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The Arts of the Sailor: Knotting, Splicing and Ropework (1953)

by Hervey Garrett Smith

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0486264408, Paperback)

A maritime expert offers boating and yachting enthusiasts a complete course in rigging, working, and maintaining a ship. The perfect shipboard reference, this volume is packed with useful "hands-on" information: sailor's tools, basic knots, and useful hitches; handsewing and canvas work; and dozens of other topics important to safety, economy, and efficiency. Over 100 illustrations.

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