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.

Passengers:
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.

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