Alaska Sea Adventures


Alaska Sea Adventures is looking for crew for the 2024 season starting in March. If you are interested in employment with Alaska Sea Adventures and feel qualified, we would accept your application and resume’ for consideration. Please read the job description and requirements below and fill out the information below with your resume.

Please note: Restricted to US citizens only as per USCG regulations.

Alaska Sea Adventures is an Alaska yacht charter and cruise company, operating one yacht for guided and custom Alaska adventure cruises.

Our crew consists of a captain, chef, and mate/deckhand. Crew candidates must be highly motivated team players, capable of working independently and have excellent organizational skills, a fun personality, provide quality guest service with a smile, and maintain excellent appearance and hygiene habits.



An applicant is required to have previous experience working on vessels. First Aid/CPR is a plus. Outdoor guiding/leadership experience is required with knowledge of fishing and sea kayaking as top priorities. Smoke and drug-free. USCG license preferred.


  • Boat preparation prior to cruise season.
  • Boat preparation prior to cruise /between cruises.
  • Interacting and working with clients.
  • Maintaining cleanliness of vessel deck areas.
  • Maintenance of sea kayaks and skiffs.
  • Guiding guests on sea kayak trips.
  • Attending to fishing gear and guest’s fishing needs.
  • Small boat operation for excursions.

Preference is given to applicants with the following qualifications:

  • Experience on vessels in Alaska
  • Knowledge and experience with Alaska sport fishing.
  • Previous employment on boats.
  • Outdoor skills and sea kayaking experience.
  • Current First Aid/CPR training



Applicant must enjoy Alaska outdoors, adventure, interacting with people, be well organized,  neat, and have previous chef experience, preferably on vessel(s). Excellent people skills, good references, and a team player are required. Familiarity with seafood is required with knowledge of Pacific Northwest seafood preferred.


  • Purchase vessels food & hospitality items. Prepare 3 meals, hor’dourves, and 1-2 desserts daily for up to 10 guests and 3 crew.
  • Provide daily housekeeping duties and guest service as required.
  • Conduct vessel turn-around preparation between trips.
  • Assist crew with vessel docking lines.
  • This is a very demanding yet very rewarding position for the right type of person.

Preference is given to applicants with the following qualifications:

  • Experience and knowledge of Alaska/Northwest seafood.
  • Formal culinary education and training.
  • Alaska work experience.
  • Previous employment on boats.
  • Current First Aid/CPR training.

References are required. Pre-employment drug testing and enrollment in our random drug/alcohol testing program are required.

Employment dates are March through October.


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