Harvey Cheyne, pampered son of an American millionaire, is saved from drowning by the New England fishing schooner We're Here. On board, the captain and crew treat him the way they would any stowaway. Harvey's previous experience with men such as these--men who would sooner punch the young heir than dote on him--is as limited as his exposure to the elements. And he soon learns he must prove his worth in the only way the captain and crew will accept: through the slow and arduous mastery of skills upon which common survival depends.
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