Based on the book:
To sail the Seven Seas is to explore the world’s great waters by wind power alone.
Be it an organised rally, a gruelling high-speed yacht race, volunteering your hands on deck in exchange for discounted passage or simply cruising at your own pace from port to port, the oceans are as ripe for adventure today as they were in centuries past.
How do you know where to go?
What happens at night and where do you sleep?
What do you eat and drink?
Where do you go to the toilet?
What do you do with your rubbish?
How long does it take?
What happens if things go wrong?
Sailing with a company
Working on a tall ship
Volunteering as a crew member
Joining an organised rally
Entering the Clipper Round the World Yacht Race
Independent cruising on your own schedule
Suffering from sea sickness
Getting caught in a storm
Keeping calm in calms
Running your boat aground
Collision with other boats and objects
Hijack by pirates
Seasoned Southern Ocean sailor Skip Novak tells you what it’s really like out there on the Seven Seas.
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