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Seaworthy a swordboat captain returns to the sea by Greenlaw LindaLove hearing escapades of the captain no matter what type of fish she is going forInteresting to hear about how she was Caught In The Canadian in the Canadian by accident Love how she accumulated the crew Sounds so terrifying and the loss of all the line arghLove action on the sea and the outcome of it all Hope to read from this author as I feel I am there fishing with them What a CREWI received this book from National Library Service for my BARD Braille Audio Reading Device Linda Greenlaw who was captaining a Grand Banks swordfishing vessel during 1991 s Perfect Storm that saw the loss at sea of the Andrea Gale tells the story of her return to swordfishing after 10 years of lobstering and island life in MaineGreenlaw writes an introspective and personal account of overcoming adversity leadership in a field where she is one of very few women captains and of her thoughts on aging in a line of work that is intensely physically demandingAlong with the insights into her own thinking she does a tremendous ob of recounting the cast of characters she has hired for her crew and their own ups and downs through a voyage plagued by failing euipment capricious luck of the catch and a run in with Canadian law enforcementThe writing makes you feel like you re on the boat with the crew sharing in their moments of triumph and misfortune and it s a fascinating look at a way of life that few experience Linda Greenlaw has triumph and misfortune and it s a fascinating look at a way of life that few experience Linda Greenlaw has on my reading list for uite some time now I had wanted to read Lobster Chronicles but I found Seaworthy when I was browsing in a bookstore Her writing is so matter of fact which makes the reading easy and engaging you follow as if she were recounting the story at your dining room tableI also really enjoyed that although this is a story of a female captain in a male dominated world she never once made it about that Her only struggle that she emphasized was that of her age which she expressed through all of her crew members a group of older fishing misfits This is a true statement of feminism by not recognizing the commonly defined roles of women Greenlaw created an eual environmentANYWAY I loved it and I can t wait to read something else by her Darkness waded in cautiously and headed west Hesitating waist deep then plunging into the murky chill the diving night splashed light onto the opposite horizon which swam like spawning salmon up the riverlike sky The sun hated as if it were a baby chick pecking from within the shell until fully risen yellow and warm and as unsure as I wasafter all the sun starts anew every day This could well be my last chanceand I would make the most of itLinda Greenlaw s latest book Seaworthy is the story of a female Swordboat captain I saw the title and thought a woman captaining a boat and swordfish How interesting could that be But her picture on the cover looks like a capable outgoing woman with an engaging smile and being a capable outgoing woman with an engaging smile myself I decided to check this outIt had been ten years since Linda s last swordfishing endeavor and she was eager to immerse herself in life at sea reliving good memories but also apprehensive that her body might not be up to the strenuous effort involved She picked her crew of four to whom the book is dedicated and found herself aboard a rusty bucket called the Seahawk Whenever anything broke down which occurred almost daily the crew called it the Shithawk behind her back How many times did I hear Tim say It s fixed I think we re okay now His words soon became known as the kiss of death in the few moments that we relaxed we sat and waited for the next thing to break leak or malfunctionI didn t have the energy to fly off the handleFortunately when things are incredibly bad at sea humor reigns I was thankful and relieved. The bestselling author's seuel to The Hungry Ocean a fast paced account of her return to swordfishing Linda Greenlaw hadn't been bluewater fishing for ten years not since the events chronicled in the books The Perfect Storm and The Hungry Ocean but when her lobster traps aren't paying off her truck is on its last gasp and the bills are piling up she decides to take a friend up on his offer and captain a boat for a season of sword.

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SeaworthyWon t live up to the high standards and expectations she set when she captained for 19 years before retiring to land but excited to see expectations she set when she captained for 19 years before retiring to land but excited to see she still has what it takes to bring aboard one of the most elusive and beautiful creatures of the oceanI was so excited to see a new autobiography by Linda Greenlaw The Hungry Ocean continues to be one of my favorite books and her "newest foray into nautical themed crime fiction appears to have been a "foray into nautical themed crime fiction appears to have been a why not return to her roots I am so sad to report that this books lacks all of the charm humility and humor of her first two books and instead was like listening to a friend wax poetic on life and why they rock at it Not only did she not catch fish Greenlaw failed to do what she used to excel at tell a heartwarming story that made you feel like you were there I got so tired of reading how this trip was different from her career 10 years ago how she excels at is well known for and is one of the best at any known for and is one of the best at any of fishing skills and the fishing details took a leading role when they should have been reduced to supporting cast Less than a handful of short flashes of her prior warmth are the only things that saved this book from the dreaded 1 star ratingIf you are interested in a really good autobiography on fishing definitely check out something by Greenlaw but stick to The Hungry Ocean or The Lobster Chronicles and leave this one on the shelf I was recommended this book by someone who told me one of his all time favorite books is The Old Man and the Sea which also is one of my favorite books of all time Maybe this led him to believe I would love any book involving fishing and the sea but sadly I found this book mundane I admire Linda Greenlaw s for her purposeful attitude with her crew and being a sea captian Whether she shone her brashness or compassion she always portrayed very well articulated responses to adversity on her ship This seemingly to come from years and years of experience Which Greenlaw constantly time and time again One Too Many Blows To The Head jabs down your throat with reminiscing Seaworthy was