4 edition of Sailing craft found in the catalog.
Richard George Mathews
|Statement||by R. G. Mathews, illustrated by the author.|
|LC Classifications||VM57 .M365|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||[iv], 161 p.|
|Number of Pages||161|
|LC Control Number||34033308|
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Out of 5 stars Sailing Craft by Edwin J. Schoettle is the perfect book for model boat builders Reviewed in the United States on March 6, I discovered this large collection of plans and stories of the many types of sailboats and a few powerboats in /5(1).
Thirty years have passed since the publication of Robert H. Burgess's classic Chesapeake Sailing Craft, and while the original edition of this book has been out of print for many years, this new expanded edition brings alive the author's photographs and recollections for a new generation of readers.5/5(2).
The Craft of Sail: A Primer of Sailing Paperback – January 1, by Jan E. Adkins (Author) out of 5 stars 22 ratings. See all 6 formats and editions Hide other formats and /5(22). Howard I. Chapelle () was an American naval architect, and curator of maritime history at the Smithsonian Institution.
In addition, he authored many books and articles books on maritime history and marine architecture, including Yacht Designing and Planning, Boatbuilding: A Complete Handbook of Wooden Boat Construction, The History of American Sailing Ships,The History of the American Cited by: This book is the first to set down in one place all of the considerations that go into making self-steering work.
The author has in mind all types of sailing craft, from the smallest to the largest, and all types of self-steering systems - sheet-to-tiller arrangements, vane gears, and electronic by: 1.
Self-Steering for Sailing Craft by John S. Letcher Jr. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Some wear on the front spine hinge (1/2 inch), light sunning on the top edge and front right corner has wear on it.
The DJ is unclipped with edgewear, tear on bottom flap edge. "This is a book about men and boats, about the peculiar magic and special experience that is sailing." ; B&W Illustrations; Large 8vo 9" - 10" tall; pages.
From the author of Yacht Designing and Planning and Boatbuilding: the definitive history and survey of the great classic American small sailing craft. American Small Sailing Craft (originally published ) is considered the classic among small-boat builders and historians.
In it Chapelle has documented many fast-vanishing working boats, making this the authoritative history of a passing Brand: Norton, W. & Company, Inc.
this is the classic book on self-steering for sailing craft. The huge self-steering monitors hanging off the stern and auto pilot are, in most cases, not necessary. Letcher shows how to arrange attachments to your tiller and sheet lines that will make the boat steer herself with regard to the wind or in regard to a course/5.
American Small Sailing Craft (originally published ) is considered the classic among small-boat builders and historians. In it Chapelle has documented many fast-vanishing working boats, making this the authoritative history of a passing maritime fleet/5. American small sailing craft, their design, development, and construction by Chapelle, Howard Irving and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Ursula LeGuin said in her introduction to Steering the Craft: A Twenty-first-Century Guide to Sailing the Sea of Story that it "is not a book for beginners.
Its meant for people who have already worked hard at their writing." I think LeGuin sold her book short/5. Buy a cheap copy of American Small Sailing Craft book by Howard Irving Chapelle. From the author of Yacht Designing and Planning and Boatbuilding: the definitive history and survey of the great classic American small sailing craft.
American Free shipping over $Cited by: About this Item: W.W. Sailing craft book & Co., New York, Hard Cover. Condition: Very Good. Later Printing. pages. ".a collection of over plans of small sailing craft used in coastwise trade and occupations during the days of sail and the history of these vessels.
American Sailing Craft book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers/5(7). Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Mathews, Richard George, Sailing craft. London, Eyre and Spottiswoode,  (OCoLC) Get this from a library. Sailing ships and sailing craft.
[George Goldsmith Carter; Bill Robertshaw] -- Traces the history of all kinds and sizes of sailing craft from the earliest Egyptian vessels to.
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Hardback. Condition: Very Good. 1st edition. American Sailing Craft by Howard I Chapelle. Published by Bonanza Books, New York, NY, 1st Edition1st Printing.
Hardbound, no DJ. Size 8vo (up to /2'' tall). Condition: Nr Fine. Pgs. ISBN LCCN A sailing ship uses sails, mounted on two or more masts, to harness the power of wind and propel the is a variety of sail plans that propel sailing ships, employing square-rigged or fore-and-aft sails.
Some ships carry square sails on each mast—the brig and full-rigged ship, said to be "ship-rigged" when there are three or more masts. We’re Sailing Down The Nile. In We’re Sailing Down The Nile: A Journey through Egypt, children will learn about market towns, cities, museums, pharaohs, and story is written in rhyme, and the illustrations are simple and colourful.
