Port Althorp and George Island, Alaska

May 16, 2017 - National Geographic Sea Lion

The National Geographic Sea Lion found herself in the protected bay of Port Althorp on Tuesday morning. Guests aboard had several options of activity, from hiking ranging from a bushwhacking good time all the way to a more leisurely short walk, with an emphasis on photography. The afternoon offered fantastic hikes on George Island, a small forested bit of land buffered by the Pacific Ocean. George Island is home to a variety of Alaskan flora and fauna, as well as a fantastically rich underwater world.

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Alyssa Adler

Undersea Specialist

Originally from Oregon, Alyssa has always had a strong relationship with nature and the outdoors. In search of a life full of adventure, she found her passion for the ocean while studying at Oregon State University. She graduated in 2012 with a B.Sc. in marine biology, a minor in chemistry, and a PADI divemaster certification. The year following graduation included extensive traveling and diver training, gaining experience in Greece’s Ionian Sea, the Caribbean waters of Honduras and Bonaire, and the Galapagos Islands of Ecuador.

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