Aug 30, 2019 - National Geographic Venture

In calm, glistening waters, our day began cruising down Frederick Sound and the Wrangell Narrows were surrounded by the gorgeous mountains of Tongass National Forest. We watched for wildlife out on deck. After a tasty brunch, we arrived in the historic fishing town of Petersburg. With clear blue skies the weather was magnificent, and guests enjoyed several terrific options to choose from, including muskeg walks, photography walks, bike riding, dock walks and flightseeing. In the evening, Petersburg local Becky Knight graciously provided a recap detailing the life of a multi-generational Alaskan commercial fishing family.

Lastly, we ended the evening with a favorite dinner extravaganza – crab night!

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Amy Brummit


Amy has spent several seasons working in Antarctica at both McMurdo Station and Palmer Station, where she supported scientific research for the United States Antarctic Program. Wintering at McMurdo Station and experiencing 24-hours of darkness and -60°F temperatures, she found a true passion for the polar regions and is devoted to sharing this with others.

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