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Author: Howard Irving Chapelle
Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company
ISBN: 9780393035544
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Originally published: New York: Norton, 1941.

The Sallie And Stacy Saunders Story

Author: Susan Chapman Melanson
ISBN: 1435724879
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Sallie Harding Saunders and her husband, Stacy Saunders, were pioneers in many ways. Sallie and Stacy eloped in 1909 and the life they created is the story presented here. They taught school in Puerto Rico. Sallie became a medical doctor and eventually the Director of Maternal and Child Care in Massachusetts. She was responsible for innovations and legislation to provide care for premature infants. Stacy lost his eyesight yet graduated from law school and began working on cases for Harvard University. After seventeen years of being blind a miraculous surgery restored his eyesight. The history of Sallie and Stacy intertwines with the towns of Medway, Hopedale and Winthrop, MA. The reader will find personalized accounts of hurricanes; notations about Winthrop's narrow gauge railroad; descriptions of the boat building business their son-in-law and grandson became involved with; and remembrances of the 1960 Electra plane crash as well as the special places they called home.

Seet Chtigkeit

Author: Czesław A. Marchaj
ISBN: 9783768806206
Size: 80.32 MB
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Dieses Buch behandelt alle Fakten und ihre Zusammenhänge, die Einfluss auf die Sicherheit haben: die Bewegungen eines Bootes, die Stabilität, das Rollen durch Ruderwirkung, den Einfluss des Tauchens auf Kenterwahrscheinlichkeit, die Richtungsstabilität und andere Dinge. Der Autor gründet seine Argumentationen auf die Naturgesetze. Er hat den Versuch unternommen, das wichtige und ernste Thema Seetüchtigkeit mit wenig und einfacher Mathematik, im Vertrauen auf informative Abbildungen und Diagramme, darzustellen.

Boatbuilding In Your Own Backyard

Author: S. S. Rabl
ISBN: 9781626549746
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"Boatbuilding in Your Own Backyard" makes building a variety of classic wooden boats accessible to anyone. Using the illustrated instructions in this book, you can truly build a boat-dingy, sailboat or cruiser-in your spare time, in your backyard or garage. Considered the best in its field for over five decades, "Boatbuilding in Your Own Backyard." offers the best practices of boat making processes, designs, concepts, and materials. Written for boat makers of all levels, boatbuilding expert Sam S. Rabl shares a lifetime of knowledge about designing and constructing your own craft, all in a single volume. From wood selection, tools, fastenings, laying down and taking off, framing, making the fits, planking and decking, installing the motor, the cabin, sails, and rigging, to caulking, painting, and more, Rabl guides the amateur boatmaker through every step of the process. The author also shares detailed drawing and guidelines for the construction of eleven boats, including a 14-foot skiff, 15-foot outboard utility, 15-foot sailing cruiser, 18-foot sport fisherman, 24-foot auxiliary cruiser, and several models of an 18-foot outboard tabloid cruiser (an example of which is the world famous Picaroon). "Boatbuilding in Your Own Backyard" is the ideal builder's handbook and is an indispensable guide to good care, safety, and maintenance for every boat owner. Rabl's concise instructions overflow with expert advice that will simplify the job and make your boat build a success "About the Author The son of a shipyard supervisor in Chesapeake Bay, Sam S. Rabl's love and knowledge of boats started very early. His passion was fortified by technical training as a draftsman, naval architect and marine engineer. Sam Rabl was brought to national attention with his unique ability to make boat design understandable for the layman."