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The slope of the wind.

Seligman, Adrian.
(1994)  | 9780850364439 | Seafarer Books | pbk. | book | 219pp
AUD 19.95 (inc. GST), AUD 18.14 (ex. GST),
In this tale of life at sea the author tells of voyages round the Horn and his time in the Aland Islands where he fitted out a small boat and sailed with the lovely Elsa. He describes the trials and pleasures of life under sail, including adventures with sharks, drunken captains and a stowaway.

Mate of the caprice.

Brown, Gordon.
(1995)  | 9780850364446 | Seafarer Books | pbk. | book | 168pp
AUD 13.95 (inc. GST), AUD 12.68 (ex. GST),
In the 1930s, hundreds of barges sailed the crowded waters of the Thames estuarycarrying up to 100 tons of every sort of cargo - wheat and barley, coal, gunpowder, cement and gravel. These remarkable craft were worked by a crew of two -skipper and mate. Here, the shipmate tells his story.

A winter away from home : william barents and the north-east passage.

Barents, William.
(1995)  | 9780850364477 | Seafarer Books | hbk. | book | 280pp
AUD 39.95 (inc. GST), AUD 36.32 (ex. GST),
Around the end of the sixteenth century, several expiditions tried to establish a north-east passage to Asia, but fog, pack-ice, and the confusing geography of the coast of Russia proved consistently confusing. No one pursued a north-east passage with such tenacious skill as the Dutch sailing-master...

Socialist register 91.

Bailey, Anthony.
(1995)  | 9780850364507 | Seafarer Books | hbk. | book | 358pp
AUD 18.95 (inc. GST), AUD 17.23 (ex. GST),
The New England coast, a small cruising sloop, warm winds - and Anthony Bailey'sstorytelling powers. "Lochinvar" sails the waters between eastern Long Islandand the tip of Cape Cod, poking into deep harbours and shallow ponds, andexploring the present life of the coast.

Return to murmansk.

Swain, Henry.
(1995)  | 9780850364521 | Seafarer Books | hbk. | book | 245pp
AUD 29.95 (inc. GST), AUD 27.23 (ex. GST),
In 1990, Henry Swain sailed his 34-foot yacht Callisto to Murmansk. He had been there once before, 45 years earlier, on a Royal Navy warship escorting American merchant vessels supplying vital aid to the Soviets. U-boats lay in wait off the Russian coast and the Luftwaffe threatened attacks from bases...


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