Hurricane

Author: Cherry Adair
Publisher: St. Martin's Paperbacks
ISBN: 1466806559
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But could it be that, amid troubled waters, Addy and Ry can salvage what they once had and have a second chance at love. . .or does fate have something else in store? Hurricane by Cherry Adair is part of her Cutter Cay series.

The Great Bahamian Hurricanes Of 1926

Author: Wayne Neely
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 9781440151767
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During the night the wind had shifted counter-clockwise from the northeast and
was now blowing from the south and southeast. We were forced to remain in our
sheltered position for three days, when the storm had abated sufficiently to permit
us to make our way out to the bight entrance, near Gibson Cay. That morning an
American Coast Guard Cutter came down the Tongue of the Ocean looking for us
. She had been sent from Miami at the request ofMr. John S. Phipps, who had
been ...

Undertow

Author: Cherry Adair
Publisher: St. Martin's Paperbacks
ISBN: 9781429928717
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Cherry Adair sets a dangerous course into uncharted waters, where the hottest treasures—and steamiest pleasures—lie waiting for any man or woman bold and brave enough to claim them... SHE TAKES THE PLUNGE.

Cruising World

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'\..-.5 ONNE VAN DER WAL ('l.'OP),PANDORA, MAP BY DAVID NORTON 0 Great
Guana Cay 77' W Fisher's Bay \ '/. '____,- so w two double “bedrooms.” Only in
the bathroom did authenticity creep in with the ... A cold front was coming in three
days, which Bob described in frightening terms: “It's going to be bad out there,
people.” Fortunately, we were in the Bahamas, where good hurricane holes are a
dime a dozen. In 1979, I rode out Hurricane David aboard my old engineless
cutter ...

Motorboating

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TO READ AGAIN AND AGAIN. , ' FOLLOWING ARE EXCERPI'SEROIVI ()U R
FAVORITE FEATURES A PUBLISHED “ IN Mo'roRBrm'nNo #1 MAY 1992
MAYDAY MAYDAY MAYDAY MAY 1988 NORMAN'S CAY USED TO BE A
CRUISING PARADISE. So sudden was its onset, so violent its fury, they called it “
The No-Name Hurricane. ... The 205-foot Coast Guard cutter Tnmamu- headed
out from her base in New Castle, N.H., to resume patrolling the busy northeast
fishing grounds.

Yachting

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It is one of the axioms of seamanship that it is not the expected that gets you in
trouble; it is the unexpected. Plan for all contingencies and think you are covered,
but the lethal blow will probably come from another quarter. Never has this axiom
been more strongly proved than by Hurricane Klaus, a storm that as has been
previously reported broke all the rules as it swept out of the northeast Caribbean
last November. As we retumed to the area to commission Brunelle, our CSY 37
cutter, ...

Encyclopedia Of Western Atlantic Shipwrecks And Sunken Treasure

Author: Victoria Sandz
Publisher: McFarland
ISBN: 0786450746
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... Captain Lacey Location: Barebush Cay History: The ship wrecked on
Barebush Cay in Old Harbour on April ¡4, ¡804, as it was arriving from London.
Hercules, ship of unknown registry, Captain Cushing Location: Pedro Point
History: The ship wrecked at Pedro Point on March 3, ¡806, while arriving from
Boston and sailing to the Spanish Main. Hero, ship, Captain Logget Location:
Montego Bay History: Seven large ships sank at Montego Bay during a hurricane
on February 23, ¡780: ...

The Nautical Magazine

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gradually to shift round towards the west by the south, increasing in violence as it
veered ; the clouds were almost of a black colour, and completely enveloped the
heavens, so that no part of the blue sky could be seen ; the starboard-quarter
boat and the jolly boat astern, were washed away by a lofty wave, and to save the
mizen-mast, the other cutter was cut away, having been blown up the rigging. As
the evening approached, the hurricane still continued to rage, and it was found
that ...