Tinkerbelle: The Story of the Smallest Boat Ever to Cross the Atlantic Nonstop
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On June 1, 1965 Robert Manry, a copy editor for the Plain Dealer and a Willowick, Ohio resident, left Falmouth, Massachusetts aboard his 13.5-foot sailboat, Tinkerbelle, to begin his voyage across the Atlantic Ocean. He arrived in Falmouth, England seventy-eight days later on August 17, 1965. At the time of the crossing Tinkerbelle was the smallest boat to have ever crossed the Atlantic.
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Single-handled sailing, Ocean travel, Atlantic Ocean, voyages, travels, adventures
Geography | Literature in English, North America
Manry, Robert, "Tinkerbelle: The Story of the Smallest Boat Ever to Cross the Atlantic Nonstop" (2012). Cleveland Memory. 9.