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THE CRUISING LIFE: A COMMONSENSE GUIDE FOR THE WOULD-BE VOYAGER - EBOOK


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  • Disponible avance en PDF Fecha de publicación: 1998

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    The Cruising Life: A Commonsense Guide for the Would-Be Voyager, Jim Trefethen. The funniest, drollest, wisest book on the shelf for the would-be cruiser. Trefethen pulls no punchesÑhe tells you just what will be involved if you and your family decide to "let slip the surly bonds of earth" and set sail. How to get ready, how to finance the voyage, how to live on your boat with maximum peace of mind and minimum hassle, and what equipment you do and don't need. (What you don't need may surprise you.)



    Preface

    Acknowledgments

    Introduction

    Chapter 1: So You Want to Go Cruising

    Fantasy versus Reality

    Eschew Delusion through Enlightenment

    Cruising Mythologies

    The Boat Isn't as Important as You Might Think

    Chapter 2: Profiles of the Cruising Community

    Looking for Brian Lecur

    Types of Cruisers

    Common Traits of Successful Cruisers

    Chapter 3: Should You Go Cruising?

    Start Now to Develop Your Plan for Departure

    Who Is Going with You?

    The Nays

    And the Nay Nays

    Chapter 4: The Decision to Go

    Two Paths Up the Same Mountain

    Epiphany

    Don't Commit Yourself until You Have to Commit Yourself

    Chapter 5: Cruising without a Boat: Meet the Cruising Kitty

    Getting Gone

    You're on Your Way

    The Cruising Kitty

    Richard and the Warm Cervezas

    The Size of the Kitty

    Three Types of Cruising Kitties

    Chapter 6: Feeding the Kitty

    Start Saving Now

    Minimalism--The Key to the Cruising Life

    Meet Your New Minimalist Lifestyle

    Credit: The Most Frivolous of All Frivolities

    Work to Live

    Put Your Money to Work

    The All-Service Discount Brokerage

    Grooming Your Kitty

    Risk Management

    Investment Vehicles

    Dividend Reinvestment Options

    Worry-Free Kitties

    Don't Cry, Diversify

    How Not to Buy Socks

    Planning for What Comes Next

    Chapter 7: Planning Departure

    Uncle Freddy and the Pompadour Kid

    Learning to Sail

    Learning about Cruising

    You're Almost Ready

    Susan and the Wonder Cruise

    Destinations--The Long-Range Plan

    Charts and Guidebooks

    The First-Year Plan

    Don't Become a Liveaboard

    Chapter 8: Life Aboard

    An Incident at Aitutaki

    Cruising Skills

    Noncruising Cruising Skills

    Skills You'll Need Ashore

    Skills to Sell to Other Cruisers

    Skills to Sell Ashore

    Chapter 9: OK, Let's Buy a Boat

    Delphus and the Doofus

    Looking at Boats

    A Liability, Not an Asset

    Pay Cash

    Insurance

    A Few Things to Look for in Your Cruising Boat

    New Boats versus Old Boats

    Let the Search Begin

    The Hull

    The Engine

    What's Your Price Range?

    Some Favorite Boats

    Making an Offer

    Get a Survey

    Building Your Own Boat

    Chapter 10: Commence Cruising

    Let's Get Going

    The Rigging

    The Electrical System

    Batteries and Charging Systems

    The Engine

    Sea Trials

    Chapter 11: Food and the Cruising Galley

    The Most Important Part of the Boat

    Galley Layout and Hardware

    The Kitchen Sink

    Storage

    Pots and Pans

    Galley Gadgets

    Sharing the Chores

    A Few Fantastic Recipes from 's Galley

    Chapter 12: The Electronics Revolution

    Electronic Marvels

    Electronic Navigation

    Radar

    Communications

    The Internet

    Personal Computers

    Water, Water, Everywhere

    Safety at Sea

    Appendix

    Recommended Reading

    Index


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