Viewpoints: Letters / Opinions
The Race to Alaska
By Michael Spence
June 19, 2017
Kudos to the Northwest Maritime Center for running its third successful Race to Alaska. Ketchikan has a long and rich maritime heritage and makes an ideal venue for the sport of sailing and the promotion of maritime trades.
Hats off to all the participants in this event!
About: "Retired marine pilot and longtime sailor"
Received June 16, 2017
- Published June 19, 2017
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