Wild Alaska

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Henry BealOur latest VIDEO production details our voyage deep into the Glacier Bay National Park from Hoonah in Southeast Alaska during 2016. Crossing the Icy Straits in gale force winds of thirty-five knots made a splendid change from endless engine work… all three of us relished the challenge of intense sailing to seek shelter in Bartlett Cove, where we needed to validate our permits with Park Rangers who vigorously restrict the number of vessels allowed into the immense Glacier Bay area. With over 3.3 million acres of rugged mountains, frozen glaciers, temperate rainforest and exceptionally wild coastlines of the St Elias Mountain Range, Glacier Bay is an undoubted challenge for any sailing vessel.

We transported photographic and video equipment ashore to find and film Alaskan wildlife at its most extreme. Please take time to view this ten minute film production expertly produced by www.davidungless.com.

  • Crew: Dave Ungless, Marie Ungless & Henry Beal.
  • Filmed by David Ungless, Henry Beal & Gary Cole. Post production & editing by Dave Ungless.

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One thought on “Wild Alaska

  1. Hi Dave what a fabulous video, thank you for sharing and great to see you are safe and sound on your travels! All the best and keep the posts coming! Cheers Nick

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