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Little Ship - Big TriplsbtBKcovX130
by Diane Andrews

Available in: Downloadable Ebook

A tiny, leaking sailboat with no maps, compass or radio makes a long voyage sailing along the dangerous New South Wales coast and Great Barrier Reef in Australia. Includes 4 b/w photos and map illustrations.


A Tanimbar ExperienceateBKcovX130
by Russ Swan

Available in: Paperback

A yacht with inexperienced crew visits the remote Tanimbar Islands in Indonesia, encountering stormy seas, ancient cultures and a wonderful village people. Includes b/w photographs and illustrated maps. Contains several b/w photographs, illustrated maps and a comprehensive glossary of nautical terms.


Lowana Comes to DarwinlctdBKcovX130
by Russ Swan

Available in: Paperback

An inexperienced yacht owner is faced with the daunting prospect of getting his boat back home in Australia. Ahead lies dangerous coral reefs through the Great Barrier Reef, a fickly Gulf of Carpentaria and the open waters of the Arafura Sea. Contains b/w photographs, illustrated maps and a comprehensive glossary of nautical terms.


The Longest Voyagetlvfrontcov_icon
(or how I learned to hate yachts)
by James Anderson

Available in: Paperback

A young man fired by a spirit of adventure with absolutely no knowledge about sailboats, takes his family on a yacht through through the inland river canals of France to the Mediterranean Sea. It proves to be disastrous. Includes a map illustration.


A Guide to Cruising Northern Australia -cnaBKcovX130
Cairns to Darwin
by Leslie P. Richards

Available in: Paperback

A complete sailing guide covering the tropical coast of Australia from Cairns in Queensland to Darwin in the Northern Territory.

Typical anchorage discussion contains useful but hard-to-get information including but not limited to relevant charts and tide tables, navigation lights, beacons or leads, depths, dangers, routes of access, identifiable features and landmarks, anchor "holding" and "comfort" factors (e.g. swell, tide race, weather etc) plus details of local facilities if any are available. It also identifies rescue groups and how to contact them. Contains "mud-map" illustrations.


A Guide to Cruising Northern Australia -CNA2frontcover_small
Darwin to Carnarvon
by Leslie P. Richards

Available in: Paperback

A complete sailing guide covering the tropical coast of Australia from Darwin in the Northern Territory to Carnarvon in Western Australia.

Typical anchorage discussion contains useful but hard-to-get information including but not limited to relevant charts and tide tables, navigation lights, beacons or leads, depths, dangers, routes of access, identifiable features and landmarks, anchor "holding" and "comfort" factors (e.g. swell, tide race, weather etc) plus details of local facilities if any are available. It also identifies rescue groups and how to contact them. Contains "mud-map" illustrations.


 

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