Through the Land of Fire: Fifty-Six South

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Seafarer Books, 2004 - Atlantic Ocean - 283 pages
The mysterious, dangerous and largely unfrequented waters of Tierra del Fuego are the setting for this story of a Millennium cruise in the 36-foot classic wooden yacht, Marelle. At the climax of the nine-month return voyage from Falmouth lay Cape Horn, the 'grim old man' that struck fear into generations of sailors passing between the Atlantic and ......
 

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Contents

Preface
ix
Acknowledgements
x
Permissions
xi
Introduction
xii
we get it together
21
Atlantic island hopping
31
South to the tropics
58
The Argentinian connection
74
The Horn and beyond
157
Falklands interlude
190
South Atlantic high
215
the home run
237
Feeding the inner man
261
Birds and other wildlife
265
Bread on board
270
Survival at sea
272

Patagonia
89
Tierra del Fuego
116
Marelle
280
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