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PGN037
$16.00  
Paperback, John Steinbeck, 278pages, 6 x 9, ISBN: 9780140187441
An exciting day-by-day account of Steinbeck's trip to the Gulf of CA with botanist Ed Ricketts. A wonderful combination of science, philosophy and high-spirited cruising adventure.
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RAN043
$35.00  
Hardcover, Caroline Alexander, 160pages, 8 x 95, ISBN: 375404031
A superb, authoritative telling of one of history's great survival stories, that of Shackleton's ill-fated 1914 expedition to cross Antarctica. The author draws on previously unavailable material and presents the awesome photographs by Frank Hurley.
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WAB004
$15.00  
Paperback, Linda Greenlaw, ISBN: 9780786885411
Known to millions of readers of  The Perfect Storm  as the captain of the  Hannah Boden , sister ship to the  Andrea Gail , Linda Greenlaw is also known as one of the best sea captains on the East Coast. Here she offers an adventure-soaked tale of her own, complete...
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PGN105
$16.00  
Paperback, Michael D' Antonio, 400pages, ISBN: 9781594485213
The chain of islands from the Virgins through to the southern Caribbean is considered one of the most desirable tropical cruising grounds for any sailor. It can be sailed in comfort and confidence with only one language, one currency, a modicum of weather forecasting, and an ability to spot...
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SHP519
$8.98 $17.95  
Paperback, Sam Llewellyn, 112pages, 8.8 x 5.8, ISBN: 9781574093117
An exciting sailing story that combines sailing with mystery and intrigue, Black Fish refers to fish that are protected species but are being caught and sold by criminal elements. This leads to an adventure of mystery and murder combining the elements of skullduggery at sea (with ecological...
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SHP029
$5.48 $10.95  
Paperback, Tom Watkins, 107pages, 6 x 9, ISBN: 9781574091939
A decade's worth of breezy escapist tales chronicling the misadventures of a motley crew of college professors who abandon their landlocked lives for a week a year to go sailing. A hilarious and insightful glimpse into the secret lives of men.
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INT164
$21.00  
Paperback, William Longyard, 363pages, 6 x 9, ISBN: 9780071440295
Looks back half a millennium to chronicle the greatest ocean voyages attempted in the littlest of boats-rowboats, canoes, and tiny sailboats like Hugo Vihlen's 6 ft. April Fool. This is history, adventure and seafaring legend of the highest order.
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MWE001
$11.00 $22.00  
Hardcover, Migael Scherer, 203pages, 5.5 x 8.5, ISBN: 9781571312747
An experienced sailor goes racing for the first time, searching for victory and a renewed love of life. This is a moving portrayal of a frayed life being made whole again in the comradeship of a grueling race through hauntingly beautiful surrounds.
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SHP080
$12.48 $24.95  
Hardcover, Guy Bernardin, 230pages, 65 x 9.5, ISBN: 9781574091489
The author, a French racing sailor, buys a replica of the Spray and sets off in 1995 for three years with wife and young son to retrace Slocum's circumnavigation. A fresh take on the seagoing travelogue and a story of a happy family at sea.
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SHP073
$8.25 $16.50  
Paperback, Shirley Billing, 254pages, 6 x 9, ISBN: 9781574091373
Records in dramatic detail the ordeal of Peter and Shirley Billing who were taken from their yacht at gunpoint in the Red Sea and only released after a month of the most extraordinary efforts by friends, family and their government.
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