Endless Sea: Alone Around Antarctica--As Far South as a Boat Can Sail
A firsthand account of a solo circumnavigation of Antarctica by a modern Moitessier--displaying rare skill in both skippering his boat and then poetically recounting his adventures.
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Amyr Klink, whose sailing exploits have made him a hero in Brazil, tells of his daring singlehanded circumnavigation below the Antarctic Convergence. Surfing the waves in his custom-built 50-foot "aluminum red truck," PARATII, Klink enjoys the quiet confidence that comes from proper planning, common-sense technology, and a lifelong fascination with the history of Southern Ocean sailing. A modern Moitessier, sailing before an Aerorig mast, Klink proves his seamanship handling tricky boat repairs while underway, navigating icebergs, negotiating gales and williwaws, and surfing gigantic waves.