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A very good read

Just a heads up about an excellent free cruising e-book. James Baldwin (of Atom,) has posted his account of his first circumnavigation as a free online book. It's a great read and a very kind gesture on his part.

Atom Voyages | Voyages Aboard the Sailboat Atom - Across Islands and Oceans - A Journey Alone Around the World by Sail and by Foot - Introduction

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Im curious what kind of boat does he have i cant quite tell from the angle of the picture.
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Im curious what kind of boat does he have i cant quite tell from the angle of the picture.
He mentioned somewhere that I read: 28-foot Pearson Triton
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