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- Language: English
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- Average Customer Review: 56 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #85,363 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Top Customer Reviews
I would love him to write a further book - perhaps as his time as Master. I did think that the author had written more books, but on further inspection they were written by a chap with a very similar name. Go on Bob - write another.
A sequel relating Bob Jackson's experiences as a master would be very welcome indeed and I would certainly put in an advance order.
unlike today, the ship may be flying the Red Duster but not with British crew onboard. We saw the best times at sea when we had weeks in port
in all corners of the world, unlike today when you may have a 48 hour stay miles from any town.
I enjoyed this book - I recognised a lot of the characters and the situations. I recommend it to anybody who has been to sea, as I am sure it will generate a few chuckles. The writing style is light, and possibly a bit repetitive - but I guess much less repetitive than sitting at anchor watch off Lagos or Dubai! I notice that Bob has written another book (presumably on a similar theme) - I think I will get a copy of that as well.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
And we had some crazy offers a real nutters to work with. Another group would disappear as soon as the ship docked and came back under police escortPublished 2 months ago by I think I will go to sea
As a merchant seaman myself I found it an excellent read and about to start the second book by BobPublished 2 months ago by d young
I served my Time in the Merchant Navy on Cargo/Tramp ships - this book bring back many memories, well written, full of laughs.Published 3 months ago by Dave
Reads a bit like the entries from his Seamans Discharge book. having been in Port Line in the mid 1960's the first few pages were interesting but thereafter it was not very... Read morePublished 8 months ago by PHD C.