Index of Publications. Issues nos. 1-120, 1955-1996

Chapter 21) Seamanship - navigation, handling

Notes:

bc = back cover
c = front cover
ic = inside cover
ibc = inside back cover
p = picture
* = superceded by later publication

13 = Self steering 3rd edition (earlier editions have different page nos)
78 = Cruising catamarans 2nd edition (earlier edition has different page nos)

Issue names, dates and availability, ordering information

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Handling - putting about hydrofoil 19= 27 Pearce, N.G.A.
Handling - tacking a cat 18= 20-21 Naish, Norman
Handling in gusts 120= 72-74 Norwood, Joseph
Handling putting about 15= 30 JUMPAHEAD
Handling putting about proa 47= 44 Prout/Taylor
Handling sail 58= 66-72 Michielsen, K.
Handling sail - hoisting & lowering main-trysail 11= 14-18
Handling sail - Micronesian sails (Crab Claw or Oceanic Lateen) 33= 12-16 Bierberg, A.E.
Handling sail - remote jib-reefing mechanism 34= 59 Piver, Arthur
Handling sail in heavy weather 67= 23-24 OSTAR
Handling sail on a proa 47= 46-47 Prout/Taylor
Handling sail & reefing 4= 22-23 Satterthwaite, Charles A.
Launch of 37' trimaran 78A- 9= 30-33 Ingeberg, Helge
Launch of South Seas proa - traditionally 51= 78-83 Rangi, Te Kupe
Manoeuvrability of catamarans 15= 17-18 Morwood, John
Manoeuvrability of catamarans 16= 10-11 OCELOT/Harris
Navigation equipment 48= 15-18 Radar
Navigation equipment 48=c, 12-13 & 18-19 Automatic Helmsman
Navigation equipment 53= 17 & 22 Tangvald, Peter
Navigation equipment 61= 66-67 Windmaster Mk II navigational aid
Navigation equipment 76=120-124 Antrim, W.
Navigation equipment 78A- 5=9 Bino-compass
Navigation equipment 81= 51 by computer
Navigation equipment - direction finding aerial 8= 14-17 DF (Direction Finding) radio aerial
Navigation equipment - lighting 78A-10= 20-23 Molyneux, Eric
Navigation equipment - lighting 78A-10= 51 Seawife Weylite
Navigation equipment - lighting 80= 5 Seawife
Navigation Noon Position 61= 95-97 Piver, Arthur
Righting 50= 74-76 Mendonca/Henderson
Righting methods for multihulls 54= 71-74 Ashford, Paul
Righting methods for multihulls 63= 54-57 Lautier, E. Burnaby
Righting methods for multihulls 69= 92-100 Benyon-Tinker, Fred
Righting moment of trimaran 43= 50-52 Yorke, Gerald S.
Righting proa 33= 16-17 Smallwood, T.O.
Righting trimaran 55= 17-18 Morwood, John
Seamanship 21= 6-7 & 18-20 Satterthwaite, Charles A.
Seamanship 52= 71-72 Piver, Arthur
Seamanship 69= 32-36 Brown, Jim
Seamanship 77= 19 Various
Seamanship - catamaran 60= 17-18 Wharram, James
Seamanship - changing tack on proa 16= 36-37 Bierberg, A.E.
Seamanship - deepwater 75= 22-92 Publication
Seamanship - defined 75= 4-6 Morwood, John
Seamanship - handling - a NIMBLE on the Rocks 55= 14-18 Morwood, John
Seamanship - handling proa 71= 80-87 Taylor, J.S.
Seamanship - handling tacking a cat 18= 20-21 Naish, Norman
Seamanship - handling trimarans in storm conditions 63= 62-75 Piver, Arthur
Seamanship - hoisting the spinnaker 78A- 1= 38-42 Webb, D.
Seamanship - navigation 53= 17 & 22 Tangvald, Peter
Seamanship - navigation 61= 95-97 Piver, Arthur
Seamanship - watchkeeping systems 75= 47 & 64-67 Tailyour, Ewan
Tacking catamaran 18= 20-21 Naish, Norman
Trimaran seamanship 55= 14-18 Morwood, John
Wind Angle Indicator 33= 36-38 Schroeders, Richard A.

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