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Starpath Sailor's Logbook
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|November 17, 2011

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The ship's logbook has been a maritime tradition since ancient times. It is used to document the voyages and movement of the vessel and events that take place on board related to safe navigation and the well being of the crew and cargo. Designed for sailors by…
Inland and Coastal Navigation: For Power-driven and Sailing Vessels, 2nd Edition

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This book is an updated and expanded edition of a text that has been used in navigation courses for 30 years. It covers practical small-craft navigation (sail, power, or paddle), starting from the basics and ending with all that is needed to navigate safely and…
Celestial Navigation: A Complete Home Study Course, Second Edition
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|March 11, 2015

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This book has been used for 30 years, updated periodically as needed. More than 20,000 students have successfully learned ocean navigation from these materials and gone on to cross oceans or circumnavigate the globe. This book covers how to find position at sea…
Radar for Mariners, Revised Edition
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|June 11, 2013

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Become an Expert Small-Craft Radar Operator Nothing beats radar for guiding your boat through the darkest night or the thickest fog. Radar enables you to plot a fix from just a single buoy or landmark, and it is the only navigation tool that tells you not just…
Navigation Workbook For Practice Underway: For Power-Driven and Sailing Vessels

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Add another dimension to your next day sail or cruise. This workbook makes it easy to add valuable training to almost any navigational observation. Even learn while at anchor. There are tons of interesting exercises to carry out just sitting in the cockpit…
Weather Workbook: Questions, Answers, and Resources on Marine Weather

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This workbook is designed to accompany the text Modern Marine Weather by David Burch (First or Second Edition). It can also be used by those who have learned marine weather from other sources. It provides questions and answers for all aspects of marine weather.…
The Star Finder Book: A Complete Guide to the Many Uses of the 2102-D Star Finder, 2nd Edition

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Fundamentals of Kayak Navigation: Master the Traditional Skills and the Latest Technologies…

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For the past 30 years, this book has been the authoritative source for all matters of small-boat navigation. Learn how to find and keep track of your position, adjust to changing conditions, and paddle the seas safely and confidently. Includes how to chart an…
Emergency Navigation, 2nd Edition: Improvised and No-Instrument Methods for the Prudent Mariner

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Find Your Way at Sea, No Matter What "Inherently interesting and fun to read . . . provides the clearest understanding of general navigation principles we've seen yet."--BoatU.S. "Thorough and authoritative."-- Sea Kayaker "A definitive work of instant appeal to…
Use Of The Air Almanac For Marine Navigation: With A Comparison To The Nautical Almanac And…

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Modern Marine Weather: From Time-honored Traditional Knowledge To The Latest Technology

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Starpath Celestial Navigation Work Forms: For All Sights and Tables, with Complete Instructions and…

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Starpath work forms for sight reduction procedures in celestial navigation have been used by tens of thousands of navigators for over forty years. Designed to make the sight reduction of all celestial bodies flow in the same logical procedure that matches how…
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