Manry at Sea Trailer


It was summer, 1965, twilight of the analog age – color TV had just arrived, slide rules still ruled mathematics, copper-bound telephones had dials, and sailors still found their way by compass, sun and stars. Manry was a happy, middle-aged suburban family man who worked at the Cleveland Plain Dealer. His newspaper colleagues were shocked to learn that he had secretly set sail from Cape Cod, heading across 3,200 miles of open ocean to England – in his 13½-foot sloop, Tinkerbelle.

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