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In 1987 Alan Nebauer was preparing to sail single-handed around the world in the small 25-foot yacht he had fitted .
In 1987 Alan Nebauer was preparing to sail single-handed around the world in the small 25-foot yacht he had fitted out. But things didn’t turn out quite as he planned. Within weeks he was married, and instead of setting off alone, he was sailing with his new wife Cindy.
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6 amazing historic sea voyages. Captain Bligh's amazing feat of seamanship and navigation in a small boat after he was removed from the Bounty has recently been re-enacted for television. There have been some amazing passages under sail made by humankind over the years, here are just six of the most impressive ones. Sailing vessels have been around for some 7,000 years, helping the species populate and colonise every inhabitable continent, along with a myriad of islands.
His book is not only about sea voyaging in a little boat, surfing the Baja swells and the desert coast. These shorter voyages were made in company and he writes of how long distance voyaging would best be done in the good company of fellow surfers. It is very much about the people he met. These were mostly fishermen living temporarily in coastal fishing camps from which they would go out in their open boats to catch whatever was running. That, he says, would make sailing easier and would make for more convivial shore camps that lone voyaging.
Travelers have boated across America before but never to my knowledge under those requirements
Travelers have boated across America before but never to my knowledge under those requirements. One night sixteen months earlier, in a thrill of final discovery, I found what I believed to be the last piece of this river puzzle, and at that moment I understood that I had to make the voyage at whatever cost. I, whose boating life to that moment consisted of paddling about in a thirteen-foot canoe and standing below-deck watches and chipping paint on a nine-hundred-foot aircraft carrier, realized more than I wished to admit why I wanted Pilotis along, but I only pointed out the worn stone walls of Fort Wadsworth on the north end of Staten Island near.
His books-Voyage of the Paper Canoe and Four Months in a Sneak Box-written well over a century ago .
His books-Voyage of the Paper Canoe and Four Months in a Sneak Box-written well over a century ago, haven’t lost their ability to inspire. Easy to build, impressively functional. Arch Davis, the New Zealand-born, Maine-based designer of small boats, set out in a brisk northwesterly wind, hoping for an exciting sail on Penobscot Bay. He got more than he bargained for and the memories and the lessons from that day have stayed with him for 30 years.
He has weathered several storms at sea, and teaches aspiring bluewater voyagers in seminars, lectures, and training voyages. John lives aboard a 47-foot cutter in Florida. He and his student Carl Wake, the subject of this book, were close friends. Hometown: Ft. Lauderdale, FL.