Once is Enough

Once is Enough

Miles Smeeton Jonathan Raban / Apr 21, 2021

Once is Enough The Sailor s Classics library introduces a new generation of readers to the best books ever written about small boats under sailWhen the foot Tzu Hang sailed from Australia into the vast Southern O

  • Title: Once is Enough
  • Author: Miles Smeeton Jonathan Raban
  • ISBN: 9780071414319
  • Page: 212
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Sailor s Classics library introduces a new generation of readers to the best books ever written about small boats under sailWhen the 46 foot Tzu Hang sailed from Australia into the vast Southern Ocean in December 1956, her crew of three couldn t know what terror awaited them.

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    846 Comments

    1. One doesn’t have to be a sailor; not even so much as a week-end sailor to enjoy this book. It didn’t matter that as a landlubber I don’t understand the lexicon and technicalities of sailing a small ketch, let alone one in the roughest and most dangerous seas on our planet. I let the technical language wash over me whilst I caught more than enough in the gist, the sense of it all, the at times madness of it all, and I came out of the adventure amazed. Practiced sailors will lap-up the techn [...]


    2. Three people are sailing from Australia twards South America when they are flipped over and lose their mast. They then sail for five weeks and land in Chile. They spend Several months repairing their boat and head off again only to be flipped over one more time. Very good story, but full of sailing jargon that I had trouble with, mizzen, jibbing, halyard. Good book even for nonsailors.


    3. The personal story of the Smeeton's attempt to take their boat, the Tzu Hang, around Cape Horn in the 1950s. Two times. Twice, disaster strikes and they are struck down by angry seas. A maritime survival story and a true classic sailing misadventure. Features Pwe the cat, Nukaat's hero.





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