Seraffyn's European Adventure

Seraffyn's European Adventure

by Lin Pardey, Larry Pardey
     
 

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With this edition of Seraffyn's European Adventure, all four of the Pardey's classic Seraffyn tales are no available in Nook format.Join Lin and Larry while they winter in England working to pay for the next leg of their journey into the Baltic, Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Germany. They dealt with armed guards on the Polish waterfront who watched while the people… See more details below

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With this edition of Seraffyn's European Adventure, all four of the Pardey's classic Seraffyn tales are no available in Nook format.Join Lin and Larry while they winter in England working to pay for the next leg of their journey into the Baltic, Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Germany. They dealt with armed guards on the Polish waterfront who watched while the people greeted them with flowers and fruit. They weathered a fierce mast-under broach in a Baltic gale.This story ends at the gateway to the Mediterranean to be continued in Seraffyn's Mediterranean Adventure.

Editorial Reviews

R Robertson
Europe gave Lin and Larry a warm and civilized welcome, and they responded with keen appreciation and observation...They had, or else took, the time to fit into local environments, talk to local people, and reflect on what they saw. The result is a travel and cruising book above the average.
Carol Rustemeyer
If we had waited until we could afford a 45-foot yacht and all its luxuries, we might never have gone cruising, the Pardeys explain. They certainly prove that one need not be wealthy to see the world. The book shows their optimism, endurance, and resourcefulness. As they sum up, The whole idea is freedom. Go small, go simple, go now.
R. Sokolov
Lin Pardey has ..... in her deceptively simple and fresh-faced style, told the story of an unusual and appealing marriage partnership, a special way of life. Yachtsmen will enjoy the technical description of the problems of maneuvering in the tight harbors and unmapped channels.... the perils of heavy seas in a small boat. But what is remarkable is that she can draw a nonsailor into these special subjects and make them as comprehensible and absorbing to a landlubber as they would be to some

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940013454545
Publisher:
Pardey Books
Publication date:
11/30/2011
Series:
Cruising in Seraffyn , #2
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
318
Sales rank:
995,010
File size:
9 MB

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