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Endeavour at Cape Horn By John Selwyn Gilbert
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This book is about a long journey by sea, from Fremantle, in Western Australia, to Whitby, in Yorkshire. It took 139 days and the author and his shipmates travelled 16,626 miles. They were crewing... More > on board the Endeavour Replica, modelled on Captain Cook's ship, in which he completed a similar journey in the opposite direction in the eighteenth century. The journey is full of hazards and privations, like Cook's own journey, and the adventures and the vicissitudes are well described and well remembered. The author celebrated his 59th. birthday close to the spot on the earth's surface that is furthest from any land.< Less
Heading For Cape Horn By Peter Fields
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In the southern summer of 1977-78 the author and two companions sailed a 47 foot sloop from New Zealand through the Southern Ocean to Cape Horn where they scuba dived; and on through the waterways,... More > canals and fiords of Tierra del Fuego, the Magellan Straits and a thousand miles of Chilean Patagonia waterways. The narrative terminates at Robinson Crusoe Island off mid-Chile where they dived the wreck of the German light Cruiser Dresden sunk in 1914. In the Golfo de Penas they searched for the lost vessel HMS Wager, storeship of Admiral Anson's 1740 British expedition to loot Spanish ports. These, and other diving and sailing stories, intersperse the journey. The voyage marked the end of an era and pre-dated modern aids. Without a workable radio they navigated with a sextant, two wrist watches and a chart of half the Pacific Ocean. They survived 80 knot gales, numerous knockdowns and seas in the Southern Ocean too great to be adequately described.< Less
Heading For Cape Horn By Peter Fields
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In the southern summer of 1977-78 the author and two companions sailed a 47 foot sloop from New Zealand through the Southern Ocean to Cape Horn where they scuba dived; and on through the waterways,... More > canals and fiords of Tierra del Fuego, the Magellan Straits and a thousand miles of Chilean Patagonia waterways. The narrative terminates at Robinson Crusoe Island off mid-Chile where they dived the wreck of the German light Cruiser Dresden sunk in 1914. In the Golfo de Penas they searched for the lost vessel HMS Wager, storeship of Admiral Anson's 1740 British expedition to loot Spanish ports. These, and other diving and sailing stories, intersperse the journey. The voyage marked the end of an era and pre-dated modern aids. Without a workable radio they navigated with a sextant, two wrist watches and a chart of half the Pacific Ocean. They survived 80 knot gales, numerous knockdowns and seas in the Southern Ocean too great to be adequately described.< Less
Around Cape Horn in 1849, Journal of George Henry Sanderson By George Henry Sanderson
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The descriptive journey of a 19 year old future Mayor of San Francisco from Boston to San Francisco on the Henry Ware
Around Cape Horn in 1849, Journal of George Henry Sanderson By George Henry Sanderson
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The descriptive journey of a 19 year old future Mayor of San Francisco from Boston to San Francisco on the Henry Ware
Sailing to the end of the world By KEN BARNES
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Rescued off the coast of Chile on January 5 2007, Ken Barnes recounts the full story of the adventure that took him and his yacht Privateer into one of the worst storms seen off Cape Horn in years.
Sailing to the end of the world By KEN BARNES
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Rescued off the coast of Chile on January 5 2007, Ken Barnes recounts the full story of the adventure that took him and his yacht Privateer into one of the worst storms seen off Cape Horn in years.
Yacht Orbit - Roger Stephens' Voyage to the Edge of the Earth By Matt Stephens
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At an age when most people are thinking of putting their feet up, veteran adventurer and yachting instructor Roger Stephens sold his house, bought an ocean-going yacht, and embarked on a voyage round... More > the world. On the way he discovered cliff-hugging settlements tucked away in remote icy channels along the jagged Chilean coast, rockhopper penguins in the Falklands, over-friendly humpback whales between Salvador and Rio, ancient turtles in the Galapagos Islands; and made a great many new friends along the way. This book covers his journey in pictures, blog entries, and commentary from those who sailed with him.< Less
Yacht Orbit - Roger Stephens' Voyage to the Edge of the Earth (ebook) By Matt Stephens
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At an age when most people are thinking of putting their feet up, veteran adventurer and yachting instructor Roger Stephens sold his house, bought an ocean-going yacht, and embarked on a voyage round... More > the world. On the way he discovered cliff-hugging settlements tucked away in remote icy channels along the jagged Chilean coast, rockhopper penguins in the Falklands, over-friendly humpback whales between Salvador and Rio, ancient turtles in the Galapagos Islands; and made a great many new friends along the way. This book covers his journey in pictures, blog entries, and commentary from those who sailed with him.< Less
South American Journey By Beth Camp
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This rich collection of poetry, journal entries, and photographs tells the story of a six-month journey south to Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay, around Cape Horn to Chile, and ending in Peru in 2009.