Here are 10 Best Ocean Adventure Books That Will Take You to The Sea.
Moby Dick, a classic work regarded as “the finest book of the sea ever written,” was penned by American author Herman Melville in the middle of the nineteenth century.
Legendary American author Ernest Hemingway’s book The Old Man and the Sea describes the long, agonizing struggle of an elderly Cuban fisherman.
The Perfect Storm: A True Story of Men Against the Sea is a piece of creative nonfiction that is based on the “1991 Perfect Storm”.
The Royal Navy during the Napoleonic era is fictionalized in a series of ten works by C.S. Forester.
Deadly Straits, the debut book by R.E. McDermott, is centered on the context of maritime terrorism and piracy as its name implies.
A bold English sailor who encountered two people who would change his life after his ship was blown ashore in Japan and who was a warlord with his quest for power.
It is a fantastic book that tells the tale of a group of men who board a whaling ship in the nineteenth century and set off for the Arctic.
Another naval story of the Napoleonic Wars is the Aubrey-Maturin series, a collection of over 20 nautical historical novels by British author Patrick O’Brian.
The short autobiographical novel The Shadow-Line by Polish-British author Joseph Conrad was published in 1915.
Rafael Sabatini’s Captain Blood is a story of swashbuckling adventure and is regarded as one of the finest adventure novels of all time.