After the main story is a map with additional information about each of the places that were passed while sailing down the Nile. Bibliographical references included in Foreword (p.
xv-xviii) American small sailing craft, their design, development, and constructionPages: The ASC or Admiralty Sailing Craft (sometimes incorrectly called Admiralty Sea Cadet) is a purpose built, rugged GRP or wood sailing dinghy, historically with gunter rig, with a bermuda rig optional, designed for use by UK naval and sea cadet establishments as a pulling or sailing dinghy.
It is a substantial craft, usually left on a mooring in quiet waters rather than being slipway : 1–8. Wooden Sailing Craft in the Virgin Islands. likes. Information about wooden boats in the virgin islands, native sloops, schooners, pleasure boats and yachts from around to John Vigor's The Seaworthy Offshore Sailboat is the best book you can read when shopping for the right sailboat to take offshore or to learn how to upgrade your own sailboat for offshore sailing or extended cruising.; Chapman's Piloting & Seamanship for 65 editions and almost a century has been the classic tome about virtually everything related to boats - the book many older sailors grew up Author: Tom Lochhaas.
Sailing craft synonyms, Sailing craft pronunciation, Sailing craft translation, English dictionary definition of Sailing craft. n a large sailing vessel Noun 1. sailing ship - a vessel that is powered by the wind; often having several masts sailing vessel barque, bark - a sailing.
American Small Sailing Craft (originally published ) is considered the classic among small-boat builders and historians. In it Chapelle has documented many fast-vanishing working boats, making this the authoritative history of a passing maritime fleet.4/5(1).
Sailing employs the wind—acting on sails, wingsails or kites—to propel a craft on the surface of the water (sailing ship, sailboat, windsurfer, or kitesurfer), on ice or on land over a chosen course, which is often part of a larger plan of navigation.
A course defined with respect to the true wind direction is. Classic American Sailing Craft, Camden, Maine. 2, likes talking about this. Celebrating and promoting America's proud sailing heritage and tradition.
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by by Howard Howard Chappell Page to. I've wanted to. A point of sail is a sailing craft's direction of travel under sail in relation to the true wind direction over the surface. The principal points of sail roughly correspond to 45° segments of a circle, starting with 0° directly into the wind.
For many sailing craft 45° on either side of the wind is a "no-go" zone, where a sail is unable to mobilize power from the wind. The points of sail at which sailing craft can achieve highest speeds span between a beam reach (90° to the true wind) and a broad reach (about ° away from the true wind).
Normal cruising boats yachts can sail at about 45° off the apparent wind (50° to 60° off the true wind).High performance racing yachts at about 27° (35° off the true wind).
A biography of famous canoe and boat builder J. Henry Rushton, of Canton, NY. Rushton was one of the founders of the ACA, which had its roots in decked canoe sailing.
This book includes good information on decked sailing canoes, with photos and plans (albeit flawed) for several of Rushton's sailing canoes. Sail and Power. By Uffa Fox. The Paperback of the Steering the Craft: A Twenty-First-Century Guide to Sailing the Sea of Story by Ursula K.
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Le Guin lays out ten chapters that address the most fundamental components of narrative, from the sound of 4/5(7). White Sound Press is pleased to announce the re-publication of the classic book on Bahamian Sailing Craft by William R. Johnson, Jr. First published in and long out of print, this second edition replicates the first and includes a new section on Haitian sloops.
It features beautiful line art and hand lettered text. This is the only book devoted exclusively to Bahamian sailing craft their. Classic American Sailing Craft, Camden, Maine. 1, likes talking about this. Celebrating and promoting America's proud sailing heritage and tradition. Free Books Dashew Offshore, Beowulf Publishing, and the FPB team have been blessed with the support of the cruising community for many years, and we’d like to return the favor in a small way.
We are making Mariner’s Weather Handbook, Surviving the Storm, Practical Seamanship and Offshore Cruising Encyclopedia available for free as PDF files. This sailing classic, first published inis now available as an e-book. Sailing has come a long way in terms of technology and creature comforts since the author’s voyages more than 30 years ago with her husband, Chris Knight, aboard Leucothea, their Bermuda 30 ketch.
NOVEL AERIAL SAILING CRAFT BY I. E. GLENVILLE. IN a secluded spot near Little Mountain, Ohio, Mr. W. E. Irish, an electrical and mechanical engineer, has for several weeks been experimenting with an aerial sailing craft of two-man capacity, which he asserts is the result of years of experimental study.