Sail and Power: A Manual of Seamanship for the United States Naval Academy
Naval Institute Press, 1979 - Sailing - 406 pages
This book covers everything from small vessels commonly used by civilian sailors to the most advanced types of boats and equipment on the market. 1991.
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Basic rowing 12
Basic hull stability 15
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