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Autor: Nicolson, Adam

Editorial: HarperCollins Publisher

Formato:Tapa Dura
Precio de Lista:$22.95
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Seamanship : From Land's End to Cape Clear, at the southwestern tip of Ireland, past Roaringwater Bay and Cod's Head, on past Inishvickillane and Inishtooskert, up through the Hebrides, to Orkney and on to the Faeroes, stretches the richest and wildest coastline in Europe, an Atlantic-battered world. Wanting to experience the feeling that only the ocean can give you, of being "a single hair on the world's skin," Adam Nicolson set off to sail this coast in the Auk, a 42-foot wooden ketch, heading off on a 1,500-mile voyage through what he hoped would be a sequence of revelatory landscapes. Disasters and revelations greet him at every turn; sacred landscapes and modern visionaries; encounters with the animals living on the wild edge of the Atlantic; a moment at which the prospect of death comes strolling on board the Auk and others in which the strains of this ocean-edge existence threaten his friendship with George Fairhurst, who was sailing with him. Above all, it is about the gaps that open up between those who go and those who stay at home.

Categoría   Sub-Categoría
Viajes   Europe
Biografía y Autobiografía   General
Deportes y Recreación   Sailing

ISBN 13:9780060753429
ISBN 10:0060753420
Formato:Tapa Dura
Tamaño:8.10" l x 5.10" w x 0.90" h
Grado: Non-Classifiable

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