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Yachting: Start to Finish (1st Edition) by Barry Pickthall (2009)

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Yachting: Start to Finish is a complete reference for every level of sailor whether you are a beginner and need a straightforward, easy-to-understand guide or are taking your sailing to the next level and looking for the professional tips and tricks that will get you sailing faster, better, safer and having more fun.

  • Basic Principles - the science of sailing, knots, ropes and running gear
  • Preparing to Sail - essential gear, rules of the road, getting onboard
  • First Sail - navigation, balance, sail and trim
  • Safety at Sea - file a plan, man overboard and radar reflectors

Packed with 150 illustrations and 150 photographs, Yachting: Start to Finish is the way to learn, develop and refresh your skills. With its handy size and rugged covers it is the ideal book to keep on board or in your kit bag.

Product Overview
Product NoCMS0025449
Weight (g)404 g
AuthorBarry Pickthall
PublisherWiley Nautical
Edition1st Edition
Edition DateSep-09
Pages208
Size155 x 203 x 14mm
FormatPaperback
ISBN9780470697528
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

Yachting: Start to Finish is a complete reference for every level of sailor whether you are a beginner and need a straightforward, easy-to-understand guide or are taking your sailing to the next level and looking for the professional tips and tricks that will get you sailing faster, better, safer and having more fun.

  • Basic Principles - the science of sailing, knots, ropes and running gear
  • Preparing to Sail - essential gear, rules of the road, getting onboard
  • First Sail - navigation, balance, sail and trim
  • Safety at Sea - file a plan, man overboard and radar reflectors

Packed with 150 illustrations and 150 photographs, Yachting: Start to Finish is the way to learn, develop and refresh your skills. With its handy size and rugged covers it is the ideal book to keep on board or in your kit bag.

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