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Northwest Passage Solo by David Scott Cowper, David F. Pelly

Northwest Passage Solo

Description : David Scott Cowper was the first man to successfully sail the Northwest passage single-handed. He faced many dangers and delays including impenetrable pack-ice, leaks and the eventual sinking and salavage of his boat.

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Authors : David Scott Cowper, David F. Pelly

Published Date : 1994-01-01

Publisher : Sheridan House Incorporated

ISBN : 0924486651

Page : 212 Pages

Categories : Travel

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