Monthly Archives: August 2018

Catching more than we bargained

Petersburg lies at the northern entrance to the Wrangell Narrows, a channel that winds its way between the islands of Mitkof and Kupreonof and out into Sumner Strait.  We timed our exit from the harbour berth at slack water and … Continue reading

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Two Bear Bums in Alaska

The last three weeks in Alaska have been jam packed full of new discoveries; 60% amazing wildlife, 30% spectacular scenery and 10% chocolate. ¬†On our first day travelling from Sitka through the Sergius Narrows to our anchorage at Deep Bay … Continue reading

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