by Carleton Mitchell
Nautical Publishing Co., 1972.
cruises on the Chesapeake, in the West Indies, British and North European waters, Mediterranean, Japanese waters, etc.,etc.
an entertaining read.
by Frank Mulville
Seafarer Books, 1997.
wrecked on the island of Gigha, and other west coast of Scotland adventures
by Conor O’Brien
Edward Arnold, 1928.
cruises in “Kelpie”, “Saoirse” and “Ilen”.
by Sir Alker Tripp
a nostalgic account of Thames Estuary and Channel coast cruising in earlier years. “Leigh Hoe’s” final book and quite an elusive title.
by Francis Chichester
Hodder & Stoughton, 1964.
autobiography of the lone adventurer extraordinary, covering both his yachting and aviation adventures.
by Weston Martyr
Hart Davis, 1951.
Mariners Library Edition (ML14) of this entertaining collection of yachting and nautical yarns.
by Dougal Robertson
Paul Elek, 1973.
incredible story of survival in Pacific waters after the Robertson family’s yacht was sunk by killer whales.
the cruise of the “Islander” [Mariners Library no.12]
by Harry Pidgeon
by E.A. Pye
Atlantic voyaging in “Moonraker” a classic yachting title.