Sébastien and Anne-Lise left Anchorage on Saturday, May 19th on the morning. They will try to realise a great first attempt by sailing from Pacific to Atlantic passing trough the mythical North West Passage.
In Anchorage they have been warmly welcome and helped by John and Kristen. So they left well-rested and in shape for their humongous journey.
The first miles have rapidly reassured Seb and Lise about the behaviour of Babouche when heavily loaded. Since May 19th, they are close to the exit of the Cook Inlet, sailing between snowy volcanoes and paced by the tide currents. They arrived in Homer Wednesday where they do a little technical stop to solve cartographic software problems. They will leave today or tomorrow depending on the weather forecast.
You can follow daily position and see the last pictures put online on the expedition website:
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