Conveniently located near Southeast Alaska’s scenic Inside Passage, Noyes Island is home to a unique, secluded wilderness paradise, specifically designed as a private luxury resort for passionate travelers and adventurers of all degrees.
Seattle, Washington's SeaTac International Airport is the central location for commercial flights to Alaska, and will typically serve as the starting point of your trip to Noyes Island Resort.
Noyes Island Resort: 55°31'45.6"N 133°38'12.5"W
Step One: Getting to Ketchikan, Alaska
Ketchikan International Airport is a small but efficient meeting ground for getting you on your way to Noyes Island. It is just a 90-minute flight from Seattle on Alaska Airlines, or by private jet charter, and offers many charms as a quaint port town, including shops, museums, hotels, and historic buildings.
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Step Two: Departing Ketchikan
After arrival in Ketchikan, guests are assisted in transferring to the nearby float plane dock, just a few steps down a covered ramp from the airport terminal.
Once aboard your aircraft, a short flightseeing tour over Alaska’s famed Inside Passage unfolds into the majestic Tongass National Forest, which serves as the gateway to Noyes Island Resort's private dock.
NOTE: In case of harsh weather conditions, guests may be transferred to the nearby city of Craig, and ferried out to Noyes Island at no extra cost.
Step Three: Welcome to Steamboat Bay
As the float plane touches down in Steamboat Bay, guests first experience the grand scale of Noyes Island Resort, and take a first liberating breath of fresh air, provided by the uninhabited Tongass National forest. Guests are given time to settle in and relax before truly beginning the trip of a lifetime while our crew handles the transfer of all luggage to guest rooms.
On departure day, the staff provides breakfast, loads out guests' fish boxes, and helps transfer luggage to the sea-plane dock for a final morning flight back to Ketchikan.