Flying Dutchman: Hollander Mark Lee Van Boening

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Published: March 31st 2014

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259 pages


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Flying Dutchman: Hollander  by  Mark Lee Van Boening

Flying Dutchman: Hollander by Mark Lee Van Boening
March 31st 2014 | Kindle Edition | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, RTF | 259 pages | ISBN: | 4.32 Mb

SINCE MEN first set out to cross the seven seas, innumerable ships and crews have never returned. The fates of most will forever remain unknown. And the fate of one should be spoken of only in whispers. To have seen the world and its native peoplesMoreSINCE MEN first set out to cross the seven seas, innumerable ships and crews have never returned. The fates of most will forever remain unknown. And the fate of one should be spoken of only in whispers. To have seen the world and its native peoples through the eyes of the first Western navigators must have been beyond description.

Perhaps, this is why so many contemporary accounts consist of so few words. Set in one of the most dynamic periods in history, Hollander is inspired, in part, by voyages of Diaz, Da Gama, Columbus, Magellan, Drake, and Cooke. Over the years, the author has been blessed to sail a number of seas. Marveling at wonders both serene and spectral, he has savored the fellowship of good yachtsmen and yachtswomen, and by Gods grace, survived the waters furious wrath. Such experiences are drawn upon, as well. Hollander delivers the most enduring legend of the sea, to printed page.

Immersed in all senses, this is a classic tale of adventure and intrigue, of breathtaking beauty and unbearable hardship, of tragic romance, and hope for salvation. Set around the world with characters of extreme diversity, this is a story of devotion, conquest, and disaster.

This is the account of the most doomed voyager of all time.PLEASE VISIT: Hollanderbymarklee.com



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