The Epic Voyage of the Seven Little Sisters
The Epic Voyage of the Seven Little Sisters is the story of an adventure without parallel. William Willis, an American, singlehandedly sailed a raft across 6,700 miles of the Pacific from Peru to Samoa on one of the longest unbroken voyages of its kind ever recorded. It was an extraordinary feat, and his book fully reflects the courage and endurance it required.
Hardcover, 244 pages
Published 1955 by Hutchinson
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