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Jon Emmett has succeeded in guiding China’s Xu Lijia to a gold medal in the Laser Radial class in the London 2012 Olympic Games at Weymouth.
Feel the need for speed with Asymmetric Sailing.
Asymmetric designs have revolutionized the sport of sailing but require a special set of skills. Now you can learn the secrets of getting the most from your boat - whether you sail an entry level dinghy, high performance skiff, sportsboat or catamaran.
There’s never been a better time to buy a boat and sail away. Western economies are on the brink of collapse and a decent return on investments is hard to find – so why not cast off on the adventure of a lifetime?
There are plenty of sailing and seamanship skills than don’t feature on the syllabus of even the most advanced official sailing course – and a wealth of such wisdom can be found in the pages of Expert Sailing Skills.
Discover the simplest way to start sailing!
Can you trust your charts? Do you know what each symbol represents and where to look to find essential information to keep you off the rocks and out of harm?
Tom Cunliffe, star of BBC TV’s The Boats That Built Britain, is also Britain’s leading sailing writer. In his new hardback book, he shares a collection of his most entertaining, outspoken and instructive writing.
Aimed at everyone looking to invest in a yacht, The Insider’s Guide to Choosing and Buying a Yacht offers practical advice and handy tips to ensure you choose the right yacht for your sailing needs.
Sir Robin Knox-Johnson is one of the worlds greatest living sailors. In his new book, he shares a collection of distilled wisdom, acute observations and fascinating anecdotes.
Discover 100 of the greatest surfs from the world. From classic waves around the Pacific to the unusual surfs in the Antartic or Nova Scotia, expect to read about some waves you've ridden and some you never knew existed.
Dip into any of the 200 tips in this handy book to make yourself a better yachtsman.
When the first print run of Bob Fisher’s definitive history of the America’s Cup sold out, there were disappointed sailing enthusiasts around the globe. Now, with interest mounting in the 34th America’s Cup, publishers Wiley Nautical have announced a new limited print run.