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post #127 of Old 01-01-2010
Jim H
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In the go small, go now category

Not that the 'go small, go now" category works for everyone, but I still enjoy hearing reports of such voyages.

You might find the final video installment of this journey interesting:

YouTube - Onkudu, part 17, Final

Basically, he's a young man with a small 21 foot Corribee pocket cruiser (The Unified Corribee Website) who took off in 2008 down the Thames to visit a relative on the southern coast of England. He found the adventure so engaging that he decided to continue the trip around Britain itself. (Having just read two books on this type of goal, I can assure you it isn't easy. Ellen MacArthur did it in a Corribee in 1995.)

Life and luck intervened, with piles of help from others along the way, but you should see the video to see how things turned out. In fact, there are 17 different videos about the voyage on youtube, if you are that interested.

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