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Ships and Water


Year: 1990
Language: english
Author: J.A.H. Paffett
Genre: Manual
Publisher: The Nautical Institute
Edition: 1st
ISBN: 978-1870077064
Format: PDF
Quality: Scanned pages
Pages count: 100
Description: Shíps and Water is a exemplary book which sets out to explain what the mariner instinctively feels in plain language. It demonstrates that the interplay of a ship with the sea is by no means straightforward and that what may appear as common sense when dertved from living on land may be a misleading guide to the navígator.

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