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Re: Good Learning to Sail Books?

Since I'm on an inland lake, I have no need for charts at this time....but I did download the free PDF's for NOAA Chart 1, USCG Navigation Rules, Texas Water Safety Act....and mailed them to my Kindle email so they'd convert and load to the Kindle....in fact, I've done this with all my manuals for the boat...owners, parts, radio, motor, etc....although, I'm not real impressed with the presentation of PDFs....they're usable in a pinch when you need to look something up or reference it....but an actual converted Kindle book is much, MUCH better.

I also have a bunch of "nautical" classics....Seven Seas Tales, Captain Cook's stuff, Treasure Island...and many, many more....all FREE....
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