“Floating Low to Lofoten” is the story of a trip to the Norwegian Arctic aboard my 27ft yacht. It is available for all species of ‘e-reader’ below…
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2008 we crossed the North Sea from the Firth of Forth, then I cruised
northwards, above the Arctic Circle to north of the
decided to explore the west coast of
This is not, as I’m sure you can tell, a tale of conquering the savage seas against all odds. Neither does it claim to be a pilot book or sailing directions. It’s just the story of a holiday in a wee boat that went a bit further than most people manage in a summer cruise.
whole of the landscape of the Atlantic coast of
Many people have remarked that this account ought to be used for kindling. Taking their kind words to heart a version of the tale is now available on Amazon for the Kindle. Click on the cover image below to go to that bit of amazon.co.uk.
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cover picture was taken from Zoph’s cockpit at
anchor in the land of the midnight sun. Go to northern
If you are struggling with the grainy black and white photos on Kindle, all the images in ‘Floating Low to Lofoten’ are available on PDF here.
Or go to the UK Martin Edge Author Page at Amazon or http://www.amazon.com/author/edge
Zoominandoutable Map of Zophiel’s 2008
trip, Floating Low to Lofoten