June 11, 2010

Navigating narrow fjords along the North Coast

It is hard to capture the sweeping landscapes of British Columbia with a picture, but that won't stop me from trying. Finlayson Channel - somewhere in the middle.

When you line up two of these glaciated valleys right next to each other, it almost looks like God found a comfy spot to rest his tookis.

The wiring is fixed on the autohelm - which means that on the quiet sections, we can fix the tillerpilot on a heading, thereby allowing the crew to move freely about the cabin.

You can read about a paragraph before needing to look up and check for floating logs.

The navigation table

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

What are you two reading?