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Boats need regular upkeep, but keeping track of everything related to boat maintenance can be a time consuming hassle. This logbook will prove a real boon to all boatowners who want to keep a record of the myriad elements relating to their boat in one convenient place for easy reference. Instead of scattered collections of scraps of paper, receipts and certificates all held in different places, the Adlard Coles Maintenance Logbook allows the boatowner to keep everything they need at their fingertipsColour coded sections make navigating the book easy in order to keep a note of:- part numbers of equipment, navigation light bulbs, engine parts, rigging screws, etc- replacement dates for lifejacket cylinders, flares, gas plumbing pipes, water filters, etc- the next service date for liferaft, engine, water filters, seacocks- navigation software pin numbers and passwords- gauges, strengths, thicknesses and lengths of halyards, rigging wire, etcThe author ran a chandlery for over 20 years, and this is the organiser his customers always needed but could never buy until now. This book will solve all their boat maintenance record-keeping problems.
Robert Dearn has had a varied sailing career from dinghy sailing and instructing to skippering traditional yachts of up to 72ft, and as a former Yachtmaster Instructor and Examiner, training and examining candidates for their Yachtmaster certificate. He currently owns a Heard 28 Gaff Cutter which he uses for family cruising in the West Country, North Brittany, The Channel Islands and the Isle of Scilly. He has written various logbooks for the RYA and publishes a series of 'Cockpit Cards' for quick on-board reference. He is the Harbour Master of the River Yealm in South Devon.