Against All Odds: Around Alone in the Boc Challenge

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In this fast-moving account of high adventure at sea, sailor Alan Nebauer weaves a compelling tale of eight months (1994-1995) in the longest race on earth-the grueling solo, around-the-world BOC Challenge that begins and ends in Charleston, S.C., covering 27,000 nautical miles. Nebauer, whose unshakeable faith pulled him through a dismasting near Cape Horn and the loss of his rudder, managed to finish midfleet and win two seamanship medals along the way-one for rescuing a competitor whose boat sank in midocean. This well ...

Against All Odds: Around Alone in the Boc Challenge 1997, International Marine Publishing, New York

ISBN-13: 9780074703311

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