Hammick buys her provisions wholesale and her tools secondhand. She finds small but stout ocean-cruising sailboats in forgotten backwaters at half normal prices. She sails oceans with only rudimentary electronics to supplement age-old navigation instruments, and she shows you how to do it, too, with down-to-earth advice drawn from the author's eight Atlantic crossings.
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"... has become highly praised as an essential guide for all those planning a bluewater voyage, whether on a budget or not." -- Sailing Inland and Offshore
"A wealth of practical experience and knowledge presented in a concise, logical, easy-to-read manner... If it doesn't save you many times its cost-both in money and aggravation-I'll be surprised." -- The Ensign
"An invaluable aid for the first-time passage maker. Even if you feel you're not quite ready, the book makes for interesting reading and will undoubtedly be the impetus to make it happen." -- American Sailor
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Book Description Mcgraw-Hill, 1991. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110071580123
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