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offshore books needed

Hi all, i am planning to go around the globe in 2 years, so in order to get as much info as possible i need to read on the subject. Any suggestions of what i should start with ?
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Re: offshore books needed

I recently finished Storm Tactics by Lin Parday. Good read about preparing and handling heavy weather at sea.
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ya i did read it about a week ago. damn good book.
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Re: offshore books needed

Jim Cornell - World Cruising Routes

Anything by Liza Copeland (http://www.aboutcruising.com/)
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Re: offshore books needed

Here's a link to the books I have onboard, the offshore and heavy weather books are all worth reading

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