By: Bell, David Owen

Price: $11.00

Quantity: 1 available

Book Condition: Near Fine

100 pages. Covers have no creasing. Corners of covers are lightly bumped. Spine is uncreased. Pages are clean and unmarked and in excellent condition. Dockmanship, according to author Bell, is "the art, skill, and practice of safely berthing and unberthing a vessel." Anyone who's ever spent time observing the action at a marina or boat ramp will concede that the way the docking skill is practiced by many recreational boaters today can hardly be considered an "art." Here, finally, is a book that provides the needed information to turn any skipper -- even a novice -- into a master of the docking art. Captains who feel they already perform well behind the helm will enjoy reviewing the standard and advanced techniques contained in this easily understood manual. The basics of rudders, propellers, lines, and fenders used on small to medium-sized boats are completely explored. For each type of propulsion (inboard, outboard, single-screw, double-screw, and sail), techniques are described for maneuvering port side to, starboard side to, stern in, and bow in, as well as for getting away and handling the boat in close quarters. For each of these situations, the author also clarifies the effects of wind and current. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Ships & the Sea; ISBN: 0870334255. ISBN/EAN: 9780870334252. Inventory No: 17110182. Paperback

Title: Dockmanship

Author: Bell, David Owen

Categories: Ships & the Sea,

Edition: Second Printing

Publisher: USA, Cornell Maritime Press: 1994

ISBN Number: 0870334255

ISBN Number 13: 9780870334252

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Near Fine

kg: 0.13 kg

Seller ID: 17110182

Keywords: BZDB5 Ships & the Sea; Dockmanship Paperback,