Joshua Slocum was the first man to sail single-handed around the world, logging 46,000 nautical miles between 1895 and 1898.
As an editor and writer for the British magazine Classic Boat, Nic Compton has sailed aboard dozens of classic yachts all over the world.
Tom Cunliffe is a sailor to the bone and one of Britain’s most notable nautical celebrities.
It’s hard to not be envious of a 20-something couple parking their careers to cruise and live aboard for a year.
Lifelong sailor Paul Heiney bought a Chuck Paine-designed Victoria 38 and set off on one of sailing’s greatest challenges. One Wild Song (Bloomsbury Publishing, $26) is his account of an 18,000-mile, mostly solo sail from England to Cape Horn and back.
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