Cruisers AA

Cruisers AA[Download] ➾ Cruisers AA Author Jackie Sarah Parry – Jobs-in-kingston.co.uk With over 1800 tips tricks words of wisdom and ideas on cruising interspersed with than 100 short stories Cruisers’ AA provides all the advice you need to go cruising NOW and improve your life on bo With over tips tricks words of wisdom and ideas on cruising interspersed with than short stories Cruisers’ AA provides all the advice you need to go cruising NOW and improve your life on board With great ideas on voyage preparation piracy pets kids communication health boat handling electrics euipment fun games maintenance repairs and so much it will show you how to significantly enhance your cruising life Do you long for a life of cruising Are you currently on passage Perhaps you simply dream of great possibilities that seem so far from your daily life This book bridges the gap and gives you the means of escape With Cruisers’ AA you will gaze through the porthole into another world a world where you can live freely and improve your life Already cruising If you are a cruiser then you already know the joy of living freely – this book will help you make cruising life even enjoyable and show you how to stretch your budget to allow you to live freely for longer If you are a firm landlubber are interested in knowing what happens ‘out there’ and want some great tips that could help you improve your life too take a look – you might be surprised at what you find Cruisers’ AA slices through the myths of living on board It shows you that once you have the right boat anything is possible Turn your dreams into reality with advice from hundreds of cruisers The hardest part about going cruising is making the decision to stop writing lists untie your lines and get going This book will help steady your fears and sink your doubts Thought provoking uestions and answers will steer you on the right tack Once underway this book will provide neat ideas on improving maintaining and loving your cruising life Finding the right boat is just the beginning. Excellent adviceIf you have never been cruising you need to read this If you are cruising you need to read this Thanks for a great resource AwesomeLoved the advice Thanks for the inspiration and guidance I hope one day to follow in your footsteps and travel the world Cruisers’ AA by Jackie and Noel ParryCruisers’ Accumulated Acumen is a guide in 27 chapters of over 1800 helpful hints and tips on sailing made alive with a hundred anecdotes bringing alive their adventures during their 9 years afloatASIN B00O938WI399 or free currently on PrimeAlso available in paperback for 2699ISBN 13 978 0987551504My sailing experience is limited to school days tacking up the River Avon from Tewskesbury to Stratford on Avon in the UK although I have a silver medal in my cabinet from a race on a lake in Peterborough Those few years of being on the water were brought back by my reading this book so thanks Parrys for that Advice that wouldn’t have been possible when I was a schoolchild includes having a pack of baby nappies on board – nothing better for absorbing spillages Also we discovered when my wife’s nose wouldn’t stop bleeding that they’ll take a lot of blood Did you know about the problem of using stainless steel bolts with aluminium? Haha – I kind of did because of my science background but I hadn’t realized how serious the problem can be on sailing cruisers until I read the section on galvanic corrosion and electrolysis Well done for making a potentially deep subject easy to understand and with practical adviceChapter 22 is on Theft and Piracy Plenty of sensible advice here along with Jackie and Noel’s own theories on how to thwart thieves and pirates No suggestions of acuiring heavy duty sonic projectors—after all we are talking sailing cruisers not liners A problem with piracy and small time thieves is that ordinary folk are made to feel vulnerable by the media It’s inevitable that they highlight the few terrible incidents Jackie points out that after 9 years 50 countries and over 70000 miles they’d not met a pirate and only dealt with a couple of minor theft issues It can happen to any of us any time I was walking with my wife in a crowded Malaga Spain when a man pushed up against me I thought hey he’s being rather fresh then realized his hand was in my pocket I grabbed hold of his wrist and yelled as loud as I could He yanked his hand away and ran but the crowd grabbed and held him until the police arrived He wouldn’t have got much Like the advice in Cruisers’ AA my wallet contained the bare minimum for an enjoyable day out The book is brought to a finish with many pages of useful references from sarongs to navigation aids weather to anchoring techniues Finally there are other groups of readers than sailors for this book I am a writer of fiction and I’ve written stories for anthologies and magazines that involve a techie knowledge I didn’t have