Logbook For Cruising Under Sail

This is a modern sailor’s Logbook For Cruising Under Sail. Fun to use and designed to last a full season, it allows space for electric navigation information and for narrative. It also doubles as a nice Visitors’ Book.

The Logbook for Cruising is available in either paperback or hardback format with the same amount of pages.

Features

  • ISBN: paperback: 9781898660354 / hardback 9780470746844
  • Format: Paperback and Hardback
  • Pages: 96
  • Size: 177 x 245 mm
  • Published: 1991 and 2009
  • Edition: N/A
  • A Logbook For GPS Navigation version is also available

More books on sailing, boat maintenance and tactics as well as log books and waterproof notebooks are available – come in and browse.

For product pricing and stock availability please call +852 2827 5876 or contact us.

Description

Logbook For Cruising Under Sail

Logbook For Cruising Under SailThis is a modern sailor’s Logbook For Cruising Under Sail. Fun to use and designed to last a full season, it allows space for electric navigation information and for narrative. It also doubles as a nice Visitors’ Book.

The Logbook for Cruising is available in either paperback or hardback format with the same amount of pages.

Features

  • ISBN: paperback: 9781898660354 / hardback 9780470746844
  • Format: Paperback and Hardback
  • Pages: 96
  • Size: 177 x 245 mm
  • Published: 1991 and 2009
  • Edition: N/A
  • A Logbook For GPS Navigation version is also available

More books on sailing, boat maintenance and tactics as well as log books and waterproof notebooks are available – come in and browse.

For a complete list of Fernhurst sailing books, go to their website www.fernhurstbooks.com and see what is on offer. For product pricing and also stock availability please call +852 2827 5876 or contact us.

Fernhurst Books was founded in 1979, publishing books related to dinghy racing. The list soon expanded to include cruising and other watersports.

In 2006, the business was sold to John Wiley who changed its name to Wiley Nautical.

In 2013 a group of sailing enthusiasts (including the original founder) bought the Wiley Nautical list and Fernhurst name back from John Wiley, once again creating an independent nautical publishers owned and run by sailors.