What's it like to cruise around the world? A video interview with Lin and Larry Pardey
By: Peninsula Daily News staff
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They're now aboard a camper, exploring the U.S. by road and promoting Lin's new book, "Bull Canyon."
Lin and Larry have voyaged more than 200,000 miles together on self-built, engine-free wooden boats.
Their voyages have taken them around the world, including counter-to-the-prevailing-wind passages south of the great southern capes.
Books and DVD programs created by Lin and Larry have been credited with launching thousands of dreams by inspiring and empowering three generations of sailors.
In 2010 the Pardeys were awarded The Cruising Club of America's prestigious Far Horizons Award.
For more information:
Lin and Larry Pardey: http://www.landlpardey.com
"Bull Canyon" (Lin's new book): http://www.linpardey.com
John Guzzwell - Trekka Around The World: http://www.johnguzzwell.com/Home.html
Last modified: September 12. 2011 9:35PM