2 edition of sea is for sailing found in the catalog.
sea is for sailing
Edmund Arthur Pye
|Statement||[by] Peter Pye.|
|LC Classifications||GV822.M6 P93 1961|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||192|
|LC Control Number||61066818|
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The Sea Is for Sailing Paperback – April 1, by Peter Pye (Author) out of 5 stars 4 ratings/5(4). The Sea is for Sailing Hardcover – January 1, by Peter Pye (Author) out of 5 stars 4 ratings/5(4). Peter Pye, is a great story teller although this book is fairly old, it is still engaging for a contemporary audience, the language is not so different from today, unlike perhaps someone like Joshua slocum's tales of the sea 3/5.
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The Case Book complements the Racing Rules of Sailing (RRS), providing details on the application of the RRS to around scenarios.
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The Sea Is for Sailing by Peter Pye. Sheridan House Inc. Paperback. GOOD. Spine creases, wear to binding and pages from reading. May contain limited notes, underlining or highlighting that does affect the text. Possible ex library copy, that’ll have the markings and stickers associated from the library.
Accessories such as CD, codes, toys, may not be included. in the sea-language. When a ship sails towards the shore, before the wind, she is said to bear in with the land or harbor.
To let the ship sail more before the wind, is to bear up. To put her right before the wind, is to bear round. A ship that keeps off from the land, is said to bear off.
When a ship that was to windward comes under another. This sailing classic, first published inis now available as an e-book. Sailing has come a long way in terms of technology and creature comforts since the author’s voyages more than 30 years ago with her husband, Chris Knight, aboard Leucothea, their Bermuda 30 ketch.
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The author has written the book from her experiences sailing on her own boat with her family and therefore the lists are comprehensive and easy to understand.
Every aspect of the yacht is taken care of from weekly, monthly, yearly service schedules as well as check lists for a variety of activities such as leaving the boat, passage prep and. It was known as a periplus ("sailing-around" book) in classical antiquity and a portolano ("port book") to medieval Italian sailors in the Mediterranean Sea.
Portuguese navigators of the 16th century called it a roteiro, the French a routier, from which the English word "rutter" is derived. Pros: A great introduction to sailing, enough to jumpstart your knowledge.
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It is a living document that not only chronicles certification connected requirements, but can be used to keep a record of any and all sea-hours accrued along the way. South Sea Vagabonds is the true tale of Johnny Wray who builds a boat, the Ngataki, and then has many adventures sailing it around New Zealand, Australia and the South Pacific in the s.
For me, as someone who doesn't really like the sea, (beach - yes, deep water - no) the stories First published inSouth Sea Vagabonds is apparently something of a classic in sailing circles/5. The wind is likely to become a strong westerly, before possibly veering to north-west.
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Arthur Jones, pen name Tristan Jones (8 May – 21 June ) was a British mariner and author. He spent most of his life at sea, first in the British Royal Navy, and then sailing in small yachts for various purposes, including self-appointed adventure ng inhe wrote sixteen books and many articles about sailing and his adventures, including several memoirs.
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Safety at Sea: A Guide to Safety Under Sail and Personal Survival book. This page book was written to accompany US Sailing’s Safety at Sea course, which shares best practices with both aspiring and experienced offshore sailors. The book is and can be ordered through our online store. The "Seven Seas" (as in the idiom "sail the Seven Seas") is an ancient phrase for all of the world's oceans.
Since the 19th century, the term has been taken to include seven oceanic bodies of water: the Arctic Ocean. the North Atlantic Ocean. the South Atlantic Ocean. the Indian Ocean. the North Pacific Ocean. the South Pacific Ocean.