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Princesa Channel Light
by Captain Alec Provan and John MacFarlane 2016
Princesa Inlet Light (Photo from the Captain Alec Provan collection. )
Princesa Channel was named for a Spanish naval frigate Princesa that voyaged to the Pacific coast of North America in the 1770s. In 1779 she sailed to Alaska in search of the Northwest Passage.
List of Lights 101 (G5215) it is located on the edge of the reef at the East entrance to channel. It is a White cylindrical tower, green band at top.
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MacFarlane, John M. (2016) Princesa Inlet Light. Nauticapedia.ca 2016. http://nauticapedia.ca/Gallery/Light_Princesa.php
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