|Author:||Lew Hackler,Bobby Basnight,Don Casey|
|Title:||Sensible Cruising: The Thoreau Approach : A Philosophic and Practical Approach to Cruising|
|Format:||lrf lit txt docx|
|ePUB size:||1305 kb|
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|Publisher:||Seascape Enterprises; Reissue edition (June 1, 1987)|
Casey offers very practical advice in selecting and outfitting a small, live-aboard sailboat for cruising on a modest budget. It provided a realistic and comprehensive guide to prepare the person for the experience too. I found this book a great resource when preparing a boat and my family to sail from Oregon to Mexico. It is appropriate for readers who want to go sailboat cruising during regular vacations as well as those who are considering more extended voyages. If you are looking for another book to feed a dream to go sailboat cruising, this book is an excellent choice . Best book on beginning the cruising lifestyle. Genuine good read unlike most "sailing" books you usually get gifted by friends and family.
by Casey, Don; Hackler, Lew; Bobby Basnight.
Home All Categories Sports & Outdoors Books Boating & Sailing Books Sensible Cruising: The Thoreau Approach : A Philosophic and Practical Approach to Cruising. ISBN13: 9780877422884. Sensible Cruising : The Thoreau Approach. by Lew Hackler and Don Casey.
Ian said: Sensible Crusing is a goldmine of Thoreau quotes about good simple living. Start by marking Sensible Cruising: The Thoreau Approach : A Philosophic and Practical Approach to Cruising as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. If wisdom can be defined as common sense that has withstood the test of time, then Sensible Cruising is a wise book. It explains: Why a sensible cruise is affordable to almost anyone. Why the boat of choice for most cruisers is under 35 feet. Why lowering the cost doesn't devalue the cruise. How simplicity minimizes insulation from the experience. How to think in terms of.
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Sensible Cruising is a refreshing change, written for those of us who dream of modest goals. Every cruising sailor, ambitious or unambitious, should read and treasure this memorable volume. Casey and Hackler suck the very marrow of life from Henry David Thoreau's writings to build a case for the small cruiser. The perfect instigation to get procrastinators and naysayers off the pot and over the horizon.
General Reference: Sensible Cruising: The Thoreau Approach, by Don Casey & Lew Hackler. This book is full of insight and advice on choosing what’s practical and essential to get you cruising with reasonable expectations and on a reasonable budget. Weaving the philosophy of Henry David Thoreau’s contemplative and austere life in the mid-1800’s at Walden Pond into the book is a brilliant concept, but is quite a stretch for those who have studied Thoreau. My guess is Thoreau would view many of the author’s choices and recommendations as outrageously extravagant living
Sensible Cruising : The Thoreau Approach A Philosophic and Practical Approach to Cruising by Don Casey, Lew Hackler (Contributor), Bobby Basnight (Illustrator), Lewis R. Hackler. Just about any topic you can think of is covered, with new and insightful thoughts on what works and what doesn't, as well as how to make cruising less technical, less expensive, less dependant on the chandlery and shore-side services in general. Seaworthy Offshore Sailboat A Guide to Essential Features, Handling, and Gear by John Vigor. This book presents the detail descriptions of what makes a boat seaworthy
Sensible Cruising – The Thoreau Approach. by Don Casey and Lew Hackler10th printing,1995. International Marine Publishing. Subtitled A Philosophic & Practical Approach to Cruising and in it’s 10th printing, this book is one to savour and reflect upon while hanging off the hook in some remote anchorage. by Mairi Hedderwick, 2001.