The Top 10: Sailing Resources
Learn from the expert who has taught thousands of people to sail including hundreds of children. Penny believes you don’t need brute strength to sail, you just need to know the right way.
You can’t sail without a chart and the Australian Hydrographic Service currently has over 400 paper charts. Whichever chart you need, you can be assured that it will be fully corrected and up to date with the latest Notices to Mariners.
Author Jimmy Cornell uses his unmatched world voyaging experience to choose the scale and range of charts so that sailors can see all the relevant information and plan their passages.
The publication contains information on hydrography, topography and navigational aids and services as well as illustrating and explaining symbols and abbreviations in full colour.
This essential classic contains easy to follow diagrams and photos teaching a vast range of sailing skills. Popular sailing author Tom Cunliffe cuts through the theory to explain what really works.
The book is aimed at kids aged between 8-15 who are just starting out in the world of sailing. Packed full of colour photographs and diagrams, this straightforward and easy-to-understand guide is the perfect introduction to the sport.
If you want to race, this publication is the bible and explains all the rules and provides situation based examples. The book includes the complete text of the new Racing Rules of Sailing in full, with all the Appendices.
This book and DVD covers each advanced course module in the RYA National Sailing Scheme and contains the essential information you need to succeed.If you have any questions about sailing books, maps and charts don’t hesitate to call the experienced team at The Chart & Map Shop on 08 9335 8665, email email@example.com or visit us in-store.