A documentary film by Claire Roberge and Guy Lavoie.
A human adventure meeting the indigenous people of the North. Join Claire and Guy aboard their steel-hulled sailboat, BALTHAZAR as they sail 7000 nautical miles from Gaspé, Quebec Canada to Alaska's Bering Sea via Greenland and the legendary Northwest Passage.
"Brilliant, your movie, impeccable, intelligent and very relevant story. I learn a lot, thank you"
-- F. Rousseau
“A movie to be seen! Thank you, it is really a great privilege to witness this great adventure. You shared it with a big generosity."
-- M.R. Lepage
ABOUT CLAIR, GUY, & BALTHAZAR
After spending 7 years building their 10.5 meter sailing vessel, Claire Roberge, Guy Lavoie and their 2 daughters, Joelle and Chloe set off in September 1999 on a 5 year circumnavigation. Crossing 3 oceans the family sailed to 34 countries. Ten years after their return, Claire and Guy set off once more, this time to take on the mystical Northwest Passage - Canada's Arctic archipelago linking the North Atlantic with the Pacific.