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Hodder and Stoughton. 1947. From London to Madeira; across to Rio; east to Tristan and Capetown; Sydney, Auckland the South Sea, Callao, the Galapagos, Panama, Jamaica, New York, Halifax, Falmouth, and so back to the East India Dock - that was the voyage of the Cap Pillar, with three real seaman, a shifting crew of seventeen or so paying amateurs, the owner's wife and later on the owner's baby girl aboard. It was all done in a barquentine of no more than 259 tonnage. Illustrated with 12 half tone photographs and twelve maps and charts. Original dust jacket over cream cloth covered end boards. 320 pp. 178 mm x 110 mm