Blue Water, Green Skipper

Blue Water, Green Skipper

A Memoir of Sailing Alone Across the Atlantic

Book - 2012
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The author's memoir of sailing alone across the Atlantic, with a new afterword that looks back at how one transatlantic race changed his life.
Publisher: New York : G.P. Putnam's Sons, ©2012
ISBN: 9780399161117
0399161112
Branch Call Number: 797.14 WOODS
Characteristics: 282 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm

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whitcombs2do
Apr 26, 2017

I read all the books about single-handed sailing I come across. This one is well-written, but not as compelling as some. Perhaps that's because much of it is backstory, and the actual single hand crossing of the Atlantic isn't particularly eventful. There is a lot of technical detail which would be of more interest to those who actually have some ocean sailing experience. I actually read it back in 2012 - but forgot. It took me about two-thirds of the narrative for me to remember reading it before. Maybe I'm just getting old ......

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HopeButterfly
Jan 01, 2013

Must admit I read only about 2 - 3 pages and I must get back to start it again and finish it!!!!

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RichardPaul
Jul 13, 2012

Blue Water, Green Skipper ---- by Stuart Woods c-1977/c - 2012-reprint (Non-Fic) ---- An Excellent read: I am glad this was reprinted. ---- Stuarts determined Effort to complete His race' in 'OSTAR', was quite a page turner. At His completion of the race: the only fireworks were Stuarts signal flairs! ---- Enjoy ---- RichardPaul (finished 9-24-2012)

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Sep 22, 2012

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