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The World's Best Sailboats

Author: Ferenc Mt

Publisher: Albatross

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Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 564

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A guided tour of the world's best sailboats with an entertaining expert at your side.

The World's Best Sailboats

A Survey

Author: Ferenc Maté

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Category: Boatbuilding

Page: 281

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Sailboats

The World's Best Sailboats in 500 Great Photos

Author: Peter Nielson

Publisher: Crestline

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Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 400

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This book features the development of sailboats over the years, detailing construction methods, places and events of particular interest, and the most influential people involved in the sailboat industry today. Yachting and sailing boats have become an increasingly popular sport and pastime in recent years, especially in the U.S. Spectacular races such as the America's Cup and the Cowes Regatta are exposed in glorious full color photos.

Cruising World

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Cruising World

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Cruising World

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Cruising World

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The Finely Fitted Yacht

Author: Ferenc Maté

Publisher: Albatross Publishers

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Category: Yacht building

Page: 605

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"Over 200 projects -- interior and exterior -- to enhance the sea-worthiness, safety, beauty and comfort of your boat."--Cover.

The World's Great Sailing Ships

Author: Ollivier Puget

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Category: Sailing ships

Page: 192

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The Woodenboat

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Shipshape

Art of Sailboat Maintenance

Author: Ferenc Mate

Publisher: Albatross

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Category: House & Home

Page: 416

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In forty-six chapters, Ferenc Mate covers every aspect of sailboat maintenance, from launching a new boat, varnishing and oiling, and tuning the rigging, to maintaining the bilge pumps, heads and galley stoves, checking and repairing wood and fiberglass hulls. As well as drawing on his own many years of boatbuilding and sailing experience, Mate, author of From a Bare Hull, The Finely Fitted Yacht, Best Boats and The World's Best Sailboats, also consulted many manufacturers and boatyard experts. The detailed practical advice from experts like North Sails (on sail care), Edson (on steering gear), Interlux Paints (on polyurethanes), British Seagull (on outboard engines), and Concordia Yacht Yard (on wooden boat maintenance) makes Shipshape an indispensable guide to keeping your sailboat in safe and bristol condition-as well as a genuine pleasure to read.

The Complete Guide to Choosing a Cruising Sailboat

Author: Roger Marshall

Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional

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Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 224

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In this one-of-a-kind book, leading boat designer Roger Marshall walks you through the process of choosing the perfect boat for your sailing lifestyle. Along the way, you will acquire a deep understanding of the many factors that go into a boat's performance, comfort, and seaworthiness, and learn how to choose among them to meet your requirements and preferences. Best of all, you'll find Marshall's 12-page comparison table of production sailboats from all over the world, packed with information about 130 boats - length, beam, draft, displacement, ballast, sail area, fuel and water capacities, performance ratios, capaize and comfort ratios, and more, all tabulated for convenient and revealing comparisons.

Yacht Racing

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Forest and Stream

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Naval Architecture for Non-naval Architects

Author: Harry Benford

Publisher: Society of Naval Architects &

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Category: Architecture

Page: 239

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By providing an understanding of the basic concepts of naval architecture, this book is the perfect companion for the maritime professional who is not a naval architect, but needs to be able to communicate effectively with naval architects. Written in engaging and easily understood terms, this book concentrates on two aspects of naval architecture : design and analysis. Technical discussions are almost entirely qualitative rather than quantitative and coverage focuses on conventional ship worthiness, structural integrity, powering requirements and functional capability. [Source : éditeur].

Bibliography of Nautical Books

Author: Alan Obin

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This is the 15th annual edition of the Bibliography of Nautical Books, a reference guide to over 14,000 nautical publications. It deals specifically with the year 2000.

Nautical Quarterly

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The World Book Encyclopedia

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An encyclopedia designed especially to meet the needs of elementary, junior high, and senior high school students.

Best Boats to Build Or Buy

Author: Ferenc Maté

Publisher: West Vancouver, B.C. : Albatross Pub.

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Category: Boatbuilding

Page: 335

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Lovingly written and beautifully photographed, Best Boats is an evaluation of the most elegantly designed and best-built sailboats in stages—from a bare hull to a finished yacht. In addition to evaluating overall design, performance and layout, this book, like no other, analyses how and how well the boats are built. Ranging from the ageless Herreshoff day-sailer to the ultra-light Santa Cruz flyers, the book features some of the finest works of designers such as German Frers, Chuck Paine, Bill Crealock, Doug Peterson, Lyle Hess, and others. Even more importantly, it contains interviews with legendary builders such as Tom Morris, the Cherubinis, Cecil Lange, and Tom Dreyfus. Using the surveyed boats as examples, Máté; shows what to look for when contemplating the purchase of any sailboat. For the boatbuilder, it points out the weaknesses and strengths of all aspects of construction, using hundreds of photographs and illustrations to clarify.

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