The New Book of Sail Trim

Titre : The New Book of Sail Trim
Auteur : Ken Textor
Éditeur : Sheridan House, Inc.
ISBN-13 : 0924486813
Libération : 1995-01-01

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Editor Ken Textor is a writer and sailing enthusiast.

Sail Trim

Titre : Sail Trim
Auteur : Peter Hahne
Éditeur : A&C Black
ISBN-13 : 9781408123386
Libération : 2010-08-04

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Explains the art of good sail trim with the aid of superb colour diagrams and photographs.

A Manual of Sail Trim

Titre : A Manual of Sail Trim
Auteur : Stuart H. Walker
Éditeur : W. W. Norton & Company
ISBN-13 : 0393032965
Libération : 1985

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A guide for racing covers the principles of sail trim, crew movement techniques, maneuvers, and control systems, and gives advice on adjusting to special conditions.

The Best of Sail Trim

Titre : The Best of Sail Trim
Auteur : Charles Mason
Éditeur : Sheridan House, Inc.
ISBN-13 : 1574091190
Libération : 2000-07-01

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An anthology of authoritative articles from SAIL magazine--one of the world's major sailing magazines.

Sail and Rig Tuning

Titre : Sail and Rig Tuning
Auteur : Ivar Dedekam
Éditeur : *Wiley Nautical
ISBN-13 : 1898660670
Libération : 2000-04-07

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A guide to tuning the sails and rigs of yachts and small keelboats, featuring step-by-step instructions and more than 150 illustrations.

Sailpower

Titre : Sailpower
Auteur : Peter Nielsen
Éditeur : Sheridan House, Inc.
ISBN-13 : 1574091778
Libération : 2004-01-01

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Peter Nielsen is editor of SAIL magazine.

Plain Sailing

Titre : Plain Sailing
Auteur : Dallas Murphy
Éditeur :
ISBN-13 : 1580801617
Libération : 2010

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This book will help the new sailor to understand the principles and practice of sail trim, adjusting sails so they interact most efficiently with the wind. There is a direct relationship between sailing efficiency and sailing fun. Knowing when, how, and why to trim your sails is the essence of sailing. If you understand trim, you understand sailing.

Maximum Sail Power

Titre : Maximum Sail Power
Auteur : Brian Hancock
Éditeur : Nomad Press
ISBN-13 : 9781619304277
Libération : 2003-10-15

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The art, science, history, and mystery of sails and sailmaking. Written in concise, layperson's language and full of photographs and personal anecdotes, this book goes step-by-step through the process of creating and using sails. Provided is a definitive look at the latest developments in sails, sailcloth, engineering, hardware, and sail trim. Also offered are case studies that illustrate which fibers, fabrics, and sails are suitable for a variety of different sailing applications, from simple dinghies and day sailors to offshore racing and cruising yachts. Sailors of all levels of interest and ability will find information they can apply to their own boats and sail choices.

Physics of Sailing

Titre : Physics of Sailing
Auteur : John Kimball
Éditeur : CRC Press
ISBN-13 : 142007377X
Libération : 2009-12-22

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Breaking down the complicated concepts of speed, acceleration, torque, fluid mechanics, and surface physics, Physics of Sailing provides a lively, easily accessible introduction to the basic science underlying the sport of sailing. It illustrates the many ways physics can be used to understand the principles of sailboat propulsion and how a scientific understanding of the boat, wind, and water can lead to more skillful sailing. After a brief but insightful tour of the history of sailing, the book explores the physics involved in making faster sailing crafts for both upwind and downwind sailing, including Newton’s impact theory of fluid resistance and lift and drag phenomena. It compares possible sail shapes, presents measurements of hull smoothness, and describes wind turbulence, the nature of water waves, and the structure of wakes. Using the physics of optics, the author also explains the connection between water’s appearance and the wind. Along with a glossary of sailing terms, he includes many examples throughout to illustrate the concepts in practice. Avoiding unnecessary formalisms, this book skillfully applies the principles of fluid mechanics to sailboat technology and the art of sailing. It should help you become a more knowledgeable sailor.

The International Marine Book of Sailing

Titre : The International Marine Book of Sailing
Auteur : William Robinson
Éditeur : McGraw Hill Professional
ISBN-13 : 9780071643337
Libération : 2008-09-28

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Here's the book that can get you sailing in an afternoon and keep you sailing better through a lifetime on the water This is the first sailing book that follows a sailor's ideal learning curve. Rather than tell you all about sail trim or anchoring in a single chapter, Robby Robinson tells you what you need to know when you want to know it. From the absolute basics to the most advanced techniques, the International Marine Book of Sailing is highly accessible--and informative--at every level. More than 500 pages and 1,000 color photos and illustrations. Covers everything from high-performance and Olympic-class sailing dinghies to coastal and offshore cruising sailboats. No matter your age or the kind of sailing you'd most like to do, this book will work for you. The easy-flowing instructional text is augmented by sidebar features giving alternative approaches, definitions of terms, and boat-to-boat variations--a uniquely effective how-to combination. Includes contributions from Nigel Calder (Boatowner's Mechanical and Electrical Manual), Beth Leonard (The Voyager's Handbook), Robert Perry (Yacht Design According to Perry), Bob Sweet (The Weekend Navigator), Charlie Wing (How Boat Things Work), and other top sailing writers. Renders sailing and seamanship more transparent and accessible than ever before. The ideal book for self-teaching.