Fear And Freedom Crossing The Oceans - A Woman's Perspective On Sailing On A Yacht As A Novice Crossing The Oceans
Sailing across the oceans in a yacht was not something Marilyn had thought of until the opportunity arrived. As a sailing novice and at the age of 56, her adventure began. This book is an account of her experiences, from a female perspective. Living in close quarters with her partner and two friends on a boat, threw up some interesting challenges. How did she cope with fear in the face of danger; with the long ocean passages and homesickness? How did her relationship survive? In the book you will find the answers and also find out how both couples faced challenges together.
Roger takes on a job as a deckhand on Bart and Janet's yacht. They are busy professionals who want to take a break from the business world and patch up their relationship. Crewing for a couple of lovebirds as they sail the Caribbean seems like an easy gig, but when problems develop between the couple, and Janet decides that Roger might save her vacation, it all gets tricky and erotic.
Sailing is fascinating, thrilling and romantic, but it can also be challenging. Knowing what to wear, what to eat, how to create a comfortable living space and how to stay safe are important things to know if you want your sailing days to be wonderful days. Written specifically for beginning trailer sailors, this small book covers all of that and more.
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