Our Route from Ketchikan to Meyers Chuck
The ships were in and the City was busy.
Vince tries to stare down the Zuiderdam
Planes, ships and boats congested the City's waterfront.
We slowly made our way up the Cleaveland Peninsula and in no-time (about 3 hours) arrived at our destination. Meyers Chuck is a small bay with a public dock and about 25 homes scattered around the shoreline. Our late afternoon arrival assured us that the dock would be full so we anchored in the center of town. A happy hour party began on the dock but the Wild Blue crew was too pooped to launch the dinghy. Our sole contact with the good people of Meyers Chuck occurred the next morning when the local baker delivered hot cinnamon rolls to our door.
The public dock was full so we anchored in the center of town.
About 25 bayfront homes line the shore of Meyers Chuck.