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.
Waterway Guide Cuba covers the country’s entire coast and is the perfect companion whether visiting for a few days or circumnavigating the island. Detailed navigation, anchorages, Goin’ Ashore information, over 140 chartlets and a bonus section on the Florida Keys are included in this new 400+ page guide. Waterway Guide Cuba is the most comprehensive and up-to-date guidebook for boaters, fishermen and cruisers. It is co-authored by Addison Chan, who has distinguished himself as the preeminent expert on sailing and navigating Cuba’s coastline. Contributing Editor Nigel Calder provides additional insight in the section on the Northeast coast with excerpts from his guidebook. The chartlets and waypoints are offered as situational awareness and are derived from Addison’s travel and Navionics cartography.