Prince William Sound is big even for Alaska standards and in this vast landscape, Ravencroft sits at her heart.
Prince William Sound is big even for Alaska standards and in this vast landscape, Ravencroft sits at her heart. There are no roads to where we are and the nearest lodge is over 80 miles away, across the Sound. It is only accessible by boat or aircraft and caters to no more then a group of 12 guests at a time. And because we are so deep into the wilderness, animal life is never far.
The Viking is great for small groups and is considered a wet cabin allowing divers to enjoy accessing the heated cabin while waiting for the next dive. It is a 32' catamaran with dual Yam outboard's. The cabin is equipped with full electronics, bathroom, heat and seating for up to 7 comfortably. AED & Oxygen medical kit, Life-raft, first aid and all emergency equipment stored inside vessels cabin. Captain is CPR and first aid certified. Divers will have tanks filled with lodge's on shore dive compressor. We end the day at 2pm in order to ensure enough time is given to fill scuba tanks. During dive sessions, we use the "buddy system" and do not offer "in water" dive guides, but do give you a detailed briefing so that you can confidently navigate the site with a buddy. If your group would like to request a dive guide, one can be provided for an additional cost but must be booked at the same time you book your stay.
With ample beachfront in front the lodge, we encourage guests to look for new and exciting treasures that come with ever tidal change. Low tides allow for an often over looked eco system teeming with life. If you’ve got a macro lens, then bring it down for and you’ll see yourself easily entertained with all the little creatures that inhabit the area.