National Geographic Sea Bird dropped anchor in Haines, Alaska, today as our guests and staff overflowed with excitement. The day was action packed with adventures, such as hiking Mt. Riley and Battery Point, learning about Klukwan Village and Tlingit native culture, floating down the Chilkat River, bicycling up the Lynn Canal, and even fly fishing. After morning excursions, we got to explore the quaint main street of this coastal Alaskan town. The eccentric “Hammer Museum” was a smash hit among guests and boasts the second largest hammer in the world in its collection. Many people also visited the Haines Brewing Company or the Port Chilkoot Distillery for a refreshment after a long but rewarding day. Thank you to all our local guides as well as Sea Bird staff, crew, and officers for a wonderful day!