Elbert S. aMacka Maloney, author of Chapman Piloting a Seamanship, brings his lifetime of hands-on experience to this newly updated and highly portable guide. Think of it as a take-along mini-version of the Chapman aboating biblea thatas perfect for onboard use. Whether itas dealing with emergencies, complying with safety regulations and government requirements, refreshing your knowledge of seamanship and piloting, reading charts, assessing weather conditions, or just figuring out what flag to fly, this facts-at-your fingertip reference has the answer. Tides and currents, electronics, life on board, maintenance: itas all here, handily arranged for easy look-up. Numerous charts, tables, and line drawings amplify the text; thumb tabs make finding everything a snap; and a wealth of Internet resources brings this up to the moment. Plus, the technology and communication sections have been thoroughly revised!FIGURE 12-10. WIRING DIAGRAMS Sketch in location of battery, running lights, other electrical accessories, and the run of the wiring to each. Note wiring color code, and other distinguishing characteristics. BATTERY SYSTEM Sketch locationanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Boater's Handbook|
|Author||:||Elbert S. Maloney|
|Publisher||:||Sterling Publishing Company, Inc. - 2008|