For six days we have been cruising on The Boat Company’s converted minesweeper, Liseron, through narrow passages and channels, between the countless rocky islands that make up the South Eastern Alaskan inside passage.  I was hoping to be able to post regular images of our wanderings, but there is absolutely no cell or internet signal out there, so here are a few that will take you through the first three days or so.  The Boat Company is a non-profit whose mission is to educate more and more people about conserving and preserving for future generations one of the earth’s last great wild and beautiful places.  Check them out – they do an amazing job.  
Super Moon rises over Aurora Harbor in Juneau, AK

Anchored in a cove and watching a beautiful (late) sunset

Early morning – steaming on to the next location

Icebergs in Tracy Arm – a fjord not far from Juneau, AK

Closer view of the icebergs

Sawyer Glacier at the end of Tracy Arm – still 1/4 mile away for safety due to calving
Harbor Seal pups on the icebergs