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Re: Good Learning to Sail Books?

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Originally Posted by ShoalFinder View Post
The Complete Sailor. I got mine for the Kindle.
I have the Kindle version of this book too....I sure wish they'd do a version of the Annapolis Book.

I also have the Kindle version of Boatowner's Illustrated Electrical Handbook, The Blue Book of Sailing and a bunch of other sailing "free" books on knots, weather, marlinspike seamanship, classics, all my manuals, Chart 1, CG Navigation....quite a collection.

I'm VERY happy with my Kindle...I have almost 500 books on it now!
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