Emergency repair at sea.
Whatever the weather, your comfort, your fatigue or your personal timetable, keep a sharp look out at all time. A magnificent nature rules here and doesn’t tolerate any human weakness. Continue reading “To Nome Alaska (part 2).”
August 20th. Cambridge Bay fades behind us. Our camp 4, in Nome, Alaska, lays 1700 miles (ca. 2,736 km)away. To officially qualify for a Est- West North West Passage, we must first cross the Bering Strait.
Continue reading “To Nome Alaska. Camp 4, (Part one).”
Along the trail to the North West Passage, passage-makers or locals, both told us that North of Bylot Island lays a lovely anchorage : Tay Bay. Not all who wander are lost. Why not spend one day or two there?
Continue reading “From Pond Inlet camp base to Tay Bay( 11)”
After a final goodbye, we take some fuel before leaving Sisimiut harbor.
Continue reading “North to Qeqertarsuaq ( the big island ) (8)”