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ms Oosterdam in Juneau July 16, 2019

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Oosterdam will be at the CT dock from 1300-2100.

 

Also in port are Radiance OTS at the AS dock from 0700-2130, Golden Princess at the FKL dock from 0800-2115, and the Norwegians at the AJ dock (Joy from 0700-1330 and Bliss from 1430-2300).

 

There is a 90% chance of rain with a high of 60F/16C and a low of 52F/11C.  Sunrise is at 4:17 am and sunset at 9:50 pm.

 

The PTZtv webcam can be found at https://www.juneauharborwebcam.com/.

 

Next up:  Westerdam on Wednesday.

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Another no tender day - maybe we'll actually have a WP for this sail-in. we usually don't. But I can always hope. 

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I have to get lucky one of these days & make it for sail in, I'll try again today.

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Oosterdam, having picked up her two pilots at Kake, has left  Frederick Sound behind her, and has begun her northbound trek up Stephens Passage, already past The Brothers islands

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How long from Port Snettisham (sp?) to arrival?

 

Roy

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1 hour ago, rafinmd said:

How long from Port Snettisham (sp?) to arrival?

 

Roy

 

Roughly about an hour-hour and fifteen

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A coke?? I'll take a Dr. Pepper and a Diablo Sandwich..............

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"Passing Juneau Island" per OSDM's pilot; that's a new designator and you can see it on the AIS map

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That sounded like the piston (non-turbo) engine of a DHC-2 Beaver, Roy :classic_wink:

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Just now, Copper10-8 said:

That sounded like the piston (non-turbo) engine of a DHC-2 Beaver, Roy :classic_wink:

I had the noisemakers turned off but perhaps it will come into sight.

 

Roy

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2 minutes ago, rafinmd said:

I had the noisemakers turned off but perhaps it will come into sight.

 

Roy

 

Sounded more like a fly-over. Next time you are on Gastineau Channel, look on the east shore shore and you'll see some Beavers (float) parked at their docks, Same with Ketchikan heading north on Tongass Narrows near the airport

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Raindrops getting worse.  Looks like one of my favorite ships will be tendering tomorrow.

 

Roy

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