This book is the true story of one man's attempt to live out his lifelong dream of sailing around the world to strange foreign ports in his own sailboat. Upon retiring from teaching school and farming in Michigan, Harold Knoll, Jr. left his forthcoming sedentary life, took his sailboat down to the Gulf, and headed around the world. Few men have the courage to do this, even though most of us have these dreams. Volume I covered the first part of his journey from Michigan to Trinidad. Volume II covered his journey from Trinidad to Spain and through France to Amsterdam and Scandinavia. This Volume III covers the third part of his journey from Amsterdam around the British Isles, through the French canals to the Mediterranean, and down the coast of Italy. Captain Knoll, a true free spirit, picks up crew as he travels along. In the process, he meets many very fascinating people and has many thrilling, and sometimes humorous, experiences. Forthcoming volumes will cover his trip through the Aegean Sea and the future trips that he takes as he proceeds on his voyage around the world the "wrong way" (against the prevailing westerly winds).