Northabout: Sailing the North East and North West Passages
Eight Irishmen and their 47-foot boat Northabout left Westport in June 2001 to sail the Northwest Passage. The crew endured hazards of ever-moving ice and navigation through narrow channels of open water. They photographed the harsh beautiful landscape and superb wildlife. They completed the voyage in a record 13 weeks.
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Brief History of the Search for the North West Passage
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