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Seaworthy Publications Gift Certificate Life at Sea Level Boat Smart Chronicles
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Life at Sea Level is the latest work of one of America’s finest travel guide authors. For nearly 20 years, Stephen J Pavlidis has been writing books about the Bahamas and the Caribbean Islands. Boat Smart Chronicles: Lake Michigan Devours its Wounded, chronicles true cases of boating emergencies and what you can learn from these mishaps. A book that should be required reading for all boater.
The Solitude of the Open Sea Escape From Hermit Island We Followed Odysseus
THE SOLITUDE OF THE OPEN SEA
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WE FOLLOWED ODYSSEUS
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The themes of "The Solitude of the Open Sea" are not unique to sailing, but rather are intended for a general audience of reflective readers who value travel and the insights it provides in helping us understand our place in the world.
Escape From Hermit Island is the story of two women's struggle to save their sunken sailboat in remote Papua New Guinea.
The author Hal Roth along with his wife Margaret set off in their small sailboat to trace the path of Odysseus along the Turkish coast and the fabled isles of Greece and through much of the Mediterranean. We Followed Odysseus is two stories in one: the modern voyage and the ancient one, expertly retold as the modern voyage progresses.
Chasing the Long Rainbow THE FIELD GUIDE TO OCEAN VOYAGING: Animals, Ships, and Weather at Sea CAPE HORN BIRTHDAY: Record-Breaking Solo Non-Stop Circumnavigation - Soft Cover
CHASING THE LONG RAINBOW: One man alone, the sea, and a race against time.
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Chasing the Long Rainbow chronicles the drama of the BOC Challenge for one man alone, the sea, and a race against time. The Field Guide to Ocean Voyaging is a full-color primer for anyone who will be voyaging on the oceans of the world. Whether your journey is a sailing trip on a private yacht or an exotic cruise ship voyage, The Field Guide to Ocean Voyaging will explain what you can see on the sea.
Cape Horn Birthday documents the extraordinary non-stop round-the-world journey of a lone sailor and his thirty-two-foot sloop. GPS did not exist when Peter Freeman set sail from Victoria, British Columbia, in 1984. Peter navigated the old-fashioned way, with a compass, a sextant, books of tables, and his wits. Along the way, he had to rebuild the self-steering rudder, repair torn sails, and fix broken gear.
CAPE HORN BIRTHDAY: Record-Breaking Solo Non-Stop Circumnavigation - Hard Cover Kidnapped from the Caribbean Front Cover THE UN-ADULT A-RATED WALLY
Cape Horn Birthday documents the extraordinary non-stop round-the-world journey of a lone sailor and his thirty-two-foot sloop. GPS did not exist when Peter Freeman set sail from Victoria, British Columbia, in 1984. Peter navigated the old-fashioned way, with a compass, a sextant, books of tables, and his wits. Along the way, he had to rebuild the self-steering rudder, repair torn sails, and fix broken gear.
Based on true stories of modern-day piracy, human trafficking, smuggling, and the drug trade involving the theft of charter vessels and private yachts in the Caribbean and Central America, Kidnapped from the Caribbean is a fast-paced thriller of intrigue and corruption. From stonewalling bureaucrats in the White House and the convoluted involvement of the CIA and Interpol, to a wild voyage across the windswept empty stretches of the Caribbean Sea, to Central America and the rain forests of the Amazon, Kidnapped from the Caribbean tells a story of power, money, greed and a vast treasure that drives men to murder and war. The UN-ADULT A-RATED Wally by Cruising World Magazine contributor, Wally Moran, is a collection of 16 of Wally’s best stories, un-cut, un-edited and un-usually fun reading! Wally’s often philosophical humor and his tongue-in-cheek outlook on life, as well as all things sailing and cruising related will take you on a journey through the realities, and often the tribulations, of the sailing and cruising lifestyle.
SPIRIT OF A DREAM: A Sailor’s Ultimate Journey Around the World Alone SET SAIL & LIVE YOUR DREAMS: Follow a Young Family Sailing Over the Horizon on the Adventure of a Lifetime ANCESTOR
ANCESTOR
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On October 2, 2013, Dave Rearick began an epic solo voyage around the world. Onboard his specifically built Class 40 racing sloop appropriately named “Bodacious Dream,” Dave sailed from Newport, Rhode Island. He sailed the length of the Atlantic Ocean to Cape Town, South Africa, a distance of 8,000 miles. From Cape Town, Dave sailed to Wellington, New Zealand where “Bo” was originally built, and then onto the fabled Galapagos Islands, one of the earth’s great nature preserves. On the final leg, Dave returned to Newport, Rhode Island by way of the Panama Canal. The full circumnavigation took 256 days to complete, leaving an indelible memory of the challenges and rewards of being at one with nature, the solitude of the open sea and the ever-changing landscape of life.
Bruce and April Winship were young and newly married when they decided to go looking for a little adventure. With little to no experience they hopped on a sailboat bound for Tahiti, and after two years of crewing on different sailboats throughout the South Pacific, Central and South America, they returned home with a burning passion to rediscover paradise on their own boat… this time as a family.

Ancestor is the story of a Carriacou sloop, an engineless, locally-built sailing vessel purchased and refit by the author while living and sailing in the vicinity of the islands of St. Vincent and Grenada in the Caribbean Sea. The Carriacou sloop is one of a legendary class of sailing craft hand-built of wood by local Caribbean builders using traditional shipbuilding methods and following designs passed down over generations.

WATERBORNE: A Slow Trip Around a Small Planet
Waterborne is the story of an artist, an engineer and a Labrador—three entirely different personalities—who abandon a stable middle-age lifestyle for a pitching deck and the possibility of pirates.