He's nearing the completion of this 2015 Alaska trip and it's all shown on his pages on the website. You can track him on Delorme as well. Also, on the site are stories of other's adventures.
Also, mywanderingstar.com has incredible photography.
My impression of Tony Fleming is that this is a man who truly loves to cruise, loves boating. While some builders have rallies for PR
and he certainly gets PR
from his trips, I get the feeling always that he's doing it because he loves doing it. This isn't a one time thing, but a life of cruising.
There are few men involved with building boats today who have such a love of them. I think of Orin Edson who just sold Westport and well in his 80's and he's out cruising. He's boated since the days before he founded Bayliner. The Chouest family that now owns Westport but also owns Edison Chouest and ACY and they all have boated all their lives in spite of being in the commercial boat business. Some of the sportfish builders are still fishermen and boat lovers.
There just are not many builders still owned by passionate boaters today. And for those that are, the owners often have little time for boating as business interferes.
I look at his current trip and while much of it is the path we took in 2014, I see some additional areas he has just covered that we didn't make it so adding to our next Alaska trip, whenever that might be. Might be 20 years from now or more, but always thinking ahead.
The Fleming website is perhaps the most entertaining boat builder site there is.