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A Wilderness Pilgrimage at Sea
  • Author
    • Peter Reason
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This is the story of a sailing odyssey, but also of an inward journey into deep truths about who we are and how we belong in the universal scheme. A meditation on sailing and life, it is a hugely enjoyable and thought-provoking book for landlubbers, sailors, philosophers and naturalists alike.

Mostly sailing alone, Peter Reason invites us to share in the minute-by-minute challenges of seamanship and navigation, on his journey in his yacht Coral from Plymouth across the Celtic Sea and back again.

Exploring far more than the seaways, the author successfully manages to tell the story of a journey with another dimension - that of investigating and reflecting on our human place in the ecology of the planet. Above all, this book shows us that Nature is not just a place to visit, but our home.
  • Published: Apr 24 2014
  • Pages: 192
  • 241 x 161mm
  • ISBN: 9781908363107
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Press Reviews

  • Sharon Blackie, Editor, EarthLines Magazine

    A wonderfully salty, sea-soaked voyage of discovery. Peter Reason shows us what it is to fall in love with the Earth all over again.
  • Stephan Harding, resident ecologist, Schumacher College

    A truly great reading experience that drew me out of myself into the turning world of the oceans and into the depths of ecological awareness.
  • Miriam Darlington, author of Otter Country, published by Granta

    An enthralling sea journey which is thoughtful, courageous and unforgettably human. I was absorbed from the very first page.