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The Cruising Guide to Central and Southern California Golden Gate to Ensenada Mexico Including the Offshore Islands

The Cruising Guide to Central and Southern California  Golden Gate to Ensenada  Mexico  Including the Offshore Islands Author Brian Fagan
ISBN-10 0071374647
Release 2001-09-27
Pages 384
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Comprehensive and authoritative, this guide combines and updates two smaller, long-trusted regional books to provide seamless coverage of the entire California coast from just outside the Golden Gate Bridge to Mexico, with special attention given to the popular offshore islands between Point Conception and San Diego. Brian Fagan draws upon more than three decades of experience sailing those waters under all conditions to offer the definitive cruising guide for both sailors and powerboaters.



Exploring the Pacific Coast

Exploring the Pacific Coast Author Don Douglass
ISBN-10 1932310223
Release 2009-01-01
Pages 489
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Presents boating guides for the waters in and around the Pacific Coast, from San Diego to Seattle, with coastal day trip itineraries and tips for select harbors and towns.



Cruising Guide to San Diego Bay

Cruising Guide to San Diego Bay Author Ed Bowler
ISBN-10 0939837552
Release 2002-10-01
Pages 289
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Cruising Guide to San Diego Bay is a complete compilation of up-to-date sailing information about San Diego Bay and its adjacent harbors. The Guide includes current bay rules and regulations as well as pointers on how to make your stay in the area enjoyable. Here you will find charts and photos;sailing and driving directions; descriptions of marinas, anchorages, and mooring areas; lists of public transportation, restaurants, hotels and sights to see in and around San Diego Bay. For your convenience, the guide gives telephone numbers, offices to call, and addresses to write for licences and permits for bay use. Cruising Guide to San Diego Bay prepares the sailor for an enjoyable stay in Americas Finest City.



Cruising Guide to San Francisco Bay

Cruising Guide to San Francisco Bay Author Bob Mehaffy
ISBN-10 0939837315
Release 2010-01-01
Pages 200
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The definitive Guide for San Francisco Bay. In this updated and expanded second edition, this comprehensive cruising guide includes four more destinations outside the Bay: Pillar Point Harbor, Drakes Bay, Bodega Harbor, and Tomales Bay. For the more than 70 destinations covered, the authors give detailed instructions on how to get there safely, where to anchor or tie up, and what to do there.The Mehaffys have updated the information about the marinas and anchorages. Includes 30 harbor diagrams, over 200 photos. Indispensable for Bay boaters.



Cruising the Big U

Cruising the Big U Author Ade Salzer; Jo Salzer
ISBN-10 145685870X
Release 2011-03-29
Pages 561
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Jo and Ade spent over three fantastic years crusing the Big U in a 43' Selene Trawler, Wandering Star. Besides having fun, their vision was to demonstrate that you don't have to cross oceans and go around the world to have the incredible adventure of a lifetime.



Cruising Guide to Southern California s Offshore Islands

Cruising Guide to Southern California s Offshore Islands Author Brian M. Fagan
ISBN-10 0963463500
Release 1993
Pages 271
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Cruising Guide to Southern California s Offshore Islands has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Cruising Guide to Southern California s Offshore Islands also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Cruising Guide to Southern California s Offshore Islands book for free.



Cruising Catalina Island

Cruising Catalina Island Author Bill McNeely
ISBN-10 097595881X
Release 2013-04-02
Pages 106
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Cruising guide for boaters to Santa Catalina Island, California, covering Avalon, Two Harbors, other major harbors and secret coves



Anchoring at Catalina

Anchoring at Catalina Author Marc Hughston
ISBN-10 0615401341
Release 2010-09-15
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The definitive guidebook for anchoring at Santa Catalina Island. Includes approaches and hazards; how to anchor bow and stern; how to use a single anchor; local knowledge for each cove; chart details and photos to help you pick the best spot



California s Channel Islands

California s Channel Islands Author Frederic Caire Chiles
ISBN-10 9780806149233
Release 2015-01-20
Pages 296
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Prehistoric foragers, conquistadors, missionaries, adventurers, hunters, and rugged agriculturalists parade across the histories of these little known islands on the horizon of twenty-first century Southern California. This chain of eight islands is home to a biodiversity unrivaled anywhere on Earth. For visitors and armchair travelers alike, this book weaves the strands of natural history, island ecology, and human endeavor to tell the Channel Islands' full story.



