Water Taxi


True North operates two passenger vessels for trips across Kachemak Bay. We can take you kayaking, hiking, mountain biking, berry picking, to yurts, camping on the beach or on a scenic wildlife tour around the bay. Exciting adventures abound across the bay. We can take you to Jakolof Dock for mountain biking and to many trailheads for out and back hikes/runs or point to point hikes/runs. Contact us or make your reservation on-line below.


The Bonnie Ann

Do you have a large group? One of only a few water taxis in Kachemak Bay that can service larger groups, The Bonnie Ann is an 18 passenger USCG certified boat with a drop down ladder off the bow.


The Billy Hawk

The Billy Hawk is a 6 passenger landing craft great for beach landings, hauling kayaks, paddle boards, bikes and freight of all kinds. The Billy Hawk makes beach landings a breeze.


For further areas like Humpy Creek or the head of Tutka Bay please contact us for prices. Whatever your water taxi needs don't hesitate to let us know how we can help you!

Pricing & Reservations





Water Taxi to Kachemak Bay State Park Trails:
Kayak Beach, China Poot, Glacier Spit/Saddle Trail and Jakolof Dock.

     $75 per person round-trip

     $40 round-trip kid fare


Halibut Cove Lagoon and Tutka 1 & 2
     $80 per person round-trip

     $40 round-trip kid fare


Humpy Creek and Tutka Backdoor Trail
     $85 per person round-trip

     $40 round-trip kid fare


Wildlife and Scenic Cruise

     $50 person for 1 hour

     $75 for 2 hours

Hiking and Trail Running

You can water taxi to many different hikes and runs. Here are some of our favorites.


Glacier Spit to the Saddle Trail is a minimum of 4 hours dock to dock (includes water taxi time). This takes you to Glacier Lake and views of the Grewingk Glacier and is a total of 3 miles. Miles can be added on by going to the tram over Grewingk Creek and/or up Alpine Ridge on the way to the Saddle Trail.


Humpy Creek to the Saddle Trail is a great trail run without too many big hills. This is about 6 miles with a detour up to Glacier Lake.


Grace Ridge traverse or up and back from Kayak Beach is a fabulous rugged hike with 3200 feet of elevation gain. The traverse is 9.5 miles and is for the very fit and adventurous.


If you’d like a naturalist guide to accompany you the fee is $125/day.



Getting across the bay for a run or a hike is such a treat....AND great training.

—Kathy, Homer

Ride Along Tour with a pre-existing water taxi run

    $50 person


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