Ultimate Voyage by William Gilkerson

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     Five boyhood friends build their own boat and set off through uncharted seas on a magical journey of adventure and self-discovery.

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Published June 1, 1998 by Shambhala. 313 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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From the cameo appearance of the Ancient Mariner (yes, that Ancient Mariner), to the grass-skirted native girls perpetually eager to ""make boom-boom,"" the Alembic's voyage makes for a puerile misadventure of a book.

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“While their families spanned the scale of society, the training united them in an egalitarian form of apprenticeship that assured the port of an ongoing source of skilled people to build and man the ships of the next generation.” Within the training, officers sorted themselves ship handlers from...

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