TITLE

For the best view in the world, don't look down

AUTHOR(S)
Amy Watkins
PUB. DATE
May 2011
SOURCE
Mail on Sunday;5/ 8/2011, p55
SOURCE TYPE
Newspaper
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
'DON'T look down,' the strapping Swedish sailor advised me as he tightened the straps on my safety harness. 'And don't let go.' I had no intention of doing either as I swung out on to the side of the Star Flyer tall ship. I gripped the sides of the rigging and tried to find my footing on the wobbling rope. Soon I was squeezing through a gap in the wooden slats to heave myself on to a 20ft-high platform.
ACCESSION #
60445863

 

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