Manuscript: Sailing in icy waters, by Chris Sale

Sale, Chris
Production date
02 May 1984
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Typed manuscript printed on cream paper titled; "Sailing in icy waters", author Chris Sale. First page is an illustrated by computer graphics depicting a yacht with sails with a large wave behind it, clouds and seabirds, a whale with a water spout above it.

Comprises seventeen pages of typescript printed by word processor on paper with perforation on margin and a photocopied duplicate on white paper.

Handwritten annotation on the front page in blue pen reads; " This has been accepted by Nautical news".

Chris Sale was a crew member on the TOTORORE expedition for nine and half months, 1984-1986.

Part of a large collection of written and audiovisual resources and equipment which belonged to Gerry Clark; most of which document his voyages in the Southern Ocean.
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Museum System ID
Collection type
Gerry Clark
Maker and role
Sale, Chris: Author
Paper: 0 - Whole
Measurement details
2D objects (HxW): H 280 W 215mm: 0 - Whole
2D objects (HxW): H 296 W 210mm
Production place and notes
Aotearoa New Zealand
On display?
Not on display


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