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Stability and Trim of Fishing Vessels and Other Small Ships

by J. A. Hind

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The loading of vessels to secure maximum security and seakindliness is of vital importance to fishermen. This book deals with this important subject in detail and is intended as a textbook for preparing for masters and mates certficates. It also affords practical guidance to the fisheman or smallboat owner. Since it was first published, much of its advice and many of the principles behind its recommendation have become officially adopted, nationally and internationally.

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