By Peter Bruce
The seamanship vintage you will have on-board while crusing in tough weather
Adlard Coles' Heavy climate Sailing offers you specialist suggestion for if you enterprise out of sight of land, even if for racing or cruising. It supplies a transparent message of seamanlike layout positive factors, arrangements, and strategies so you might give some thought to opposed to the time while it comes directly to blow. It contains new how-to chapters on typhoon sails, taking preserve, and dealing with multihulls in storms, plus exciting new money owed of exact hurricane encounters.
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Adlard Coles' Heavy Weather Sailing (6th Edition) by Peter Bruce