Harbor Day Bed and Breakfast

Address: 404 Noseeum St., Petersburg, Alaska, 99833, United States | B&B
 
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Travel Blogs from Petersburg

Into the Alaskan Playground

A travel blog entry by imageyonder on Aug 01, 2014

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... boat and with the aid of a rope, was soon "docked" to the stern.
I was on the 2nd flight, and heading south and east into the mountains, we were soon in a world astonishingly far removed from the sea view. There are a series of fast-moving and dramatic glaciers, amidst the peaks here, and with fresh snow to highlight the peaks like Devil's Thumb, the views were spectacular. So much ...

Sailing on the Taku to Sitka

A travel blog entry by sggriffin on Jun 30, 2014

5 photos

We were able to sleep in some this morning, especially since it is still raining! When it let up some, we hurried out to hookup and head into town. We drove along the waterfront, admiring the cute Norwegian cottages. They were all so colorful. We parked near the little local quilt shop, as I am living up to my plan to buy a fat quarter at every shop ( well, at least a FQ - maybe more! ). What a delightful surprise - so many new books ( that I didn't buy, even ...

St. John Harbor on the way to Petersburg

A travel blog entry by tricab on May 14, 2014

1 comment, 3 photos

... rain prevailed until we dropped the hook in this secure harbour, looking north to Mitkof Island and the Wrangel Narrows which will lead us to Petersburg.
A lunchtime departure will ensure that the current flushes us north through this 1 to 1 1/2 mile wide channel, 25 N miles ...

Juneau to Petersburg

A travel blog entry by r-phammond on Jul 23, 2013

19 photos

... mountain peaks. Of course, some of that may have been clouds, but I do not think so.

About an hour and a half out of Petersburg, (a four hour ride) the captain came on the loudspeaker to tell us that he was seeing lots of whales, probably mostly humpback whales--as we were going right through an area where they are prevalent. Hundreds of humpbacks congregate in Frederick Sound and ...

Petersburg

A travel blog entry by rider1 on Jul 20, 2013

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... year-round. During this time fresh salmon and halibut were packed in glacial ice for shipment. Alaska’s first shrimp processor, Alaskan Glacier Seafoods, was founded by Earl Ohmer in 1916. A cold storage plant was built by Knut Thompson in 1926. Petersburg’s first cannery has operated continuously since, and is now known as ...

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