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Desolation Sound Article in Sailing Today magazine


Desolation SoundSailing Today magazine in the UK has very nicely given me a PDF of my feature article on Desolation Sound, British Columbia to share on Gone Floatabout!  The print article appeared in the October 2014 issue and looked fantastic in ST’s big, beautiful layout.  If you’d like to read the PDF, please click here.  The piece covers our cruise aboard Celeste last summer (2013) from Victoria, BC to Desolation Sound and the Discovery Islands, tucked between Vancouver Island and the mainland.  We have more photos up on the British Columbia page.  And if you’d like to check out Sailing Today‘s site it’s http://www.sailingtoday.co.uk.  Thanks very much to the editors!

Back with more about Whittier, a land excursion, Prince William Sound, and our 2014 Alaska sojourn next week!

8 thoughts on “Desolation Sound Article in Sailing Today magazine

  1. I think the name says it all, “Desolation sound” but there are so few places like this left. It may have been cold at times but the scenery and wildlife make it so beautiful. Thank you for writing this

    • Glad you enjoyed the article! Desolation Sound is a truly beautiful place, although poor Captain Vancouver might not have thought so when he named it that!

  2. Congratulations! Yes, quite a scary time but you came out on top! Fun reading. thank you. Dorry

  3. Well done guys, isn’t it great to see your writing and photos in print! The Sounds look stunning.

  4. Great article and beautiful pictures Ellen!