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South Georgia

The nondescript name Peter Smith may not ring any bells for you even if the tenacious anchor he invented – the Rocna — does. As much as cruisers love the Rocna, we dig Peter for something far more interesting: He (along with son Craig) is the author of the most spectacular series of cruising photo essays we’ve ever seen. This is the kind of shit that the cruising internet was created for, and we encourage you to check out Peter’s new nine-page piece from Ernest Shackleton’s resting place and one of the least hospitable pieces of ice and rock on the planet: South Georgia Island. You can also check out Peter and Craig’s photos from Antarctica, Patagonia, and the Falklands from a little while back, and you can let ‘em know what you think about their work in the thread.

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