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Captains Log - Four Men on the Broads by Roger  The Cabin Boy

Captains Log - Four Men on the Broads


Captains Log - Four Men on the Broads by Roger The Cabin Boy

The Captains Log is an account of the annual voyages of Four men on the Norfolk Broads. In the year 2000 two of the crew, the Captain and the Chef celebrated twenty five years of these voyages .They were joined in recent years by the Chief Engineer and the Cabin Boy for this annual week in May when they take in the splendour and wildlife of the Broads in a week of culture , convivialty and chaos.Over the years they have struck up freindships with other Broadsfarers who make up the small flottilla.

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Publication date

4th October 2007


Roger The Cabin Boy

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84 pages





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