Racing Boat Show Selection

Not Quite Spring Thaw Specials
A curated selection of bargains and gems since winter’s keeping us off the water and covid cancelled the boat show.
by Krause, Soren, ed.
One of the great Olympic sailors, Elvstrom devised a unique, bird's-eye-view approach to explaining the Racing Rules in detail. Discussions have been updated to conform to new Rules, and each is cross-referenced to relevant case studies provided by World Sailing (formerly ISAF). As in previous editions, a set of plastic boats is included, for use during protest hearings, as well as the complete new Rules. A quick-reference guide highlights the latest changes.
240 Pages • softcover • 2020
by Willis, Bryan
10th ed. Willis provides and describes the updated Rules and how they will affect you. This edition also includes: a new chapter on luffing, a new scenario on leeward marks/gates and finishing, and analysis of key and common racecourse situations (from the point of view of each boat). Colour diagrams throughout ensure concepts can be easily understood.
160 Pages • softcover • 2020
by Sail Canada
This handbook contains the current official yacht racing rules as promulgated by the International Sailing Federation.
220 Pages • spiral • 2020
by Perry, Dave & Dave Dellenbaugh
10th ed. Explains all the rules that apply at marks and obstructions Includes the complete text of the 2021-2024 International Sailing Federation (ISAF) Racing Rules of Sailing and US Sailing Prescriptions. Contains over 100 quotes and references to the US Sailing Appeals and ISAF Cases, making it an indispensable resource for all sailors as well as judges and other racing officials. The better you know the rules, the sharper you will be tactically on the racecourse.
392 Pages • softcover • 2020
by Perry, Dave
6th ed. The book highlights specific aspects of the racing rules in an enjoyable format designed to help you become much more familiar with The Racing Rules of Sailing. Increase your knowledge of the rules and your racing will improve dramatically as you gain greater confidence making tactical decisions and maneuvering in close quarters. Based on The Racing Rules of Sailing for 2021-2024, the sixth edition also includes an Advanced Rules Quiz section plus advice on how to be successful in the protest room.
168 Pages • softcover • 2020
by Willis, Bryan
6th ed. This splash-resistant, quick reference guide covers the countdown sequence, right-of-way rules, flags, and other scenarios on and around the race course.
24 Pages • spiral • 2020
by Gladstone, Bill
7th ed. Covers tactics, rules, weather, and strategy in an easy-to-follow format. Offers complete information for neophytes and insights for the more experienced. Quizzes and skill-building sections show how to develop a race-winning approach. Updated to 2009 Racing Rules. A companion volume to "Performance Racing Trim".
183 Pages • softcover • 2010
by Gladstone, Bill
6th ed. A companion to "North U. Racing Tactics", this volume covers sail trim, boat speed, helmsmanship, and boat handling. Subjects include upwind sailing and boat handling, spinnaker handling and trim, and asymmetrical spinnakers. A special "Trim Solutions" section offers answers to the most baffling problems in upwind performance.

208 Pages • softcover • 2003