The Alaska portion of the Inside Passage, stretching from the Dixon Entrance on the USA-Canada border north to Skagway, offers boats protection from the winds and harsh weather of the northern Pacific Ocean. However, the tides can be extreme, and ship captains and pilots need to be on their toes to avoid grounding. The waters of the Alexander Archipelago teem with life–including all five species of salmon, steelhead, halibut, and many other game-fish species.
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