Romania: Black Sea & Danube River Delta

Free Extra from Cruising European Waters.
Flash back to the end of the Cold War in 1989. Cruise the coast of Romania on the Black Sea and sail up the Danube River Delta with legendary author and skipper, Tristan Jones.
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Includes: Norway, Romania, Ireland, Greek Islands, Yugoslavia (Croatia), Turkey.
Tristan Jones had previously visited Romania under communist rule. In this episode, her arrives shortly after the 1989 revolution that deposed Romania's communist dictator, Nicolae Ceaușescu, foreshadowing the fall of the Soviet Union and the end of the Cold War. His sailing fans appointed him the Commodore of the ] Yacht Club in the ancient city of Constanta. (D2Z)

"Arthur Jones, pen name Tristan Jones (8 May 1929 – 21 June 1995) was a British mariner and author. He spent most of his life at sea, first in the British Royal Navy, and then sailing in small yachts for various purposes, including self-appointed adventure trips. Starting in 1977, he wrote sixteen books and many articles about sailing and his adventures, including several memoirs. His writing, while highly entertaining, often mixes fact and fiction. In his memoirs, he invented a fictional childhood and youth."

Presa din Constanta