Cameron’s first book, The New Northwest Passage, was published in Canada by Great Plains Publications and in the UK/Commonwealth by Sandstone Press. The book is available on both and, in paperback and Kindle editions. It tells the story of his voyage through the Northwest Passage to learn more about how climate change is impacting Canada’s Inuit population. The book was also reproduced as an interactive iPad app in partnership with Relish New Brand Experience.

20130223-103651.jpg“Lots of people dream of quitting the rat—race, buying a boat and sailing away to the Caribbean or the South Pacific. But few do the first two and then embark on a voyage through the Northwest Passage. Hats off to Cameron Dueck: he acted, made good, and now he’s written a compelling book about it.” — Ken McGoogan, author of The Fatal Passage Quartet

“In an adventure worthy of Indiana Jones, Cameron Dueck sets out to find the ’Arctic Grail.’” — Michael Byers, author of Who Owns the Arctic?

20130501-104122.jpg“The book is an engrossing string of vignettes about life in the real Arctic, not the Arctic of tourism brochures and adventurers’ tales. Dueck has a faithful and sympathetic ear for the people of the Arctic and how their lives are changing.” — Clive Tesar, World Wildlife Fund

“Cameron Dueck’s account of this journey makes a wonderful read — exciting, amusing, and above all, interesting.” — E.C. Pielou, author of A Naturalist’s Guide to the Arctic “. . . The New Northwest Passage nicely captures the joys and pitfalls of an Arctic journey.” — Canadian Geographic

bookcover“In the hands of a good writer like Dueck, the story of the trip is engaging and hard to put down.” — The Winnipeg Free Press

“Dueck presents an important portrait of a people and place in flux.” — Quill & Quire

“This book will capture the imagination not only of all cruising sailors, but also of any armchair adventure, combining a route of historical importance with a personal storytelling style that offers a glimpse of the determination and inspiration needed to tackle such feat” — Sail World

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