to ensure meaningful dialogue and action This isn’t nerdy it’s important at least to me So if you are a writer of contemporary sea faring tales you’ll need this reference too Cruisers’ Accumulated Acumen is a guide in 27 chapters of over 1800 helpful hints and tips on sailing made alive with a hundred anecdotes bringing alive their adventures during their 9 years afloatMy sailing experience is limited to school days tacking up the River Avon from Tewskesbury to Stratford on Avon in the UK although I have a silver medal in my cabinet from a race on a lake in Peterborough Those few years of being on the water were brought back by my reading this book so thanks Parrys for that Advice that wouldn’t have been possible when I was a schoolchild includes having a pack of baby nappies on board – nothing better for absorbing spillages Also we discovered when my wife’s nose wouldn’t stop bleeding that they’ll take a lot of blood Did you know about the problem of using stainless steel bolts with aluminium? Haha – I kind of did because of my science background but I hadn’t realized how serious the problem can be on sailing cruisers until I read the section on galvanic corrosion and electrolysis Well done for making a potentially deep subject easy to understand and with practical adviceChapter 22 is on Theft and Piracy Plenty of sensible advice here along with Jackie and Noel’s own theories on how to thwart thieves and pirates No suggestions of acuiring heavy duty sonic projectors—after all we are talking sailing cruisers not liners A problem with piracy and small time thieves is that ordinary folk are made to feel vulnerable by the media It’s inevitable that they highlight the few terrible incidents Jackie points out that after 9 years 50 countries and over 70000 miles they’d not met a pirate and only dealt with a couple of minor theft issues It can happen to any of us any time I was walking with my wife in a crowded Malaga Spain when a man pushed up against me I thought hey he’s being rather fresh then realized his hand was in my pocket I grabbed hold of his wrist and yelled as loud as I could He yanked his hand away and ran but the crowd grabbed and held him until the police arrived He wouldn’t have got much Like the advice in Cruisers’ AA my wallet contained the bare minimum for an enjoyable day out The book is brought to a finish with many pages of useful references from sarongs to navigation aids weather to anchoring techniues Finally there are other groups of readers than sailors for this book I am a writer of fiction and I’ve written stories for anthologies and magazines that involve a techie knowledge I didn’t have to ensure meaningful dialogue and action This isn’t nerdy it’s important at least to me So if you are a writer of contemporary sea faring tales you’ll need this reference too A most enjoyable course on sailing and cruisingEven though it’s been a few years since I’ve sailed Lake Michigan out of Chicago my experience not unlike a pea to a rather large watermelon when compared to Jackie and Noel Parry’s extensive ocean voyaging I found this book a refreshing treat Whether sailing a sixteen foot pocket cruiser or a sixty foot yacht there is enough information in this book to grab attention The sections on fire safety anchoring onboard euipment storage navigation life lines vestsand even cleaning I’ll never look at coffee filters as just for breakfast any were well worth the read And what tied it all together for me were the “Short Stories” interspaced throughout all based on the Parry’s’ personal experience This is a well written book so a reference guide I would have placed on our boat’s bookshelf next to Chapman Good reading for those sailing or have sailed or who have ever dreamed of trimming a fluttering mainand the freedom of the water Cruisers' AA is a juicy book full of handy hints little first hand stories and photos on almost every page You can pick it up anywhere in the book and learn something new even if you are an experienced cruiser For newbys it is full of first hand practical information by extremely experienced sailors Jackie and Noel Jackie writes with humour but maintains a practical and economical view For those who think you need a vast fortune to go cruising for years Cruisers' AA dispels that myth I particularly like the elegant dress from 2 knotted sarongsLinda Frylink Anderson SV Valiam Mooloolaba Australia Cruisers' AA contains great tips for everyday living not just for cruisers It is full of wise words and good solid professional and easy to read advice I fully recommend Cruisers' AA for all cruisers at all levels and anyone who enjoys finding uniue and clever ideas to improve their lives REVIEW FROM AFLOAT MAGAZINE AUSTRALIA‘Cruisers’ AA is probably the most comprehensive reference book designed for preparation for a cruising life’ Afloat Magazine Jan 2014 Leuk geschreven met veel tips voor als je de wereld rond wilt zeilen