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Heavy weather cruising

Year: 1988
Language: english
Author: Tom Cunliffe
Genre: Guide
Publisher: Intl Marine Pub Co
Edition: First
ISBN: 9780877429753
Format: PDF
Quality: Scanned pages
Pages count: 66
Description: Making the boat seaworthy
Avoiding the worst weather
Handling the boat
Dealing with emergencies
Using outside assistance
Surviving in the liferaft
One day, this book may save your life ...
It also manages to be entertaining, readable and comprehensive.
Many sailors dread the day when they find themselves caught out at sea in a gale. But if you are well prepared and know what to do, there is no reason why heavy weather should be a nightmare. You may even find it rewarding!
Drawing on his vast experience at sea in all types of weather, Tom Cunliffe shows you how to prepare for the worst, making sure the boat and crew are ready for anything the wind and sea may throw at them. He looks at specialised boathandling and navigation techniques and at tactics: what to do when the storm hits you, and whether to head for shelter or ride it out at sea. He also takes a critical look at the design of some modern yachts: how will they perform when the going gets rough?



Heavy weather cruising


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