Storm Tactics Handbook: Modern Methods of Heaving-to for Survival in Extreme Conditions

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Waterline, 1996 - Boats and boating - 171 pages
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Few sailors are more aware of the importance of survival techniques at sea than the authors. They have spent the last 14 years sailing around the world and crossing the vastness of the great oceans in a thirty-foot yacht. On several occasions they have survived severe storms by applying the techniques advocated in this book. Their tactics could be a life-saving and may provide peace-of-mind to many offshore sailors.

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About the author (1996)

Lin, with her husband Larry is world renowned for her sailing exploits. Author of eleven best selling books on sailing and seamanship, several hundred articles which have been translated into five different languages, she has been keynote speaker in at the Pacific Northwest center of the Sea, the University of Houston Woman's Forum and Egyptian commission on future tourism. Her previous book, Bull Canyon, a memoir published in 2013 received three literary awards

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