HarperCollins Canada, Limited, Nov 1, 1993 - Biography & Autobiography - 352 pages
This true story of survival at sea tells of four men adrift for 119 days in the South Pacific. Drenched by freezing seawater, with most of their gear lost, the four strangers crammed into a compartment just six and a half feet by four and a half feet--and struggled to survive. Photos.
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