Woman in The Wheelhouse

Nancy Taylor Robson is one of the first women in the country to earn a US Coast Guard license She grew up sailing and building boats with her father and worked as a housepainter, desk clerk and yacht maintenance person while in college After earning a degree in history, she married and went to work alongside her husband as cook deckhand on an old 85 foot tugboat The feaNancy Taylor Robson is one of the first women in the country to earn a US Coast Guard license She grew up sailing and building boats with her father and worked as a housepainter, desk clerk and yacht maintenance person while in college After earning a degree in history, she married and went to work alongside her husband as cook deckhand on an old 85 foot tugboat The fear of being maimed or lost overboard, the male opposition, and the drudgery during seagoing tours that ranged from Maine to Florida, Bermuda, New Orleans and Mexico was coupled with romantic sunsets, a ringside seat on nature and an appreciation for hard won accomplishment Robson, one of a handful of women who paved the way for every intrepid woman who has followed, brings that world alive Author of numerous articles and essays, Nancy Taylor Robson is also the author of two novels Course of the Waterman and A Love Like No Other Abigail and John Adams, A Modern Love Story.
Woman in The Wheelhouse Nancy Taylor Robson is one of the first women in the country to earn a US Coast Guard license She grew up sailing and building boats with her father and worked as a housepainter desk clerk and yacht

  • Title: Woman in The Wheelhouse
  • Author: Nancy Robson
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 486
  • Format: Kindle Edition
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