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THE SAILMAKER'S APPRENTICE: A Guide for the Self-Reliant Sailor by  Emiliano Marino - Paperback - 6th Impression - 2001 - from Diversity Books and

THE SAILMAKER'S APPRENTICE: A Guide for the Self-Reliant Sailor

by Marino, Emiliano

Condition: Very Good

Camden, ME, 04843, U.S.A.: International Marine (McGraw Hill), 2001. xvi, + 494pp., intext, halftone and line-drawn illustrations (Christine Erikson) and tables throughout. Book clean and square. Spine firm. Illustrated card wrapper mildly bumped on foredge corners, else undamaged. Textblock lightly bumped on foredge corners, else unmarked. Hundreds of instructional illustrations fully enhance this how-to guide for designing, making, repairing and improving sails, together with witty, wise, and philosophically probing commentary . . . Contents include: Prelims., Tables, Preface, Acks., Introduction, 12 chapters. Measurements in this book are in inches (or part there-of) and feet. Book weight approx. 860g. *Customers outside Australia - This item will incur extra postage charges as it will weigh over 1KG. with packing. Please email for quote. . 6th Impression. Softcover. Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾".


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