Queequeg: Maine To Mexico And Bahamas

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AuthorHouse, Aug 1, 2004 - Travel - 540 pages
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The ketch, "Queequeg" is a one of a kind, handcrafted, wooden piece of sculpture, the culmination of 3000 years of seafaring experience. In these days of lookalike fiber glass boats she is unique. If you once see her, you do not soon forget her This book tells the story of a five year voyage from Maine to Mexico on the Intercoastal Waterway,the Florida Keys and the Bahamas. It documents day by day experiences,including the wonderful people we met, the sights we saw, and several near fatal occurences; the joy ,monotony anxiety and fear that are the lot of the smallboat cruiser. The anxiety and fear overpower the joy for some people and many sailboat owners never get more than a day's sail from their home port All Hail! to those early adventurers and circumnavigators sailing the the uncharted oceans with the most primitive navigation instruments.

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