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A nautical logbook, presenting information and data columns that are needed to keep a comprehensive cruising record. The volume is spiral-bound so that it will lie flat on the chart table, and it has waterproof covers.
Boats need regular upkeep, but keeping track of everything related to boat maintenance can be a time-consuming hassle. This logbook will prove a real boon to all boatowners who want to keep a record of the myriad elements relating to their boat in one convenient place for easy reference. The days of hunting down scraps of paper, receipts or certificates are gone: with the Adlard Coles Maintenance Logbook, boatowners will have everything they need in an ordered fashion. With colour-coded sections for quick and easy reference, the book includes pages for recording: • part numbers of equipment, navigation light bulb sizes and strengths, engine part numbers, rigging screw sizes, etc • replacement dates for lifejacket cylinders, flares, gas plumbing pipes, water filters, etc • the next service date for liferaft, engine, water filters, seacocks • navigation software pin numbers and passwords • gauges, strengths, thicknesses and lengths of halyards, rigging wire, pipes, etc The author ran a chandlery for over 20 years, and this is the organiser his customers always needed but could never buy until now. This book will solve all their boat maintenance record-keeping problems.
The Adlard Coles Charterer's Logbook is designed specifically for sailors and motor boaters wanting a beautifully presented and user-friendly method of keeping a comprehensive record of their chartering experience. Catering for anyone chartering a yacht or motorboat at home or abroad, the Charterer's Logbook will act both as a navigational record of the cruise and as a memento of time spent pleasurably in new waters. In addition to the usual navigation columns to record tides, courses, positions etc. there is useful information on basic foreign vocabularies, radio procedure, anchoring techniques, safety and boat etiquette and space to attach memorable photos and pictures, note places and restaurants visited ashore, appetising recipes, fish and stars spotted and attractive anchorages. This smart book will enable you to create an enduring record of your charter holiday to look back on pleasurably after it is over.
This is a handy-sized logbook, ideal for slipping in the pocket on deck to jot down the essential facts whilst underway. In a convenient spiral binding with neat rounded corners and a splashproof cover, both skippers and crew will find it perfect for noting down the essential information on passage prior to transferring it in expanded form to the main logbook at a later point. This is a well designed, practical logbook for on-deck use. Sailors and motorboaters alike will welcome its arrival.
Packed with brainteasers, conundrums and other puzzles, this nautical-themed collection is ideal for a storm-bound day in harbor and perfect for all the family.
The Adlard Coles Nautical Quiz Book is perfect for seafaring quizzers. It's divided into six nautically-flavoured categories, covering 1,000 questions. Categories range from Geography, Famous people and History to Culture, Science and Trivia. Each round is graded as easy (Able Seaman), medium (Midshipman) or tough (Hard Tack). A random sprinkling of nautical 'did-you-knows' adds a little salt to the mix and there's a quick-fire section at the end to keep everyone on their toes. · In which ocean is the Bermuda Triangle? · What did Dee Caffari achieve in 2006? · Name the first vessel to reach the North Pole in 1958 · What does the god Neptune (aka Poseidon) carry? · What is the Saffir-Simpson scale? · What was the proper name of 'Bogie's Boat'? The Adlard Coles Nautical Quiz Book is the perfect stowaway for cosy evenings aboard or ashore.
Since this book was written over 30 years ago by the great British sailor K. Adlard Coles, it has become the standard work on seamanship under gale conditions. More than 100,000 English-language copies have been printed, and there are editions in French, German, Dutch, Italian, Swedish, and Spanish. The thirtieth-anniversary edition of this classic includes sections on parachute sea anchors and drogues, crew fitness, and management advice, and new material on meteorology and on seasick remedies. Ample advice from great sailors such as Oiln Stephens, Robin Knox-Johnston, and Val Haigh is augmented by new material by Dag Pike and Mike Golding. Also new in this edition is a section on multihulls in heavy weather.Part 1 provides expert advice for crews of any vessel that ventures out of sight of land, whether for racing or cruising. It gives a clear message of seamanlike design features, preparations, and tactics that should be considered against the time when it comes on to blow. Part 2 offers hair-raising accounts of sail and power yachts overtaken by heavy weather. New in this edition are accounts of the 1998 Sydney - Hobart disaster, the 1994 "Queen's Birthday" storm off New Zealand, as well as other storm stories from the world's oceans. No one who goes to sea in his or her own craft can afford to ignore the advice in Adlard Coles' Heavy Weather Sailing. Dramatic black-and-white photos of storm seas combine with 60 new color shots throughout the book.

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