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Myron Arms
Myron Arms

Photo © Kay Arms

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Myron Arms is a teacher, writer, and professional sailor who contributes regularly to Cruising World, Sail, and many other sailing and adventure magazines. Educated at both Yale and the Harvard Divinity School, he taught high school English for seven years before founding a sailing program for teenagers. As a U.S. Coast Guard-licensed ocean master since 1977, he has voyaged more than 100,000 sea miles and has led seven sail-training expeditions to northern Canada, Greenland, and the Arctic. He lives with his wife, Kay, on a farm overlooking the Sassafras River on Maryland's Eastern Shore.

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Cathedral of the World
Sailing Notes for a Blue Planet
Written by Myron Arms


Format: Trade Paperback, 176 pages
Publisher: Anchor
On Sale: April 18, 2000
Price: $15.00

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Riddle of the Ice
A Scientific Adventure into the Arctic
Written by Myron Arms


Format: Trade Paperback, 288 pages
Publisher: Anchor
On Sale: January 19, 1999
Price: $12.95

By any account, the impenetrable barrier of sea ice that blocked the Brendan's Isle halfway up the Labrador Coast should not have been there in late July, in what was one of the hottest summers in memory a few hundred miles to the south. Frustrated and mystified at having to turn... Read more >
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