16.07.2017

GPS FOR MARINERS

gps for mariners

Author(s) Robert J. Sweet
Publisher McGraw-Hill
Date 2003
Pages 170
Format pdf
Size 9 Mb
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This excellent guide will help all mariners to properly use their GPS equipment when navigating the rivers and lakes, as well as the coastal waters. The first four chapters of the volume have been designed to tell the readers about the fundamentals of GPS, while the in the rest of the content Robert Sweet is going into more details for utilization of the GPS for navigation.

One of the features appreciated by the readers of the book was that the information presented could also be applied by the people absolutely unfamiliar with the system. The book is very easy-to-read, informative but not too technical, providing all required information but remaining reader-friendly. It is a really great instructional book for all people willing to be self-sufficient when navigating their boats. The information will be easy to understand for the regular boat owners; and more professional sailors can use the book as a refresher or when providing the trainings to the beginners as the book contains lots of illustrations with practical and informative tips for the boats.

The navigation methodology used in the publication is sound and the content has been found to be well-organized. The concise and very clear advice related to the installation and initialization of the GS units on the boats, their usage and operation, and interpretation of the information obtained from the unit, will be very useful for every boater, from absolute novices to the professionals.

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