Christine Wyatt

Christine Wyatt, an avid sailor, 100-ton-licensed captain, and accomplished chef, moved to Southeast Alaska from Hawaii 20 years ago in search of adventure. Since moving to Alaska, Christine has worked for the Office of the Governor, the Alaska State Legislature, and was CEO of the Juneau Chamber of Commerce. Her background gives her a wealth of knowledge into Alaska’s colorful political and social history, and she has been around the sea all her life. As a cook, Christine tries to incorporate the plants and other natural ingredients that can be harvested in Southeast Alaska into her meals, and she also loves sharing her passion for photography and kayaking.

Upcoming Trips: TBA

Past Trips:

Hidden Glacier Bay, July 23-29, 2011
Alaska Private Journey, June 9-15, 2012
Hidden Glacier Bay, June 16-22, 2012
Hidden Glacier Bay, June 30-July 6, 2012
Alaska Private Journey, July 7-13, 2012
Hidden Glacier Bay, July 14-20, 2012
Hidden Glacier Bay, July 28-August 3, 2012
Hidden Glacier Bay, August 11-17, 2012
Alaska Private Journey, August 25-31, 2012
Alaska Private Journey, June 15-21, 2013
Hidden Glacier Bay, June 29-July 5, 2013
Alaska Private Journey, July 13-19, 2013
Hidden Glacier Bay, July 27-August 2, 2013
Alaska Private Journey, August 3- 9, 2013
Hidden Glacier Bay, August 10-16, 2013

Client Testimonials:


Christine is the essence of what a trip leader should be. The work she does to make the trip special for each individual shows she loves showing the riches of Alaska. Teresa G., Milford, MA
Hidden Glacier Bay
Chris is one of a kind—knowledgeable, competent, and very good at relating to all types of people. We felt in good hands. Russ N., Mill Valley, CA
Hidden Glacier Bay
It is impossible to say too many good things about Chris Wyatt! She possesses a unique and diverse combination of experiences and knowledge that made each day compelling and fun. Her fluency with all things Alaskan—not only natural, but cultural and political as well—greatly enhanced my trip. Christopher Q., San Francisco, CA
Hidden Glacier Bay