4 edition of The saga of Cimba found in the catalog.
Originally published: New York : Harcourt, Brace, and Co., c1939.
|Statement||Richard Maury, with drawings by the author ; introduction by Jonathan Raban.|
|LC Classifications||G530 .M45 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiv, 230 p. :|
|Number of Pages||230|
|LC Control Number||00046188|
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Not an instructor, Maury spends his tale with the spareness of bare poles. Seamen will love the action - and the calms, mostly for the lovely lyric › Books › Sports & Outdoors › Water Sports.
Finely wrought, with elegant clarity, The Saga of Cimba is a magical book. In Jonathan Raban's words, "It is precisely because the voyage was so fraught with difficulty and tragedy, and Maury had to work so hard to reconcile the disasters that befell him with his steadfast love of the sea, that the book › Books › Sports & Outdoors › Water Sports.
The Saga of Cimba is an enchanting tale of adventure on the sea. Told in hauntingly beautiful prose, it recounts the journey of two young men in a foot schooner sailing from Nova Scotia to New York to the Caribbean and through the Panama Canal to the islands of the South › Books › Reference › Writing, Research & Publishing Guides.
Inyear-old Richard Maury set sail from New York Harbor in "Cimba", a foot Nova Scotia schooner, bound for Fiji. "The Saga of Cimba", out of print for nearly three decades, tells the unforgettable story of that historic voyage. 20 › Books › Sports & Recreation › Sailing › Narratives.
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Richard Maury. 1st Edition. to the back of the jacket with a small adhesive strip. Condition: A Good Hardcover in a Fair Dust Jacket. Dust jacket has edgewear, front flap is detached and front flap is :// I too read the book, and have also been researching CIMBA in great detail.
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After "Saga of Cimba" he never wrote another book. As a means of financing his voyage, Richard Maury wrote and submitted monthly articles to The Rudder magazine.
These images are only a few of the issues in which his articles appeared. There were over twenty articles. All would eventually be brought together and published in his book, The Saga The Saga of “Cimba” Margret Wittmer wrote that Heinz Wittmer was re-reading the book—which would have been impossible if they had given it away.
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