A pocket database of everything a busy skipper needs to know but might find hard to remember. It is designed as an aide-memoire with checklists to make life easier for busy skippers and a must-have reference for first-time skippers.
By: Basil Mosenthal|Sara Hopkinson
This is an aide--memoir of things that a skipper of a yacht or motor boat need to know and may find hard to remember. It contains information in notes form on the collision regulations, weather, chartwork, seamanship, navigation, flags and much more. Many have found the book a useful revision aid for the Yachtmaster and Day Skipper courses.
A pocket database containing everything a busy skipper needs to know but might find hard to remember. It is easy to take for granted how much a skipper needs to know : Navigation, how to pilot the boat into a new harbour, using the radio, checking the engine, keeping an eye out for things that need repair, monitoring the weather, feeding the crew and much, much more! This pocketbook is designed as an aide-memoire with checklists to make life easier for busy skippers and a must-have reference for first-time skippers. It should also prove an invaluable reference book for the RYA Yachtmaster syllabus. The book has been helping skippers for nearly 20 years and has now been edited and thoroughly updated by Yachtmaster Instructor and Examiner, Sara Hopkinson. (RYA and Yachtmaster are registered trademarks of the Royal yachting Association.)
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