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V knjigi Mayday je predstavljen izbor najbolj zanimivih in obenem tragičnih pomorskih nesreč, ki segajo od 2. svetovne vojne pa vse do sedanjosti. Vsem zgodbam v knjigi, ki opisujejo nenavadne pomorske avanture: žalostne, drzne, tragične, smešne ali komaj verjetne, je klic na pomoč - MAYDAY skupni imenovalec.

Iz vsebine:

  • Namesto uvoda
  • 117 dni na pragu smrti
  • Anatomija nekega brodoloma
  • Knjiga, ki ne bo napisana
  • Cena slave
  • Poročilo gospoda Roba Widdringtona, prvega častnika ameriške raziskovalne ladje Roger Rewelle
  • Ledena krsta
  • Panika v Sredozemlju
  • Dvakrat okoli Rta Horn
  • Torpedo - made in Germany
  • Morje z napako
  • Havenly tweens
  • Vihar viharjev - po dogodku posnet tudi film The perfect storm
  • Nori Viking na Antarktiki

Avtor Jože Mušič, mojster fotografije in filmar, jadralec, popotnik, vsestranski športnik in prvi Slovenec, ki je objadral svet. Je avtor in prevajalec številnih fotomonografij in potopisov: Melodije vetra, Zlati valovi, Dolga pot čez oceane ... 

Odlomek (117 dni na pragu smrti):

Dnevi so prešli v tedne, tedni v mesece, borba za preživetje je zahtevala vedno več napora. Napihljivi splav, ki jima je nudil edino zaščito, je razpadal, neprestano je bilo treba izmetavati vodo in črpati zrak. V dveh hudih viharjih sta izgubila streho nad splavom, kompas in nekaj plastenk z vodo; zbolela sta, dobila hude sončne opekline po telesu, zaradi slane vode pa boleče izpuščaje po koži. Podhranjena in dehidrirana sta se komaj še premikala. V štirih mesecih je plulo mimo sedem ladij, ne da bi ju kdo opazil. Bil je 117 dan.

Cena v prednaročilu: 19,99 EUR (do 1.4.2020)

Cena po izidu: 24,99 EUR

Darilo ob naročilu za prvih 30 kupcev – MOLITEV PRED PLOVBO (Joža Horvat).

Jože Mušič: MAYDAY

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Clipper 2019-20 Race Postponed

With the ongoing global outbreak of Covid-19 and the enormous impact it has created on world travel, the Clipper 2019-20 Race has been postponed with immediate effect.

This decision has been in no way taken lightly. Our crew are currently under quarantine in Subic Bay, Philippines, where the Clipper Race fleet has been berthed since Sunday 15 March. The island of Luzon (where Subic Bay is located) is currently under "enhanced community quarantine".

In addition, the fleet was due to race across the North Pacific Ocean from 21 March towards Seattle. However, with the city currently in a state of emergency and travel and medical insurance restrictions in the United States, we could not allow our teams to depart without a viable destination. This, along with the growing global uncertainty on how the situation could develop in the coming months, meant postponing the race was the safest option for all involved.

Our first priority, as soon as the local quarantine has been lifted, will be to assist our crew in Subic Bay in travelling home from the Philippines as swiftly as possible.

The Clipper 2019-20 Race has three legs remaining. These race stages will now be postponed for approximately ten months, when the remaining circumnavigation will be completed. This length of postponement allows for us to avoid adverse weather patterns on the remainder of our global route.

All Leg 6, 7 and 8 crew, along with our circumnavigators, will be able to rejoin the race when it resumes next year.

This postponement will have an impact on the timing of future races. The next full edition of the Clipper Race will start in the summer of 2022. More details on this will be confirmed at a later date.

We are extremely disappointed to postpone the remainder of the Clipper 2019-20 Race. We are proud of all of our intrepid crew for having competed in this race edition since it departed London and look forward to welcoming all of our upcoming crew next year when the race continues. We are also grateful to all of our crew, supporters and Race Partners for their continued support.

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