PO Box 19149 Thorne Bay,  AK  99919
1-907-828-3335
 EMAIL: floatel@starband.net
Scenery, Remoteness, Privacy,
Accessibility, Wonderful Accommodations,
Do-It-Yourself  Fishing, Beach Combing,
Crabbing, Charter Boat Availability,
all at low prices.
Take yourself in one of our 15 foot
rental boats, fishing, clamming,
crabbing, beach combing or
sightseeing.
Your Lodging!
Our 4-deluxe beach front log cabins (called "Mini Lodges by one of our first guests) are perfectly designed for a family excursion to Alaska
both for the avid fisherman and the spouse who just wishes to relax and read a good book.
Our cabins are completely outfitted with bedding, towels, and
kitchen supplies. Each cabin has a wood stove,  propane cook
stove, refrigerator, hot water heater, and a modern bathroom
with a shower.  Free wireless Internet connection and coin
operated laundry facilities are also available.
We specialize in adventures
we help you  plan!
Email us or call (907) 828-3335 or 254-4252
 
Sound like the place you've been looking for?  That is what
Jim & Jeannie McFarland had in mind when they started
building their destination lodge at Thorne Bay, Alaska back
in 1988.

Located on Prince of Wales Island in Southeast Alaska,
two
miles by water from the town of Thorne Bay McFarland's
FLOATEL is accessibly remote.  You will arrive by float plane,
boat, or car.  Jim & Jeannie McFarland will assist you with
travel ideas.

Experiencing Southeast Alaska's beautiful scenery and
abundant wildlife can be done right from your private log
cabin, on the waterfront. At low tide, beachcombers can
view firsthand the many varieties of underwater sea life that
inhabit our waters.  You can saltwater fish for several
varieties of salmon, halibut, and other bottom fish.  Crab
pots are available for your use and three edible varieties of
clams are within a quick boating distance.
Visitors to the FLOATEL soon learn there is more to
Southeast Alaska than just fishing.   Relaxing in your own
private cabin is one of the best things about coming here.
We also advertise in Fish Alaska Magazine.