-to-ceiling views of Steamboat Bay. After dinner, guests may play a game of pool, opt for whiskey and a cigar, steep in the hot tub on the wraparound deck, lounge fireside with a book, or take a walk under the starry night sky to breathe in the sea air and the quiet serenity of the surrounding forest.
The Lodge at Steamboat Bay is the primary hub of Steamboat Bay Fishing Club. The Club accommodates up to 24 guests at a time, with the first 16 housed in The Lodge. Accommodations in The Lodge include six oceanfront suites (double occupancy) and four forest-view suites (single occupancy). An additional eight guests may also be accommodated at The Residence next door.
Each guest suite in The Lodge is located just a few indoor steps from the Great Room, where guests enjoy the fireside lounge, sweeping bay views, central fine dining, and the open bar.
Originals works by native Alaskan artists are featured throughout the property, and the ambient music may be customized to guest preference.
Guest suites in the Lodge include the following:
The Residence at Steamboat Bay is a manor-style house adjacent to The Lodge. Once a group has booked 16 guests at The Lodge, they may expand their group by up to eight additional guests at The Residence, allowing Steamboat Bay Fishing Club to accommodate up to 24 guests at a time.
In keeping with the artisan handcrafted styling reflected throughout Steamboat Bay, The Residence is constructed from warm Sitka spruce and other local timbers, and displays the work of native Alaskan artists on its walls. The Residence is sited over a stream that feeds into the bay, and features a transparent floor that offers incomparable views during the salmon run.
The Residence features six oceanfront suites (five single-occupancy and one double-occupancy), and one forest-view suite (single occupancy).
Guest suites in The Residence include the following:
The Residence features an inviting Great Room with a wood-burning fireplace, a hearth of Noyes Island river rock, and a sinuous table for 12 handcrafted of local timber. Cozy living areas appointed with Alaska-style furnishings afford guests a serene view of the bay, and a covered deck and stairway lead outdoors to the beach.
Guests staying at The Residence enjoy dining and cocktail receptions together with the rest of their party in The Lodge, with complimentary transportation service scheduled between the two facilities. The Residence also maintains a full refrigerator, pantry, and bar for guest use.
Looking out over Steamboat Bay, the covered deck at The Residence offers a tranquil setting after a day on the water. A wide stairway leads over the mouth of the salmon stream that courses beneath the manor house to the rocky beach beyond.
The upstairs Club Room is the gathering spot for a cigar and a game of eight ball. It sets the scene for relaxation with a pool table, game tables, satellite TV, and a fully stocked wet bar.
After a day reeling in the fish, guests unwind with a soothing soak in the warm waters of The Residence's deckside hot tub.
Guests at The Residence enjoy all the personalized guest services that establish Steamboat Bay Fishing Club as the premium luxury Alaska fishing lodge.
Explore the Tongass National Forest blanketing Noyes Island, entirely uninhabited except for Steamboat Bay guests, owners, and crew—and forest denizens that include bald eagles, Sitka black-tail deer, and more. Single-person kayaks may be reserved by those who wish to explore Steamboat Bay by paddle. Watch for humpback whales, sea otters, and egrets, and capture the serene beauty of Noyes Island with a camera.
With its warm, dry interiors, the mudroom maintains the Club\'s wardrobe of boots and Helly Hansen all-weather gear for guest use.
Styled on a traditional Slavic banya, the sauna has a picture window with a bay view, sits right on the water, and delivers soothing heat from a wood-burning stove.
Ambient music in The Lodge and The Residence may be customized to preference.
A variety of services are available for business occasions, from audiovisual equipment and meeting support to cobranded apparel and events.
Custom-designed exclusively for Steamboat Bay, each 27-foot aluminum cabin cruiser carries no more than four guests for maximize fishing pleasure. A winch facilitates crabbing and shrimping. Dual outboard motors provide superior reliability and control, as well as ample deck space. Cabin seats equipped with shock absorbers cushion the ride. Comforts also include private heads, and, for the angler who desires some down time, each cruiser has a rear fold-down seat.
Onboard amenities range from refrigerators to microwave ovens that afford hot lunches on the water (guests may also return to the Club to dine). Satellite radios tune in to guest favorites, and charging stations are available to power up smartphones and other personal electronics.
Prices shown have been converted to US$ based on today's exchange rate. This lodge charges in US$, so the amount billed to you may be different than the converted value shown here.
Deposit required: 33%
Balance due: Feb 1.
Dates not secured by deposit are not guaranteed and may be made available to other guests without notice. Reservations not paid in full by February 1 may be subject to cancellation. Steamboat Bay accepts Visa, MasterCard, and American Express. Payment may also be made by check payable to Steamboat Bay Fishing Club, LLC. All deposits are nonrefundable.
Steamboat Bay Fishing Club recognizes that unexpected emergencies can sometimes interfere with travel plans, and we recommend that all guests secure travel insurance to defray the potential costs of cancellation. Please send any notice of cancellation in writing to [email protected]
Steamboat Bay assesses a minimum $1,000 per person cancellation fee. There may be additional charges based on the following schedule:
There are no exceptions to this policy.
Steamboat Bay Fishing Club and Waterfall Group are not responsible for the loss of fishing time, lodging, food, transportation, baggage, and fish boxes; flight delays; or other incidents resulting from conditions beyond our control. Such conditions include but are not limited to emergency situations, weather and commercial airline schedules. Steamboat Bay encourages guests to obtain travel insurance in the event unforeseen circumstances affect a booked fishing trip.
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