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Author:
Stephen Fishman
ISBN13:
978-0713653816
ISBN:
0713653817
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Publisher:
Seafarer Books (December 21, 1999)
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Subcategory:
Home Improvement & Design
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1283 kb
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1974 kb
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Fishman, Stephen J. Publication date. Dobbs Ferry, NY : Sheridan House. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books.

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Fishpond United States, Boat Improvements for the Practical Sailor: Over 20 Easy Do-it- yourself Projects to. .This is a wonderful book as it is written for the amateur who has no special training in many of the areas discussed

Books online: Boat Improvements for the Practical Sailor: Over 20 Easy Do-it- yourself Projects to Enhance your Board plus a Guide to Tools & Materials - no special skills required, 1999, Fishpond. This is a wonderful book as it is written for the amateur who has no special training in many of the areas discussed. It is also concise and clearly written, and is accompanied by myriad of drawings.

Stephen J. Fishman owns and operates a marine repair and maintenance . Hardcover: 160 pages. Pretty specific ideas for the authors boat, many of which don't carry over to other designs

Stephen J. Fishman owns and operates a marine repair and maintenance company on the Gulf Coast. He is the writer and illustrator of monthly repair columns for Telltales Magazine and Gulf Coast Moorings, and he has contributed articles to both Yachting and SAIL magazines. He lives with his wife aboard Lady Greyhawke in Kemah, Texas. Publisher: Sheridan House (June 25, 1999). Pretty specific ideas for the authors boat, many of which don't carry over to other designs. If you are looking for DIY projects, you would be better served with other sources, such as Casey, Mate, and Bingham (Cruising World).

Stephen Fishman (Goodreads Author). Published June 25th 1999 by Sheridan House (first published June 1st 1999). John Konrad rated it it was ok Sep 27, 2014.

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Consultant & Independent Contractor Agreements. ISBN 9780873374576 (978-0-87337-457-6) Softcover, Nolo, 1998. Coauthors & Alternates. Learn More at LibraryThing. STEPHEN FISHMAN at LibraryThing. Results page: 1 2 NEXT.

  • This book would probably get more stars from someone who has a boat in the 25' and up class, as most of the projects are for larger sailboats. I'm a trailer sailor (Potter 19) so most of the improvements described in the book don't work for me. It's a well-done book, though, with good descriptions and excellent illustrations, and a brief but useful introduction on the tools and materials required for boat repair. Among the projects discussed are: upgrading the galley .. converting to refrigeration .. running control lines to the cockpit .. converting a traveler to line control .. constructing sun shades .. maintaining and repairing bilge pump .. insulating the engine compartment .. increasing battery power .. installing a second shorepower inlet .. creating a dockside water connection .. adding a television/telephone input .. installing a TV .. cockpit speakers and stereos .. relocating a VHF .. installing polyethylene shelves in the head and galley .. storage space beneath the settee .. installing a V-berth cedar closet .. leather steering wheel cover .. leather chafe gear .. waxing and polishing decks and hulls .. refinishing wood with Cetol

  • Middle of the pack when it comes to boat upgrade options. Pretty specific ideas for the authors boat, many of which don't carry over to other designs. If you are looking for DIY projects, you would be better served with other sources, such as Casey, Mate, and Bingham (Cruising World).

  • I bought one of these Sail Improvement Project Books. I wanted to tell you how GOOD this book is. I'm an engineer and a sailor and I love to work on boats and read about them. This is one of those RARE books that comes along now and again that really adds value. I'm serious, this is well written. I've cruised smaller sailboats (28-28 footers) for a decade now and every single project this author writes about is dedicated to the craft of upgrading a sailboat to make it more convenient, safe and livable. It is written in a no-nonsense style, all diagrams make sense and all chapters are purposeful. I'm really happy I got this book.
    Just wanted to tell you all how happy I am with this book. If you want to upgrade your boat to make it really convenient for the Captain, this is your book!