Ken Erickson's
Photo Album

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Serena's Latest
Float Plan

Haulout 2000

Sunny Weekend

S/V Sparrow
Float Plan

Juneau Home

Anchorage Home

Pack Creek Bears


Looking towards 
		Seward and the Kenai Peninsula

I may be one of the luckiest men in Alaska. My backyard is Prince William Sound. Its one of the premier sailing destinations in the world. Its a remote place with few of the modern conveniences most folks take for granted, but wildlife and scenic vistas abound.

Below are some of my favorite pictures taken while adventuring aboard Serena, my 38' Wittholtz steel cutter, with family and friends.

Lisa Torkelson at the helm Jack cooking up some vittles Hunting for a little ice to fill our icebox at Nellie Juan Glacier
Kat rowing 'Rainy' the cabin dog ashore for a little needed relief Jim heading out to catch us some dinner Craig ''Where's My Eye'' Brown
Sunset in Culross Passage Sea Otter The End!
Humpback whale feeding off our port side Laura and Rainy enjoying the sun Craig and Ken

You can find more pictures taken during specific trips I've made on Serena using the links to the left. If you want to learn more about Serena, click on the links for interior and exterior views. Full plans and study plans for the Wittholtz 35 can be found by following the link above. The exterior plan shown in the link depicts a ketch. Serena has a single mast and is a true cutter rigged sailboat. She's 38 feet and 11 tons of steel. With arctic foam insulation she's warm in the winter and cool during the summer. And a steel hull gives me a better sense of security when slowly working my way through bergy bits.

		north up Dangerous Passage
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