Description - Offshore Sailing: 200 Essential Passagemaking Tips by William G. Seifert
This is a compilation of tried and true boat projects plus tips on boat handling, navigation, galley, and other aspects of sailing offshore. It focuses on things that work and are not generally seen in other books. In his 100,000 offshore miles and his 30 years as a boatbuilder and professional yacht manager, Bill Seifert has seen what works and what doesn't, and has created what's probably the world's largest photographic library of useful, workable solutions for boat design, construction, equipment, and seamanship dilemmas.
Buy Offshore Sailing: 200 Essential Passagemaking Tips by William G. Seifert from Australia's Online Independent Bookstore, Boomerang Books.
(244mm x 229mm x 15mm)
International Marine Publishing Co
Publisher: International Marine Publishing Co
Country of Publication:
Book Reviews - Offshore Sailing: 200 Essential Passagemaking Tips by William G. Seifert
Author Biography - William G. Seifert
Bill Seifert was a project engineer at Tartan Marine Company, materials manager at Tillotson Pearson Inc., and a project manager at Alden Yachts. In 1991, he started his own yacht management company. He does prerace seaworthiness inspections for the Marion - Bermuda Race. Dan Spurr was the editor of Practical Sailor newsletter for twelve years. A former senior editor for Cruising World, he is the author of Heart of Glass: Fiberglass Boats and the Men Who Made Them, Spurr's Boatbook: Upgrading the Cruising Sailboat, and Yacht Style, among other books.