Sailing into GLACIER BAY | Ep. 13 | Icy Strait, Night Sailing, & Stealing Wi-Fi from Cruise Ships
In this one, we make a split second decision to squeeze a trip into Glacier Bay National Park before we need to get to Juneau. We set sail from Swanson Harbor and head into Icy Strait as the rain eases. The short Alaskan summer night comes as we enter the park around midnight and finally drop the anchor shortly before 2 am. The next day, a near gale picks up as we head deeper into the park in search of some more spring skiing.
Thanks so much for watching, and if you missed any of the earlier videos of this series, you can find them here:
Episode 1: Setting Sail to Alaska!
Episode 2: Sailing Thru a Tidal Rapids, Night Sailing, and more!
Episode 3: Goofy Sailors, Rock'n Sailing, & Some Playful Dolphins
Episode 4: Exposed to The Pacific Ocean
Episode 5: Dodging Gales on The Pacific Coast
Episode 6: 54 Tacks in 10 Miles! | Sailing the Skinny Channels of the Inside Passage to Alaska
Episode 7: Sailing into Alaska | Fast Sailing Exposed to Pacific Ocean & Thong Weather Returns!
Episode 8: Sailing to Ketchikan | Lots of Whales, Clearing Customs, and Heading into the Wild!
Episode 9: Sailing Off The Beaten Track in Alaska | Rounding Cape Decision, Fog, & Night Sailing
Episode 10: Sail to Ski in Alaska #1 of 3! Backcountry Skiing From a Sailboat on Baranof Island, AK
Episode 11: Skiing an Avalanche Path from a Sailboat! | Alaskan Sailboat Based Backcountry Skiing
Episode 12: Awesome Sailing in the Alaskan Inside Passage | Ep. 12 | North to Glacier Bay!