The crew of the Nordhavn 57 Bagan takes a close look at icebergs south of Disko Bay, Greenland, while Sprague Theobald captures footage for his upcoming documentary.
Bagan transits the Northwest PassageFilmmaker Sprague Theobald has completed a five-month voyage from Newport, Rhode Island, to Seattle that saw Bagan, his Nordhavn 57, transit the treacherous Northwest Passage across the top of the Americas. READ MORE . . .
Theobald asks we keep an eye on his blog for developing news about the project, and for readers who want to chime-in to vote for scenes to be included or excluded from the documentary and TV series. Visitwww.NorthwestPassageFilm.com.
Click here to listen to an interview with Theobald at Soundings Online.
The first powerboat to transit was David Scott Cowper with Mabel E. Holland, a 42-foot converted lifeboat, who circumnavigated the world via the Northwest Passage in 1986-1990—singlehanded.