The Annapolis Book of Seamanship

Author(s): John Rousmaniere

Nautical - Seamanship

Since the publication of the widely hailed first edition in 1983, THE ANNAPOLIS BOOK OF SEAMANSHIP has set the standard by which other books on sailing are measured. It is a comprehansive guide to all aspects of seamanship from the the simplest ABC's to the most advanced skills and lastest electronics. As comprehensive and detailed as the book is, the wealth of technical information is presented in a way that is uniquely readable; it is both useful and easy to use. The author John Rousmaniere and artist Mark Smith bring decades of experience both as sailors and as professional comunnicators to this beautifully produced book. From navigation and seamanship to boat and gear maintenance, from pleasure cruising to heavy-weather sailing, here is the definitive, state-of-the-art guide that provides systematic step-by-step techniques to see you through every situation on deck and in the cockpit.

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Chuck Hawley West Marine Products "The Annapolis Book of Seamanship" is thorough, well written, and nicely illustrated. Not just a repeat of tired old sailing methods of thirty years ago, it integrates the classic techniques (storm tactics. navigation) with the modern (Crew Overboard Recovery, modern anchors, and electronics). I highly recommend this book and encourage anyone to buy it if they want to improve their sailing skills.

JOHN ROUSMANIERE has been a sailor for more than forty years, he is one of the sports acknowledged authorities and has written fifteen technical and historical books. MARK SMITH is a commercial artist and art director, as well as being a lifelong sailor.

General Fields

  • : 9781451650198
  • : Simon & Schuster
  • : Simon & Schuster
  • : January 2014
  • : 275mm X 215mm
  • : United States
  • : January 2014
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : Hardback
  • : 4th Revised edition
  • : en
  • : 623.88
  • : 416
  • : Illustrationsstrations
  • : John Rousmaniere