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The sailor's weather guide.

Markell, Jeff.
(1996)  | 9780924486913 | Seafarer Books | pbk. | book | 285pp
AUD 25.95 (inc. GST), AUD 23.59 (ex. GST),
An alarming number of boating accidents are caused by ignorance of and failure to prepare for bad weather. This book tells the amateur exactly where to get the latest weather information and how to interpret and use it.

Build your own boat.

Nicolson, Ian.
(1996)  | 9780850364583 | Seafarer Books | pbk. | book | 206pp
AUD 25.95 (inc. GST), AUD 23.59 (ex. GST),
This is a source of practical advice for anyone converting a bare hull into afinished boat. It has invformation on everything from securing decks to shapingand bonding bulkheads, fitting windows, putting on rudders, installing piping,making a galley and setting up rigging.

Thousand dollar yacht.

Bailey, Anthony.
(1996)  | 9780850364590 | Seafarer Books | pbk. | book | 214pp
AUD 21.95 (inc. GST), AUD 19.95 (ex. GST),
The theme of the would-be yachtsman finding a builder to construct a small boatwhich met his requirements, but at a very reasonable cost, is a traditional onein sailing literature and the basis of this story, first published in the USAnearly 30 years ago.

Topsail and battleaxe : a voyage in the wake of the vikings.

Cunliffe, Tom.
(1997)  | 9780850364606 | Seafarer Books | pbk. | book | 182pp
AUD 2,690.95 (inc. GST), AUD 2,446.32 (ex. GST),
Tom Cunliffe's Bristol Channel Pilot cutter the "Hirta" is familiar to many TVviewers. In this voyage, Tom sails from Norway in the wake of the Vikings. FromIceland, where the sagas were written, he continues to Greenland where theNorsemen settled, then follows Eric the Red to Newfoundland.

Rescue and recovery : "iskra's" ordeal in the hebrides.

Mulville, Frank.
(1997)  | 9780850364620 | Seafarer Books | pbk. | book | 180pp
AUD 18.95 (inc. GST), AUD 17.23 (ex. GST),
Frank and his wife set off on a summer voyage to Spain and France, but theweather made them change their plans and return to Essex via the Irish Sea, withthe intention of leaving Iskra in Scotland. When Iskra was torn from hermoorings and washed up on a rocky shore, Frank believed she was lost.


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