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. Original publication date 1966.
MSL Academic Endeavors
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.
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