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YANKEE: 1897 -"Sailing to See: Picture Cruise in the Schooner YANKEE”

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Ship History:  “Sailing to See: Picture Cruise in the Schooner YANKEE” by Captain and Mrs. Irving Johnson, printed 1939, hardbound with dust jacket, 222 pages. 

Irv and Exy Johnson bought an old Danish pilot boat in 1933 and rebuilt her into the schooner YANKEE.  The crewed her with eighteen affable young men and women looking for adventure.  This the story of their second around-the-world voyage which they photographed extensively.  Out of 4,000 images, they chose 300 for the book.  Follow along as the YANKEE sails to the Galapagos, Pitcairn Island, the South Seas, the East Indies, Cape Horn, and back across the Atlantic to Gloucester.  Mascot for the cruise was the Johnson’s two-year-old son. 

What of the YANKEE?  The Johnson sailed again around-the-world in 1939 and then sold the schooner to a maritime academy.  In 1948 she was bought for charter duty and sank at the dock in 1955.  And there her remains lay to this day, resting on the bottom in just six feet of water in Bras d’Or Lakes, Nova Scotia. 

Excellent condition with wear to the dust jacket.

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