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The sailing mystique : the challenges and rewards of a life under sail.

Robinson, Bill.
(1995)  | 9780924486630 | Seafarer Books | pbk. | book | 256pp
AUD 20.95 (inc. GST), AUD 19.05 (ex. GST),
This is a delightful collection of sailing stories which Bill Robinson has culled for a lifetime of writing about boats and the sea. Starting with his observations on the rewards and challenges of sailing, he takes us from the early days under sail through many wonderful cruising and racing adventures;...

The sailor's weather guide.

Markell, Jeff.
(1996)  | 9780924486913 | Seafarer Books | pbk. | book | 285pp
AUD 25.95 (inc. GST), AUD 23.59 (ex. GST),
An alarming number of boating accidents are caused by ignorance of and failure to prepare for bad weather. This book tells the amateur exactly where to get the latest weather information and how to interpret and use it.

Socialist register 91.

Bailey, Anthony.
(1995)  | 9780850364507 | Seafarer Books | hbk. | book | 358pp
AUD 20.95 (inc. GST), AUD 19.05 (ex. GST),
The New England coast, a small cruising sloop, warm winds - and Anthony Bailey'sstorytelling powers. "Lochinvar" sails the waters between eastern Long Islandand the tip of Cape Cod, poking into deep harbours and shallow ponds, andexploring the present life of the coast.

Return to murmansk.

Swain, Henry.
(1995)  | 9780850364521 | Seafarer Books | hbk. | book | 245pp
AUD 32.95 (inc. GST), AUD 29.95 (ex. GST),
In 1990, Henry Swain sailed his 34-foot yacht Callisto to Murmansk. He had been there once before, 45 years earlier, on a Royal Navy warship escorting American merchant vessels supplying vital aid to the Soviets. U-boats lay in wait off the Russian coast and the Luftwaffe threatened attacks from bases...

Return to murmansk.

Swain, Henry.
(1995)  | 9780850364538 | Seafarer Books | pbk. | book | 245pp
AUD 21.95 (inc. GST), AUD 19.95 (ex. GST),
Henry Swain first went to Murmansk in 1945 when he was in the Royal Navy, thisis the story of his return voyage, this time as a summer cruise, negotiating athousand miles of rocky coastline and the North Cape and the dreaded BarentsSea. His was the first British yacht to make the journey.

 

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