Fiction: A boater gets caught up in a daring around-the-world sailboat race ---and finds murder! "Full of remarkable characters and daring feats."--Cruising World.
A new and updated version of the Boat Log & Record is now available for amateur boaters to keep track of voyages and to maintain a permanent record of their vessel. It's the largest and most complete boat log and record for amateur boaters ever published. Includes special Emergency section dealing with transmittng a Mayday Message and how to deal with Man overboard.
Here are masterful tales of seafaring on the world's largest freshwater lake, including the last hours of the Edmund Fitzgerald. Join Marlin Bree in his solo voyages -- including a storm that gives Superior the reputation as being one of the world's most dangerous bodies of water.
A catamaran sails at midnight and is hit by a surprise storm along the Shipwreck coast. At the helm, the author fights for control and he and the crew search for the entryway off the lake. Exciting adventure. In a special chapter, as he sails near the sunken vessel, he takes a new look at the last hours of the Edmund Fitzgerald. If you like rugged adventures and are intrigued by Lake Superior's legends, history and folklore, here's a special book that will fascinate and sometimes surprise you.
Nonfiction to stir the blood and fire the imagination: Excerpts here!
True tales of adventure and survival, all told with a mariner's insight! Go into murky waters with divers to discover a mysterious old schooner; come aboard the cockpit of a 10-foot home-built plywood sailboat setting sail across the stormy South Pacific; investigate a noted singlehander's tragedy aboard his racing boat; and find out why the Edmund Fitzgerald really sank. Now the winner of seven writing awards.!
Nonfiction: Excerpts & pix!
Roaring out of nowhere, a huge storm tore onto Lake Superior and catches a lone sailor and his small wooden boat in a wall of wind. Join Marlin Bree in the cockpit of his small sailboat as he fights to save his boat. The author goes on to complete a special voyage along the picturesque north shore of Lake Superior. A classic boating tale. "Equals any oceanic adventure." -- San Diego Log
Nonfiction
Fiction: Lots of cartoons & laughs!
Okay, gang: let's face it: our boating world is funny sometimes. It's filled with good hearted people and a lot of other folks ranging from full-of-it skippers and too-party-hardy crew members. Here's a handy book you can keep on the old chart table to let you have a laugh at everything from the marine head to nautical terminology. Not for everyone, but you know who you are. Ho. Ho.
adventure
On June 1, 1979, Gerry pointed the bow of his tiny boat east and set sail out of Chesapeake Bay to cross the treacherous North Atlantic. He had hoped he had designed and built the smallest practical-sized sailboat capable of surviving on the open seas -- 10 feet long. Fifty four days later, after battling raging storms, physical pain, loneliness and islolation, sleeplessness and the never-ending racking of the ocean, Gerry pulled into the English port of Falmouth--the smallest craft to make that astonishing ocean crossing.

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Marlin Bree can be reached at


marlin.marlor@​minn.net.


The author usually checks his e-mail several times a day and generally will answer comments or questions on his books.

The author's bio and books are at his Author's Guild website:

www.marlinbree.com




Marlin Bree's books are published by Marlor Press in St. Paul, Minnesota. Address your inquiries to:

Marlor Press
4304 Brigadoon Drive
Saint Paul, MN 55126


Marlin Bree's books are distributed to the Book Trade by Independent Publishers Group, Chicago. (IPG)

Mailing address:

Independent Publishers Group
Order Department
814 North Franklin Street
Chicago, IL 60610

IPG's website is: www.ipgbook.com.


IPGs E-mail: orders@​ipgbook.com

Marlin Bree's books can be obtained through IPG's distribution worldwide and are widely available in bookstores, shops and on the Internet. These are available in e-book, pdf's, and physical print.

E-books are available widely through Internet booksellers including Amazon.com and Barnes and Noble. Com as well as other organizations that market e-books.




Internationally, Marlin Bree's books are available through IPG distribution to the trade by the following:


United Kingdom & Europe: Gazelle Book Services, England

Canada: Canadian Manda Group, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Overseas (general) Baker & Taylor International

Australia: John Reed Book Distribution, Tea Gardens, NSW, Australia

New Zealand: Nationwide Book Distributors, Ltd., Oxford, New Zealand

Southern Africa: Blue Weaver Distribution, DF Capt Town, South Africa

Bermuda, Caribbean Islands, Central and South America, Mexico and U.S. Military bases: J.c. Carillo, Inc., Sante Fe, NM

China: China Publishers Marketing, Shanghai, China

Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Brunei, Thailand & Hong Kong: Shaik Mohammed Ariff, Fathima News Enterprise, Singapore

Singapore & Malaysia, Publishers Marketing Services Pte td., Singapore

India: Shroff Publishers & distributors Pvt. Ltd., Nai Mumbai, India

Philippines, Micronesia and Korea: Mind Mover Publishing House, Quezon City, Philippines

Japan: DIP, inc., Tokyo, Japan