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Knowing Your Multihull : Catamarans, Trimarans, Proas - Including Sailing Yachts, Luxury Boats, Cabin Cruisers, New & Used Boats, Boats for Sal
by John Marples




Overview -
The Must-Know information about catamarans, trimarans & proas for every multihull owner or prospective buyer. This includes buying information and understanding the most important areas of boat maintenance for your vessel.
Multihull expert John Marples gives you all the essential information, which covers sailing yachts, luxury boats, cabin cruisers, new boats, used boats, boats for sale and small boat designs. Multihull owners can protect their investment, or save themselves a lot of grief, when it comes to these unique craft, including:
-- Critical areas of multihull service and performance
-- Common self-built and production boat problems
-- Understanding the "multihull platform" and its effects upon sailing and performance
-- Main stress points and how to increase the longevity of your boat
-- Design flaws and danger signs in catamarans and trimarans
-- #1 multihull mistake (dangerous and decreases sailing performance)
-- Weight distribution for safe sailing and increase performance
-- Multihull ballast issues and performance
-- Fundamental difference between monohull and multihull rigging
-- How to easily perform routine maintenance on cruising multihulls
-- Main areas for multihull maintenance (what are they ... and why?)
-- Easiest (yet most neglected) multihull maintenance issue
-- Why fiberglass production boats and wooden boats can both suffer from mildew and rot
-- What to change put in the hulls each and every time you go sailing
-- Active (and passive) pieces of equipment to help keep your boat fresh for years to come
-- Must-have pieces of equipment to include in the engine area
-- Avoiding chainplate errors (that cause corrosion & structural damage
-- #1 way small multihulls suffer from damage"

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Overview

The Must-Know information about catamarans, trimarans & proas for every multihull owner or prospective buyer. This includes buying information and understanding the most important areas of boat maintenance for your vessel.
Multihull expert John Marples gives you all the essential information, which covers sailing yachts, luxury boats, cabin cruisers, new boats, used boats, boats for sale and small boat designs. Multihull owners can protect their investment, or save themselves a lot of grief, when it comes to these unique craft, including:
-- Critical areas of multihull service and performance
-- Common self-built and production boat problems
-- Understanding the "multihull platform" and its effects upon sailing and performance
-- Main stress points and how to increase the longevity of your boat
-- Design flaws and danger signs in catamarans and trimarans
-- #1 multihull mistake (dangerous and decreases sailing performance)
-- Weight distribution for safe sailing and increase performance
-- Multihull ballast issues and performance
-- Fundamental difference between monohull and multihull rigging
-- How to easily perform routine maintenance on cruising multihulls
-- Main areas for multihull maintenance (what are they ... and why?)
-- Easiest (yet most neglected) multihull maintenance issue
-- Why fiberglass production boats and wooden boats can both suffer from mildew and rot
-- What to change put in the hulls each and every time you go sailing
-- Active (and passive) pieces of equipment to help keep your boat fresh for years to come
-- Must-have pieces of equipment to include in the engine area
-- Avoiding chainplate errors (that cause corrosion & structural damage
-- #1 way small multihulls suffer from damage"


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  • ISBN-13: 9780972146173
  • ISBN-10: 0972146172
  • Publisher: Bookspecs Publishing
  • Publish Date: April 2014
  • Page Count: 156
  • Dimensions: 9 x 6 x 0.33 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.48 pounds


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