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INSTANT WIND FORECASTING Alan Watts
Two little softbacks filled with superb full page colour photographs of different skies – from The Simpsons to seriously intimidating – alongside jargon-free explanations of what you’re looking at and what kind of weather/wind those skies presage. Beginners should start with Weather and then graduate to the more demanding Wind. Weather: 135 x 215mm 64pp - £7.99 Order no. AC700 Wind: 160 x 215mm 112pp - £12.99 Order no. AC701
HOW TO INSTALL A NEW DIESEL Peter Cumberlidge Having torn out the old clunker and built three extra berths in the space, there’ll still be room for a modern miniature diesel. The choice of model is probably as intimidating as building the beds and lining her up but the author helps all the way. Softback. 216 x 135mm,
144pp, dwgs & pix. £11.99 Order no. AC0030
PAINTING & VARNISHING
Peter H Spectre Another of the excellent WoodenBoat books, this one covers the subject from preparing the surface to final coat. There’s good advice whether you’re an unrepentent varnisholic or firmly in the DiasGartside ‘Real men don’t do brightwork’ school.
Softback. 275 x 212mm, 160pp, dwgs & pix. £14.99 Order no. WB0032
WHERE TO LAUNCH AROUND THE COAST Diana van der Klug ...of Britain, that is. A pocketsized, pocket-priced handbook which lists over 700 coastal and lake slipways, precisely where they are, which craft can use them, when and how much they cost. "Every trailing sailor in Britain ought to have one"
said our review in w23. Softback. 135 x 215mm. 286pp. Mono maps by regions £9.95 Order no. OP0071
BOAT JOINERY & CABINET MAKING SIMPLIFIED Fred P Bingham The boatbuilder father of Bruce Bingham has revamped his classic Practical Yacht Joinery to utilise modern approaches to furnishing the accommodation. Like so many American titles,
good on amiable writing and absolutely excellent on illustrations. Softback. 255 x 180mm, 256pp, 475 illus. £16.99 Order no. IM0029
THE SAILMAKER’S APPRENTICE
Emiliano Marino Back in the now extinct W13, Bryce Avery, describing making his own sails, wrote: “I hoovered up every book I could find on the subject...(The Sailmaker’s Apprentice) was outstanding.” It still is. Comprehensive, beautifully illustrated and at the price, outstanding value too.
Softback. 235 x186mm 494pp b&w dwgs. £17.99 Order no. IM0303
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