For 26 days I sailed over 5000 nautical miles to cross the fabled Northwest Passage, completing the Atlantic to Pacific route from Nuuk, Greenland to Nome, Alaska. This is my second transit of the sea route that saw the demise of Franklin in 1846 and the glory of Amundsen in 1906. No worlds can describe this adventure, reaching far north into the Canadian Arctic (Lat. 77°22.3’N), I saw once more the magnificence of Mother Nature and the undeniable peril our planet is in. I humbly present to you the visual journal of my adventure.
“In those Northwest voyages where navigation must be executed in the most exquisite sort”
John Davis 1594
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