SCHOONER PILGRIM'S PROGRESS
Between 1932 and 1934,in the depths of the Depression, Donald Starr and six friends sailed the 85' Alden schooner Pilgrim around the world from Boston by the way of the Panama and Suez Canals. Their adventure is recounted with wit and detail in this illustrated-a look at bluewater cruising, the Caribbean, the South Pacific, and the Mediterranean before war and tourism altered them forever.
6" x 9", 371 pages, 26 illustrations, plans, maps, notes, appendices, glossary, bibliography. Hardcover, cloth binding.