Sailing Pacific Ocean and Remote Canada
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In our last episode of our adventures at sea we are sailing the pacific ocean in some serious insane waters!
This Hasta Alaska sailing adventure takes us from remote Canada out to the open water of the Pacific Ocean. We’re tackling the craziest water we’ve ever seen exploring remote British Columbia on a 45′ sailboat, stopping at Bishops Bay hot springs, and the abandoned Butedale Cannery before tackling some seriously insane water of the coast of Vancouver Island. Eventually we take on the open ocean and sail down the West coast of the USA facing the full swell of the Pacific Ocean.
Sailing Pacific Ocean Waters
Abandoned Butedale Cannery
Remote Hot Springs at Bishops Bay
Night Shift after 4 days straight sailing
The tired crew after the relentless swaying and bobbing from sailing open waters
Captain Alaska finally getting her seas legs
Alaska can smell that we are approaching land
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