Caught by the Lure of the Sea
From culture shock to cone-shell poison, what better way to experience the highs and lows of global ocean travel than through the words of the captain's mate, mother of two.teenaged boys. Lona Gray chronicled every aspect of their sailing adventure from how to find and prepare meals, how to repair engines, how to avoid monsoons, how to educate teenagers, and how to stay sane living in small quarters far from all the comforts.of stateside living. Through Lona's words, we see and feel Captain Bobby's frustrations and triumphs, we meet their new friends, and we experience the rush of unexpected weather.
'"Caught by the Lure of the Sea" is a compelling and realistic account for.anyone considering taking the leap of faith to follow a romantic dream." -Cathie Katz, author of Sierra Club's "Nature a Day at a Time: An Uncommon Look At Common Wildlife." 'If you've ever dreamt of sailing around the world, family in tow, this is the vicarious trip of a lifetime." -Carole Kotkin, co-author "MMMMiami-Tempting Tropical Tastes for Home Cooks Everywhere"; food editor Travellady.com and free-lance travel writer. '.you should read the adventures of Bobbie and Lona Gray aboard the sailing vessel Immanuel.they met priests and pirates and braved stormy seas to bring you a story you'll not forget."