|Photo Gallery 1|
|Sailing Sights Around Juneau|
|Sailing around Juneau, and throughout
Southeast Alaska, is often a study in contrasts. Many days light
winds and drifting conditions are the rules, but others the wind rips
though the channels out of the mountains making for wild and wet
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|Drifting along under the asymmetric chute in light air near Juneau.||Sunny skies on the way to Taku Harbor near Juneau.|
Close competition after the start of a Rum Cup Race back from Taku Harbor.
|Going to windward across the Taku Inlet in strong winds is the Loua Nalu owned by James Mehan and Annette Coggins of Juneau.|
|Legacy tacks away from Jolly Mon at the start of the Labor Day Rum Cup race from Taku Harbor.|