|Statement||by Roger C. Taylor ; with five drawings by Allen Beechlel.|
|LC Classifications||GV777.5 .T39 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 119 p. :|
|Number of Pages||119|
|LC Control Number||82080400|
Elements of Seamanship: Prepared as a Text Book for the Midshipmen of the C. S. Navy (Classic Reprint) [William Harwar Parker] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Excerpt from Elements of Seamanship: Prepared as a Text Book for the Midshipmen of the C. S. Navy It is intended to precede the work on harbor routine. David Steel's Elements and Practice of Rigging and Seamanship is an excellent source for the best-practices of the day for making sails and rigging ships in the s. This is very much focused on the British Navy, though there are references and comments on the practice used by English merchant ships and, more rarely, to other nations/5(3). Additional Physical Format: Online version: Taylor, Roger C. Elements of seamanship. Camden, Me.: International Marine Pub. Co., © (OCoLC) ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Includes index. Description: viii, pages: illustrations ; 22 cm. Series Title: Seamanship series.
The book describes theoretical and practical aspects of masts, rigging, and sails, and the science of sailing. The combination of practical advice supported by scientific and mathematical explanations and numerous illustrations provides valuable insights into British seamanship during the Napoleonic : David Steel. When a Cutter has a Topmast with Cross-trees, it has two pair of topmast shrouds and one pair of backstays, or else three pair of topmast shrouds only. In the Table for a Ketch of Tons, page , Length, &c. should be Length of the first warp of the Main Shrouds. By a . Text-Book of Seamanship, , is an updated age of sail textbook at the beginning of the true transition of warships from sail to steam power. In this online version of the manual we have attempted to keep the flavor of the original layout while . The bunt-lines, leech-lines, clue-garnets, and all the geer bent, make fast a rope-band to each bunt-line and leech-line leg, that the men may be enabled to catch the head of the sail from the yard. Now man well the yard ropes, bunt-lines, leech-lines, and clue-garnets.
The Elements and Practice of Rigging and Seamanship. Illustrated with Engravings. in Two Volumes.. Volume 1 of 2 (Paperback or Softback) by Steel, David and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The Elements and Practice of Rigging And Seamanship, , by David Steel, is a comprehensive English textbook of rigging, seamanship and naval tactics. A key reference for those interested in the age of Nelson. Although at times difficult because of its fine detail. The Elements of Seamanship by Roger C. Taylor. boat rentals and yacht charters, boating, seamanship and maritime schools, Acquired over 1, books and magazine back issues in our academy library and so far have made over . This book is a great read for all but the most seasoned sailors. Taylor doesn't just lecture on doing things the right way; he illustrates (both literally and figuratively) all his point with tips, tricks and anecdotes, and then throws in a few extra for good measure.