Hop aboard for a wild sail across the oceans of the world with John Jourdane, author of "Icebergs, Port and Starboard." This book chronicles 45 years of Jourdane's life sailing the Seven Seas. Travel from sailing Sabots in California to sailing with kings in Europe; from the trade winds of Hawaii and Tahiti to racing around the world in the icy Roaring Forties near Antarctica; from cruising the beautiful atolls of Micronesia to visiting the wild game parks of South Africa.
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John Jourdane, author of "Icebergs, Port and Starboard" is one of the world's most experienced and respected offshore sailors. He has sailed over 300,000 miles, including 47 Pacific crossings, 12 Atlantic crossings, and 3 circumnavigations, including 2 Whitbread Round the World Races (now called the Volvo Round the World Race).Review:
"A sailor with a remarkable history of colorful voyages, Jourdane knows how to tell wonderful stories of boats and sailors." --John Rousmaniere, author of "The Annapolis Book of Seamanship," December 2005
"A wonderful teller of tales of the sea, and the crazy individuals who find it to be a race track." --Roy Disney, owner of yacht "Pyewacket," December 2005
Jourdane has a storyteller's knack for sharing tales of the sea with the rest of us. --Peter Isler, World Class Navigator and Tactician, December 2005
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