Some of the crew of the polar icebreaker U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Healy head to downtown Juneau as others stand watch on Friday. The ship stopped in Juneau during a return trip to it's Seattle base after it's Arctic West Summer 2015 science mission.

Some of the crew of the polar icebreaker U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Healy head to downtown Juneau as others stand watch on Friday. The ship stopped in Juneau during a return trip to it's Seattle base after it's Arctic West Summer 2015 science mission.

Photo: On the lookout

Kirk Thorsteinson holds up his son, Craig, 5, so he can look through the 20-power binoculars on the bridge of the polar icebreaker U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Healy during public tours on Friday. The ship stopped in Juneau during a return trip to its Seattle base after its Arctic West Summer 2015 science mission.

BM2 Julia Kinney gets a high-five from Parker Abbott, 2, on the bridge on the polar icebreaker U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Healy Friday. The ship stopped in Juneau during a return trip to it's Seattle base after it's Arctic West Summer 2015 science mission.

BM2 Julia Kinney gets a high-five from Parker Abbott, 2, on the bridge on the polar icebreaker U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Healy Friday. The ship stopped in Juneau during a return trip to it’s Seattle base after it’s Arctic West Summer 2015 science mission.

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