Two slightly different indicia appear, one on inside front cover and one on page one. Art credits for several sequences supplied by Saltarella via the GCD Error Tracker. On-sale date from 1960 Periodicals, Copyright Office, Library of Congress.
George Steers; members of the New York Yacht Club; members of the Royal Yacht Squadron; captain of the Lavrock; captain and crew of the America; Queen Victoria
With a vessel (the America) of new design, the New York Yacht Club meets the challenge of a regatta against the Royal Yacht Squadron, and handily wins. This is the beginning of the America's Cup Races.
Captain of the Saginaw; Lieutenant John Talbot; William Halford; Peter Francis; James Muir; John Andrews
When a U.S. naval vessel is wrecked on a desert island in 1870, a lieutenant and three volunteers prepare a small boat in which to sail 1100 miles for help. Despite spoiled food and repeated storms they finally make Hawaii, but three of the four are killed attempting to land on the rocky coast. Survivor Halford alerts the navy, and the rest of the crew are rescued.
When their ship sinks, four men in an open boat row until they reach land. But the approach is rough, and their boat swamps in the surf. Men on shore rush to rescue them, but only three of the boatmen reach safety.