World Cruising Routes

Author(s) Jimmy Cornell
Publisher Adlard Coles Nautical
Date 1995
Pages 502
Format pdf
Size 49 Mb







Since the time of the initial publication of this title nearly thirty years ago, the marine navigation has undergone numerous significant changes, and this edition of the book has been revised in a thorough way in order to meet all expectations of the readers as well as the requirements of the maritime industry.

Some of the changes were dictated by the climate change effects on the weather, on the basis of the data collected in the course of the meteorological observations from satellite stations. The sailors working all around the world have found this volume very useful and practical; it may be treated as a go-to book for all offshore sailing expeditions as the content of the volume includes the information covering the shipping routes, safety at sea, weather and seasons, currents - in fact, everything they need to know to make their voyages safe.

The publication has been deservedly considered a must-have one on board every vessel planning any long-distance sailing. It stands alone as the real icon of ship routing information for the cruisers. The author offers different choices of the routes including valuable waypoints specifying the latitude/longitude.

It is a good roadmap to the oceans and seas of the world, providing extensive data on the various shipping routes supplemented with the advisable landfalls plus marinas, i.e. it is an excellent practical reference for sailors.

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