The Improbable Voyage 3 editions
The Improbable Voyage is the account of master sailor and storyteller Tristan Jones' 2,307-mile voyage across Europe in an oceangoing trimaran, Outward Leg. Continuing his round-the-world journey, Jones traveled from the North Sea to the Black Sea via the rivers Rhine and Danube. Battling ice and cold, life-threatening rapids and narrow defiles, German bureaucrats and Romanian frontier police, the indomitable Jones made his way through eight countries and emerged triumphant, if battered, bruised and penniless, at the Black Sea.Tristan Jones is one of the best-known authors of sailing stories. A Welshman, he left school at age 14 to work on sailing barges and spent the rest of his life at sea.
|Library of Congress||DD801.R74 J66 1998|
3 editions First published in 1987
May 1987, William Morrow & CoThe Improbable Voyage
Hardcover in English - 1st U.S. ed edition
1998, Sheridan HouseThe improbable voyage
in English - 1st pbk. ed.
2010, ereads.comThe Improbable Voyage
E-book in English
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