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Knowledge of metal corrosion and its prevention are vital for the safety and integrity of a boat. This book, intended to be of use to boatowner and boat builder alike, provides advice on common problem areas such as keel bolts and propeller shafts. Engines, outdrives, copper sheathing and chromium plating are examined, and strategies are suggested for reducing or preventing corrosive effects.
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Nigel Warren is a professional naval architect who has designed a variety of craft. He is a regular contributor to the yachting press and has had many papers published in professional journals.Review:
"Corrosion in boats is often considered somewhat of a black art. Not any longer. Metal Corrosion in Boats explains all in easy-to-understand detail... Worth every penny, even if you own a fibreglass boat." Boat Mart (March 2007) "Something we all need to know and ignore at our peril. Of interest to boat owner and boat builder alike. Updated to include the latest techniques and problems. Extremely interesting." Gaffer's Log (December 2006) 'A practical, sensible book by a naval architect of wide-ranging experience.' Ausmarine (January 2007)
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Book Description Adlard Coles Nautical, 1998. Paperback. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0713648694