A riveting collection of stories of ships, sailors, adventures on the high seas and maritime mysteries.
- "The Tale" by Joseph Conrad
- "The Saloon Passenger" by E. W. Hornung
- "The Terrible Story of the 'Mary Russell'" by J. G. Lockhart
- "Marooned" by J. G. Lockhart
- "A Rash Experiment "by W. W. Jacobs
- "The Mystery of the Mary Celeste" by J. G. Lockhart
- "Smoked Skipper" by W. W. Jacobs
- "The Flying Dutchman" by J. G. Lockhart
- "The Cabin Passenger" by W. W. Jacobs
- "The Ship that saw a Ghost" by Frank Norris
- "The Murderer" by Perceval Gibbon
- "The First Shot" by J. J. Bell
- "The Secret Sharer" by Joseph Conrad
- "Jenny" by Victor Hugo
- "My Uncle Jules" by Guy de Maupassant
- "The Shadow of the Shark" by G. K. Chesterton
- "Typhoon" off the Coast of Japan by Jack London
- "Submarine" by Stella Benson
- "The Lost Ship" by W. W. Jacobs
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This person reading the stories needs to familiarize herself with the proper pronunciation of nautical terminology! Her strong accent does little to enhance the story. She also reads with a somewhat hesitant metered rhythm as she chops sentences into small sound bites. These characteristics greatly detract from one's enjoyment of the books being read.
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If one is going to narrate a book or produce a narration, one aught to set foot on at least one vessel
Cringe worthy mispronounced words. At least check a dictionary if it is a word that is new to you because you’ve never been aboard any vessel.
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