Glacier Point Oysters

Glacier Point Oysters are Pacific Oysters grown in 10 tier wire mesh stacking trays that are suspended in the water column below blue buoys. The oysters are washed, sorted and tumbled for 3 years on the farm, to produce a perfect half shell oyster.


Every oyster is washed, counted and packed by hand to order.  We pack and ship product on the same day it is harvested to ensure fresh product delivered to our customers every time2015 summer 666

Oysters and mussels are available 2 x a week in the summer months, winter harvesting can be more challenging…


Farming Alaskan Mussels

Mussels are native to Alaska. Every summer, adult mussels spawn releasing billions of babies into the water column. The baby mussels, called seed or spat, are free swimming larvae for about a month before settling down to grow on a surface in the water. Mussels especially like to settle on ropes,which makes it easy for us to collect them to grow into the mussels we eat.KachemakBayShellfish 10

Mussels are seeded on a mussel rope where they grow suspended in the water column below the mussel raft feeding on algae that naturally grows in the water.

1 year old mussels growing on mussel rope

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Mussel rafts are built to withstand winter Alaska conditions of ice, wind and waves.


The mighty mussel processor, Labial Palps, ready for action. The Labial Palps was recommissioned as a mussel processor in 2013, complete with a fresh coat of lipstick and a mussel declumper. The vessel was originally named Lips. Labial palps is the word for mussel lips or feeding appendages.

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Mussels being pulled up for harvest

Mussels being processed through the mussel declupmer

Mussels are bagged on the farm into 5 or 10 pound bags. Ready to be sold fresh within hours of harvest

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