A Cruising Guide to Puget Sound and the San Juan Islands: Olympia to Port Angeles
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BeschreibungThis well-received cruising guide, praised for its writing and its content, is now completely updated and redesigned in full colour with a larger trim size and lay-flat bindingPublished in 1995, A Cruising Guide to Puget Sound has earned a reputation for the elegance and lucidity of its writing, the usefulness of its information, and the accuracy of its pilotage instructions. Now thoroughly updated, this guide to the waters, anchorages, sights, destinations, and shoreside facilities and attractions of Puget Sound is in a new, larger format with a spiral binding to lie flat for ease of use, a false spine for ease of shelving in the store, and a stiff, printed-board back cover for durability.
InhaltsverzeichnisAcknowledgmentsPrefaceHow to Use This BookIntroductionRegion 1: South Puget SoundOlympia to the Tacoma NarrowsRegion 2: Tacoma to Point VashonIncluding Gig HarborRegion 3: Blake Island to Kingston and EdmondsIncluding Port Orchard and PoulsboRegion 4: Inside the LocksIncluding Lake Union and Lake WashingtonRegion 5: Hood CanalRegion 6: Admiralty InletPort Ludlow to Port TownsendRegion 7: The Strait of Juan de FucaDiscovery Bay to Port AngelesRegion 8: Everett to AnacortesIncluding Deception Pass and La ConnerRegion 9: Cypress Island to Point RobertsRegion 10: The San Juan IslandsAppendicesRecommended ReadingTidal Current ChartsIndex
PortraitMigael Scherer has been cruising Pacific Northwest waters and living aboard in Seattle since 1974, when she and her husband launched the sailboat they had spent two years building. She is a technical writer by trade. Her first book, Still Loved by the Sun, won a Pacific Northwest Booksellers Association award and a PEN/Albrand citation for distinguished nonfiction.Hometown: Seattle, WA
Pressestimmen"This would be a welcome addition to the library of any Puget Sound sail- or powerboat owner. It could well become a hit among landlubbers searching for that elusive Sound-side getaway." - The Seattle Times "Simply, every local boater should have a dog-eared, well-thumbed copy of this guide as a permanent feature in the nautical library." - 48 North "Everything a yachtsman's pilot ought to be: shipshape and workmanlike in its approach, unusually well written, very thoughtfully researched...." - Jonathan Raban"
Untertitel: Second. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: INTL MARINE PUB CO
Erscheinungsdatum: Januar 2005
Seitenanzahl: 308 Seiten