Boating 101: Essential Lessons for Boaters

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McGraw Hill Professional, Apr 18, 1999 - Sports & Recreation - 213 pages
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No boater should leave the dock without reading this unique guide to the basics of boating. Roger Siminoff's decades of experience are boiled down into valuable, even life-saving advice on safety aboard...navigation...anchoring...dinghies...maintenance... sailing at night...and heavy weather.

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Roger Siminoff has been boating for nearly four decades, ever since his first hair-raising experience sailing a Sunfish. He has voyaged extensively throughout the Western Hemisphere and teaches marine navigation. In 1993, he designed the marine navigation system for the Universal Pictures film Waterworld.

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