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Published by Rigby Limited Adelaide. First Edition 1962. This is the story of J. M. Lindsay's first voyage, when he was a brass-bound apprentice of fifteen in the square-rigged 'Bengarin'. A storm in the Roaring Forties; a race with a steamer; becalmed in the Auckland Islands; yarns in the forecastle; the Shanghai-ing of sailors; a raid on a hen coop and one on the galley; a lesson in steering; insubordination over shadow soup; a strange meeting at sea; and an encounter with a U-boat - these and many other yarns make for good reading. Illustrated dust jacket over blue cloth covered end boards. 238pp. 220 x 135 mm.