Glacier Bay National Park, Alaska

May 22, 2018 - National Geographic Sea Lion


Our expedition started early this morning with a quick stop at Bartlett Cove. We were surrounded by wild emerald-green forests as we traveled through remote fjords in Glacier Bay.

With the sun setting late in the evening, we returned to Bartlett Cove and went for a walk in the woods after dinner. A gorgeous sunset kissed the shoreline as we walked back to our home on the ship. Our day was full and well spent.

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Christine West

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Christine is a naturalist who was fortunate to grow up in the Pacific Northwest on the shores of the Puget Sound. After obtaining her B.A. from the University of Washington, she decided to pursue her love of the ocean and exploration by beginning a career working on expedition boats worldwide. Christine is now a USCG-certified 100 ton captain and has traveled internationally full-time as an expedition guide, educator, writer, PADI scuba diving instructor, and certified international tour director for over a decade. 

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