In the dark of night, on the Chukchi Sea off Wrangel Island, three men steer
the “Northern Passage” past ice floes and icebergs. Persistence and caution is
demanded every moment of their journey!
Archive for September2010
Expedition Report, 09.57 CEST:
“We are still fighting headwinds. Will try to go south to catch some better winds and get across to Alaska, then following the coast up. That’s the plan – and we keep on fighting, as always.”
Position update 10.20 CEST: 69°40' N, 175° W (approximate)
Another day at the office for Børge – the few minutes he can spare.
Beauty and danger: drifting icebergs off Wrangel Island.
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