Adventure is Sailing Without a Compass

A Journal for Sailors or motorboat Owners who love to be out in the sea. Perfect for making notes. 9 inches x 6 inches 110 lined pages

Adventure is Sailing Without a Compass

Author: Sailing Notebook Sailor Journal

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ISBN: 9781099146909

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A Journal for Sailors or motorboat Owners who love to be out in the sea. Perfect for making notes. 9 inches x 6 inches 110 lined pages

Adventure Is Sailing Without Compass

Sailing specifically refers to the sport of using wind to power sails and propel the boat forward.

Adventure Is Sailing Without Compass

Author: Sailing Publishing

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Page: 120

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Sailing specifically refers to the sport of using wind to power sails and propel the boat forward. Today it is mostly a recreational activity, so if you love to sailing, you must grab this Sailing Notebook as one of your perfect collection of Sailing things This Sailing Notebook can be used as a journal, travel notebook, diary, business / office notebook, gift, school journal, daily planner or organizer, for sport and recreation lovers, etc. * Perfectly sized at 6" x 9" * 120 pages * Softcover Bookbinding * Flexible Paperback

Shipwrecks and Adventures at Sea

... comply , and one of the party discovered the whole plot , which was the
following : - “ They intended to have gone to sea in the cutter this forenoon ,
without a compass , without sails , without a rudder , and without any plan of
navigating her .

Shipwrecks and Adventures at Sea

Author: SHIPWRECKS.

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Outing Sport Adventure Travel Fiction

... anaside on our arrival , and not resumed chored in our wandering minds ,
when till the owners start for the great world one day we were suddenly driven
out again . to sea without compass or chronometer . Invitations to sailing parties ,
straw ...

Outing  Sport  Adventure  Travel  Fiction

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The book of adventure and peril

We kept sort of staved , in nearly the middle of reckoning ; but the sun and stars
the Western Ocean , without a being sometimes hidden from us compass ,
without quadrant , with for twenty - four hours , we had out sail , without greatcoat
or no ...

The book of adventure and peril

Author: Charles Bruce (writer of tales.)

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The Travels and Surprising Adventures of Baron Munchausen

After sailing three months , we knew not where , being still without compass , we
arrived in a sea which appeared to be almost black : upon tasting it , we found it
most excellent wine , and had great difficulty to keep the sailors from getting ...

The Travels and Surprising Adventures of Baron Munchausen

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Complete original edition of the surprising travels and adventures of Baron Munchausen An account of a voyage into the moon and dog star A sequel containing his expedition into Africa etc A new edition with forty copper plates

After sailing three months we knew not where , being still without compass , we
arrived in a sea which appeared to be almost black ; upon tasting it , we found it
most excellent wine , and had great difficulty to keep the sailors from getting
druok ...

   Complete original edition    of the surprising travels and adventures of Baron Munchausen     An account of a voyage into the moon and dog star     A sequel  containing his expedition into Africa  etc  A new edition  with forty copper plates

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Cruising World

03065 1983 [:1 DECEMBER 1983 $2.50 Special Safety Section Ham Radio
Sailing Without a Rudder Mayday Equipment FirstAid ... Compass BOC Around-
Alone Race Wrap-Up First Aid for Electronics Cruising Adventures: Mystic
Seaport, ...

Cruising World

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Famous Adventures and Prison Escapes of the Civil War Illustrated Edition

From the general direction of the wind I knew without compass or any other guide
that we were running to the ... I lashed the end of the gaff to the boom, and then
loosed enough of the mainsail to goose-wing it, or make a leg-of-mutton sail of it.

Famous Adventures and Prison Escapes of the Civil War  Illustrated Edition

Author: William Pittenger

Publisher: e-artnow

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Page: 231

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Madison & Adams Press presents the Civil War Memories Series. This meticulous selection of the firsthand accounts, memoirs and diaries is specially comprised for Civil War enthusiasts and all people curious about the personal accounts and true life stories of the unknown soldiers, the well known commanders, politicians, nurses and civilians amidst the war. "Famous Adventures and Prison Escapes of the Civil War" is a collection of seven narratives gathered and edited by the first modern southern writer, George Washington Cable. Mr. Cable put together the most interesting Civil War stories he had heard, which he shared with the readers and thusly saved them from oblivion. Contents: War Diary of a Union Woman in the South The Locomotive Chase in Georgia Mosby's "Partizan Rangers" A Romance of Morgan's Rough-riders Colonel Rose's Tunnel at Libby Prison A Hard Road to Travel out of Dixie Escape of General Breckinridge

The Travels and Surprising Adventures of Baron Munchausen

After sailing three months we knew not where, being still without compass, we
arrived in a sea which appeared to be almost black; upon tasting it we found it
most excellent wine, and had great difficulty to keep the sailors from getting drunk
 ...

The Travels and Surprising Adventures of Baron Munchausen

Author: Rudolf Erich Raspe

Publisher: Melville House

ISBN: 161219124X

Page: 272

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The restored, unbowdlerized text of Raspe’s slapstick travel epic featuring the classic illustrations from Strang & Clark (1895) No one has journeyed to as many foreign lands as Baron von Munchausen. Nor, when it comes time to fire a cannon, will you find anyone more accurate. The comfort of courtly life is as natural to him as the harshest polar desert. On the subject of politics and science he has no equal. And all discussion of the moon must start and stop with the only man who has ever been there. His feats of prowess are famed the world over. Who else could leap a hedgerow with a carriage and horse on their back? No one. And then of course there are the bears. . . My god the poor bears! Written at a time when science was replacing religion, and explorers were mapping the globe, and in our own time made into an acclaimed movie by Terry Gilliam, The Travels and Surprising Adventures of Baron Munchausen unleashed the quintessential madman upon the Age of Enlightenment—and it remains the tallest of tall tales to this day.

The Calcutta Review

The knowledge of those times yet survives to guide the Arab vessels sailing
without a compass or chronometer on ... The tales of the romantic adventures of
Dhunoputti and Sreemunto possess in them a nucleus of truth , which places the
fact ...

The Calcutta Review

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The Battery and the Boiler Or Adventures in the Laying of Submarine Electric Cables

... may knock to pieces , without shelter and without compass ! ” “ Without shelter
and compass , Mr . Shipton ! " said Jim Slagg , who had hitherto listened in
silence to the conversation ; “ why , what d ' ye call this ? " ( taking hold of the sail
) .

The Battery and the Boiler  Or  Adventures in the Laying of Submarine Electric Cables

Author: Robert Michael Ballantyne

Publisher: Brantford, Ont. : J. & J. Sutherland

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At the time that Ballantyne wrote this book, submarines were performing the great public service of placing electric cables on the ocean floor to enable trans-Atlantic communication. Much as he did with lifeboats,?Ballantyne emphasizes the importance of his subject matter. Specifically, he?personifies electricity itself, labeling it "the useful and obedient slave of man."?

Reminiscences of an adventurous and chequered career at home and at the Antipodes

About midnight each of these sailors was suddenly throttled , and a pistol
presented to his head , with threats of instant death if they ... oars , sail , biscuits ,
water , and compass , ready to be lowered . ... One of the sailors and the fourth
man of the bushrangers were drowned ; two of the sailors landed without injury ,
but the ...

Reminiscences of an adventurous and chequered career at home and at the Antipodes

Author: Alexander Tolmer

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