We Sailed It Our Way
This story is about two people, born into the uncertainties of the 1939–1945 War, who fell in love with each other and with sailing and who, encouraged by the example of other seafarers, completed over a period of 50 years a circumnavigation of the world’s favourite sailing destinations albeit missing out the long blue bits.
The book contains anecdotes as well as practical advice ensuring it is a must-read for boat lovers as well as those yet to find their sea legs. There is seamanship on every page. It will have a special appeal for those contemplating sailing in distant waters who wish to compare cruising grounds.
As well as covering sailing and seamanship, it is a travelogue in its own right, reflecting the history and culture met along the way.