Surviving St. Georges
Diaries (1984-2019)
Napoleon's Battles - by Felix P.D. Wiberg
Ake Wiberg
Sea Stories
Turtle Tales (1980)
Umbrae Papilionis
Z for Zarathustra
Shorts (1990)
Scars - A Morbid Memoir
First 50 in Fifty - A Memoir in Motion
U-Boats in New England

U-Boats in New England

Starting weeks after Hitler declared war on the United States, 73 German U-Boats sustainably attacked New England waters, from Montauk New York to the tip of Nova Scotia at Cape Sable.

U-Boats in the Bahamas

The untold story of over 250 men who made it ashore in the Bahamas from 130 Allied ships sunk by 112 German and Italian submarine patrols in and around the Bahamas in World War II.

U-Boats off Bermuda

This is the never-told story of over a thousand men and women who made it ashore to rescue in the remote British Colony of Bermuda after 80 Allied ships were sunk by 140 German submarines during World War II.

Swan Sinks

The human element of a relatively small incident like the loss of the relatively small, 3530-ton Cygnet, is both compelling and illustrative of the larger, global struggle.

Tanker Disasters

An analysis of places of refuge legislation in the wake of Prestige, Erika and Castor oil tanker spills, as well as a study of the concept of rewarding seagoing salvors for environmental remediation and prevention.

Round the World in the Wrong Season

The book follows the narrator out of school and across the Pacific. At only 23 he has command of a 68-foot Burmese-teak ketch built in Scotland thrust upon him. The owner is on a voyage home to his death, and along the way they hire sailors twice the skipper's age.

Published Writing

The stories within this collection include accounts of Eric Wiberg's voyages across the Atlantic and Pacific. The reader can follow the author via his journalism from coups in Haiti, the release of journalists from Iraq and to dozens of countries and island groups around the world.


The 100-page collection of travel writing is non-fiction and unique. There are first-hand narratives of hitchhiking alone through East Africa, of voyages with untested crews across the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, of storms, knife and shark attacks, robberies and wrecks. Aside from travel writing, they are fiction. Today's teens will empathize with some of the anger, the questioning of authority, and the rebelliousness put forth in this exciting work.

Bahamas in World War II

This is the only reference book detailing exactly what happened in the Bahamas – then a British colony - during WWII: in the air, on the sea surface, and below it, as 112 German and Italian submarines attacked 130 ships.

Drifting to the Duchess

This tell of SS Potlatch and 50 sailor’s survival in an open boat and rafts for 32 days after being sunk by a German sub in World War II, and culminates in their rescue by a boat-racing heiress.

Mailboats of the Bahamas

A humble fleet of cast-off merchant boats continues to serve over 50 remote communities in the Bahamas archipelago. This first-of-its-kind book traces the story of over 200 vessels and their owners and mariners through hurricanes and politics to deliver church pews, screws, soda, thread, animals, produce, and more.