VIDEO: Sailing with Lilly and her family from Bellingham to Petersburg

In Alaska Travelgram by scott

Lilly Sundt on the deck of s/v Dutch Baby en route from Bellingham to Petersburg

My friend Robin sent me a video her daughter made as their family embarked on a sailing journey north from Bellingham.

Robin and I were high school classmates and have stayed in touch since we all ended up in Alaska. I was lucky enough to get a tour of the “Dutch Baby” in the Homer harbor–so it’s nice to see the boat in action.

Lilly is making a series of videos starting with getting the boat ready and loading up the family for the trip north.

Here’s her recap of the mission:

“Don and Robin Lane are semi-retired commercial fishermen. They raised their three children in this lifestyle. Their eldest went on to get her Captain’s license with unlimited tonnage endorsement. Their middle daughter, Lilly, is a home school mom of two that lives in Hawaii. And their son now runs their vessel the F/V Predator out of Petersburg, Alaska. Lilly, her husband Oly, and their two kids accompanied Don and Robin as crew on their 48 foot sail boat, the s/v Dutch Baby. They motor sailed from Washington up the Inside Passage to Petersburg, Alaska.” 

Here’s a picture of the f/v Predator “at ease” in the Petersburg harbor:

f/v Predator

Click through to either of these videos and subscribe to Lilly’s YouTube channel to see the rest of the journey. Fun!

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