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Boat Log & Record
Boat Log & Record

Boat Log & Record

The Perfect Small Craft Record Keeper for Cruises, Expenses and Maintenance

SPORTS & RECREATION

184 Pages, 8.5 x 11

Formats: Trade Paper

Trade Paper, $19.99 (US $19.99) (CA $26.99)

Publication Date: December 2012

ISBN 9781892147288

Rights: WOR

Marlor Press, Inc. (Dec 2012)
Marlor Press

Price: $19.99
 
 

Overview

"One of the most complete cruise preparation guides I've seen. An inexpensive way to get yourself organized."  —Boating magazine on previous edition

The Boat Log & Record serious boaters keep track of everything they need to know about their boat and its operations. As useful for skippers of powerboats as those of sail, it is an all-in-one storehouse of information including year -to- year engine maintenance, GPS waypoints, spring commissioning and fall layup and storage checklists; insurance information, fuel log, and all-important emergency procedures including Man Overboard and how to send an SOS. Here boaters can keep an important log and record of all their boating activities. As useful on a day trip as it is on an extended cruise, the Boat Log & Record serves as one central source that becomes not only a legal record but a wonderful memento of a cruising year.

Reviews

"Can help boaters get their times and boats better organized and keep a personal record of their adventures afloat and their voyages."  —Northern Breezes

"One of the most complete cruise preparation guides I've seen. An inexpensive way to get yourself organized."  —Boating

"The ultimate boat addict's Boat Book."  —Minneapolis Star Tribune

"This great sea story is more than just a fine adventure. Bree packs the book with the legends that have created such a special aura around the lake, from famous shipwrecks, lost gold mines and great storms to the almost unbelieveable story of the world's richest silver mine. Not to be missed."  —Flint (MI) Journal on Broken Seas

"Tabbed sections make this log easy to use as a complete record of your boat and voyages. Daily navigational data...may be useful during fog or rough weather. Practical information and checklists make this book indispensible for both sailors and power boaters." —The Ensign, Magazine of the United States Power Squadrons

"Anyone with a small boat and a short memory will enjoy this useful compendium. Collecting and organizing the specs, data, cruising log. . . . is a challenge. Bree makes it seem easy, with a logical format to help you write in notes and keep track." —Bill Martell, Cruising World

"This sturdy book is at least one step toward worry free cruising." —Offshore

Author Biography

Marlin Bree is a nationally recognized small craft sailor, an award-winning marine journalist, and a two-time winner of the Boating Writers International Grand Prize Writing Award. He is a former magazine editor for the Minneapolis Star Tribune, a past president of the Minnesota Press Club, and a contributor to publications such as Cruising World, DIY Boat Owner, the Ensign, Good Old Boat, and Lakeland Boating. He is the author of several boating books, including Broken Seas, The Dangerous Book for Boaters, In the Teeth of the Northeaster, and Wake of the Green Storm. He lives in Shoreview, Minnesota.