The Bounty Mutiny
Captain William Bligh's Firsthand Account of the Last Voyage of HMS Bounty
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|Format: ||Paperback, 258 pages|
|Published In: ||United States, 01 February 2008|
On April 28, 1789. the crew of the HMS Bounty, returning from Tahiti with a cargo of breadfruit plants, mutinied and set their captain and 17 crew members adrift in a small boat. In a remarkable feat of seamanship, Bligh took the 23-foot boat over 3600 miles, in 41 days, to safety in Indonesia. This is Bligh;s own account of the mutiny and his incredible voyage to safety.
"Highly recommended . . . Anyone interested in the Bounty mutiny should own this book."
Red and Black Publishers|
15.19 x 22.89 x 1.37 centimeters (0.29 kg)|
15+ years |