Description - Rough Weather Seamanship for Sail and Power by Roger Marshall
All boaters fear a storm at sea and this book shows you how to weather one safely. Any boater who leaves the harbor is eventually going to end up in rough weather. A few will find themselves in genuinely life-threatening situations. To respond correctly, you need more than grit. You need a properly equipped, seaworthy boat, and you need to have mastered a body of specialised knowledge and techniques rarely covered in the boating press. An accomplished naval architect, Roger Marshall first concentrates on the boat - how to select and modify a boat with heavy weather in mind.
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(236mm x 190mm x 22mm)
International Marine Publishing Co
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Author Biography - Roger Marshall
Roger Marshall is the technical editor for Soundings and the author of 12 yachting books. An accomplished sailor, he has competed at all levels of racing, including Admiral's Cup and Fastnet races.