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Rites of Passage

Author : Royal Cruising Club Pilotage Foundation & Yachting Monthly
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For some, sailing experience is measured through harbours visited and miles logged. But, certain stretches of water pose unique challenges and their reputations hold a strange power in the imagination of all who set sail. Completing one of these passages is an initiation, a rite of passage that leads to respect of others and a new self-confidence. Yachting Monthly, the Royal Cruising Ciub Pilotage Foundation and Imray have collated a dozen or so of the milestone passages through, around and across British waters that should be on every cruising sailor’s to-do list. The resulting Rites of Passage is an inspiring and informative book which will help all sailors, from those new to cruising to the much more experienced, reach those milestones. With a nod to the 1980s book Classic Passages, and published as a series of abridged features in Yachting Monthly magazine from January 2019, the book includes expanded features, illustrated by photographs and pilotage information, about the passages and about the arrival cruising grounds including plans, tide diagrams and other key information. Passages covered include: Falmouth to Isles of Scilly (Sam Llewellyn) Lulworth to Salcombe across Lyme Bay (Megan Clay) Crossing the Thames Estuary (Peter Gibbs) Penzance to Milford Haven across the Bristol Channel (Jane Cumberlidge) West of Scotland to the coast of Northern Ireland (Norman Kean) Solent to Alderney across the Channel (Ros Hogbin) Harwich to Vlissingen across the southern North Sea (Garth Cooper) Falmouth to L’AberWrach (Jason Lawrence) Through Chenal du Four and the Raz de Sein (Nick Chavasse) Orkney to Western Isles round Cape Wrath (Hugh Stewart) Shetland to Bergen across the northern North Sea (Paul Heiney) St Kilda and back (Mary Max) Across Biscay (Madeleine Strobel).

Reeds Nautical Almanac 2017

Author : Perrin Towler
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Available as an ebook exclusively from Bloomsbury.com, Reeds Nautical Almanac is provided in Web PDF format for viewing on all compatible devices (including tablets, laptop and desktop computers). PLEASE NOTE: this ebook is NOT compatible with Amazon Kindle devices. Reeds Nautical Almanac is the indispensable trusted annual compendium of navigational data for yachtsmen and motorboaters, and provides all the information required to navigate Atlantic coastal waters around the whole of the UK, Ireland, Channel Islands and the entire European coastline from the tip of Denmark right down to Gibraltar, Northern Morocco, the Azores and Madeira. The 2017 edition continues the Almanac's tradition of year on year improvement and meticulous presentation of all the data required for safe navigation. Now with an improved layout for easier reference and with over 45,000 annual changes, it is regarded as the bible of almanacs for anyone going to sea. The 2017 edition is updated throughout, containing over 45,000 changes, and incorporates the Reeds Marina Guide. Also available: free supplements of up-to-date navigation changes from January to June at: www.reedsnauticalalmanac.co.uk The digital version (at additional cost) includes: live weather from the Met Office for up to 72 hours ahead, a helpful route planner, a printing facility and much more. "There are some things I would not go to sea without - Reeds is one of them" Sir Chay Blyth "The big, bold, extravagantly comprehensive king of Almanacs" Yachting World "On every cruising boat you'll find one of these. Don't start your engines without it" Motor Boat and Yachting "The bible of almanacs" Classic Boat

Reeds Nautical Almanac 2019

Author : Perrin Towler
File Size : 78.10 MB
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Available as an ebook, Reeds Nautical Almanac is provided in Web PDF (ePDF) format for viewing on all compatible devices (including tablets, laptop and desktop computers). Reeds Nautical Almanac is the indispensable trusted annual compendium of navigational data for yachtsmen and motorboaters, and provides all the information required to navigate Atlantic coastal waters around the whole of the UK, Ireland, Channel Islands and the entire European coastline from the tip of Denmark right down to Gibraltar, Northern Morocco, the Azores and Madeira. The 2019 edition continues the Almanac's tradition of year on year improvement and meticulous presentation of all the data required for safe navigation. Now with an improved layout for easier reference and with over 45,000 annual changes, it is regarded as the bible of almanacs for anyone going to sea. The 2019 edition is updated throughout, containing over 45,000 changes, and includes: 700 harbour chartlets; tide tables and tidal streams; buoyage and lights; 7,500 waypoints; invaluable passage notes; distance tables; radio, weather and safety information; first aid section. The ebook incorporates the Reeds Marina Guide. Also available: free supplements of up-to-date navigation changes from January to June at: www.reedsnauticalalmanac.co.uk

Ardnamurchan to Cape Wrath

Author : Edward Mason
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The area covered by this cruising guide includes the northern section of the West Coast of Scotland from Ardnamurchan Point to Cape Wrath, including the whole of Skye and the Small Isles. The intricate and stunning coastline of lochs and islands offers a rich and varied cruising ground with a multitude of anchorages, many beneath a dramatic backdrop of munros. This third edition, updated by Edward Mason, includes revised text and a selection of new photographs. Details on plans have been updated and include information from Bob Bradfield’s Antares large scale charts. This well-respected title is an essential companion for anyone cruising these waters. “A typical high quality Imray product: clear print on good paper with profuse illustration by chartlet and photography- edited with all the authority of those who have ‘been there’. There is much fine aerial imagery and a robust spiral binding allows open-flat handling, convenient for chart table and cockpit use. An impressive successor to the well-respected originals”. Edward Cartner, Cruising Magazine ‘Like its predecessor, it is comprehensive, with an abundance of information, clear navigational directions, easily read plans and some beautiful photographs.’ Royal Cruising Club.

The Map Collector

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British Books in Print

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