International Marine/Ragged Mountain Press (1991), Edition: 1, 408 pages
Tells how to select the right boat, make a renovation plan, estimate repair costs, and work with fiberglass, wood, canvas, and plastic.
LibraryThing member John_Vaughan
Don Casey is the Guru of practical boating and sensible cruising (The Thoreau Approach is another of his works that demonstrate this) and this was his first book. It recounts from a straight forward narrative the rebuilding of a basic cruiser. However; it is so loaded with sound advice and
Show Morepractical hints on woodworking, glassing, fittings and cruising comforts it offers far more than a simple renovation guide. His good writing led to other books, articles and regular columns in the sailing, cruising and boating world.
408 p.; 9.3 inches
0071579931 / 9780071579933
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