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Posted - Mar 06 2015 :  13:04:05  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Help !!!!!!!!!!!!

Where is the Inside Passage and what waters does in encompass ?

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Posted - Mar 09 2015 :  11:11:29  Show Profile  Reply with Quote

If you open the Boatered Forum, and choose “All Forums”, and move your cursor down the page to locate the “Cruising Guides” group of Forums, to the “Inside Passage” Forum, you would find the description “Between Mainland US and Alaska”.

I know you can do this, because you have already posted on the “Inside Passage” Cruising Guide Forum.

Any decent Atlas, which includes North America, will show you that the Canadian Province of British Columbia lies North of the US State of Washington, and South of the US State of Alaska. The Canadian Hydrographic Chart LC 3000, “Juan de Fuca Strait to Dixon Entrance”, shows this to include the waterways from Puget Sound to Dixon Entrance including the entire Mainland Coast of British Columbia, with the exception of Portland Inlet.

You might also read some of the posts in this Inside Passage Forum, which refer to boating in these waters, to learn something of the places which BC, WA, and AK boaters spend their time enjoying Ma Nature and boating at their best.

Y’r Welcome.


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