Here is our latest Third Age Expeditions column for Luxe Beat Media. This story, Unknown Titanic of the Pacific, recounts Alaska’s worst maritime disaster which occurred 100 years ago on October 24, 1918 when Canadian Pacific Railway’s steel-built coastal steamer, SS Princess Sophia, ran aground at dawn on Vanderbilt Reef during stormy seas and a blinding winter blizzard. When SS Princess Sophia slipped beneath the frigid waves on October 25th, she took all 366 souls onboard with her. https://lnkd.in/gdw2_kE
Jett & Kathryn Britnell
Jett & Kathryn Britnell are professional Underwater, Wildlife & Expedition Photographers, Explorers, internationally published Scuba / Adventure Travel Writers and Speakers. Both are Fellows in the world renowned and exclusive Explorers Club in New York, Fellows in the prestigious Royal Canadian Geographical Society in Ottawa, Fellows in the famed Royal Geographical Society in London and members of the League of Underwater Explorers. Jett is a member of the highly esteemed Ocean Artists Society, a unique alliance of the world’s top marine life artists, painters, sculptors, photographers, filmmakers, and writers, one of approximately 50 of the World's top underwater photographers who have donated imagery to support The Ocean Agency's conservation initiatives, and is a consultant to Elephanatics, an elephant advocacy organization based in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.