Call of the North Wind: Voyages and Adventures on Lake Superior

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Marlor Press, Inc., 1996 - Travel - 202 pages
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Inspiring true tales of seafaring on the largest expanse of fresh water in the world. In his small sailboat and a cruising catamaran, the author retraces voyages of lost ships, early explorers and heroic sea captains. The rich narrative tells of sailing adventures and mysteries of Lake Superior.
 

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Contents

BAPTISM BY THE THREE SISTERS
1
GREETINGS OF A NORTHEASTER
12
SOJOURN IN THE BEAUTIFUL ISLANDS 1
18
VOYAGE TO TWO ISLANDS
37
THE BOAT THAT WOULD NOT DIE
47
THE LAST OF THE SHEILA YEATES
61
AN HOMAGE TO TWO WRECKS
67
RAINY DAY IN PORT
79
VISIT TO A BOATBUILDER
123
THE STORM
130
ALONG THE SHIPWRECK COAST
139
THE MYSTERY OF
149
WARRIORS OF THE STORM
165
TO THE RENDEZVOUS
173
HOMEWARD BOUND
184
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
191

RACING THE STORM
94
IN THE WATERWAY
103
ON THE TRACK OF THE BLACK ROBES
113

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About the author (1996)

Marlin Bree is a veteran boater and the author of 'Alone Against the Atlantic', 'Wake of the Green Storm', 'Call of the North Wind', and 'In the Teeth of the Northeaster'. He lives in St. Paul, Minnesota.

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