DeGroff Bay, Sergius Narrows & Chatham Strait

Sep 05, 2017 - National Geographic Sea Bird


Guests awoke to mist suspended over the Sitka spruce and Western hemlock trees surrounding our anchorage near Brady Island, Alaska. We spent the morning discovering DeGroff Bay by foot and kayak. The National Geographic Sea Bird charted a course through the Sergius Narrows and Peril Strait in the afternoon as it made way for Chatham Strait and toward more adventures in the Inian Islands tomorrow.  

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Jonathan Kingston

National Geographic Photographer

National Geographic photographer, climber and diver Jonathan Kingston is a visual storyteller passionate about supporting scientific research and documenting the natural history and human story of our world through photography.  From arresting photographs of vibrant tribal dances to underwater scenes of elephants swimming at sea to 3-D photogrammetric models of submerged archaeological sites, Jonathan’s penchant for travel and love of the wild have taken him to some of the most remote and unmapped corners of the globe.  His work has appeared in print and online in National Geographic, The New York Times, The New Yorker, and The Wall Street Journal.

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