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Cruising the Deuce By Allen Windsor
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Used as a prop in a John Waters movie; is sociological to some, pornographic to others; titillating to all; documented study of movie theaters and grinder houses in Times Square, New York City, 1940s... More > to 1980s;< Less
Cruising Into Paradise By Jasmuheen
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Softcover Version:- CRUISING INTO PARADISE with metaphysical author and artist Jasmuheen is filled with humor, insight, good visuals and practical life enhancing exercises to amuse people of all... More > ages. Designed as an esoteric coffee table book it will prompt introspection, reflection and discussion amongst those interested in the science of successful holistic living and the paradise reality.< Less
Cruising Into Paradise By Jasmuheen
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CRUISING INTO PARADISE with metaphysical author and artist Jasmuheen is filled with humor, insight, good visuals and practical life enhancing exercises to amuse people of all ages. Designed as an... More > esoteric coffee table book it will prompt introspection, reflection and discussion amongst those interested in the science of successful holistic living and the paradise reality.< Less
Apprentice Cruise By Jack Bagley
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First novel in the Ryan Lee series ... Midshipman Ryan Lee completes his four-year course at the Fleet Academy but, before he can be commissioned, he must spend one year on active duty as an officer... More > trainee on a Fleet vessel. His "Apprentice Cruise" takes place aboard FCSS Lovell, where Lee and classmates Joe Cafaro, Michelle Mayorga, and Everett Jefferson must show they are ready for a commission in the Fleet. During the cruise, an accident cripples the ship and the crew is lost in time. Lee finds himself in command and must master his own doubts to bring himself -- and his ship -- home.< Less
Apprentice Cruise By Jack Bagley
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First novel in the Ryan Lee series ... Midshipman Ryan Lee completes his four-year course at the Fleet Academy but, before he can be commissioned, he must spend one year on active duty as an officer... More > trainee on a Fleet vessel. His "Apprentice Cruise" takes place aboard FCSS Lovell, where Lee and classmates Joe Cafaro, Michelle Mayorga, and Everett Jefferson must show they are ready for a commission in the Fleet. During the cruise, an accident cripples the ship and the crew is lost in time. Lee finds himself in command and must master his own doubts to bring himself -- and his ship -- home.< Less
The Cruise of the Comet By James Otis & Victor Markland
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Sail with famous Baltimore privateer Capt. Thomas Boyle onboard the schooner Comet at the peak of the war of 1812. Told through the eyes of young Stephen Burton , this true to life account takes the... More > reader through exciting adventures on land and at sea. James Otis weaves into the factual account not only the story of the cruise itself but also background on the causes of the war, and local historyof the Chesapeake region as well as lessons in geography, politics, mathematics and seamanship. The Cruise of the Comet is an excellent introduction to America's "second war of Independence" for the young reader and a good old fashioned patriotic page turner for readers of any age.< Less
Cruising to the Zoo By Gwendolyn Cahill
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“Can we go to the zoo, so the lizard can dance with me?” Twinkle snickers, “Now you like the lizard, I remember when you didn’t.” Another action filled adventure with... More > C.C.O. and his family occurs at the Richmond Zoo. This book is full of surprises. You’ll enjoy the humor found in Cruising to the Zoo. An unexpected encounter brings much laughter to all.< Less
Cruising the Gulags By Michael Frankel
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In celebration of the founding of the Russian fleet by Peter the Great, The Dutch Coastal Cruising Association undertook a 4,800 European odyssey in 1994 that culminated in sailing the Russian inland... More > waters between Archangel and the Baltic Sea. Fifteen sailboats hosted by the Archangel Yacht Club, became the first Western-flagged pleasure boats allowed on this militarily strategic waterway. The author crewed aboard Tiota and proudly flew the Stars and Stripes from her port spreader, heralding an American aboard. Whereas emerging "New Russians" viewed our fleet as a vanguard for future boat tourism, it seemed "Old Russians" made our voyage bureaucratically discouraging. Nowhere was this more evident than in the final passage along the River Neva through St. Petersburg. The rules stated that bridges could only open at night and sailboats could only sail during the day. A Russian Catch-22, with the winter ice steadily approaching.< Less
Cruising the Gulags By Michael Frankel
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In celebration of the founding of the Russian fleet by Peter the Great, The Dutch Coastal Cruising Association undertook a 4,800 European odyssey in 1994 that culminated in sailing the Russian inland... More > waters between Archangel and the Baltic Sea. Fifteen sailboats hosted by the Archangel Yacht Club, became the first Western-flagged pleasure boats allowed on this militarily strategic waterway. The author crewed aboard Tiota and proudly flew the Stars and Stripes from her port spreader, heralding an American aboard. Whereas emerging “New Russians” viewed our fleet as a vanguard for future boat tourism, it seemed “Old Russians” made our voyage bureaucratically discouraging. Nowhere was this more evident than in the final passage along the River Neva through St. Petersburg. The rules stated that bridges could only open at night and sailboats could only sail during the day. A Russian Catch-22, with the winter ice steadily approaching.< Less
Cruising the Gulags By Michael Frankel
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In celebration of the founding of the Russian fleet by Peter the Great, The Dutch Coastal Cruising Association undertook a 4,800 European odyssey in 1994 that culminated in sailing the Russian inland... More > waters between Archangel and the Baltic Sea. Fifteen sailboats hosted by the Archangel Yacht Club, became the first Western-flagged pleasure boats allowed on this militarily strategic waterway. The author crewed aboard Tiota and proudly flew the Stars and Stripes from her port spreader, heralding an American aboard. Whereas emerging “New Russians” viewed our fleet as a vanguard for future boat tourism, it seemed “Old Russians” made our voyage bureaucratically discouraging. Nowhere was this more evident than in the final passage along the River Neva through St. Petersburg. The rules stated that bridges could only open at night and sailboats could only sail during the day. A Russian Catch-22, with the winter ice steadily approaching.< Less

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