Here at gCaptain we are a big fan of time lapses and this one ranks up there with the longest. This timelapse is from Youtube user wrenoud on a 1,700 mile transit from Seattle the Gulf of Alaska.


Take a 1700 mile time-lapse voyage through the Inside Passage and across the Gulf of Alaska with the NOAA Ship Fairweather. Starting June 2nd from Seattle traveling through British Columbia and SE Alaska. From rain storm to beautiful sunrise, the trip ends with an easy crossing of the Gulf of Alaska arriving near Kodiak Island South of the Aleutian Islands on June 10th.

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  • Hydrographer

    Kodiak is north of the Aleutians. East, too.

    • Captsteve1319

      maybe you should rethink that answer.

    • Captsteve1319

      Kodiak is most definitely on the southern side of them. and always referred to as south of them even if  they are geographically further north

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