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February 08, 2011

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Adam

Great site. I've enjoyed reading your blogs. Another great sailing blog I've been reading is about 2 brothers from Iowa who circumnavigated.
For the story, pictures and information of a man from Iowa who grew up on a farm then became a sailor and circumnavigated aboard a sailboat check out www.DeCaptain.com. It is a great website with lots of pictures and the story of two brothers who circumnavigated aboard a 41' ketch in 13 months. Neither of brothers had any sailing experience, were self taught and grew to love the sailing lifestyle and the ocean.

Martin

Nice one, i thoroughly enjoy this post. Thanks for sharing this.

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