Alaska Packing List
All items are available to purchase from Seabourn Adventure Outfitter.
Waterproof pants: Lightweight, waterproof breathable and packable. Loose fitting and wide leg width are preferred.
Lofted “puffy” jacket and vest: A jacket and a vest insulated with Primaloft or similar synthetic. Travel with one of each and mix and match them with and without your rain jacket.
Performance shirts and pants: Short sleeve and long sleeve shirts, pants and shorts made of performance fabrics. They should breathe, dry quickly, and protect you from strong sun.
Long underwear: Breathable, mid-weight thermal tops and bottoms provide warmth without bulk. We suggest traveling with two sets.
Hiking boots and trail shoes: Comfortable hiking boots or trail shoes with arch support.
Gloves or Mittens: Insulating waterproof gloves or mittens with removable liners that can be worn alone.
Neoprene paddling gloves for kayaking
Socks: Walking socks of wool or wool blend
Rain hat: Waterproof with a wide brim and a chin drawstring
Backpack: Lightweight, waterproof backpack for carrying and protecting your items as you go ashore. If you have camera equipment, pack them in seal-proof, waterproof sacks and cases, then carry them all in a waterproof pack.
Trekking poles: A lightweight, collapsible telescopic walking staff for ice, snow and rugged terrain.
Waterproof sacks and cases: Heavy-duty sacks and cases specifically designed to store and protect your phone, camera, film, binoculars and more.
Binoculars: Compact, high-performance binoculars. A pair of “8 x 26” (8 power magnification and 26mm objective diameter) is recommended.
Also recommended: Sunglasses with U.V. filter protection; sunscreen, lip balm & sunscreen.
To purchase these items and more, visit Seabourn Adventure Outfitter.
Order items 30 days before your departure to ensure timely home delivery.