Good Boatkeeping: 2,700 Ways to Improve Life Afloat

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McGraw Hill Professional, Sep 9, 2005 - Sports & Recreation - 304 pages

For weekenders, world cruisers, and liveaboard boaters — a wide-ranging compendium of tips and projects to improve boats

Good Boatkeeping is the perfect place to turn for innovative ideas and clear instructions on how to make a good boat even better and the sweet life even sweeter. Now this updated and expanded Second Edition offers you even more inventive approaches and easy-to-implement solutions to everything from anchoring and docking to getting rid of pests.

This stand-out collection of tips and projects is carefully organized by space and activity. Each of its 27 chapters offers 100 suggestions, ideas, and how-to tips for making life onboard an absolute joy. Topics include organizing the galley, engine maintenance, optimizing storage, easier cleaning, greater comfort, and much more.

“Practical, uncomplicated, based on experience.” —WoodenBoat

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Zora Aiken and David Aiken have lived aboard for 25 years, collaborating on many boating articles and several books. Zora has been a contributing editor to several boating magazines and a marine book editor. David is an artist member of the American Society of Marine Artists.

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