On the night of January 29, 1982, Steven Callahan set sail in his small sloop from the Canary Islands bound for the Caribbean. Thus began one of the most remarkable sea adventures of all time. Six days out, the sloop sank, and Callahan found himself adrift in the Atlantic in a five-and-a-half-foot inflatable raft with only three pounds of food and eight pints of water. He would drift for seventy-six days over eighteen hundred miles of ocean before he reached land and rescue.
Introduction by Edward E. Leslie, Epilogue by Steven Callahan, drawings and photos
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A NEW YORK TIMES besteller, this true story tells the riveting, first-hand account of the only man in history to have survived more than a month alone at sea,fighting for his life in an inflatable raft after his small sloop capsized only six days out. Racked by hunger, buffeted by storms, and broiled by the tropical sun, Steven Callahan drifted over eighteen hundred miles of ocean, fighting off sharks with a makeshift spear, and watching nine ships pass by without turning back. Here is a story of anguish and horror, of undying heroism, hope--and survival.
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Book Description Adventure Library, 1999. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. 1st Adventure Library ed. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX1885283164
Book Description Adventure Library 1999-04, 1999. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. 1st Adventure Library ed. 1885283164. Bookseller Inventory # 667602
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