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7 days around Southeast Alaska on a superyacht

7 days around Southeast Alaska on a superyacht

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Sawyer Glaciers

The Brothers to Tracy Arm

Tracy Arm is a fjord in wilderness country, where mountain goats dot near-vertical rock faces. At the end of Tracy Arm are the twin Sawyer Glaciers. These massive walls of ice move two feet a day, grinding against each other and calving away huge chunks of their ragged faces into the sea. Launch the kayaks for a closer look. Spend the night in No Name Bay at the fjord entrance.

Picture courtesy of Ruth Peterkin/Shutterstock.com

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