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The Complete Yachtmaster

  • The Complete Yachtmaster
Артикул: 00455655
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Автор: Tom Cunliffe
Издательство: Adlard Coles Nautical (все книги издательства)
Место издания: London
ISBN: 978-1-4729-4343-9
Год: 2017
Формат: 170х245
Переплет: Твердая обложка
Страниц: 312
Вес: 960 г
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THE COMPLETE YACHTMASTER has been a bestseller since first publication, and has established itself as the standard reference for Yachtmaster students and skippers at every level of experience. In this fully revised ninth edition, Tom Cunliffe covers all the essentials of modern cruising in one invaluable volume.
Thoroughly updated to keep pace with the latest digital developments in navigation and sail handling systems, this new edition includes information on apps, tablets and phone charts, as well as providing a comprehensive guide to electronic plotters and integrated systems. There is also additional material on cross-tide sailing with GPS and passage planning with chart plotters.

Subjects covered include:
? An analysis of what makes a good skipper
? Meteorology
? The theory and practice of sailing
? Heavy weather and yacht stability
? Day-to-day seamanship
? Coping with emergencies
? Navigation, including apps, chart plotters and PCs
? Crew, health at sea and provisioning
? Passage planning and pilotage
? Engine operation and maintenance

CONTENTS

INTRODUCTION

1 THE SKIPPER

2 THE THEORY OF SAILING
Sails

3 EFFICIENT SAILING
Shaping the headsail
Shaping the mainsail
Sail combinations
Hull balance
Shortening sail
Cruising chutes

4 BASIC SEAMANSHIP UNDER SAIL

Tacking
Gybing
Poling out a genoa
Painless sail reduction
Heaving to Reefing
Single-line reefing
In-mast mainsails
In-boom mainsails
Headsail changes

5 BOAT HANDLING UNDER SAIL

No brakes
Wind awareness
Tide awareness
Sailing slowly
Mooring under sail
Anchoring
Berthing

6 BOAT HANDLING UNDER POWER

Pivoting
Blowing off
Rudder effect
Propeller effects
Moving ahead
The set piece short turn
Motoring astern Berthing
Coming alongside
Leaving an alongside berth
Bow thrusters

7 ROPES AND ROPEWORK

Types of rope Wire halyards
Knots, splices and whippings
Eyes and ends
Rope handling
Tying up
Coming alongside
Towing
Towing with the dinghy

8 ANCHORING

Holding ground
Types of anchor
Types of cable
Weighting the cable
Selecting an anchorage
Laying an anchor
Weighing anchor
Fouled anchors
Anchoring stem- or bow-to
Kedging off Storm anchoring

9 YACHT ENGINES

Basic maintenance
Trouble shooting
Fuel problems

10 SAILING IN HEAVY WEATHER

Preparing the boat
Sails
Steering in waves
Survival tactics

11 NAVIGATION - AN INTRODUCTION

12 CHARTS, PUBLICATIONS AND CHART TABLE TOOLS

Latitude, longitude and the globe
Chart projections
Direction
Scale and passage requirements
Chart symbols
Other information on the chart
Chart datums
Yachting charts
Electronic charts
Chart corrections
The Nautical Almanac
Pilot books and sailing directions
Chart table tools

13 AIDS TO NAVIGATION

Lighthouses
Offshore marks
Inshore marks

14 TIDAL HEIGHTS

Tide tables
Times
Secondary ports
Tidal definitions
Intermediate tidal heights
Tidal curves
Non-astronomical factors in tide movements
The essence of a tidal height question
Using tidal height calculations safely

15 TIDAL STREAMS

Tidal gates
Tide-induced sea states
Information on tidal streams

16 TRADITIONAL NAVIGATIONAL INPUTS

The compass
Variation
Deviation
Heeling error
Local magnetic anomalies
Compass dip
The log
Depth

17 THE ESTIMATED POSITION

Leeway
Plotted vectors
The tide vector
The echo sounder
Plotting
The log book

18 CLASSICAL POSITION FIXING

The eyeball fix and the position line
Sources of position line
Preplotting and use of ship's heading
The running fix
Evaluation of fixes

19 SATELLITES AND RADAR

Global Positioning
System
Chart datums
Beyond the fix
Electronic chart plotters
Marine computers
Radar

20 COURSE SHAPING

Course to steer at the turn of the tide
The longer passage
Leeway
Cross-tide sailing with GPS

21 NAVIGATIONAL STRATEGY

Wind, tide, light and darkness
Wind shifts
Beating in water free of currents
The favoured tack
Unpredicted wind shifts
Anticipated wind shifts
Beating in a cross-current
Beating in a cross-tide
Tacking downwind

22 PASSAGE PLANNING

Charts and overall distances
Alternative destinations
Waypoints
Waypoint lists
Passage planning with chart plotters
Weather
Tidal streams
Traffic Separation Schemes (TSS)
Tidal heights
Daylight
Fuel
Courses to steer
Tactics and strategy
Pilotage plan

23 PILOTAGE

Safe track
Piloting with a plotter
Forward planning

24 PASSAGE NAVIGATION

The passage plan
The passage without electronics
The same passage using GPS and a paper chart
The passage with a plotter

25 DOMESTICS OF A PASSAGE

Food
Sleep
Warmth
Space
Seasickness

26 FOG

Maintain your plot
Fog seamanship
Fog tactics

27 COLLISION AVOIDANCE IN POOR VISIBILITY

Responsibility for lookout AIS
Digital radar
Display options
Simple collision avoidance
MARPA
Top tips for radar collision avoidance

28 TACTICS AND NAVIGATION IN HEAVY WEATHER

Navigation in poor conditions

29 DAMAGE CONTROL

Tool kits and spare parts
Fire prevention and fighting
Jury rigs
Ropes around the propeller
Steering failure
Dismasting

30 EMERGENCIES

Lifeboat rescue
Helicopter rescue
First on the scene
Taking to the liferaft
Pyrotechnics

31 MAN OVERBOARD

The reach-turn-reach
Crash stop
Bringing the casualty aboard
Search and rescue

32 WEATHER

The frontal depression
Mutually exclusive air masses
Air circulation
Depression formation
Depression tracks
Frontal anatomy
Occlusions
Secondary depressions
Locating a low-pressure centre
Wind strengths in depressions
Cyclonic winds
Depressions in the southern hemisphere
High pressure
Fog
Sea breezes
Significant local winds

APPENDIX: STABILITY IN SAILING YACHTS
The GZ curve
INDEX

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