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Surviving the Storm

Year: 1999
Language: english
Author: Steve and Linda Dashew
Genre: Handbook
Publisher: Beowulf, Inc.
Series: Version 2.1
Format: PDF
Quality: eBook
Number of pages: 676
Description: Everything sailors and powerboaters need to know about storm preparation, gear, and tactics. Includes the most spectacular collection of storm photos and illustrations ever assembled. Also filled with firsthand reports from survivors of the worst storms at sea on record, plus interviews with 33 professional seamen who reveal for the first time their secrets for surviving some of the worst weather on the planet.
Perhaps the most valuable lesson in this book is the concept that by taking an active part in battling the elements, sailors who are prepared can survive in conditions which many would call overwhelming.
Readers of Surviving the Storm will find their definition of heavy weather changing. They will discover that, by practicing the techniques taught by the authors, all of their passages will be faster and more comfortable - not just those taking place in inclement conditions.



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