Seamanship Vol.1: Anchoring, Weather, Man Overboard
Seamanship Vol.1: Anchoring, Weather, Man Overboard • 53m
NOTE: As a public service you can stream free 102H: Man Overboard Recovery by U.S. Naval Academy Sailing Team.
A video by Rob Dubin
From the Sailing Quarterly Video Magazine library, this 53 minute how-to sailing video covers Anchor Penetration and Holding; Weather Forecasting and Routing; Anchoring under Sail; securing a Mediterranean (Med) Mooring; and a Man Overboard (MOB) Recovery demonstration by the U.S. Naval Academy Sailing Team. Presenters include Gary Jobson plus sailing experts Hal Sutphen, John Rousmaniere, Frank Papy, Bill Biewenga, and Keith Taylor. (C1Z)
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