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Living the dream on a Nordhavn 40

X-Mas at Sucia Islands
X-Mas at Sucia Islands
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Tracy Arm

First we decided to recover from the high of emotions after Endicott Arm and took a day "off" at anchor. We left the next day early...

Endicott Arm

We expected the days in this huge area to be the highlight of our trip. We weren't disappointed. It started with a beautiful sunny day,...

Thomas Bay

Thomas bay is about mid distance between Petersburg and the glaciers at Endicott and Tracy Arm. It is both stop in a magnificent scenery,...

LeConte

We set off from Petersburg on a foggy morning and soon the sun managed to melt it away, leaving us in gorgeous weather with unlimited...

Petersburg

We had planned on anchoring for the night in Deception Bay, just at the entrance of the Wrangell Narrows. By precise timing and accurate...

Anan Bear Observatory

A friend with a Nordhavn 40 sistership told us about Anan Bear Observatory, saying it had been his best memory of his Alaskan trip. We...

Meyer's Chuck

A little over 30 miles North of Ketchikan lies a well protected cove with a tight entrance: Meyer's Chuck. There is a very nice public...

Dixon Entrance. Ketchikan do it!

We left Bundige Island early (for us!) and in clear beautiful sunny weather. This is about as good as it gets crossing a major passage...

Dundas Island.

Day by day we saw our latitude climb North by a few minutes, adding up to degrees. Today, after a quick overnight stop at Bloxam passage...

To Klemtu or not to Klemtu. Khutze Inlet

From Shearwater we had planned on continuing to split our climb up North into manageable chunks of about 30 to 40 miles each day,...

Shearwater Resort and Marina

Setting off early once again in bright sunshine we made way through a number of tight passages on our way to Shearwater. Shearwater is a...

Pruth Bay. Hakai Institute

Nestled at the end of a 7 miles long inlet is a great anchorage close to the docks of the Hakai Institute. The institute is housed in a...

Miles Inlet

Aiming for good weather in the Queen Charlotte straight we left Port McNeill early morning. The straight is one of the few areas on the...

Port McNeill. Fill Her Up!

We set off from Port Neville in perfectly calm conditions, and within half an hour the tides switched to give us a gentle push all the...

Port Neville

We left Octopus very early -just after 09:00 in the morning!- which is much earlier than our normal time, but we had to hit the tides...

Octopus Bay Marine Park

A picture being worth a thousand word, I'll let this one speak to the beauty of Octopus Bay. We are in high season, but the bay is very...

North by Northwest

No Hitchcox mystery: We're simply making our way North on the lee side of Vancouver Island. Easy navigation, with a little spicing up as...

Oooh Canada!

We took a few extra days in Blaine then Semihamoo marina, thanks to a kind offer from friends who gracefully lent us their dock for a few...

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