Desolation Sound

Oct 05, 2018 - National Geographic Sea Bird

In 1792, Captain George Vancouver sailed into this place and saw a bleak waterway that he considered useless and unworthy of exploration, hence the name Desolation Sound. But we disagree with Cpt. Vancouver. The Coast Mountains made a beautiful backdrop, the waters were calm, and the fog floated nicely around the rolling hills. The best way to spend the last afternoon of our voyage was exploring by expedition landing craft and kayak.

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Kim Nesbitt

Naturalist/Expedition Diver

Kim is a marine biologist, adventure photographer, and full-time nomad. Not a fan of having her feet solidly on the ground, she spends most of the year diving, paragliding, skiing, hiking, kayaking, and working on ships. She made it to all seven continents by age 24 and still has plenty of traveling left to do.

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