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Storm Tactics Handbook

  • Author: Lin & Larry Pardey
  • Lifesaving Information in a Detailed, Practical Presentation
  • Format: Paperback, Pages: 256, Published: July 2008, Edition: 3rd
  • Item #: 
    050219
    Brand: 
    Paradise Cay
    Model #: 

    978-1929214471

    Packaged Weight: 
    1.50 Lbs.
    List Price: 
    $22.95
    Our Price:
    $19.99
    050219 Paradise Cay Storm Tactics Handbook 978-1929214471

    Features:

    • In a storm at sea, luck is highly biased toward the sailor who has a plan, so write Lin and Larry Pardey in this, the third edition of their highly regarded Storm Tactics Handbook
    • These veteran circumnavigators make a powerful case for mastering and employing the technique of heaving-to when faced with the destructive power of breaking seas. Nothing short of lifesaving information in detailed, practical presentation
    • As in the first two editions of this book, they describe their concerns about the tendency of modern sailors to discard the classic methods used to bring sailing vessels of all sizes from vast clipper ships to tiny yachts through amazingly strong winds and heavy seas
    • There is only one storm tactic that has the ability to sap the power of breaking seas, they explain
    • With clear and concise diagrams, they proceed to show how heaving-to works and how even the most modern of yachts can be made to heave-to, whether with only sail power or with the assistance of a sea anchor
    • A discussion of the many ways heaving-to can be useful at sea as a way to help the crew keep well rested, to effect repairs, to steady a vessel should outside assistance ever be necessary will convince even those who plan to run before their imagined ultimate storm that heaving-to is still a must know
    • A series of user-friendly checklists will help sailors from the moment they start looking for their perfect offshore boat, through outfitting, and as they encounter their first storms at sea
    • Highly readable stories of the Pardeys encounters with storms, and of experiences related by several other modern sailors, help illustrate and expand the points made in this book
    • Since writing the previous edition of Storm Tactics Handbook, Lin and Larry have voyaged an additional 35,000 miles
    • This has taken them as far north as Norway, twice across the Atlantic, south to Argentina, into the Pacific, around Cape Horn against the prevailing winds, and then on a circuit of the North Pacific
    • With insights gained from these recent voyages, they have fully revised and expanded this text by more than 40 percent, including nine completely new chapters.
    • New material includes:
      • Lessons from Cape Horn
      • An interview with the late Sir Peter Blake, on storm survival and heaving-to
      • Heaving-to using a Galerider on 55-foot Morgan s Cloud
      • Adding rudder protection stops
      • Discussions on avoiding chafe
      • Building and using storm staysails
      • Choosing storm gear
      • Deploying para-anchors
      • Avoiding the worst areas of cyclonic storms, and many more have been expanded to answer many questions posed by readers and seminar attendees.

    Publishing Information:

    • Author: Lin & Larry Pardey
    • Edition: 3rd
    • Publication Date: July 2008
    • Cover: Paperback
    • Illustrated
    • Pages: 256
    • Dimensions: 9" x 6.1" x 0.7"
    • ISBN-10: 1929214472
    • ISBN-13: 978-1929214471
    • Publisher: Pardey Books
     
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    Features:

    • In a storm at sea, luck is highly biased toward the sailor who has a plan, so write Lin and Larry Pardey in this, the third edition of their highly regarded Storm Tactics Handbook
    • These veteran circumnavigators make a powerful case for mastering and employing the technique of heaving-to when faced with the destructive power of breaking seas. Nothing short of lifesaving information in detailed, practical presentation
    • As in the first two editions of this book, they describe their concerns about the tendency of modern sailors to discard the classic methods used to bring sailing vessels of all sizes from vast clipper ships to tiny yachts through amazingly strong winds and heavy seas
    • There is only one storm tactic that has the ability to sap the power of breaking seas, they explain
    • With clear and concise diagrams, they proceed to show how heaving-to works and how even the most modern of yachts can be made to heave-to, whether with only sail power or with the assistance of a sea anchor
    • A discussion of the many ways heaving-to can be useful at sea as a way to help the crew keep well rested, to effect repairs, to steady a vessel should outside assistance ever be necessary will convince even those who plan to run before their imagined ultimate storm that heaving-to is still a must know
    • A series of user-friendly checklists will help sailors from the moment they start looking for their perfect offshore boat, through outfitting, and as they encounter their first storms at sea
    • Highly readable stories of the Pardeys encounters with storms, and of experiences related by several other modern sailors, help illustrate and expand the points made in this book
    • Since writing the previous edition of Storm Tactics Handbook, Lin and Larry have voyaged an additional 35,000 miles
    • This has taken them as far north as Norway, twice across the Atlantic, south to Argentina, into the Pacific, around Cape Horn against the prevailing winds, and then on a circuit of the North Pacific
    • With insights gained from these recent voyages, they have fully revised and expanded this text by more than 40 percent, including nine completely new chapters.
    • New material includes:
      • Lessons from Cape Horn
      • An interview with the late Sir Peter Blake, on storm survival and heaving-to
      • Heaving-to using a Galerider on 55-foot Morgan s Cloud
      • Adding rudder protection stops
      • Discussions on avoiding chafe
      • Building and using storm staysails
      • Choosing storm gear
      • Deploying para-anchors
      • Avoiding the worst areas of cyclonic storms, and many more have been expanded to answer many questions posed by readers and seminar attendees.

    Publishing Information:

    • Author: Lin & Larry Pardey
    • Edition: 3rd
    • Publication Date: July 2008
    • Cover: Paperback
    • Illustrated
    • Pages: 256
    • Dimensions: 9" x 6.1" x 0.7"
    • ISBN-10: 1929214472
    • ISBN-13: 978-1929214471
    • Publisher: Pardey Books
     
     
     

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  • Author: Jonathan Eaton
  • Classic Reference and Widely-Used Textbook
  • Format: Hardcover, Pages 920, Published: August 2017, Edition: 68th
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