By Peter Bruce
Wight Hazards, which complements the well-known Solent Hazards, provides a fund of interesting and useful wisdom for those who venture by sea to the enchanting but exposed south side of the Isle of Wight. Accurate and detailed information on the obvious and less obvious dangers is supplied in the form of text, aerial and sea level photographs, taken at extreme low water tides, that greatly enhance the scant information available from other sources.
Racing yachts will gain a tremendous advantage from this information. Moreover, motor or sailing yatchtsmen, in search of peaceful new anchorages or landing places, will be tempted by this book to explore an especially interesting coast, which they may have previously overlooked.
The fourth edition of this original book adds yet more new information.