To the Great Southern Sea

To the Great Southern Sea

by William Albert Robinson, Paul Shay
     
 

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This compelling story invites us to the mighty ocean seas and the faraway places that lie beyond them.

TO THE GREAT SOUTHERN SEA is W.A. Robinson's tale of his 11-month, 15,000-mile voyage in his 70-foot brigantine Varua.

Departing from Tahiti, Varua crossed the Great Southern Sea on the track of the now-vanished square-riggers running their easting down to the

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This compelling story invites us to the mighty ocean seas and the faraway places that lie beyond them.

TO THE GREAT SOUTHERN SEA is W.A. Robinson's tale of his 11-month, 15,000-mile voyage in his 70-foot brigantine Varua.

Departing from Tahiti, Varua crossed the Great Southern Sea on the track of the now-vanished square-riggers running their easting down to the Horn.

"An epic fight with a deadly storm, the enchantment of sun-sparkled seas, new vistas and fascinating landfalls...Robinson's story is the timeless one of man against the elements, his celebration in victory." (B-O-T Editorial Review Board)

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780736612296
Publisher:
Books on Tape, Inc.
Publication date:
10/01/1987
Edition description:
Unabridged, 8 Cassettes

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