Alaskan Sailing Adventure

Rated 3.00/5 based on 4 reviews
Four teenage cousins have worked and studied for two years preparing for an "Outward Bound" type sailing adventure in Alaska. They expect to see the scenery of Kenai Fiords National Park and do some fishing. Their captain has far greater plans for them and expects them to become sailors capable of surviving on their own. More
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About Charles Kaluza

I am a retired ENT, Head and Neck Surgeon with a love of Science Fiction. The science and medicine in my books is based on reality with some room for growth.

I was forced to retire because of medical problems but still enjoy life with a little fishing, flying and sailing to supplement the joy of my wife, children and grandchildren.

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Review by: Jenny Eagle on Feb. 28, 2018 :
This book has some great episodes within the overall story. There are a lot of adventures and challenges in Alaska and on a ship off the coast. The main story is about one older guy trying to get some younger guys whipped into shape. There were many well written and fun events. Reads like a memoir or auto-biography of someone's experiences turned into fiction.
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Review by: DoloresMatthews on Aug. 21, 2017 :
I read widely but I like sea stories best. This is a rough and tumble tale about several young men who go to Alaska and spend some time learning to sail with a salty old guy. Everyone involved gets way more than they signed up for, which is often how it goes when you are on a boat on the open waters with high winds and big waves.
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Review by: Mr Keef, Sr on April 12, 2017 :
If you like 'messing around in boats' this book may be for you. It's full of one real life adventure or mishap after another, and best of all it takes place off the coast of Alaska. Reads like real life with one thing happening after another among a group of friends who are ready for action aboard a boat.
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Review by: David Rose on March 5, 2017 :
DNF. Writing with two wooden legs.
To be fair, I read only two pages. You might like this better, and at least it's free.
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