Reprint. Originally published: New York, N.Y. : Congdon & Weed, 1982.
|LC Classifications||G540 .B79 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 222 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||222|
|LC Control Number||86020539|
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Best book I read in December was Max Hardberger's book, Freighter Captain. Chris Buckleys, Steaming to Bamboola. "In Peril: A Daring Decision, a Captain's Resolve, and the Salvage that Made History" By Skip Strong, Twain BradenFile Size: 27KB. WorldCat has ISBN for both Steaming to Bamboola AND Pacific Beat by T. Jefferson Parker. The cover for both books is the cover for Parker's book/5(1). A lot of Steaming to Bamboola describes a world now long gone, of tramp steamers and strong maritime unions and ships that could load and unload their own cargoes. Some things never change, though, whether on clipper ships or container vessels: time is money, Author: Rob Earle. Steaming to Bamboola. This was the title of a book by Christopher Buckley published in It describes a voyage on a US freighter. Buckley describes her as being the Columbianna and mentions that she was formerly the Marine Bobcat. Both these names were used to avoid naming the ship properly. Steaming Time: Binnacle: The Bridge: 5.
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