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Angus and Robertson, 1977. This is the story of a remarkable sailor Lieut William Bligh RN who was caste adrift in the 'Bounty' longboat. He was not alone but was joined by loyal fellow officers and crew. It is the story of an epic voyage of 3,000 miles with minimal supplies, across inhospitable seas to the safety of a friendly port. It proved to be, one of the great feats of 18th century navigation. Ex library stamps on some pages otherwise in good clean condition. Original (puckered) dust jacket in mylar covers over purple cloth covered end boards. 130pp 223 x 130 mm