Taken by the Wind

Taken by the Wind Author Marilyn Johnson
ISBN-10 1532895666
Release 2016-10-31
Pages 394
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Common lore is that you cannot sail the northwest coast - the winds are too fickle so you must motor along the Inside Passage. The author knows that is not true because in 7 years she traveled over 10,000 NM along the northwest coast in her 38' sailboat, sailing about 2/3 of the time under way. This guide will help you understand how you can do the same. There are two features of the northwest coast inland waters that you must understand. First, the regions you will pass through have unusual wind patterns that seem completely erratic until you understand the common summer weather patterns and how land affects wind. Then, the winds are predictable and comprehensible, and you will know when and where to sail. Second, the tidal currents can be so strong that a narrow channel becomes a raging white water rapid, complete with whirlpools and strong eddies. With two tide cycles a day, and a height difference of up to 23 feet (7 meters), anyone traveling in a sailboat must take the extreme tidal conditions seriously. If you don't know when your travel must coincide with the appropriate current flow, you may go backwards (or worse). This guide is not a memoir, doesn't focus on anchorages, and won't try to teach you how to sail. Instead it is a practical guide about how to take advantage of the characteristic winds and tidal currents of each area so you can enjoy sailing, rather than motoring, along this uniquely beautiful temperate wilderness coastline. Whether you are sailboat cruising in the Pacific Northwest, or getting ready for the Race to Alaska (R2AK), this guide will help you become an expert at taking advantage of the so-called "fickle" winds. Here are more details about the very-well researched guide. It begins with a brief part on planning and a general overview of the currents and wind. It then provides 19 reference chapters divided into three parts: "Cruising in Civilization" from Seattle to Johnstone Strait; "Cruising in Wilderness" through Johnstone Strait, Queen Charlotte Strait and the north BC coast to Prince Rupert; and "Cruising the Big Water" from the Southeast Alaska border to Glacier Bay. Each reference chapter identifies the relevant nautical charts, applicable weather forecasts, pertinent marine condition reporting stations, tide and current stations, details of Vessel Traffic Services (VTS) and the local commercial traffic check-in points. Each chapter also includes route planning sections that highlight important decisions that sailors must make under way based on current weather conditions, such as whether to run Johnstone Strait or take the more protected northern channels, or deciding whether and how to take an inland vs. outer route. For planning purposes, the Appendices provide historical wind data for the summer months from more than 85 marine condition reporting stations so you can know how the wind direction and speed varies from month-to-month. This guide is written for sailors, by a sailor who understands the conditions sailboats need for sailing. You'll find yourself constantly referring to this planning and reference guide as you sail the Pacific Northwest Coast.



The Complete Trailer Sailor How to Buy Equip and Handle Small Cruising Sailboats

The Complete Trailer Sailor  How to Buy  Equip  and Handle Small Cruising Sailboats Author Brian Gilbert
ISBN-10 9780071593601
Release 2007-06-22
Pages 192
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A soup-to-nuts introduction to small, economical sailing craft Trailer sailers--the smallest, most economical sailboats with sleeping accommodations--are a popular platform for learning the basics of sailing and are often considered to be the entry level to cruising under sail. Author Brian Gilbert shows how trailer sailers can be the ideal craft for a lifetime of enjoyment, including serious, long-distance cruising. This book covers all the bases, including how to inspect, buy, and equip a boat; how to trailer, sail, navigate, and cruise in small boats; how to use communications and navigation equipment; and more.



Charlie s Charts North to Alaska

Charlie s Charts   North to Alaska Author Charles E. Wood
ISBN-10 0968637051
Release 2004
Pages 241
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his cruising guide provides navigation information for a boater departing from Victoria and traveling along the British Columbia and Southeast Alaskan coasts following the protected waters of the Inside Passage to Glacier Bay, Alaska. It is divided into eight sections with full-color photographs and a sketched chart indicating marinas or anchorages where a cruising boat can find moorage as it travels along the coast. Each location has a detailed sketch and description of a safe approach, recommended anchorages and shore facilities. Crucial portions such as the transit of passes and the passage of Cape Caution are given particular attention with guidelines for timing and recommended routes. A customized weather map provides excellent information. For cruisers unable to make the entire trip to Alaska shorter trips to spectacular areas on the coast are described such as to Princess Louisa Inlet, Desolation Sound, Broughton Archipelago, Fiordland Recreation Area, Kitimat and the Kitlope.



The Explorers

The Explorers Author Richard F. Pourade
ISBN-10 UCSD:31822013514583
Release 1960
Pages 203
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Story of the discovery of San Diego in 1542 by Cabrillo, emphasizing the role of the padres who explored the region.



Transboundary Policy Challenges in the Pacific Border Regions of North America

Transboundary Policy Challenges in the Pacific Border Regions of North America Author Donald K. Alper
ISBN-10 9781552382233
Release 2008
Pages 343
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"Transboundary Policy Challenges" responds to a growing interest in borderlands environmental policy by highlighting significant transboundary research and practices being undertaken within and across the Pacific border regions of North America. Growing concern about the seriousness of environmental problems, particularly in high-growth border areas, coupled with the rising awareness of the complexities entailed in wise development decisions, has spurred recognition that new realities require new responses. Critical for effective environmental protection, restoration, and education is a sharing of understanding and effort across borders. "Transboundary Policy Challenges" advances transborder environmental research and discusses sensible policy directions with particular focus on critical areas of international concern and engagement: land and water use planning; regional growth management; trade and transportation corridors; environmental education; and travel and tourism. Contributors to the volume represent a range of disciplines, as well as institutions in Canada, the United States, and Mexico.



Mexico Boating Guide

Mexico Boating Guide Author Patricia Rains
ISBN-10 0963847058
Release 2006-01-01
Pages 272
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This book and its text, charts, illustrations and photos are to be used for planning and reference purposes only. They are specifically not to be used for navigation. The text has been prepared, based upon personal inspections, official publications and other data deemed reliable, with the objective of making the boating visitor's voyage more enjoyable.



World Cruising Routes

World Cruising Routes Author Jimmy Cornell
ISBN-10 0070134065
Release 1998
Pages 595
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This updated comprehensive cruising guide to all the world's oceans is a valuable reference for cruising sailors and armchair dreamers. More than 500 sailing routes are detailed, including 40 new routes to such high-latitude destinations as Scandinavia, Iceland, Greenland, Alaska, and Antarctica. The book includes 64 pages of 2-color maps, updated Gps coordinates for navigation, and route-by-route descriptions of weather and hazards.



Effects of Tourism on Marine Mammals in New Zealand

Effects of Tourism on Marine Mammals in New Zealand Author Rochelle Constantine
ISBN-10 UCSD:31822033671819
Release 1999
Pages 60
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Effects of Tourism on Marine Mammals in New Zealand has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Effects of Tourism on Marine Mammals in New Zealand also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Effects of Tourism on Marine Mammals in New Zealand book for free.