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The Captain's Log

The Captain's Log     

by Hans Mateboer
Price: $14.95

Book Website:  http://www.captainspublishing.com

0 Pages, Paperback, 5.5 x 8.5

ISBN-10: 0-9759487-0-9
ISBN-13: 978-0-9759487-0-5

The book contains short stories about the life on board a cruise ship. It is written by a captain and everything in the book really happened. Most of the stories are humorous and some serious. They evolve around crew and passengers alike and do give an insight into the daily life on board a ship. Some of these stories have been and still are published in magazines and highly successful.


About The Author

The author, Hans Mateboer, worked on cruise ships in various ranks since 1980 and has been a Captain since 1993. The small daily happenings on board, which often are hilareous, inspired him to write a series of short stories about this subject. Hans and his wife Lisa, live in North carolina


Reviews

Oivind Mathisen Publisher of 'Cruise Industry News' "My magazine is read back first, as these stories always take up the last pages."



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