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by Paul Heiney,Libby Purves

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Author:
Paul Heiney,Libby Purves
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978-0851774435
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0851774431
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Adlard Coles Nautical; 1st British edition (May 21, 1987)
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Libby Purves and Paul Heiney introduce you to the joys and hazards of choosing the boat most likely to fulfill your pleasure requirements

Libby Purves and Paul Heiney introduce you to the joys and hazards of choosing the boat most likely to fulfill your pleasure requirements. At boat shows you can see many hundreds of different types of boat that are currently for sale, but once you have identified your special needs the selection becomes quite critical. Where could I keep her? Can all the family sleep aboard in comfort?

Authors: Purves, Libby & Heiney, Paul. How to Find the Perfect Boat. Title: How to Find the Perfect Boat.

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Broadcaster and author Libby Purves, 44, was born in London Paul Heiney, 45, was born in Sheffield.

Broadcaster and author Libby Purves, 44, was born in London. In 1978 she became the first woman presenter of the Today programme, and she has presented Radio 4's Midweek for 10 years. She has written 11 books; her latest, How Not To Be A Perfect Family, was published last week. Paul Heiney, 45, was born in Sheffield. A former presenter of That's Life, he has run a 40- acre organic farm near Aldeburgh since 1990. He writes the Farmers' Diary every Saturday in the Times. He married Libby Purves in February 1980; they have two children, Nicholas, 11, and Rose, nine.

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Find sources: "Libby Purves" – news · newspapers · books · scholar · JSTOR . Purves is married to broadcaster Paul Heiney. Elizabeth Mary Purves. The couple has one surviving child. Paul Heiney has been a radio broadcaster or television reporter in the United Kingdom for over forty years, but remains best-known as a former presenter of That's Life! Anita Anand is a British-Indian radio and television presenter and journalist.

Elizabeth Mary "Libby" Purves, OBE is a British radio presenter, journalist . Our magic isn't perfect Libby Purves. Connected to: Paul Heiney BBC Radio 4 Beechwood Sacred Heart School.

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If you have ever sat on a beach or river bank and hankered for the thrill of a racing dinghy or longed to cruise gently over the horizon under a cloud of coloured canvas, then this little book could be your final seduction. Libby Purves and Paul Heiney introduce you to the joys and hazards of choosing the boat most likely to fulfill your pleasure requirements. At boat shows you can see many hundreds of different types of boat that are currently for sale, but once you have identified your special needs the selection becomes quite critical. Where could I keep her? Can all the family sleep aboard in comfort? Will it be safe? - just some of the questions you should ask yourself before buying your first floating friend. The answers to these and many other points are written with humour and candour by two of Britain's most popular journalists and broadcasters. Where the water is - places to sail Sailboards Car-toppers Fast dinghies Steady dinghies Cruisers without lids Pocket cruisers, baby racers and trailer-sailers Little ships Ten questions to ask yourself before buying a motorboat Meeting the folks - clubs and chaps Learning the ropes - courses, wet and dry Getting the gear - chandlery What are little boats made of? How not to buy a boat - hire, charter and flotilla.