The City of Seward is South Central Alaska’s playground. A remarkable and vibrant community of 3000 people, Seward is located 125 miles south of Anchorage at the beginning (mile 0) of the Seward Highway. National Geographic Adventure Magazine listed Seward among the top ten adventure-based outposts in America!
Seward’s Small Boat Harbor is situated
on the northern edge of Resurrection Bay,
which multiple publications have ranked
as one of the top sailing destinations
in the United States.
Here you'll find easy access to Exit Glacier, Kenai Fjords National Park, fishing, kayaking, camping, flight-seeing, and an assortment of other activities.
Seward Boat Harbor
PO Box 167
Seward , Alaska 99664
Phone: (907) 224-3138
Fax: (907) 224-7187
Office Hours are 8am to 5pm 7 days a week. Channel 17 is monitored 8am to 10pm daily.
|Beginning May 1, 2014 transient (guest) moorage (monthly, semi-annual, or annual moorage) must be paid before the moorage begins. Moorage charges will no longer be based on a calendar month, but instead the moorage month will begin on the date the moorage is paid. Otherwise, the daily rate will be billed and must be paid before any discounted moorage is available.
Seward welcomes a variety of vessels that make up our commercial fishing fleet: long-liners, purse-seiners, and gill-netters. The area has over 100 charter boat operators and a dozen tour boat operators to help you enjoy the Kenai Fjords National Park and beyond. We are the proud home port of the US Coast Guard Cutter Mustang and we routinely welcome members of the US Naval Fleet.
We are a full service port with
50-ton and 250-ton Travelifts,
syncrolift, boat repair yards, potable water and power
utilities, hardware stores, grocery
stores, art galleries, restaurants,
hotels and many other amenities
to meet every need.