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Endurance

Endurance

by Alfred Lansing

Ernest Shackleton defined heroism in 1915 when his ship, the Endurance, was trapped in ice and then destroyed on its way to Antarctica. This tense week-by-week, month-by-month reconstruction charts the incredible journey undertaken by his crew of 27 men through 850 miles of the southern Atlantic's heaviest seas.
American Practical Navigator

American Practical Navigator

by Nathaniel Bowditch

On the Bottom

On the Bottom

by Commander Edward Ellsberg

In Harms Way

In Harms Way

by Doug Stanton

The Defeat Of the Spanish Armada

The Defeat Of the Spanish Armada

by Garrett Mattingly

The Anatomy Of Nelson's Ships

The Anatomy Of Nelson's Ships

by C Nepean Longridge

The Outlaw Sea

The Outlaw Sea

by William Langewiesche

The Only Way To Cross

The Only Way To Cross

by John Maxtone-Graham

Tinkerbelle

Tinkerbelle

by Robert Manry

The Ashley Book Of Knots

The Ashley Book Of Knots

by Clifford W Ashley

Minerva Reef

Minerva Reef

by Olaf Ruhen

Sons Of Sinbad

Sons Of Sinbad

by Alan Villiers

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Endurance

by Caroline Alexander

In August 1914 Sir Ernest Shackleton and a crew of twenty-seven set sail aboard the Endurance bound for the South Atlantic - their goal to be the first explorers ever to cross Antarctica. Weaving a treacherous path through the icy Weddell Sea, they came within eighty miles of their destination when the ship became trapped in the ice pack. For the next ten months they waited for the ice to break, but it never did, instead crushing the Endurance in its flows, leaving the crew stranded. With remarkable... Read more
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The Sea-Hunters - the Great Age Of Whaling

by Stackpole Edouard A

The Sea Hunters: True Adventures with Famous Shipwrecks is a nonfiction work by adventure novelist Clive Cussler published in the United States in 1996. This work details the authors search for famous shipwrecks with his nonprofit organization NUMA. There is also a television series titled The Sea Hunters which is based on the book. It airs on the National Geographic Channel and History Television in Canada.
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The Night Lives On

by Walter Lord

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Raiders Of the Deep

by Lowell Thomas

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Heavy Weather Sailing

by K Adlard Coles

Maritime Books & Ephemera

Sailing Alone Around the World

Sailing Alone Around the World

by Slocum, Captain Joshua

Joshua Slocum, one of the most famous of American sea captains, really was the first to single-handedly circumnavigate the world. The epitome of Yankee independence, he had risen from a seaman to the captain of his own ship. Marooned in Brazil, he built a "canoe" in which he returned to America (see The Voyage of the Liberdade). At loose ends at fifty-one, he was offered an old oyster boat which he rebuilt into the 37' Spray and in 1895 he took off from Boston for the Straits of Gibraltar. He is a... Read more
Sensible Cruising Designs

Sensible Cruising Designs

by Herreshoff, L Francis

Boatcraft

Boatcraft

by Heaton, Peter

Glory Of the Seas

Glory Of the Seas

by Mjelde, Michael Jay

Survive the Savage Sea

Survive the Savage Sea

by Robertson, Dougal

The Blackwall Frigates

The Blackwall Frigates

by Lubbock, Basil

Sailing

Sailing

by Heaton, Peter

Seabreezes

Seabreezes

by Carter, Craig J M