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Sailing Seven Seas 

The idea of embarking on a cruise around the world in an inflatable catamaran first occurred to Anatoly Kulik, the man who designed the vessel and also its skipper. Having set sail from Phuket, Thailand, the fearless crew of explorers from Siberia documented their 13-month voyage around the globe, filled with trials and joys, exotic lands, and wondrous encounters. Breathtaking tropical sunsets and a feeling of unity with the universe are what lures adventurous souls to sail the seas. But the allure and the adrenaline are just the cherry on top of drama-filled crossings, shortages of freshwater, deadly mast-shattering storms, shark encounters, and bouts of cabin fever that make one question one’s sanity.

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