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Black Fish "Sam Llewellyn"
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Black Fish "Sam Llewellyn"
BLACK FISH is the story of a difficult passage in the life of Gavin Chance – yacht broker, ex-policeman and gone-to-seed Olympic hopeful. He is being hunted by his ex-wife and his creditors. And even more worryingly, by some representatives of the fishing industry who make their living massacring fish stocks and doing even worse things to people. It is time for Gavin to go on the run –...
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Lighthouses of the World
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Lighthouses of the World
Lighthouses of the World This book is a beautifully presented panorama of over 150 lighthouses from 56 countries all around the world, all of which are accessible and many of which can be visited. From lighthouses boldly beaming their lights from clifftops, to those clinging to the edge of cliff faces, this is a spectacular and unusual celebration of lighthouses from every continent. This is a wonderful...
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Maelstrom "Sam Llewellyn"
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Maelstrom "Sam Llewellyn"
Anti-whaling protester Fred Hope is drawn into a sinister Whale-Hunt with Russian Mafioso and crazed neo-Nazis plotting with stolen art treasures and nuclear warheads. Talk about explosive ingredients to this story. A calming Gin and Tonic goes really will with this starting tale. Author: Sam Llewellyn 411 Pages
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The Iron Hotel "Sam Llewellyn"
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The Iron Hotel "Sam Llewellyn"
Several Februaries ago, I read a newspaper story about a rustbucket freighter that had run itself aground on New York’s Coney Island beach, and discharged a swarm of illegal immigrants into the freezing surf. It had taken them three months to travel from the South China Sea. Conditions on board had been bad. But it was hard to find out just how bad, because the immigrants had either vanished...
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Team Spirit
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Team Spirit
Team Spirit is a gripping account of a race on the edge, and a young skipper's determined journey to victory. The Clipper Round the World Yacht Race is the ultimate long distance challenge - a 35,000-mile circumnavigation of the globe, contested by amateur crews in identical racing yachts - and the winners are those who keep their focus the longest. The 2010 winner was 28-year-old Brendan Hall and...
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Confessions "Yachtsmen Own up to Their Sailing Sins"
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Confessions "Yachtsmen Own up to Their Sailing Sins"
This pick of the pack from 20 years of the much-loved YM column The Confessional. A light bedside read, designed to fill one with the comforting thought that many other yachtsman are equally as incompetent (or unlucky) as oneself. 2000. PB 96pp
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Worse Things Happen at Sea
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Worse Things Happen at Sea
Worse Things Happen at Sea "Worse Things Happen at Sea is the long-awaited follow-up to Jake Kavanagh's hugely popular Ups and Downs of a Lockkeeper. This time turning his humorous eye to the scrapes people get into when let loose on open water, Jake has us chuckling, blushing and recognising ourselves or fellow crew coming unstuck in the maritime mayhem he highlights with his witty pen and captures...
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Do Whales Get The Bends
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Do Whales Get The Bends
Using a question and answer format, this entertaining narrative addresses 101 general interest questions about the sea, sea life, seabirds and man's relationship with the sea. Where does seawater come from? How big can waves get? Why do we get seasick? How do flying fish fly? Why do icebergs float? Inspired by questions raised whilst the author was guest lecturer on cruise ships, this fascinating and...
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Rowing it Alone
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Rowing it Alone
On 7 October 2001, husband-and-wife team Debra and Andrew Veal set off from Tenerife in a rowing boat called Troika Transatlantic. They were the only mixed pair taking part in the Ward Evans Transatlantic Rowing Challenge. After only two weeks, Andrew, a 6" 5" experienced rower, abandoned ship having realised that he was terrified in the open seas. He left Debra, who was enjoying herself immensely,...
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Sally's Odd at Sea
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Sally's Odd at Sea
With no rowing experience and certainly no sea-going experience Sally Kettle took to the oars in her ocean rowing boat, Calderdale,in 2003 Fate however,had other plans,and when illness beset her then boyfriend and teammate she was joined on board by an unlikely partner,Sarah Kettle,her mother
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Walking on Water
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Walking on Water
On 5 September 1984, eighteen-year-old Geoff Holt dived into an idyllic tropical sea and his life changed forever. A broken neck cut short a promising career as a yachtsman and left him paralysed, with his horizons reduced to an uncertain future in a wheelchair. On 5 September 2007, after a journey of 109 days and 1,445 miles, Geoff Holt crossed the finish line and reached the summit of his Personal...
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Waterways Past & Present
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Waterways Past & Present
Discover the stunning waterways of Britain in this unique photograhic 1st Edition record of the magnificent and varied waterways heritage. The book covers 40 transitional years which follows Britains Inland waterways transformation from a thriving commerical transport system to the varied and beautiful cruising network it is today. hb 158 pages
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