Waving goodbye to the crew of Slow M’Ocean we started our mornings on a thankful note and began the steady clockwork of our untying routines to make our way back into the states!
With everyone well rested and excited to push off, our crew lined the docks and captains readied their engines.
With smiles on our faces and the sun creeping above the tree lines, we are all looking forward to today’s trek.
The biggest adventure of our day was a stunning navigation winding through a low tide narrows as we left Prince Rupert and kept our single file line into Dixon’s Entrance.
Dixon’s entrance is a main channel for vessels traveling between southeast Alaska and British Columbia and this makes for our last crossing of the trip and thankfully, an incredibly beautiful one.
Pulling into foggy bay, the quiet anchorage was the perfect space to call our home for the evening.
A quiet rain settled over us and we wound down our evening with a very present appreciation for not only all our past adventures, but the moment we are in.