HAL ROTH. - Two Against Cape Horn.
New York: W W Norton & Company 1978. 1st Edition, so stated; 1st Printing. Hardbound 8vo (about 9.5 inches tall) 288 pages. Notes. Description: Includes several black and white and color photographs. ''A Tale of High Adventure at Sea in One of the Least Known Parts of the World.'' Hal and Margaret Roth, veteran sailors, set out to sail their thirty-five foot yacht, Whisper, through and around a little known archipelago on the southwest coast of South America and thence around that greatest challenge of all, Cape Horn. After an 8,000 mile voyage from California, during which they explored a vast archipelago, deep fjords between high mountains, and glaciers, they arrived at the bottom of the world. They anchored one night in a small bay poised for the passage around the Horn. There, just twenty-four miles from the Horn, they were struck by a violent storm and wrecked on a desolate, rocky shore. They survived for nine days until a Chilean navy patrol ship spotted their signals and took them off. They came back, however, salvaged Whisper, and started out again. BINDING/CONDITION: red boards with cream colored cloth at the spine; a Near Fine book, with a Very Good dust jacket; publisher's price on the jacket flap is intact (the U.K. price is clipped from the bottom corner, the U.S. price is displayed at top). ISBN: 0-393-03223-XUSD 10.00 [Appr.: EURO 7.5 | £UK 6.25 | JPą 1027] Book number 059609
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