Anchoring: A Ground Tackler’s Apprentice is exactly what its title proclaims — and a little more. The knowledge that Rudy and Jill Sechez impart comes from years of living aboard and cruising a 34-foot sail-assisted wooden trawler of their own design and build. Beyond the hows and whys of choosing and deploying ground tackle, the authors present their tried-and-true concepts on such topics as the “paradox of stretch” in rope, the type of bottom and modifications in scope that each demands, and myths and misconceptions about anchoring. The writing is technically detailed but presented in a comprehensible style.
Cruising the New York Canal System
All the information to enjoy cruising the New York Canal System. Depth and height restrictions, lock locations and characteristics, where to stop and what to expect, places to stay at no charge with water and electric, and where to find free pump outs! Also covers the history of all four canals, including historical sites and places to shop today.
Includes the Erie, Oswego, Cayuga-Seneca, and Champlain Canals.
22nd edition, updated annually. Also available in EBOOK format.
Download electronic versions of NOAA’s charts to use along with this guide from NOAA’s interactive catalog.