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Home Port of Seward, Alaska


The crossing of the Gulf of Alaska was gentle and beautiful.

Bill in control. While in the cockpit, we always wore lifejackets and were harnessed and attached to the boat.

Conni thinks and enjoys. Note lifejacket and harness.

Conni reads the Coast Pilot. Our chart plotter is visible.

The coast. Captain Cook saw this same view.

Mt. Fairweather in fair weather.

The Fairweather chain of mountains, beautiful in morning light.

The weather clears and we can see the mainland for the first time.

The Fairweather range peaks out.

Sunrise since someone was up and on watch 24 hours. The autopilot steered the entire way.

Dreary but safe conditions about 60 miles offshore.

Calm seas.



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