The third of George Millar's masterful sailing and travel narratives to be republished many decades after their original appearance. On the face of it, this voyage from Lymington to the Riviera should not be noteworthy, but this is a world recovering from war, and the author a man 'incapable of writing a dull sentence'.
As Peter Bruce states in his Introduction, "One soon becomes captivated, as one always is, by George's unusually acute powers of observation and his ability to ascertain and record exactly what was going on at every stop - George Millar's accounts of his adventures are always like a box of jewels each giving dazzling pleasure and glorious entertainment, and never better than in this deservedly revived book."
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