Emergencies on Board

Emergencies on Board : A Captain's Quick Guide

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This book provides the information any boater needs in the event of fire, flooding, crew overboard, or some other mishap, packaged for instant access and on-board use. This guide should be reviewed frequently and shared with crew and guests. This laminated fold-out guide provides remarkably thorough coverage of its topic in a durable, weatherproof, convenient, instantly accessible and highly graphic format. Any boater who studies "Emergencies on Board" and keeps it handy for emergencies will know how to respond when: His/her boat is taking on water; someone falls overboard or suffers a medical emergency; a fire starts on board; and the boat runs aground, suffers a collision, or loses power.show more

Product details

  • Other book format | 16 pages
  • 109.2 x 228.6 x 5.1mm | 68.04g
  • McGraw-Hill Education - Europe
  • McGraw-Hill Contemporary
  • London, United States
  • English
  • 0071452206
  • 9780071452205
  • 755,214

About John Rousmaniere

John Rousmaniere is a national authority on sailing and seamanship, a household name among boaters, and a first-rate writer by any standard. He is the author of 18 books, including Fastnet, Force 10 (W.W. Norton), which has sold nearly 100,000 copies since 1980, and The Annapolis Book of Seamanship (Simon & Schuster), which is considered the standard work on seamanship under sail and has sold 250,000 copies since 1983. His other titles include a history of yachting, The Golden Pastime (W.W. Norton), two histories of the America's Cup race, and a history of the yacht America. He wrote the navigation section of the Microsoft Encarta Encyclopedia and compiled the Illustrated Dictionary of Boating Terms (W.W. Norton, 1998). He has written the histories of institutions such as Columbia University, The Equitable Life Assurance Company, and the law firm Davis Polk & Wardwell. He lectures at Safety-at-Sea seminars across the country, writes a column on seamanship for the online magazine SailNet (www.sailnet.com), and regularly publishes articles in the boating press. He has been interviewed on the Learning Channel, A&E, and CNN. He has sailed more than 35,000 miles, including three Atlantic crossings. He holds a master's in history from Columbia University and a Master of Divinity degree from Union Theological. HOMETOWN: Stamford, CTshow more