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Quest for the Virgins: A True Caribbean Sailing Adventure (Quest and Crew) (Volume 3)

November 11, 2016 - Comment

Find our crew poised and ready to venture into the dreaded Mona Passage between Hispaniola and Puerto Rico. We’re on our way for a long, leisurely sail on the beautiful south coast of Puerto Rico. It is my pleasure to have you come along for the third book in the Quest series. Included in the

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Find our crew poised and ready to venture into the dreaded Mona Passage between Hispaniola and Puerto Rico. We’re on our way for a long, leisurely sail on the beautiful south coast of Puerto Rico. It is my pleasure to have you come along for the third book in the Quest series. Included in the itinerary is Vieques, St. Croix, St. John and a little Virgin Gorda. With a unique perspective for the almost unnoticed, ‘Quest for the Virgins’ will deliver a less common experience of a most popular place. Be whisked away to warm tropical destinations for a humorous glimpse into the life aboard a sailboat in the Caribbean.

Comments

Kathy F. says:

Four Stars Loved the book

Ron Peterson says:

As Good as it Gets ! Once again David Beaupre puts words to paper that bring the reader seemingly right on Quest and in each adventure with Wendy and whomever they meet. The recipes are a great touch and my wife and I are looking forward to trying to re-create them ! 

T.R. Williams says:

I really enjoyed Quest for the Virgins I really enjoyed Quest for the Virgins. The author tells an honest, well-written adventure filled with colorful characters, bizarre situations and vivid detail. I may never get a chance to visit the islands. I am glad I had the chance to read this humorous travelogue filled with David and Wendy’s experiences of exotic places. I’m also glad I came along for the ride. If you are looking for top shelf writing, humor and some quirky perspectives I highly recommend the book.

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