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D atolls and islands of his dreams to discover they really did exist But South Sea Vagabonds is much than just a ripping yarn; it is a heartfelt hymn to the possibility of living a free life and truly being the master of one's own desti. Great book Fun and very inspirational story Let s go sailing Cheating for the Chicken Man his dreams to discover they really did exist But South Sea Vagabonds is much than just a ripping yarn; it is a The Last Runaway heartfelt On Tidy Endings hymn to the possibility of living a free life and truly being the master of one's own desti. Great book Fun and very inspirational story Let s go sailing

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South Sea Vagabonds

75th anniversary edition of the timeless New Zealand classic of adventure at sea Johnny Wray's gripping and often hilarious account of his adventures around the South Pacific has inspired readers and changed lives since its first public. You typically have to be a sailor to appreciate books about sailing yet the fact that Wray some 75 years ago teaches himself how to build a boat and navigate around the South Pacific adds a humanizing element to this autobiographical narrative Written with true Kiwi wit and can do spirit Flat World Navigation hilarious account of A House of My Own Stories from My Life his adventures around the South Pacific Under Her Command (The Bosss Pet, has inspired readers and changed lives since its first public. You typically El Gaucho Martín FierroLa vuelta de Martín Fierro have to be a sailor to appreciate books about sailing yet the fact that Wray some 75 years ago teaches Fragonard Art and Eroticism himself Mao Zedong how to build a boat and navigate around the South Pacific adds a The Monarchs Are Missing humanizing element to this autobiographical narrative Written with true Kiwi wit and can do spirit

SUMMARY South Sea Vagabonds

Ation 75 years ago Fired from his day job during the Great Depression Johnny begged borrowed and stole the materials to build his famous yacht Ngataki With some mates for company and a sextant to steer by he set sail for the palm fringe. I found this in the kiwi section of the local library and just can t explain the sense of wanderlust it elicits It is filled with sailing jargon and some outdated idioms but not nearly enough to stop me from signing up for sailing lessons now uinze dias his day job during the Great Depression Johnny begged borrowed and stole the materials to build Cheating for the Chicken Man his famous yacht Ngataki With some mates for company and a sextant to steer by The Last Runaway he set sail for the palm fringe. I found this in the kiwi section of the local library and just can t explain the sense of wanderlust it elicits It is filled with sailing jargon and some outdated idioms but not nearly enough to stop me from signing up for sailing lessons now


9 thoughts on “South Sea Vagabonds

  1. says:

    You typically have to be a sailor to appreciate books about sailing; yet the fact that Wray some 75 years ago teaches himself how to build a boat and navigate around the South Pacific adds a humanizing element to this autobiographical narrative Written with true Kiwi wit and can do spirit

  2. says:

    Great read

  3. says:

    Ever thought that wage slavery is a pointless waste of your life and you'd rather just build your own boat and bugger about in the Pacific?This chap thought of it firstSacked from a bookkeeping position in his early 20's he builds a boat on his parent's front lawn and does exactly what he wants for the rest of his lifeInspirational in that respect but uite matter of fact writing and detailed accounts of weathering sto

  4. says:

    I was excited to read of the adventures of my Mother's cousin It gave me some great insights into the familyI laughed so much reading about his ability to make a boat out of not much a strait shared by my mother not boat b

  5. says:

    I found this in the kiwi section of the local library and just can't explain the sense of wanderlust it elicits It is filled with sailing jargon and some outdated idioms but not nearly enough to stop me from signing up for sailing

  6. says:

    First published in 1939 South Sea Vagabonds is apparently something of a classic in sailing circles It was chosen for my Book Club by a member who is currently living on her boat so actually an appropriate read South Sea Vagabonds is

  7. says:

    An inspiration

  8. says:

    Amusing Harking back to a simpler world

  9. says:

    Great book Fun and very inspirational story Let's go sailing

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