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Cruise Wrangell Narrows,

The Wrangell Narrows is one of the most scenic and well-known ‘Narrows’ in Alaska. It is a winding 22 mile (35 km) long channel between Mitlof Island and Kupreanof Island in Southeast Alaska. There are about 60 lights and buoys to mark it because of its navigation hazards. It was originally named in 1838 by G. Lindenberg to honour Admiral Baron Ferdinand Petrovich von Wrangell, a Baltic German explorer who was the chief manager of the Russian-American Company and governor of the Russian settlements in Alaska. For the past 150 years it has been a principal marine thoroughfare to Alaska from the lower 48 and Canada, and today is used by fishing boats and Alaska Marine Highway ferries

Cruise Wrangell Narrows,

Cruise Wrangell Narrows,