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This is a reference book for all power, sail, working and pleasure boats to serve as a practical aid for the average mechanic, engineer, boatbuilder, yachtsman or naval achitect. The author discusses propeller selection, installation and speed and offers charts and graphs that will enable the user to analyse the speed and powering characteristics of a boat with relation to its propeller requirements. David Geer is a naval architect specialising in the design of yachts and commercial craft to 180 feet. He has worked on a wide range of vessels and is now the owner of his own design firm.
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All these questions and more are answered in this complete reference--the first of its kind.
"We have highly recommended the Propeller Handbook to our distributors and repair stations, and have multiple office copies that our sales people refer to."--Michigan Wheel Corporation
"This book will answer almost every propeller-related question you're likely to come across."--Ensign
"Without doubt the definitive reference for selecting, installing, and understanding boat propellers."--Royal Navy Sailing Association Journal
"This book is for everyone who has ever had to make a decision about a propeller: mechanics, boatbuilders, boat service yard owners, boat owners, as well as naval architects. Dave Gerr and International Marine made a complicated topic understandable and put it into a handbook that is easy to use."--WoodenBoatAbout the Author:
Dave Gerr is a naval architect specializing in the design of yachts and commercial craft to 180 feet. He has worked on vessels ranging from 440-foot cruise ships to a 60-foot BOC racer, a 60-mph jet-drive runabout, a 7-knot, 25-foot cruising motor launch, 100-foot aluminum motoryachts, and an assortment of 40- and 50-foot auxiliaries and motorsailers.
Owner of his own design firm, Gerr is a graduate of Westlawn School of Yacht Design and has studied physics at New York University and industrial design at Pratt Institute. He has a particular fascination with the relationship between science and art, function and beauty, and finds in naval architecture a rewarding harmony among these.
Dave Gerr's articles on boat design have appeared in Cruising World, Ocean Navigator, SAIL, Yachting, and WoodenBoat. He is a contributing editor for Boatbuilder and Offshore magazines. He is the author of The Nature of Boats and The Elements of Boat Strength, both published by International Marine.
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Book Description Adlard Coles Nautical, 1989. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. First Edition. A very good copy bound in the publisher's laminated hardcover binding: firm, clean, square and tight with no underlining or splits, just mildly shelf-worn with a former owner name at the endpaper. Seller Inventory # 064943
Book Description Nautical Books, 1989. Hard Cover. Condition: Very Good. Seller Inventory # 048396
Book Description Nautical Books, 1989. Condition: Good. This is an ex-library book and may have the usual library/used-book markings inside.This book has hardback covers. In good all round condition. Seller Inventory # 5114990
Book Description Condition: gebraucht; wie neu. Hardcover, Grossformat, wie neu, ungelesener Zustand. Seller Inventory # 32-15-5