North to Alaska 2022

Fully vaccinated, we look forward to getting back into cruising through Canada up to SE Alaska!

10 August 2022 | Todd Inlet, BC, Canada
08 August 2022 | Lesqueti Island, BC, Canada
04 August 2022 | Heriot Bay, BC, Canada
03 August 2022 | Octopus Islands, BC, Canada
03 August 2022 | Octopus Islands, BC, Canada
31 July 2022 | Lagoon Cove, BC, Canada
30 July 2022 | Echo Bay, BC, Canada
28 July 2022 | Port McNeill, BC, Canada
22 July 2022 | Oliver Cove, BC, Canada
22 July 2022 | Windy Bay, BC, Canada
19 July 2022 | Hartley Bay, BC, Canada
18 July 2022 | Kumealon Inlet, BC, Canada
17 July 2022 | Prince Rupert, BC, Canada
16 July 2022 | Foggy Bay, Alaska
15 July 2022 | Meyer's Chuck, Alaska
14 July 2022 | Dora Bay, Alaska
13 July 2022 | Ketchikan, Alaska
12 July 2022 | Ketchikan, Alaska
06 July 2022 | Ketchikan, Alaska
05 July 2022 | Ketchikan, Alaska

Coming to the Aid of another Sailboat

20 May 2022 | Kisameet Bay, BC
George Stonecliffe
After leaving Little Fry Pan Bay on Friday, we were motoring north in Fitz Hugh Sound when we heard a distress call to the Canadian Coast Guard. A sailboat was languishing with no wind, and their motor wasn't operational. They were slowly drifting with the current towards shore. We
were three hours away from them, but called in to the Coast Guard, and said we would try to help. After three hours, we arrived on scene. The wind had picked up, but they were struggling getting up their mainsail. We pulled along side, tied up to them, and moved them into the wind.
With some help, they were able to raise their mainsail. When they were in the wind, we released them. In the mean time, they had asked the Coast Guard to help contact towing services in Bella Bella to come and tow them to Shearwater where they would have a mechanic's help with their
engine. We stood off with them for four hours sailing until the tow tug arrived on scene at 1800. We said our good byes, and left for a nearby anchorage at Kisameet Bay on King Island for the night. Saw two Pacific Loons in the anchorage. All is well!
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Vessel Name: Julia Max
Vessel Make/Model: 45' Passport/Peterson Custom Ketch
Hailing Port: Portland, Oregon, USA
Crew: George and Sue Stonecliffe
About: Fully vaccinated, we are positioning ourselves to head north through Canada to Alaska's amazing Glacier Bay NP and back. Have a wonderful summer. Cheers to all!
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