Intl Marine Pub (1986), Edition: 1st ; 1st Printing, 371 pages
A survey of the seaworthiness of modern yacht designs, this book shows how modern yachts often sacrifice safety for speed and other considerations. It explains how ideas about design still need to be changed to prevent loss of life.
LibraryThing member mrafael
If you're a cruising sailor you will smile in agreement. If you're a naval architect for racers you will feel accused of professional negligence. Or you should feel accused!
0877422273 / 9780877422273
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