Hooked on the Horizon

Sailing Blue Eye Around the World

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Publisher Description

Three vast oceans, two young men and one dubious idea – to sail around the world.



When a sailboat barely bigger than a bathtub pottered into the English Channel, James and Tom began the adventure of a lifetime. In their little boat Blue Eye they set sail, ladened with the notion that happiness and freedom loitered just over the horizon. And yet as they journeyed between continents and across oceans, they found they were still anchored to their old unsatisfied selves.



Hampered not only by the storms of the Atlantic Ocean and the pirates of the Red Sea, the craving nature of the human mind also threatens their bid to circumnavigate the world. From the Caribbean to the Suez Canal, James and Tom chase one sunset after the next, convinced a treasure trove of fulfilment lies waiting beyond the horizon. What will it take for them to discover that the sea is not always bluer on the other side?



Hooked on the Horizon is Tom Dymond’s travel memoir of sailing Blue Eye around the world. If you like being transported across oceans, escaping to far-flung paradises, and finding humour and philosophy in between, then you’ll love the story of Blue Eye’s adventure.



Buy your copy of Hooked on the Horizon: Sailing Blue Eye Around the World today!

GENRE
Travel & Adventure
RELEASED
2021
24 August
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
369
Pages
PUBLISHER
Hardstone House
SIZE
4.1
MB

Customer Reviews

Jeff1155 ,

So much more than a travel story

Wonderful!

Charley Bravo ,

Great read

The two books are both very entertaining, the first has many comic happenings, the sort that any one who has purchased an old sailing boat will find very funny.
The second book is quite an insight not only of the huge journey, but also the attitude of the crew which is often not written about so much in these sort of adventure tales.
I enjoyed it as a sailor, but those who know little about sailing boats will not be bogged down by boat technical speak, its written in layman terms, well worth a read.

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