The storms continued but early Sunday morning, we found a 10-hour break and zoomed to Prince Rupert, British Columbia.This was the flattest ocean of all our Dixon Entrance crossings. Although it took 9-hours of motoring, we helped ourselves by timing the transit at Dixon Entrance's slack tidal current. We hit it spot on. Just as we arrived and tied to the dock, the wind zoomed upon us at 30+ knots. Thank you wind gods.
Once again these Canadians let us into their country without passports or inspection. We'll stay here until Tuesday and start back down British Columbia's portion of the Inside Passage.
Have a great week.