[[ Read ]] ➲ The Sindbad Voyage Author Tim Severin – Diclofenac16.us

The Sindbad Voyage Perhaps The Greatest Fictional Sailor Of Them All But Could His Amazing Voyages, Recounted In The The Book Of One Thousand And One Nights, Be Recreated In The Modern World Or Were They Just The Stuff Of Legend Tim Severin Was Determined To Find Out After Three Years Of Research, He Created A Precise Replica Of An Early Arab Trading Ship Not A Single Nail Was Used In Her Construction Her Planks Were Held Together With 400 Miles Of Coconut Cord With A Crew Of Twenty, Including Eight Omani Sailors, His Ship Sohar Named After The Town Said To Have Been Sindbad S Birthplace Completed A 6,000 Mile Journey By Way Of India, Sri Lanka, And Across The Indian Ocean To Sumatra And Singapore, And Finally Through The China Sea To A Tumultuous Welcome In Canton Along The Way, The Crew Had To Swim Among Sharks While Repairing The Rudder, Catch Rainwater To Drink While Becalmed In The Doldrums, And Endure The Battering Of Violent Seas Off The Coast Of Vietnam The Sindbad Voyage Is The Remarkable Story Of That Amazing Journey An Enthralling Saga Of The 7 Month Voyage, It Is One Of The Most Memorable Sailing Stories Of Modern Times.

[[ Read ]] ➲ The Sindbad Voyage  Author Tim Severin – Diclofenac16.us
  • Hardcover
  • 240 pages
  • The Sindbad Voyage
  • Tim Severin
  • English
  • 03 March 2018
  • 0091505607

    10 thoughts on “[[ Read ]] ➲ The Sindbad Voyage Author Tim Severin – Diclofenac16.us


  1. says:

    I was sad to finish this book I savoured every page from start to finish and have already started recommending it to friends who I think would like it I had only read two Tim Severin books up to this stage Robinson Crusoe and Marco Polo and although I had enjoyed them both, this surpasses them I have now started downloading other Tim Severin books to by Kindle and as I am going on holidays for a couple weeks will probably be in trouble for wanting to read, rather than shop or go to the beac I was sad to finish this book I savoured every page from start to finish and have already started recommending it to friends who I think would like it I had only read two Tim Severin books up to this stage Robinson Crusoe and Marco Polo and although I had enjoyed them both, this surpasses them I have now started downloading other Tim Severin books to by Kindle and as I am going ...


  2. says:

    Really great book that chronicles Tim Severin s retracing Sindbad voyage Found itinteresting to read about the actual problems encountered during the voyage Comparing the events in the arabian nights book to actual places wasintriguing...


  3. says:

    Recounting the tales of the legendary voyages of Sinbad from Arabian Nights 1001 nights , Author and sailor Tim Severin oversees the construction of an authentic Arabian ship from the period that s sewn together and sails the ship, retracing some of Sinbad s routes A consummate storyteller, Tim ...


  4. says:

    Ripping and evocative, I could almost feel the boat beneath my feet as I read.


  5. says:

    Um die Erz hlungen ber Sindbad den Seefahrer nachzuerleben, plante Tim Severin den Nachbau einer arabischen Dhau aus jener Zeit f r eine Reise von Oman nach China Die fr heste Erw hnung dieses Schiffstyps auf Chinareise findet sich bereits in chinesischen Urkunden des 8 Jahrhunderts Die China Route wurde von arabischen Kapit nen gef rchtet und Severins Mannschaft wird am eigenen Leib die Gr nde daf r erfahren Wie in den Zeiten von Sindbads Seemansgarn soll das Boot ohne einen einzigen Nag Um die Erz hlungen ber Sindbad den Seefahrer nachzuerleben, plante Tim Severin den Nachbau einer arabischen Dhau aus jener Zeit f r eine Reise von Oman nach China Die fr heste Erw hnung dieses Schiffstyps auf Chinareise findet sich bereits in chinesischen Urkunden des 8 Jahrhunderts Die China Route wurde von arabischen Kapit nen gef rchtet und Severins Mannschaft wird am eigenen Leib die Gr nde daf r erfahren Wie in den Zeiten von Sindbads Seemansgarn soll...


  6. says:

    Review The Sinbad Voyage __ Tim Severin0 399 12757 7Started 9 27 13 Fin 9 30 134 star personal preferenceThis book is an account of a historical ship building and expedition to sail it from Oman in the Arabian Gulf to Canton, China in 1980.I think that the book is significant for at least 2 reasons 1 It attempts to recreate the shipbuilding pr...


  7. says:

    aangenaam en boeiend verslag, met weliswaar iets te weinig aandacht voor de literaire kant van de tocht.


  8. says:

    Do I read travel books No Am I very interested in sailing and boats No The, which did I read this book and give it four stars A friend introduced us to Tim Severin s accounts of his reconstructions of historic and mythical voyages I read The Jason Voyage and The Brendan Voyage and became a fan.This book tells of Tim Severin s voyage from Oman to China in the footsteps of Sinbad The boat is constructed using traditional methods, in original materials sourced from traditional sources Fasc Do I read travel books No Am I very interested in sailing and boats No The, which did I read this book and give it four stars A friend introduced us to Tim Severin s accounts of his reconstructions of historic and mythical voyages I read The Jason Voyage and The Brendan Voyage and became a fan.This book tells of ...


  9. says:

    Tim Severin has a formula for these books of his, and it is pretty successful Start the first chapter mid voyage, with some exciting event, then go back to the start with the why and then the how Buil...


  10. says:

    Having read and enjoyed Tim Severin s The Jason Voyage I was excited to find this one It didn t disappoint It was fascinating to live vicariously through these adventurous and extremely hard working voyagers as they first build an ancient style ship and then sail it from Oman to China.

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