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This logbook is not only a convenient place to keep all the specific notes that need constant referral during a long voyage, but also a sailing record of the boat, ports visited, interesting sights, and people invited aboard. This...
Admiralty Charts folio for Solent and Approaches SC5600
A must have guide to assist you in interpreting the many different symbols and abbreviations used on all Admiralty Charts.
Black Fish is the story of a difficult passage in the life of Gavin Chance – yacht broker, ex-policeman and gone-to-seed Olympic hopeful. He is being hunted by his ex-wife and his creditors. And even more worryingly, by some...
Autumn in the Archipelago between Stockholm and Turku in the Baltic. Millions of birds are migrating, elks swim among the thousands of islands, and the Finns are picking mushrooms, some of which are not toxic. It is a beautiful,...
Multihulls are the fastest things on water, and French multihull sailors are the Formula One drivers of the sea, with the nerve, the power, and the temperament. They do not take kindly to British sailors horning in on their circuit. So...
The Boat Data Book is a treasure trove of invaluable information for boat owners, designers, builders, surveyors, chandlers and anyone maintaining their own boat. This sixth edition contains more tables of lengths, widths, weights and...
This highly acclaimed book on navigation, produced by Adlard Coles, is a must have reference point for anyone taking an RYA theory or practical course. The book clearly and accurately explains all that the aspiring yachtsman/woman needs...
Aimed at boat owners rather than experienced mechanics, The Adlard Coles Book of Outboard Motors is a boon to anyone who puts to sea with an outboard engine. Covering both two and four stroke engines, the book explains how even the most...
This is probably the best book for Carvel and traditional lapstrake (clinker) boatbuilding for under 25-footers; taking you through the process in a simple, user-friendly way.
This book will enlighten how possible it is to calculate an exact position on earth using traditional navigational techniques. Understanding these methods will challenge everything you thought you knew about navigation.