Popular Sailing Memoir Comes to Audio
Jackie Parry's OF FOREIGN BUILD - a passionate ode to the sea, love, and life.
After suffering an emotionally-
Her world would never be the same again. A floating home with no fridge or hot water, and a dinghy instead of a car.
The first off-shore voyage took Jackie into a ferocious storm, which battered her physically and mentally. But amid those raging seas, Jackie shed the fear she'd been harbouring. Soon she was blissfully voyaging around the world, but she still carried the mixed emotions of losing one man while falling head over heels in love with another.
Not only did Jackie deal successfully with the challenges of her new existence, she also battled with the testosterone fuelled nautical world to become both a professional captain and a qualified maritime teacher.
Most importantly, Jackie found herself.
Narrated by Britain's Michelle Michaels, the New Street Nautical Audio edition for Of Foreign Build runs 14 hours, 43 minutes, and is available from Audible, iTunes, and Amazon.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Originally from the UK, Jackie Parry is now an adopted Australian. But it's hard to pin Jackie's location down at any given time. She's currently exploring French canals on a Dutch barge with her Australian husband.
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