by Coles; Harrap .
Written in English
|Statement||illustrated by Roy Glanville.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||64|
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All you need is a competitive spirit and a little help from Getting Started in Sailboat Racing. "Cort and Stearns deftly break down racing, from start to finish, into basic elements, making the sport more accessible by giving the novice a strong understanding of the fundamentals this book should be required reading for anyone wanting to get out on the course/5(48). Learn to Sail is a jargon-free book, allowing complete novices to get out on the water with the minimum of fuss. As well as learning how to sail, there’s advice on safety, rigging, launching, recovery and capsizing/5(24). Pros: A great introduction to sailing, enough to jumpstart your knowledge. The illustrations are great and give the book a handcraft feel. Cons: The book could easily be international but makes brief references to the USA geography and weather patterns, sometimes not disclosing that its talking about the USA/5. your face, sail full, cutting swiftly from point to point through the water.. Sailing can set you free on the water and provide hours of fun and recreation, but it also requires some basic knowledge and ex-periencej Sailing.
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