Surveying Fiberglass Sailboats A Step By Step Guide For Buyers And Owners


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Surveying Fiberglass Sailboats A Step By Step Guide For Buyers And Owners

Surveying Fiberglass Sailboats A Step By Step Guide For Buyers And Owners Author by : Henry C. Mustin
Languange Used : en
Release Date : 1994-01-22
Publisher by : McGraw Hill Professional
ISBN : 0070442487
File Size : 45,6 Mb
Total Download : 712

Since the late 1950s, when the first "plastic" sailboat shocked the New York Boat Show, fiberglass boatbuilding has gone through classic growing pains. Longtime yacht broker and marine surveyor Henry Mustin has seen it all: the slow acceptance of those early, heavy boats; the market boom of the lighter boats of the 1970s; the "boat pox" scare of the 1980s; and the continued lack of industry standards that makes buying and owning a fiberglass boat an adventure. In Surveying Fiberglass Sailboats Mustin explains what to watch for in a used sailboat from each era, and how to ferret out the hidden
Category: Sports & Recreation

Surveying Yachts And Small Craft

Surveying Yachts And Small Craft Author by : Paul Stevens
Languange Used : en
Release Date : 2013-10-06
Publisher by : A&C Black
ISBN : 9781408146224
File Size : 41,8 Mb
Total Download : 306

This is the only book linked to a practical surveying course. Highly practical in nature, and packed with detailed close-up photography, step by step procedures, and helpful checklists, this definitive handbook will prove a godsend to small craft owners who want to check out defects on their own boats or on boats they are planning to buy, as well as practicing surveyors and surveying students. Featuring surveying bodies, equipment required, assessing defects (including moisture-related defects, and the use of moisture meters) and their severity, the book guides the reader through conducting a
Category: Sports & Recreation

Be Your Own Boat Surveyor

Be Your Own Boat Surveyor Author by : Dag Pike
Languange Used : en
Release Date : 2014-09-11
Publisher by : Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN : 9781472903686
File Size : 42,6 Mb
Total Download : 688

Boats are expensive and they are complicated - unless you are going to pay a professional to carry out a survey (at yet more expense) it is invaluable to be able to: - quickly assess a potential purchase for signs of trouble without paying for lengthy reports - carry out a detailed check on your own boat the end of the season - identify problems and get them dealt with before they get serious - get to know your boat in a lot more detail, so if a problem develops at sea you will be more able to cope Organised into chapters covering: Tools of the trade (basic tools, moisture meters, fingers and
Category: Transportation

Understanding Boat Design

Understanding Boat Design Author by : Edward S. Brewer
Languange Used : en
Release Date : 1993-11-22
Publisher by : McGraw Hill Professional
ISBN : 0070076944
File Size : 52,8 Mb
Total Download : 769

For new boating enthusiasts--even if they've been at it awhile--there are scores of burning questions. If one boat has a round bottom and another's is veed, what difference does it make in the way they perform? What are the advantages of a cutter rig over a sloop? Why does one sailor swear by a full keel, while others won't have anything but a fin keel? Why does one powerboat have more flare in its topsides than another? And what is flare? Why do some hull shapes look "right"? How big an engine and propeller will it take to move that powerboat? What elements make a boat safe, or comfortable? U
Category: Architecture
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