- File Size: 553 KB
- Print Length: 73 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 069264122X
- Publisher: Oxriver Publishing (January 31, 2016)
- Publication Date: January 31, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01B0OFYNW
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- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #230,326 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Anyone seriously planning to circumnavigate, fully or just part way, will find the ideas and thoughtful consideration of the problem in this book pertinent. That it is not as serious or in depth as, say, Jimmy Cornell or Beth Leonard’s books does not diminish from its utility. At 73 pages it’s a quick easy read yet packed with organized planning. If you’re planning to sail around the world, you should be reading every book on the subject, and this one is well worth your time.
In fact Linus' suggestions.....planning....may allow some people a chance to....uh Sail-around -the world...without some of the reality checks that...uh..... staying with the vessel....might offer....or working in the third world.....fitting in to local cultures.....meeting the peoples ...long term.....
not really as "sour grapes"...as my three star review might indicate.....for the appropriate "audience"....Linus has done your homework.
My style is more in the vein of Badger....and VOYAGING UNDER SAIL.....LONG term.....Voyaging....Cruising the world...in your own boat HOME.
in fact my one real long voyage was in a 22 ft Homebuilt wooden Block Island Schooner....we circumnavigated Cape Cod in 4 years..leaving Blackfish creek ...October 1979..via Kittery Point, Maine..Great Salt Pond Block Island...St. Georges' Grenada....St. Georges' Bermuda...we came back with a two year old....borne ---Tortola, BVI..July 1981...(The new-mom and one year old DID come home for 3 weeks- home visit-....mid voyage....1982------)
the Skipper.... the vessel and the dog and cat..along with new mom and two-year old Cedar Oceanus...came home when we came home....4years later...landfall Block Island..and it DID feel like a proper circumnavigation of Cape Cod....slipping back into Blackfish Creek in july 1983...
H. to S. A. T. W. part-time tells a different story...and projects another sort of "seat-of-the-pants" kinda cruising.Different Strokes....Different Folks....