A young boy sailed on board of a small drift netter to north, cold Norwegian and Greenland seas; he survived the vicious storms and got great discoveries. The Arctic and Barents Sea opened their secrets to him and to those brave and stubborn, who did not afraid to meet the challenge of cold, wind, ice, and…white bears. He went through Greenland, Labrador and Canadian-USA waters, Sable Island, Sargasso Sea with its enigmatic Bermuda Triangle, Mexico Gulf, Caribbean Sea, South Atlantic and Antarctic; mysterious events, discoveries and meetings with other people of this planet and touch with the heroic exploratory deeds of past. And then has been a final act of the way, the Arctic Tale, which witness that a human being cannot survive against the will of nature. The stories and related events are true and factual with some permissible imagination and exaggeration e.g. if in the book the waves were 10m high, in reality the waves were 8-9m only, still in the range of storms and hurricanes… He got all the way through himself, but still impersonated, at least for 30-40%, the other guys at ocean.