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Rupert Hart-Davis, London 1956. 1st Edition. Captain Ainslie was contracted to tow four mine-sweepers from Panama to Manila, 2,500 miles. The voyage went smoothly to the half way point, then the chaos took over. The tow lines parted, the Captain had his crushed thumb amputated by the engineer with a hacksaw, the crew nearly died from eating poison fish and the tug ran out of fuel, and for seventeen days the four mine sweepers were adrift - two sank. Intersting black and white photographs. A small amount of spotted foxing. The illustrated dust jacked is nicked and torn. Green cloth covered end boards. Foxed end papers. 251pp. 210 x 130 mm