There be No Dragons
How to Cross a Big Ocean in a Small Sailboat
By (author) Reese Palley
There be No Dragons by Reese Palley
Book DescriptionMost sailors dream of journeying to foreign ports, but many are held back by fears both real and imagined. However, as Reese Palley explains, sailing close to the shore is considerably more dangerous than voyaging across the sea. There Be No Dragons is intended to encourage those timid of the deep oceans and to inspire the confidence necessary to set sail across the wide dark seas of the world. Palley completed a fifteen year circumnavigation and his essential and entertaining guide now available for the first time in paperback, discusses easily learned skills and inexpensively acquired equipment, all of which are requisite for safe sailing.
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Book DetailsISBN: 9781574091830
(228mm x 150mm x 18mm)
Imprint: Sheridan House
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
Publish Date: 1-Apr-2004
Country of Publication: United States
Books By Author Reese Palley
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A bold and uncompromising argument in support of a technology that can end our dependence on fossil fuels now.
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A historical account of our most versatile building material, beginning in ancient Egypt and ending on the moon.
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100 beautiful nautical paintings, the first full presentation of Thomas Hoyne's work.
Unlikely People, Paperback (October 1998)» View all books by Reese Palley
Unlikely People is a tribute to the unique men and women that give up the shores and take to the seas. After thirty years of sailing aboard Unlikely VII he has met devils and saints, fools and philosophers, and their stories are told with humor and charm in Palley's inimitable style.
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Author Biography - Reese Palley
After a highly successful career as an art dealer, Reese Palley embraced retirement and nautical life with a vengeance, making a fifteen -year circumnavigation aboard his 46-foot Ted Brewer designed sailing boat, Unlikely 11. He is author of several books including Unlikely Passages and Unlikely People, and has contributed to numerous sailing magazines.
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