Single Mother: A New York Story

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AuthorHouse, Jan 19, 1999 - Biography & Autobiography - 152 pages

What's scarier than a humongous humpback nuzzling your hull? A hurricane maybe? Or having your ketch hijacked in Haiti? Live-aboard sailors, whose supposedly year-long cruise winds down a decade later, can tell you between the Great Lakes and South America it's one adventure after another . . . not all heart-stoppers, though. There are the hilarious cheats on one island, French nudes chasing President Carter on another, manatees too ugly to ever be mistaken for mermaids, and an honest-to-goodness periscope popping up to port. Any wonder that the crew can't stick to that twelve-month schedule?

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