A Rare Sail Along the Alaskan Coast

12:15 PM

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 17

Patrick Hill

A Rare Sail Along the Alaskan Coast

Exploring Prince William Sound which was packed with glaciers, the uninhabited Icy Bay with its huge 18,250’ Mt Saint Elias, Yakutat Bay with Hubbard Glacier and 5-mile glacier face (only four sailboats had been there that year), the uninhabited Lituya Bay which has the world’s highest recorded wave, 1720’, higher than the Eiffel Tower and, of course, the popular Glacier Bay. Story covers Little Ice Age and past history. Full review in November issue of Pacific Yachting. Amazon gave book a 5 -star rating.

Bio

Patrick Hill has been sailing in various parts of the world for many years. He built his 42ft airex-cored fibreglass sail boat from scratch in 3 years. He made a 15,000 mile 14-month family cruise to the exotic south seas and back via Glacier Bay. He has written 3 sailing books. About this trip, “So Where Do You Go At Night?”, About EXPLORE THE ALASKAN COAST, and about “French Silk on Water” sailing across the Great Lakes To New York, Miami and out into the Bahamas Books can be purchase through Amazon or direct from at http://www.patrickhillcruising.com/


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