This book was published by Dell Publishing Co., New York, NY. Sailing the Seven Seas was published in1967. It is a soft cover. It has bright green pictorial covers with black and blue text. It does not have a dust jacket. It measures approximately 7 ½” tall by 5 ½” wide. It has 163 pages.
The book description states that: “This is the fascinating true story of seagoing New England families and the packets, East Indiamen and swift clipper ships on which they journeyed to distant ports. The children who were lucky enough to sail with their parents had the ocean for their homes and the whole world for their geography books. Their mothers taught them to read and write, the first mates taught them navigation and the sea itself, with the storms and icebergs and dangerous shoals, taught them courage and endurance. As fresh and salty as an ocean breeze, as spicy as the ginger, cloves and fragrant sandalwood which sometimes constituted part of the cargo, this distinguished book captures some of America’s proudest moments.”
It is in fair condition. The corners are bumped. There are creases on the cover and wear. The pages have yellowed with age.
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