ALONE AT SEA by Hannes Lindemann

ALONE AT SEA

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Motivated by scientific curiosity, the author, a German doctor, spent 280 days afloat in the Atlantic on two solitary voyages--the first in an African canoe, the second in a rubber lifeboat. His conclusion arising from these gruelling adventures is that faith and self-discipline enable man to survive the all but impossible situations he must sometimes face. Interesting, exciting, and revealing reading for the armchair adventurer.

Pub Date: Sept. 15th, 1958
ISBN: 1443727474
Publisher: Random House