More Faster Backwards Gets a Blue Ribbon

Earlier this summer my book, More Faster Backwards: Rebuilding David B won 1st place in True Adventure from Chanticleer Book Reviews! We were in the middle of our cruising season (I had just dropped the anchor in Alert Bay, BC. when I got the news.) and so I couldn’t attend the awards ceremony.

Just recently I received a beautiful blue ribbon and a very nice review from Chanticleer.More Faster Backwards' Blue Ribbom

Read an excerpt of More Faster Backwards

Here’s a list of places you can buy More Faster Backwards:

Amazon…

CreateSpace…

Smashwords…

Great Boater Education Organizations

Center for Wooden Boats
Center for Wooden Boats

Since the release of More Faster Backwards, Jeffrey and I have been invited to give talks about how we restored the M/V David B. What has impressed me about the places that we talk, is how much enthusiasm surrounds these groups for educating boaters of all kinds. Some of the groups we’ve talked to empathize seamanship skills, while others are more focused on boat building. I recently wrote a post for Yachting Magazine about our experiences giving talks to United States Power Squadrons, the Center for Wooden Boats and Northwest Maritime Center.

 

http://www.yachtingmagazine.com/blog-post/how-to/seamanship/opportunities-for-boating-education