In Darwin's Wake by John Campbell
Revisiting Beagle's South American Anchorages

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While planning a cruise on Thalassi, an 83-foot ketch, along the South American coast and around Cape Horn, skipper John Campbell realized that his route would closely follow that taken by Charles Darwin onhis historic journey aboard the Beagle. Thus was born a plan to compare the reality of those same places today with the descriptions and observations made by Darwin over 150 years earlier.
 

About John Campbell

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Campbell retired from a career in military electronics.
 
Published January 1, 1997 by Waterline Books, UK. 271 pages
Genres: Sports & Outdoors, Travel, Action & Adventure, Education & Reference. Non-fiction

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Campbell and his wife, Lana, signed on as skipper and cook for a circumnavigation of South America on Thalassi, an 83-foot luxury ketch. The owner (Boss) joined the yacht at specified times; other

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Campbell and his wife, Lana, signed on as skipper and cook for a circumnavigation of South America on Thalassi, an 83-foot luxury ketch.

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