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Random House, Inc.
Having survived Borneo, Amazonia, and the Congo, the indefatigable Redmond O’Hanlon sets off on his next adventure: his own perfect storm, in the wild waters off the northern tip of Scotland. Equipped with a fancy Nikon, an excessive supply of socks, and no seamanship whatsoever, O’Hanlon joins the commercial fishing crew of the Norlantean, a deep-sea trawler, to stock a bottomless hull with their catch, even as a hurricane roars around them. Rich in oceanography, marine biology, and uproarious humor, Trawler is Redmond O’Hanlon at his finest.

Baker & Taylor
The author of Into the Heart of Borneo describes his ocean-bound odyssey aboard a deep-sea fishing trawler from the northern coast of Scotland and his adventures with the ship's captain and five-man crew through the North Atlantic at the height of a terrifying storm. Reprint. 30,000 first printing.

Publisher: New York : Vintage Books, 2006.
Edition: 1st Vintage Departures ed
ISBN: 9781400078103
Characteristics: 339 p., [8] p. of plates : ill., map ; 21 cm


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