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More boatkeeper: An all-new guide to boat maintenance, repair, and improvement : advice on keeping your boat shipshape from the columns of motor boating sailing magazine ePub download

by Bernard Gladstone

  • Author: Bernard Gladstone
  • ISBN: 0688076459
  • ISBN13: 978-0688076450
  • ePub: 1215 kb | FB2: 1954 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Water Sports
  • Publisher: Hearst Marine Books; 1st edition (1988)
  • Pages: 203
  • Rating: 4.6/5
  • Votes: 720
  • Format: azw lrf docx lit
More boatkeeper: An all-new guide to boat maintenance, repair, and improvement : advice on keeping your boat shipshape from the columns of motor boating  sailing magazine ePub download

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A new collection of consumer-tested, time- and money-saving tips on how to put a boat in top condition and keep it that way, taken from the popular Boatkeeper column of Motor Boating & Sailing magazine. ISBN13:9780688076450.

More Boatkeeper book. More boatkeeper: An all-new guide to boat maintenance, repair, and improvement : advice on keeping your boat shipshape from the columns of motor boating & sailing magazine. 0688076459 (ISBN13: 9780688076450).

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Are you sure you want to remove Boatkeeper, the boatowner's guide to maintenance, repair, and improvement from your list? Boatkeeper, the boatowner's guide to maintenance, repair, and improvement. advice on keeping your boat shipshape, from the columns of Motor boating & sailing magazine. 1st ed. by Bernard Gladstone, Tom Bottomley. Published 1984 by Hearst Marine Books in New York.

It's subtitle is The Boatowner's Guide to Maintenance, Repair and Improvement.

This book consists of advice on keeping your boat shipshape from the columns of Motor Boating & Sailing Magazine. It's subtitle is The Boatowner's Guide to Maintenance, Repair and Improvement. The book is a classic that contains all kinds of timeless advice on boats and their systems.

He has owned and maintained many types of power and sail boats and has lived full time aboard his own motor yacht for almost fourteen years in the Long Island Sound area. Along with Boatkeeper and More Boatkeeper, he has written more than a dozen books on both boat and home maintenance and repair. He lives in Sarasota, Florida, with his wife, Sandra.

In this "Weekend Workbook article, Jim Hendricks of Boating Magazine, describes the procedure for replacing a malfunctioning boat trailer surge brake actuator-coupler. Learn what tools you'll need, how much time to budget and more.

Regular and consistent boat maintenance is the key to owning a boat that . There's more information on this in our piece on how to look after your sails. Check the rig at least once a season

Regular and consistent boat maintenance is the key to owning a boat that is safe and reliable, has a minimum of unexpected repair bills, looks good and retains its resale value. Indeed, this should be a priority on any boat, to prevent it becoming stale, damp and mouldy. Check the rig at least once a season. A full rig check is a sensible precaution at least once a year.

Essential Boat Maintenance: A Comprehensive Guide to Boat Improvement, Refitting and Repair Hardcover – March 1, 2011. by. Pat Manley (Author). Pat Manly has written a number of books on diesel engines, radar, electronics, and boat maintenance and is a regular contributor to Practical Boat Owner magazine. He teaches navigation and associated subjects. Rupert Holmes is a sailing teacher and has written a wide range of boating topics fro magazines. He has 60,000 miles of yachting experience and has undertaken extensive refits of both wooden and fiberglass yachts.

Expert advice from Practical Boat Owner, including boat maintenance, repairs and money saving tips. Woodworking tools – a DIY boat owner’s guide to getting a professional finish. The extra miles of sailing on a summer cruise, or days at anchor can highlight new issues on board or exacerbate existing problems.

A new collection of consumer-tested, time- and money-saving tips on how to put a boat in top condition and keep it that way, taken from the popular "Boatkeeper" column of Motor Boating & Sailing magazine. 120 illustrations.