Steam Maiden


Maiden is a movie starring Frank Bough, John Chittenden, and Bruno Du Bois. The story of Tracy Edwards, a 24-year-old cook on charter boats, who became the skipper of the first ever all-female crew to enter the Whitbread Round the...

Other Titles
Ellas contra la marea, Zeglarki
Running Time
1 hours 37 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Sport, Documentary
Alex Holmes
Pat Edwards, Bruno Du Bois, John Chittenden, Frank Bough
Audio Languages
日本語, اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Japanese, اللغة_العربية, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

The story of Tracy Edwards, a 24-year-old cook on charter boats, who became the skipper of the first ever all-female crew to enter the Whitbread Round the World Race in 1989.

Comments about sport «Maiden» (9)

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No matter how I feel about it, this is probably the best documentary I have seen about women's gymnastics. Not just women, but all athletes. It's so well done, and it's great to see the entire country all on one screen.

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Janet McCoy

Just watched this movie and was blown away by it. I have never done this before, but after watching this movie I would like to take my friends and family to watch it, because it is so cool. It has a great cast, and it is just so inspirational. It would be great if they could release it on DVD. I think this would be great. It is a great family movie and it is just amazing. I highly recommend this movie.

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Bobby H.

There is a massive need for film makers to make documentaries and this one is in my top 10 of all time. It's not just about the importance of being a decent human being and making sure that you're not hurting or hurting anyone else, but also about the importance of staying the course and not letting yourself get caught up in the moment. There are a lot of people that have been hurt or will be hurt by drugs. This documentary explores the effects that drugs have on people's lives and how these drugs can destroy families and other relationships. As a mother, this documentary is so powerful and personal that I actually cried watching it. I wish that there was a way to share this documentary with people and tell them that no matter what happens, there is always hope. I recommend this film to everyone who has ever used drugs, or knows someone who has. There are a lot of really good things in this documentary. The editing and sound effects are also great. Overall, this film is really well done and I'm looking forward to watching it again and seeing all the amazing things that it is able to capture.

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Raymond Garza

I'm a little bit older than the kids and I know the college baseball scene well. I love seeing the games and I enjoy seeing the new generation of baseball players. I just wanted to say that everyone who saw this film has done an amazing job. The kids are more mature than they are today. They played a very professional and athletic game. They showed what this game really means and how important it is to have a team like the Maroons. I think this is a good lesson for the young players. I think they could learn a lot from this film. I hope this film can help the young baseball players in the future.

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Debra H.

I first saw this film in a movie theatre about ten years ago. When I saw it I was amazed. When I saw it again recently I noticed a number of things. First, I noticed that the major thing that struck me about the film was the soundtrack. I hadn't heard any of the music before. I was so moved by the music that I started buying all the albums it was played in. I noticed that these albums were a huge influence on me as a teenager. Then I noticed that they played some songs that I had never heard, but I knew that I had heard the song many times over the years. This film is about music, and the influence it can have on the minds of teenagers. It is about the power of music to control people's lives. It is about the power of music to make a difference in peoples lives. I think that this film was a significant step in the life of the music industry. It showed that a film can have an important effect on the life of a teenager. It has had an impact on me as a young adult. The impact it had on me was that it made me aware of the power that music can have. I would highly recommend this film to anyone who is interested in this subject matter. The music is great!

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Michelle Carroll

I was fascinated and fascinated to learn of the tragic tale of the "marooning" of Capt. John C. Stilson in the ice of Antarctica. The story has been told many times, but rarely has anyone told the true story of this unfortunate accident and how it affected Stilson and his crew. It's almost unbelievable how a man could be so lucky and how far he was able to cling to the ice and then be taken away from there. The film is a great testament to the integrity of a true hero. If this never happens to you, it's your own fault.

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Jack Curtis

I had not heard of this movie until recently, but it was a gift from my friend and he wanted to see the documentary. I have to admit that it was really well done and very well told. The people who wrote the reviews about how the film is not accurate are just being mean. I thought it was just a bunch of guys shooting video and making a movie about it. I loved the fact that the movie does not cover a single detail of the game, it focuses on the positive aspects of the game. Some people say the movie doesn't tell the whole truth, but I think it shows a little bit of everything, and is a great watch. I recommend it to everyone.

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Andrew Davis

I saw this movie for the first time about 2 years ago. When I first saw it I was so enthralled that I couldn't take it away. It's just such a great movie. I've been meaning to watch it again and see it again for a long time. I think it's the best film ever made. I love the soundtrack as well. This movie deserves so much recognition. I think the movie is one of the best movies ever made. I want to see it again. I think it should be shown in schools. It deserves to be shown on TV. I think the movie should be shown in movie theaters so that people can see it.

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Bruce Delgado

This documentary is an interesting look at the making of a sports movie, and the human cost of making a movie. It takes the viewer on an emotional roller coaster ride, and really gets to see what goes into making a big budget movie. The interviews with the athletes, the directors, and producers are fascinating, and truly impressive. There are some great insights about the making of this movie, and what it's like to be a star athlete in Hollywood. There are several different angles of the movie, including a few which focus on the athletes. There are some really good and informative interviews. I thought the real-time nature of the interviews was interesting, and allowed the viewer to really get to know the athletes. There are a few points that are kind of a shocker. Most sports documentaries focus on the stars, and how their lives intersect with that of the fans. Here, the movie focuses more on the filmmakers, and how they are able to reach an audience of athletes. The interviews with the athletes really showed that athletes are more complex than we tend to give them credit for. There are also some really interesting anecdotes that I won't ruin, but the reality of making a big-budget movie. Overall, this movie is really a must see for anyone who loves sports, or anyone who is curious about what it takes to make a big-budget sports movie.