SEA QUEST (46 ft. Armstrong Catamaran): We custom-designed this vessel for fishing and sightseeing in Seward, Alaska. She was completed in May of 2006. Her hull is heavy-duty aluminum. She is a Coast Guard inspected passenger vessel, licensed to carry 48 passengers, and can comfortably fish 20 people around her extensive lower deck. Her upper-deck is a perfect place to take a break from fishing and enjoy the natural surroundings. In the main cabin, 26 people can be seated around five dining tables. Even with a full load of fishermen and fish, she is among the fastest vessels in the Seward fleet of any size, with a comfortable cruising speed of around 22 knots and a top speed of around 30 knots. For the summer of 2021, we have decreased our capacity to 18 passengers.
"Vessel Particulars: Official Number: 1182372; Registered Length: 46.0’; Breadth: 18.0’; Propulsion: Twin John Deere 6125 AFM 75 engines (1,160 total hp); U.S. Coast Guard Certified for 48 passengers"
Sea Quest Fishing Gear All of our fishing gear is top of the line to ensure that every fight is successful and manageable regardless of the angler’s experience level.
Rods: Okuma Cedros ( Alaska Series) halibut rods with 100 pound tuf line coated in teflon for extreme tension and less abrasion.
Reels: Okuma Makaira MK16 2 speed reels. These high-performance reels are equipped with the finest drag and anti-reverse and are used in tournaments around the world. The 2-speed option gives anglers the ability to reel in large fish with just two fingers. Okuma stands behind a 5-year warranty, demonstrating the product’s lasting quality.
Hooks: We use the finest hooks on the market made by Owner in various sizes and use each according to the fish we catch. By doing so, we minimize fish injury and maximize the chance for survival upon release.
Alaska Northern Outfitters strives to provide the most professional crew services possible aboard the Sea Quest. Coast Guard-licensed skipper and co-owner Sean Carlin sets a very high standard and has trained many of Seward's captains and deckhands. Our job is to serve you and we do it well. We appreciate feedback. We continuously receive very high ratings on social media. We are not happy unless you've had an extraordinarily good day.