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Whether you’re a weekend warrior or long-distance power voyager, safe and effective anchoring is a critical skill. But it’s also an area some boaters tend to overlook. In their new book, Anchoring: A Ground Tackler’s Apprentice, Rudy and Jill Sechez have compiled a series of important tips and lessons that novices and experts will find useful. They clearly know their stuff: The Sechezes have anchored through five hurricanes.

-Casey Conley, Ocean Navigator

Bahamas Bound [E-BOOK]

$16.00

*** Please note this is an E-BOOK version of this publication. ***

A step by step planning guide to get you ready to make the crossing to the Bahamas. Who should consider going? What type of vessel? How can you outfit your vessel for the Bahamas to save money and enjoy the trip?  Also provides information on planning where to go and stay for the most comfort and safety, a complete list of marinas with current long-term and transient rates, and a list of cruising guides and charts required with pricing and sources. Cruising characteristics of both the Abacos and the Exumas.

18th edition, updated annually.

Download electronic versions of NOAA’s charts to use along with this guide from NOAA’s interactive catalog.


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