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Lost at Sea
     

Lost at Sea

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by Patrick Dillon
 

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On February 3, 1983, the men aboard Americus and Altair, two state-of-the-art crabbing vessels, docked in their home port of Anacortes, Washington, prepared to begin a grueling three-month season fishing in the notorious Bering Sea. Eleven days later, on Valentine's Day, the overturned hull of the Americus was found drifting in calm seas, with

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Lost at Sea 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
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Lost At Sea is a book that you can't put down. Patrick Dillon makes the book seem like you were right there when the Americus and the Altair went down. I would reccomend this book to anyone!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Dillion gives a realistic description of the lives and tragedies of the men and families involved in the disappearence of the Americus and Altair. Illustrating how the fishing industry is not just a means of income but a source of family and community pride. Where the loss of life is not viewed as romantic or just a statistic, but a fact that happens everyday.