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Unlikely Passages

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The author gave up a successful career as an art dealer while in his late 50s and embraced retirement with a vengeance. He sailed away in his ship Unlikely and circled the globe. In doing so, he created his own universe-a small boat in a large ocean. This book presents his sailing philosophy.
Paperback, 169 pages
Published 1998 by Sheridan House (first published 1984)
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