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“Keep One Sail Up, Even in a Hurricane. Sail Through It.” A Daughter Remembers What Her Dad Taught Her.
Sarah Pescosolido writes to her dad about sailing, but it’s a lovely lyrical reflection on life itself.
Jonathan Footerman only has one questions left after circumnavigation the UK on a mini-yacht: What’s Next?
After sailing round Portland Bill in gusts and swells, Jonathan Footerman settles into his 61st port on his quest to circumnavigate the UK in a mini-yacht.
Nearing the end of his solo sailing journey around the UK in a mini-yacht, Jonathan Footerman is temporarily felled by fatigue, lack of stamina and an injury while battling a storm.
Jonathan Footerman continues his solo circumnavigation of the UK in a mini-yacht, and stops into Plymouth for a bit of history.
Jonathan Footerman continues his circumnavigation of the UK in a mini-yacht, and orders the most difficult Cornish breakfast ever.
Jonathan Footerman takes his longest leg at sea yet, on his quest to circumnavigate the UK on a mini-yacht.
Jonathan Footerman has sea fever. And if you’re on a quest to circumnavigate the UK solo in a mini-yacht, it’s just the right fever to have.
Jonathan Footerman continues his journey down the west coast of the UK, on his way completely around it in a mini-yacht, and is enthralled by all things Welsh.
“I have had a bellyful of bad weather and adverse conditions.” But the sights and the stops along the way as Jonathan Footerman heads down the west coast of his circumnavigation of the UK more than make up for it.
Capt. William E. Simpson was stunned by the beauty, grace and intelligence of dolphins in the Sea of Cortez. So he hated to see them then be used by the Navy.
Jonathan Footerman continues to sail the Scottish coast on his journey to circumnavigate the UK in a mini-yacht.
Jonathan Footerman navigates the lochs (and the locks) of Scotland, on his quest to circumnavigate the UK in a mini-yacht.
Jonathan Footerman continues his quest to circumnavigate the UK in a mini-yacht, passing by Bass Rock and scooting into the Scottish harbours of Lossiemouth, Arbroath, and Stonehaven.