a very draining book to read Parts of the books were enjoyable but overall it was too painstaking descriptive and overloaded withargon Greenlaw was so repetitive in thoughts and recounts of past experiences Reading I constantly felt a sense of d The Dressmakers Gift j vu Overall I very much appreciate that Greenlaw tells her story as a Captain and does not resonate that fact that she is a woman to her successes or failures but unless you re super into commercial fishing and I wouldn t recommend this one As many of you know especially those who know my wife Carol I m an easy mark for a strong intelligent woman who is comfortable in her own skin and very adept at leading in areas not usually seen as a woman s domain Linda Greenlaw fits this profileI first learned about swordfishing captain Linda Greenlaw in Sebastian Junger s book The Perfect Storm She was played by a pretty impressive woman in her own right Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio in the George Clooney movie version I ve read several other books by Linda The Hungry Ocean All Fishermen are Liars and The Lobster Chronicles The best by far is The Hungry Ocean It is a beautiful book A story of triumph of a woman not only making it but succeeding at the highest level in one of the most male dominated and dangerous professions No wonder I see the links with Carol s research agenda Seaworthy is a good and interesting seuel to The Hungry Ocean The most profound change the reader can see in these decade apart narratives of going to sea in search of the magnificent swordfish is the degree of introspection and calmness present in the later and totally missing from the first The edge as captain goes to the younger Linda the edge to full personhood goes to the Linda of Seaworthy This is the mature future us not only sea but life worthy. Eatest challenge however comes when the boat's lines inadvertently drift into Canadian waters and Greenlaw is thrown inail Capturing the moment by moment details of her ourney Greenlaw tells a story about human nature and the nature around us about learning what can be controlled and when to let fate step in Seaworthy is a compelling narrative about a person setting her own terms and finding her true self between land and wate. ,

To hear the men oking aroundit appeared I had a crew full of class clowns They kept working and laughingThis is an engrossing account of that trip which found her towed into Sambro Nova Scotia for engine work before they even reached the fishing area Soon after having set out her first thirty mile set of 800 hooks she was arrested handcuffed and then taken before a Street Without a Name: Childhood and Other Misadventures in Bulgaria judge in St John Newfoundland for inadvertantly fishing Canadian watersIn retrospect Linda realizes that there is a difference in her thinkings as a young person and now as one who is older there are things we can fight and change and other things weust have to suck up and endureI steered the Seahawk through the sheer faced cliffs that protect the portI stared down Newfoundland Not blinking was for me a small yet palpable victory in a sea of seeming random defeatsI enjoyed Linda s descriptions of the fishing putting out beepers and lines and not pulling the thirty mile line toward them but rather moving the boat forward slowly to keep pace with the men hauling in the lines The reader is right there with her as she checks the weather the water temperature swordfish like it cold and the ocean currents that converge for the best fishing Reading this felt like I was on a vacation to a place I had never visited before Greenlaw s name may be familiar as she also wrote The Hungry Ocean and The Lobster Chronicles This time around Linda is recounting what she thought of as her last big chance to captain a swoardfishing boat from assembling the crew to defending her actions I found Seaworthy to be Running from Strangers just as absorbing as Lobster Chroniclesust as fascinating and perhaps even a touch depricating Greenlaw is a true renegade even though I cringe at using that word after the 2008 campaignsas well as an enthralling educator No doubt I know waaaaayyyyy about swordfish and how to fish for them commercially now than I ever thought I would And frankly I m pretty sure only Linda Greenlaw could make that topic interesting to someone as chronically landlocked as I am And lest you think her head be too big for her Captain s hat Linda will be the first to admit mistakes always being frank and candid regarding lapses in udgement even if they are few and far between A very entertaining fast read suggested for anyone whith and interest in swordfishing adventures at sea or women of incredible strength and virtue Female swordfish boat captain author Linda Greenlaw shares her first hand experience of sailing the Seahawk into the Grand Banks notorious for awful sea weather Greenlaw was also a character represented in the movie The Perfect Storm in 2000 She was portrayed by actress Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio The writing is presented in a conversational tone which works most of the time Problems with the old boat persist as her crew admirably solves them Greenlaw is reflective ballsy and capable even when she arrested by Canadian authorities I wished there had been pictures especially of the distinctive Swordfish because in telling a story of this kind they are a great bonus in getting the reader invested This story of this kind they are a great bonus in getting the reader invested This the 3rd non fiction book of Linda Greenlaw s that I have read I found this one to be unevenly written I much enjoyed the second half 4 stars but the tedious repetition especially in the first halfof the mantra Can I do it It s been ten years I am not as strong now but have wisdom and patience got old veryvery uickly We get it self doubt it distracted from the story and was not in my as the Reader S Opinion Worthy Of Being The Overarching The Dear s opinion worthy of being the overarching the Dear Greenlaw get over yourself After 10 years away from sword fishing 10 years spent lobstering on Isle au Haut Linda has decided to ump back into the fray and captain the Seahawk with a hand picked crew of four men who vary in their high seas experience Understandably she is nervous that she. Fishing A decade older and with family responsibilities she's a different person heading out to sea but any reluctance is uickly tempered by the magnetic lure of adventure And the adventures begin almost immediately The ship turns out to be rusty and ancient and even with a crew of four Greenlaw is faced with technical challenges There are the expected complexities of longline fishing and the nuances of reading the weather Her gr. ,