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Lund | BC

Melanie Cove was foggy and rainy in the morning yesterday when we woke up. We didn’t leave until after noon…and since it was later in the day, we decided to stop in Lund and cross the strait on Saturday when the wind was supposed to be light. Plus, we like Lund!…

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Melanie Cove | Desolation Sound | BC

After our stop at Mitlenatch Island yesterday, we continued on to Melanie Cove, inside of Desolation Sound Marine Provincial Park. There are three areas to anchor in Desolation Sound Marine Park: Prideaux Haven, Melanie Cove, and Laura Cove. There were 4 or 5 boats in Prideaux Haven, and 5 boats in Melanie Cove…

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Port Harvey to Shoal Bay via Whirlpool and Greene Point Rapids | BC

Last night after catching up with George and Gail about how their season was and the progress they’ve made on rebuilding the restaurant and store, we headed back to Airship to cook up some dinner. Tonight turned out to be tostada night! We grabbed some of the pulled pork (the stuff…

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Booker Lagoon | BC

After provisioning and filling up with water in Port McNeill, we left after breakfast and headed out into Queen Charlotte Strait with Booker Lagoon as our destination…20 or so nautical miles across. The fog was back, but it came and went until we were out in the middle of the…

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Codville Lagoon to Fury Cove (and Humpbacks!) | BC

Today’s plan was to meet up with our friends on Dawnbreaker down at the Koeye River inlet. The Koeye River is a very good place to watch grizzlies, and the anchorage there is decent for a temporary stop in relatively calm conditions. It was beautiful in Codville Lagoon this morning,…

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Klewnuggit Bay (East Inlet), and Farrant Island Lagoon | BC

We left Prince Rupert a little on the late side (after 10am). We gathered our crab traps (six females, and one keeper male), had breakfast and then got underway. We were originally aiming for Lowe Inlet in Grenville Channel, but decided we should try a new place, and the east…

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