We, the navigators: the ancient art of landfinding in the Pacific
The second edition of David Lewis' classic book on Pacific navigation promises to satisfy yet again scholars and seafarers alike - and all others who have marveled at the ability of island mariners to navigate hundreds of miles of open ocean without instruments. The new edition includes a discussion of theories about traditional methods of navigation developed during the past two decades, the story of the renaissance of star navigation throughout the Pacific, and material about navigation system in Indonesia, Siberia, and the Indian Ocean.
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Lewis's work in rediscovering and documenting the ancient Polynesian art/skill of wayfinding comes through loud and clear as the depth and detail of his studies fill the pages of this excellent book dealing with the ancient art of landfinding in the pacific.
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fantastic insight into navigation history particularly for anyone whos sails the central pacific ocean Read full review
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