|The Atlantic Crossing Guide (6th Edition) - Preparation, Passages and Associated Cruising Grounds|
|Wednesday, 16 March 2011 11:00|
By Jane Russell
From Baird Maritime:
Bigger, better, more extensive, more detailed and much better illustrated than before, this edition of the Guide must be getting close to perfect.
It is a typical example of what can be produced with the benefit of the refinement afforded by six editions. As with so many similar books, while produced primarily for yachtsmen, it is equally attractive to commercial mariners.While the routes described tend to focus on the warmer, central Atlantic area, even the more direct, but colder, northern routes are detailed.
The book distils a tremendous amount of hard won experience. This is presented very simply, clearly and, indeed, expansively. It is very easy to use. It is also very inspiring and enjoyable to read.
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