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Hi everyone,
I am a Swedish woman, living in Sweden and currently writing a book about common causes of on board conflicts. As you know, there are thousands of books on technical boat issues, but very little has been written about what really happens when people share such a small space as a boat. My book will deal with expectations, gender roles, leadership, fear and secuity, coming home again and more.

Iīm writing this, hoping that you would like to contribute by sharing your own conflict experiences or those of others. This book will provide important information to those preparing to cruise for a longer period of time as well as those going for shorter cruises. My aim, of course, is to prepare future cruisers for difficulties that may arise when going cruising.
Please get in touch with me for more information. I am looking forward to your e-mail!
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Marie Blomqvist
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My husband and I are planning on sailing from Portland to Alaska this spring and in the late summer, south to Mexico. This will be my first experience of extended cruising. I would love to read your book when it is published and I am sure others will benefit from your insights.
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Hi Marie,I am glad to know that some one is writing about this subject. I sail from China to Europe last year, and most difficult part of the 10 month voyage is certainly, human relations in such a small confined space, if you are interested to know how my voyage was handled, let me know. And we will talk some more.
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