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ePub Sailing for Beginners download
Author:
Jeff Toghill
ISBN13:
978-0730100836
ISBN:
0730100839
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Publisher:
Reed Books PTY LTD; n.e. edition (1974)
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Subcategory:
Water Sports
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1511 kb
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Author: Jeff Toghill ISBN 10: 0730100839. Title: Sailing for Beginners Item Condition: used item in a good condition. This is a beginners' sailing guide. It aims to cater equally for the young enthusiast with a first dinghy and for yacht owners. All used books sold by Book Fountain. See all 2 pre-owned listings. By (author) Jeff Toghill. Starting with sails and rigging, he covers how to get underway, sailing positions, boat handling, balancing, spinnakers, ropes and cordage.

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Conveyed via humour in the first person. Sailing for Beginners’ – Jeff Toghill. Also set in Louisiana, our hero is hired by a TV starlet to find out her family’s medical history. A short, easy-to-follow on the basics of sailing. You won’t win the America’s Cup right after you read it but you’ll gain basic knowledge and terminology (so that’s what ‘tacking’ means). The God of Small Things’ – Arundhati Roy. Won the Booker prize. He finds a little more than he bargained for. ‘Timeline’ – Michael Critchon. A pretty gory, no holds bar time-travel story. Fast-paced (except for the explanation of quantum mechanics) but every page is great.

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When the sailing bug bites, one of the first questions the would-be sailor asks himself is : how to go about it? Sailing for Beginners caters equally for the young enthusiast with his first dinghy and the successful business man with his newly acquired yacht. Mr Toghill gives basic but comprehensive information about sailing boats of all sizes and classes. Starting with sails and rigging, he covers how to get underway, sailing positions, boat handling, balancing, spinnakers, ropes and cordage. As the beginning-sailor gets a grip of the fundamentals, the author introduces him to other aspects of sailing: the rule of the road and the problems of heavy weather and emergencies. Every man, woman or youngster who delights in the superlative joys of wind and water--no matter what shape or size of boat they sail--will here find an invaluable introduction to sailing technique. Jeff Toghill, a graduate of the School of Navigation, Southampton University, lives in Sydney where he conducts his Schools of Sailing and Navigation. He has had more than thirty-five years of practical experience in all types of small craft and is the author of sixteen books, many of which are published internationally. He writes extensively for magazines in Australian television and radio. His practice as a marine consultant gives him a close insight into the boating industry and keeps him up to date with the latest trends.