rotor2000 ® 31-Mar-2019 01:57
I'd like to ask you for advice of the most useful/must have books for anybody thinking of future ocean cruising.
For the time being, I'm sure the list should be open with:
- World Cruising Routes: Jimmy Cornell (recommended as the first book to have any idea what is it about)
- How to Cope with Storms: Dietrich von Haeften (easy and suprisingly practical)
What else would you highly recommend?
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