Float Plan for S/V Serena
This float plan is closed
My new 406 GPIRB is setting inside my Van in Anchorage – AK near a Westchester Lagoon neighborhood with the activation switch duct taped CLOSED. My old 406 EPIRB was donated to Debbie Plessinger-Robbins with the activation switch also safely duct taped CLOSED.
The battery on my old EPIRB is now past its official expiration date. I’ve purchased a new ACR Globalfix GPIRB and have sent in the relevant emergency contact info to the Coast Guard.
Winter/Spring 2018: Serena is moored at the Seward Small Boat Harbor in slip H-36. She is buttoned up for the winter in her winter cover waiting for spring weather and new adventures with friends new and old in the Northern Gulf of Alaska.
Ken Erickson (owner/skipper of Serena)
907.240.2262 = cell
415.823.5548, 415.451.8400 = brother
Serena is a 35′ Wittholtz steel cutter built in 1984. She has a full keel and outboard rudder with a light green hull, two-tone tan topsides, and tan wood mast. I have aboard a VHF, 2 handheld VHF’s, mapping GPS & suitable charts, comprehensive first aid kit, newly updated offshore flare kit, 406 GPIRB, 121.5 EPIRB, 5 survival suits, many life vests, and 11 foot inflatable dinghy with a 6 horse Tohatsu four stroke outboard.