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Introduction Singlehanders Harry Pidgeon. Around the World Single-Handed ". . . any landsman who builds his own vessel and sails it alone around the world will certainly meet with some adventures . . ." Vito Dumas. Alone Through the Roaring Forties "Wave after wave broke over my wretched waterlogged carcass." Val Howells. Sailing into Solitude "There's still one devil of a long way to sail . . ." Alain Bombard. The Bombard Story "The castaway must never give way to despair . . ." Tania Aebi (with Bernadette Brennan). Maiden Voyage "My heart is thumping so hard in my chest and I can't stop the tears of fear. Varuna is carried and thrown with each breaking wave . . ." Anne Miller. Out of the Blue "The noise of the surf was deafening, and I prayed that if I died the noise would go away, because I did not wish to leave the world in chaos." Long-Distance Racers Francis Chichester. Gipsy Moth Circles the World "What had I expected from the Roaring Forties? . . . life is never quite like the tidy pattern that imagination makes of it." Bernard Moitessier. The Long Way "When you have long skirted vast expanses stretching to the stars, beyond the stars, you come back with different eyes." Nicholas Tomalin and Ron Hall. The Strange Last Voyage of Donald Crowhurst "By now he had lapsed into a deeper madness . . ." Naomi James. Alone Around the World "I felt the shock, a mountain of water crashed against Crusader's hull, and over she went." Dodge Morgan. The Voyage of American Promise "There is something very satisfying in dealing with the quick and certain victories and defeats of sailing a small boat alone. There is also the danger and fear of sailing alone." Ellen MacArthur. Taking On the World ". . . wow! It was amazing, as we just picked up a wave and accelerated, getting faster and faster . . ." Little Boats Robert Manry. Tinkerbelle "Clutched in a welter of sizzling foam, we surfed giddily down the forward slope of a breaking wave . . . It was exciting. It was also dangerous." Hugo Vihlen. April Fool The way things are going now, I would welcome a nice cockroach for company." Gerry Spiess (with Marlin Bree). Alone Against the Atlantic ". . . there was no ship. There would be no ship. I was alone, in the here and now, and I could do was hope to survive." Human Drama Miles Smeeton. Once Is Enough ". . . the time . . . would pass quickly as we settled down to our sea-going routine, and cups of tea would follow cups of tea, at about this time, on each succeeding day. . . . another marvellous day of sailing." Lin and Larry Pardey. Seraffyn's Oriental Adventure "Up until that moment the Arabs had been just a nuisance. But after that round of gunfire we were scared." Deborah Shapiro and Rolf Bjelke. Time on Ice "'Bring me to the midnight sun!' she cries. . . . What an amazing person. Even when injured, she has more spirit than most people." Appendix 1. Bibliography Appendix 2. Sources

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Thomas Lochhaas is ideally qualified to serve as series editor for Epics of the Sea. He has worked in publishing for 15 years, both as an acquisitions editor (for C.V. Mosby Company) and as a freelance writer and developmental editor for major publishers such as Addison-Wesley, Jones & Bartlett, Simon & Schuster, and Little, Brown. He earned an M.F.A. in fiction writing from the University of Arizona, Tucson, and was a Ph.D. candidate (all but dissertation) in modern literature at Washington University, St. Louis. He has published short fiction, critical essays, and a number of articles on boating topics appearing in magazines such as SAIL, Maine Boats and Harbors, and Good Old Boat. He has taught writing at the college level as a lecturer at UCLA and the University of Arizona, Tucson. He is an avid reader of the literature of the sea. An experienced sailor, he is currently preparing his boat for a trans-Atlantic cruise. HOMETOWN: Newburyport, MA

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