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Horizon's End

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The ship Horizon's End is styled after a 15th century 3-masted ship during the Age of Exploration. Commissioned by Prince Henry the Navigator and chartered to find the fabled lands of Prestor John, we were instructed to sail as far and as long as it might take, even unto the Horizon's End.

There's no physical ship, but if the Horizon's End were afloat, she'd be a full-rigged ship, with square-rigged fore- and main-masts and a lateen mizzen-mast, and a crew of about 18.

While Calafia may not be the Utopia of Prestor John, it was paradise after sailing around aimlessly for months. And it met quite a few criteria for being a fabled land. The sun almost always is shining ('cept at night). The people are almost always happy and friendly. It is indeed 'beyond the horizon', leastways from Portugal it is. And after a couple cervezas and shrimp tacos, we weren't about to go back.. 


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Last modified: 09.30.2007
Unless otherwise noted, most pictures on this website are courtesy of Seti the Great