Current Pricing

These are our current prices. Add 10% Alaska State Tax to all Vehicle rentals

Here's where the rules also kick in 🙁 .You will need to be at least 25 to rent from us, and you have to show proof of current vehicle insurance (your insurance is what solely covers you while you use our vehicles).

Vehicle Rentals include deluxe forest service map, first-aid kit, tool kit, flashlights, emergency blankets, flint, binoculars in a clean, well maintained vehicle with a good personality. If you depart from a different location than you arrive, there may be a $100 fee to shuttle the vehicle back to it's original location.

Vehicle Daily Weekly
Either of the 12 passenger vans $140 $840
"April" the Honda CRV $100 $600
4 Door Toyota Tundra W/Ladder Rack $135 $810
Larger 4 Door Toyota Tundra's $130 $780
All Smaller Toyota Access Cab Trucks $120 $720
"Puff" the Toyota Sequoia $120 $720
Any of the 3 Leather GMC Suburban's $115 $690
"MR. Rogers" Our 15 Passenger Van $145 $870
"June" Our Toyota Rav-4 $95 $570
Sleeping/Camping Platform for Tundra's $20 $100

Boat Rentals include GPS Chartplotter/fish finder, main motor, trolling motor, emergency oars, fuel containers, initial fuel (has to be refilled or paid for), first-aid kit, gun-type flare, fire extinguisher, emergency blankets, flint and life jackets. We also have Halibut, Salmon and Casting Poles for rent. Trailers rented separately as we have found boats prefer the water vs the road. A $2500 damage deposit required. We have 1-16' Smokercrafts, 2-18' Alumawelds all have 4-stroke motors. ADD 10% TO THE PRICES BELOW IF YOU ARE NOT RENTING A VEHICLE WITH YOUR BOAT.

Skiff Daily Weekly
16' Smokercrafts (1) $195 $1250
Trailer for SmokerCraft $50 $275
Crab and Shrimp Pots $15 $75
18' Alumaweld (2) $295 $1775

Kayak Rentals include paddles, skirts, paddle float (to aid you in getting back into the boat if capsized) and life jackets. Most vehicles have a rack to carry up to 2 kayaks

Paddle Boats 1st Day Weekly
Single Kayaks $55 $265
Canoes $55 $265

We can provide Camping or Cooking gear to lighten your travel load, click on the highlighted words to see what we have.

Tire and Glass Protection as a Consideration

If you have experienced our Island before, you know that once off the pavement (and even sometimes on) the roads are covered by "shot" rock. We include nearly new, multi-ply tires on all rigs and you need to return the vehicle with the same good tires. We don't mix our tires on the rigs, so if a tire is destroyed, it must be replaced with the same exact new tire, and just shipping them to our remote Island is expensive. Also, these rocks embed themselves in the tire tread of passing cars and can also cause rock chips and sometimes crack windshields and headlights .To deal with this repeated blow that our customers were experiencing, we began to offer an optional protection fee which covers the cost of tire, windshield and headlight repair/replacement caused from these wayward rocks. The cost is the lesser of either 10% of your rental, or $50 on the Subaru's and $75 for a truck or van (these are 10ply Mr Super Expensive tires). You don't have to take the protection fee and can wait to decide when you pick your vehicle up.