Swirly World Sails South

In 2007, kiwi musician and radio personality Andrew Fagan set sail in his tiny 5.4 metre plywood yacht to circumnavigate New Zealand. And just to make it more difficult he included a leg to the sub-Antartic Auckland Islands in the notorious Southern Ocean. All in all sailed over 3000 miles (around 5000 km) in two months. Facing such potentially lethal conditions in such a tiny craft took careful planning mixed with extreme determination serious fortitude and uncommon daring. In this account of his voyage,Fagan tells of having to avoid icebergs, sail through a force ten storm and visit sites of shipwrecks at Port Ross in the Auckland Island group.

Author: Fagan, Andrew
Edition: 1
Pages: 288
Book format: paperback
New: Jun 1, 2012

Product code: 60.60.715


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