Yachting World Annual 1957
PUBLISHED YACHTING WORLD
About this book YACHTING WORLD ANNUAL 1957 is once again a must for all who have an interest in the sea. This year it contains more general reading than ever before. Sailing and motor-boating are the subjects of brilliant and authoritative articles by authors famous in the world of yachting. Adlard Coles describes one of his favourite cruising grounds, David Cobb, R.O.I., contributes a piece complete with his superb sketches, which also illustrate an article by Dudley Pope on the great Sail Training Ship race. For those who dream of sailing across the oceans, Eric Hiscock describes his dreamship, Carleton Mitchell discusses sailing in hurricane conditions, and Laurent Giles, R.D.I., M.I.N.A., writes on the design aspects. For dinghy and small craft sailors, Keith Shackleton writes and illustrates a piece about his Unforgettable Race, Francis Prout talks about fast sailing, and Ian Proctor, Well-known authority on dinghies, dis- cusses the developments in the small boat world. E. W. R. Peterson and Alan Paul describe ocean racing and ]ohn Chamier writes about keel boat racing round the buoys. Other articles include one by Skipper Roberts on Thames barges, one by Douglas Phillips-Birt, A.M.I.N.A., on the science of yacht design, articles on plastics aﬂoat, the principal events of the year and reviews of yachting both here and abroad. The design section contains plans and photo- graphs of more than ﬁfty yachts of all types de- signed by the world’s leading designers. Each is described in an authoritative article and this section alone makes the Annual enthralling reading for serious yachtsmen. The Yachting World Annual is, as always, beautifully illustrated not only with the cream of the season’s photographs but with black and White sketches by eminent marine artists. ‘ 192 pages including 82 ph0t0graphs—art plates- and I 55 text illustrations.
YEAR IN YACHTING, by the Editor of Yachting World .
IN THE GULF OF ST. MALO, by Adlard Coles .
BATEAU DE MON ONCLE . . . by David Cobb, R.O.I. .
I DID IT AGAIN . . .” by Eric Hiscock . . .
CRUISE, by Ann Davison .
SAILING, by Francis Prout . . . .
LAST OF THE SAILORMEN, by A. W. Roberts .
UNFQRGETTABLE RACE, by Keith Shackleton . . . .
AND THE SAILING YACHT, by Douglas Phillips-Birt, A.M.I.N.A
FOR CRUISING, by J. Laurent Giles, R.D.I., M.I.N.A. . .
AND THE YACHTSMAN, by Richard Wood . .
T WITH AN UNNAMED LADY, by Carleton Mitchell .
LISBON RACE, by Dudley Pope . . . . . .
SMALL BOAT SCENE, by Ian Proctor .
CRUISING . . . . . . .
YACHTING IN I956, by Everett B. Morris
EAN YACHTING, by Ing. A. Chiggiato .
SEASON IN SCANDINAVIA, by Stig Hedberg .
BOAT CLASSES 1956, by John Chamier A.
WEEK . . . . . .
BERMUDA RACE, by E. W. R. Peterson . . .
OF INTERNATIONAL MOTORBOATING, by A. Buysse .
PROGRAMME 1956 . . . . . .
CADET CLASS . . . .
FROM THE DINGHY CLASSES . .
CONDITION GOOD WITH DUST JACKET WHICH HAS WEAR ,BOARDS WITH FADE TO EDGES AND SPINE
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