Young Adult Naval Fiction
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I also loved the first few of the Bloody Jack series by Louis A. Meyer. The later books are still enjoyable, but I don't feel as strongly about them.
I've just picked up Powder Monkey by Paul Dowswell, and am liking it so far.
But this got me to thinking, what are your favorite young adult nautical novels?
Robert A. Mosher
I adored Jules Verne's Dick Sand, a captain at fifteen (Un capitaine de quinze ans in French); any young person with a passion for sea adventures (and righteousness!) would enjoy the story of how a boy handled command of a ship AND fought the slave-traders.
Emilio Salgari wrote a series of books about the pirate Sandokan--these might appeal especially to younger teens, I remember them fondly.