This month we’ve got a selection of bargains and features to clear the decks for a new year.
by Scott, Simon & Nancy Scott
20th ed.The most popular guide for anyone sailing, diving or fishing the British or U.S. Virgin Islands. This edition is packed with the latest information on navigation (including key GPS coordinates), customs and immigration regulations, weather, communications, marinas, haul-out facilities, chandleries, dive services, shore-side services, shopping and an indispensable wealth of other valuable information and includes COVID-19 protocols, quarantine anchorages, and testing facilities. Many sketch charts, photos, some advertising, and piloting information blended with local history. Spectacular colour aerial photos. Includes a colour planning chart.
348 Pages • softcover • 2021
by Wilson, Matthew
2022 ed. Over 850 updates. Covers the entire 700-mile Bahamian chain plus the Turks and Caicos. A thorough explanation of local geography, climate, weather, and navigation techniques for sailors, as well as tips for planning a cruise, and practical advice for sailing in the area. Each important area of the Bahamas is reviewed with routes, headings, distances, and full waypoint lists provided. This is a new publication from Waterway.
420 Pages • softcover • annual
by Lee, Jonathan
Freshly updated, PORTS is the most complete cruising guide to American and Canadian Lake Ontario destinations and also covers the Thousand Islands as far downriver as Prescott. Inside you'll find sailing directions, town maps, GPS waypoints, full-colour aerial photographs, and hundreds of cruising tips. Plus there's detailed information on anchorages, moorings, yacht clubs, shoreside facilities, and nearby restaurants, shopping, and provisioning outlets. An invaluable resource.
368 Pages • spiral • 2015
$42.95 Save 7% $39.95
by Kenyon, Linda
When her marriage of 25 years ended badly, Linda Kenyon was determined never to put herself in the way of a broken heart again. Enter an extraordinary man. In an act of courage--or foolishness?--Kenyon decided to sell everything and sail the Atlantic with him. This romance-cum-sailing-adventure is about love's rebirth: love for a man, for the sea, for the simplicity of life afloat, and for the beauty of the natural world.
240 Pages • softcover • 2018
$19.95 Save 25% $15.00
by Calder, Nigel
4th ed. Calder's indispensable and thorough manual gives you detailed instructions for maintaining, repairing, and improving every essential system on your boat. Topics include hybrid propulsion systems, distributed power systems, and fuel cells, and the rest of the contents have been completely updated. One of our all-time bestselling titles.
896 Pages • hardcover • 2015
$71.95 Save 10% $64.95
by Heikell, Rod & Andrew O'Grady
3rd ed. This handbook for world cruisers compiles invaluable information for planning ocean passages. Its evaluations include considerations of climate, season, oceanography, and the pros and cons of different options. The book is organized by ocean. It provides relevant information about of formalities and regulations for entering the countries along each route, as well as essential information on key harbours and landfalls.
374 Pages • hardcover • 2022
by Bruce, Peter; Foreword By Robin Knox-Johnston
This book is marked as CLEARANCE. Supplies are very limited. Price subject to availability, normal pricing will resume once we sell out. Which we may already have.7th ed. For 50 years, "Heavy Weather Sailing" has been the standard reference for seamanship in gale conditions, with input by such renowned sailors as Ewan Southby-Tailyour, Alex Whitworth, Lin and Larry Pardey, and Peter Cook. This edition includes updates to the "Expert Advice" section to reflect current tactics, strategies, and best practices. Also revised is the "Taking Refuge" advice and the chapters on preparing for rough weather and the effects of rough weather on yacht design.
309 Pages • hardcover • 2016
$66.00 Save 24% $49.95
by Calder, Nigel
3rd ed. The world's bestselling marine engine maintenance book. Troubleshooting charts, hundreds of exploded drawings, and detailed photos enhance Nigel Calder's lucid explanations of how to care for marine diesel engines and where to look when something goes wrong. This editon includes updated coverage of fuel injection, electronic controls, and other new technologies.
256 Pages • hardcover • 2006
by Wells, Duncan
2nd ed. We don't always have all the crew we might desire, which means devising new ways to accomplish many a nautical manoeuvre. Wells provides clever, original techniques and solutions for handling a range of essential operations when crew is scarce--from setting sails and reefing to picking up mooring buoys in different wind and tide situations--as well as anchoring, berthing, and leaving a dock; picking up a person overboard; sailing in fog and heavy weather; even going up the mast. Organized by activity, the book features step-by-step photos that illustrate exactly how to approach and safely complete each task.
160 Pages • softcover • 2021
$34.00 Save 62% $12.99
by Rodriguez, Nicola
2nd ed. Here's a treasury of practical guidance for would-be adventurers that covers choosing a boat and planning a round-the-world route. Rodriguez paints a realistic picture of the pros and cons of living on a boat and provides information on safety, communications, children, insurance, and budgeting. Her guide is a helpful tool for shaping the voyage of a lifetime.
248 Pages • softcover • 2018
$43.95 Save 20% $35.00
by Evans, Jeremy, Pat Manley & Barrie Smith
2nd ed. This reference is packed with everything you need to know to get the most out of sailing. The authors cover dinghies and yachts, cruising and racing, launching, helming on a trapeze, racing tactics, tides, charts, navigation, anchoring and marina berthing, ropes and flags, boat etiquette and seamanship, safety, emergencies . . . and even more. This revised edition includes updated maps and charts and current information about GPS and new approaches to comunication and first aid at sea.
400 Pages • hardcover • 2019