This week we sailed to the northern cliffs of Molokai, a place that few of the crew have ever seen, let alone the guests.
We all arrive in Alaska with high expectations. As guides, we want our guests to experience something amazing. And some weeks, everything lines up.
Slowly the fluke disappears into the ocean as the whale dives down. I am once more left standing, staring at our wake colliding with the oncoming chop.
One of my favorite things about Baja is that you never exactly know what to expect.
The allure of Alaska is palpable. It was seven years ago this spring that I first found myself on Alaskan shores working for UnCruise.