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Sailing Smart

Author : Buddy Melges
ISBN : 0805003517
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 43.90 MB
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Sailing Smart is for every sailor who wants to increase his or her knowledge, understanding, and sailing expertise: the local day-sailor who wants a firmer grasp of the fundamentals, as well as the serious competitor who wants to be up on the latest, most innovative sailing techniques and racing strategies. Buddy Melges, one of the world's best-known sailors, has at last set down his highly original thoughts on how to sail well. He covers the full range of sailing experience, from the general to the specific, the basic to the highly sophisticated. Melges's message is delivered in a bright, uncluttered manner by way of applications from his own sailing experience and through step-by-step instructions on everything from basic boat handling to expert on-the-course tactics and maneuvers. The book is profusely illustrated by the noted sailing artist Ted Brennan, and each drawing is accompanied by a cogent, in-depth explanatory caption.
Category: Sports & Recreation

The Psychology Of Sailing For Dinghies And Keelboats

Author : Ian Brown
ISBN : 9781408124475
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 88.16 MB
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The Psychology of Racing for Dinghies and Keelboats is an inspirational practical guide to mind training for racing sailors. Aimed at aspiring dinghy sailors as well as yacht racers, the style is light, friendly and conversational - designed to inspire, guide and promote positive analytical thinking among racers of all levels, with the aim of helping them find the inner resolve and mental strength required to be a winner. Packed with tables, tick boxes and exercises as well as thought-provoking quotes from successful international sailors, it is delightfully free of psychobabble and tedious theory - a really practical guide that will be invaluable to all racers of all levels and abilities.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Chapman Great Sailing Ships Of The World

Author : Otmar Schäuffelen
ISBN : 1588163849
Genre : Reference
File Size : 32.75 MB
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A richly illustrated reference on sailing ships from around the globe combines more than 450 full-color photographs with detailed descriptions of various types of vessels and rigging to provide an overview of each ship's specifications, statistics, unique characteristics, rigging, tonnage, use, owner and crew, and history of each vessel, along with a helpful glossary of nautical terminology.
Category: Reference

Sailing

Author : Julie S. Bach
ISBN : 1583406719
Genre : Sailing
File Size : 65.75 MB
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Presents some of the history, equipment, competitors, and competitions in the sport of sailboat racing.
Category: Sailing

Yachting

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Classic Guide To Sailing

Author : E.F Knight
ISBN : 9781445642161
Genre : History
File Size : 74.91 MB
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Throughout history sailing has been instrumental in the development of civilization, affording humanity greater mobility than travel over land, whether for trade, transport or warfare, and the capacity for fishing. Sailing has contributed to many great explorations in the world. In 1889, Knight sailed to the island of Trindade off the coast of Brazil in a 64-foot cutter named the Alerte. He was in search of treasure. In The Classic Guide to Sailing, E. F. Knight, the soldier, journalist and war correspondent, relates some of his experiences and lays down the basic principles of sailing and boatcraft for the budding sailor.
Category: History

Sailing Through The Jungle

Author : Roy Samuels
ISBN : 9781445277875
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
File Size : 39.96 MB
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""Sailing Through the Jungle"" by Roy Samuels in part two of an autobiographical trilogy and covers the second twenty years of his life working in the Ladies Fashion Industry. In Britain and Ireland the business commonly referred to as ""The Rag Trade"" in America is more aptly called ""The Jungle."" Roy was born in Dublin in 1933 shortly after his parents moved there from Liverpool. In Book One ""Sailing through Plate glass Doors"" he described what life was like for him and his family, before, during and after World War II. Nowadays, semi-retired, he and his wife Anita live in Manchester close to their four sons, daughters-in-law and eight grandchildren. For the past eight years Roy has been treated for Leukaemia but still finds time to work, write, paint - and play
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Sailing The Blue Green Line

Author : Frank Johnson
ISBN : 9780595892105
Genre : Fiction
File Size : 44.50 MB
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Stan Russell has a rebellious but honorable soul, and good scotch appears his only vice. Service in a foreign war leads him on a mission to heal. Putting college behind his youthful curiosity leads him to Key West and a vintage schooner captained by a benevolent old mariner. His ladies, one a lovely exiled Cuban determined to aid her homeland and then yet another not so saintly, help steer Stan through intrigue from the islands to the mainland and back. All the while, self-serving powers in Washington force Stan to illicit actions justified by his honorable intentions. Turbulent political winds carry his schooner, Marie, from Key West to Cartejena and the Windwards north. Stan Russell's actions arouse the conscience of the country and directly force the President into the jaws of impeachment. A dark dream pervades the days and nights of this now far from ordinary pirate. Always on the run, death is forever gaining in his wake.
Category: Fiction

Sports Illustrated Small Boat Sailing

Author : David Dellenbaugh
ISBN : 0452262720
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 40.13 MB
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Starting with fundamentals, world-renowned sailors, the Dellenbaughs, take the novice sailor through rigging, trimming, steering, and much more. This precise guidebook even contains chapters on purchasing a boat and beginning racing. 225 photos.
Category: Sports & Recreation