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Craig Docks

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Blunden Harbor

It is always nice to know a few safe harbors one can use to wait out bad weather. Before making the passage across Queen Charlotte Sound on a northbound journey there are a few such places to mark on your … Continue reading

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Photo of the Week – Taku Harbor

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Photo of the Week – Docked

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Photo of the Week – Petersburg Harbor

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Taku Harbor

I have lost count of how many times we have used Taku Harbor. The harbor features a number of good memories… Exploring the old cannery ruins, watching fish spawning in the creek, or a full limit of halibut laid out … Continue reading

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St. Johns Harbor

Located just across Sumner Strait from the southern entrance of Wrangell Narrows is another great anchorage. St. Johns Harbor provides a pleasant, well sheltered cove, with views to the west and north. Imagine a the last glow of sunset over … Continue reading

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