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Rescue & Recovery - "Iskra"'s Ordeal In The Hebrides

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by Frank Mulville
Frank and his wife set off on a summer voyage to Spain and France, but the weather made them change their plans and return to Essex via the Irish Sea, with the intention of leaving Iskra in Scotland. When Iskra was torn from her moorings and washed up on a rocky shore, Frank believed she was lost.
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The Voyages of Joshua Slocum

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by Joshua Slocum
This definitive edition of all of Captain Joshua Slocum's writings is now being reissued in time for the 100th anniversary of Slocum's epic singlehanded voyage.
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One Hand for Yourself, One for the Ship : Essentials of Single-Handed Sailing.

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by Tristan Jones
One Hand for Yourself, One for the Ship is a course on single-handed sailing by the man most qualified to give it. It is a highly personal perspective on both the science and art of this ultimate challenge, and it bears the unmistakable stamp of one who has lived on and for the sea.
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Desperate Voyage

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by John Caldwell
In May 1946, John Caldwell, stranded in Panama afetr the war, set out single-handed on a 9,000 mile journey aboard the 29-foot PAGAN to rejoin his wife in Sydney.
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Cruising in Seraffyn

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by Lin Pardey
The cruising tale is full of the sights and sounds, the fragrances and native customs of foreign lands, especially Central American and the Caribbean. It is a story of a leisurely sail through the Gulf of Cortez and on through Panama Canal to the Azores and England. Cruising in Seraffyn is also a carefully thought out guide to living aboard a small boat, with fun and economy as the guide principles. Four ap...
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Capt. Joshua Slocum

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by VICTOR SLOCUM
A devoted chronicle...of a man who showed emourmous skill, resource and courage in the first voyage of its kind in history. Joshua Slocum was a sensational seaman. New York Times Book Review
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The Lo-Tech Navigator

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by Tony Crowley
Today, with the rapid advances in science and technology, increasing numbers of sailors and boat owners venture across the world's oceans relying almost entirely on electronic aids and global positioning systems. In the unfortunate event of damage by electric storm, equipment failure, disruption by a truculent government or space junk, they may be left struggling to master the mysteries of celestial navigat...
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The Long Way

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by Moitessier, Bernard
The Long Way is Bernard Moitessier's own incredible story of his participation in the first Golden Globe Race, a solo, non-stop circumnavigation rounding the three great Capes of Good Hope, Leeuwin, and the Horn. For seven months, the veteran seafarer battled storms, doldrums, gear-failures, knock-downs, as well as overwhelming fatigue and loneliness. Then, nearing the finish, Moitessier pulled out of the r...
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