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“Nem pense em comprar um barco até ter lido este livro”. -- Tom Cunliffe (lendário navegante e autor do livro The Complete Yachtmaster).
A ideia de que você precisa ser rico para viajar o mundo em seu próprio iate é tão universal, que muitas vezes não é questionada. Este livro espera mudar tudo isso. Se você não é rico, mas sonha em ver nosso belo mundo a bordo de seu próprio iate, este livro foi preparado com conselhos práticos e espirituais para ajudar você a atravessar o marketing infinito e identificar o que você realmente precisa para se tornar um cigano do mar e velejar para sempre...
The idea that you have to be rich to travel the world on your own yacht is so universal, it goes largely unquestionedThis book hopes to change all that.If you are not rich, but dream of seeing our beautiful world from the deck of your own yacht, this book is packed with practical and spiritual advice to help you cut through the endless marketing and identify what it is you truly need to become a modern sea gypsy and sail away forever...
Tales of great heroism and daring at sea are all well and good. But this isn’t one of them. Totally free of hyperbole and exaggeration, A Drop in the Ocean is an honest and genuine account of what it is really like to cross a very big ocean, on a very small sailboat, for the very first time...When you raise the sails and head into the unknown, you take on the most fascinating challenge of your life. But you also embark upon a voyage of an entirely different nature. As the initial fear of the unknown slowly gives way to the daily rhythm of life at sea, something entirely unexpected happens. This book is one woman’s attempt to describe the nature and effect of this subtle transformation.
Praise for A Drop in The Ocean
A Drop in the Ocean is a book for anyone curious to read an honest account of how challenging, inspiring, and ultimately rewarding it can be to venture across the open water with only your vessel, experience, and wits to guide you. Along with describing the realities of exhaustion, seasickness, and bruises, Jasna also interweaves moments of magic and this why her book is so important. A Drop in the Ocean doesn’t romanticize an ocean crossing but shows both its difficulty and also its enchantment. These are the pleasures of ocean sailing that can only be experienced firsthand or read about in books like Jasna’s. The beauty of the ocean is not just found when the wind and waves are perfect and in the right direction, but in what the sea forces you to do when they are not. Jasna’s personal realizations and her final sense of achievement are a straightforward, honest, and accurate portrayal of a first time ocean voyage.
There are still places in the world that many people will never visit, like the famed islands of the South Pacific and luckily there are also still people in the world adventurous enough to travel across an ocean by sailboat to experience them firsthand and share those stories with us..
Charlotte Kaufman, Author, sailor and founder of Women Who Sail.