The ironically named fishing boat Risky Business is one of the thousands of shipwrecks Captain Good has documented over the years. (Courtesy Photo | U.S. Coast Guard)

The ironically named fishing boat Risky Business is one of the thousands of shipwrecks Captain Good has documented over the years. (Courtesy Photo | U.S. Coast Guard)

Alaska For Real: That shipwreck guy

If you live out in the wilderness in Southeast Alaska you will continually come across evidence of shipwrecks, new and old.

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