The entrance to Red Bluff Bay faces east towards the whale-rich Frederick Sound. Red Bluff is named after the hillsides near the entrance and their distinctive reddish coloration due to the high levels of chromite. The opening to the fjord doesn't look big enough for a ship our size, but for those in the know an amazing wonderland exists inside.
We anchored here in the evening just before dark. Waking up in this majestic place, surrounded by nature, and realizing that we were the only ones around..is pretty priceless, and very Alaska.