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Reeds Skipper's handbook. For sail and power. 6th edition. Справочник шкипера. Для яхт и катеров

Артикул: 00816725
в желания В наличии
Автор: Malcolm Pearson
Издательство: Adlard Coles Nautical (все книги издательства)
Место издания: London
ISBN: 978-1-4081-2477-2
Год: 2010
Формат: 110x165
Переплет: Мягкая обложка
Страниц: 204
Вес: 395 г
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The Reed's Skipper's Handbook, now in its 6th edition, has been a bestseller since first publication. A handy pocket size, it is an aide-memoire of everything a boater would need to know at sea. Packed with a wide range of information in a concise form it is frequently recommended by Yachtmaster Instructors as a quick reference guide and as a revision aid for anyone taking their Day Skipper and Yachtmaster certificates. The 6th edition has been expanded with helpful new material on boat handling, tides, ropework and general seamanship. 'A terrific little volume' Motorboat & Yachting '
A brilliant guide for beginners and an excellent refresher for more advanced skippers...a top rate book' Waterstones 'Everything you would need to know when going to sea in a yacht or small boat...a humdinger of a little book' Nautical Magazine Reeds Skipper's Handbook is a must for anyone going to sea in any size of boat - be they novice or old hand.
Many thousands of skippers and crew have found it invaluable as a memory jogger and fresher whether at sea or on land.

Position and distance
Latitude and longitude
Mercator charts
Great circles and gnomonic charts
Measuring distance
Plotting position
Chart symbols
Chart correction
Direction and compass
Checking the compass
Compass conversion
Cause of leeway
Allowing for leeway
Tides and tidal streams
Tidal patterns
Tidal streams
Tidal definitions
Effect of tidal streams
Tidal stream information
Tidal streams - interpolation
Coastal tidal streams
Course to steer
Course to steer - short period
longer passages
Sailing to windward
EP - Estimated position
Fixing position
Taking fixes
Using transits
Running fixes
Electronic navigation
Using GPS
Electronic chart systems
AIS radar
The Automatic Identification System
Tidal curves
Standard ports
Secondary ports
Rule of Twelfths
Anomalies - South coast
Finding depths
Reduction to soundings
Finding depth to anchor
Anchoring - depth by echo sounder
Depth and clearance below the keel
Distance off
MHWS/Distance off
Rising or dipping lights
The sextant
Index error
Distance off
Vertical sextant angle
Clearance under bridges
Charted clearance 98 MHWS
Rules of the Road
Steering and sailing rules
Lights and daymarks
Sound signals
Buoys and marks
Light characteristics
SOLAS regulations Passage planning
Safety and distress
Distress flares GMDSS/EPIRB VHF distress signals Personal safety Helicopter rescue Life saving signals Man overboard MOB
- sailing boat without engine
- sailing boat using engine
- motor cruisers
Phonetic alphabet/Morse code Flags
Weather patterns Wind belts
Anticyclones and depressions
Weather maps
Local winds
Katabatic winds/fog
Beaufort scale
Shipping forecasts
Other weather forecasts
Anchoring and mooring
Anchors Anchoring Mooring alongside Leaving a berth
Sails and wind
How sails work The'slot'effect Apparent wind Points of sailing
Knots, bends and hitches
Knots and hitches Hitches Bends
Cleating sheets and halyards Rope - characteristics and uses
Inland waterways
Licences/Equipment Buoyage and traffic lights Rules of the Road Locks
Signals and signs
European Inland waterways
Log check
Measured distance Checking speed and distance
Facts and figures
Times, speed, distance/ЕТА/ Tidal stream
Distance off/Conversions/Sun movement
Distance off Range of lights
International Port Traffic Signals inside back cover

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