For weekenders, world cruisers, and liveaboard boaters a a wide-ranging compendium of tips and projects to improve boats Good Boatkeeping is the perfect place to turn for innovative ideas and clear instructions on how to make a good boat even better and the sweet life even sweeter. Now this updated and expanded Second Edition offers you even more inventive approaches and easy-to-implement solutions to everything from anchoring and docking to getting rid of pests. This stand-out collection of tips and projects is carefully organized by space and activity. Each of its 27 chapters offers 100 suggestions, ideas, and how-to tips for making life onboard an absolute joy. Topics include organizing the galley, engine maintenance, optimizing storage, easier cleaning, greater comfort, and much more. aPractical, uncomplicated, based on experience.a aWoodenBoatBut if the ding is deep, polyester may eventually shrink just enough so you can see the outline of the repair. ac Epoxy putties take longer to dry and are a lot harder to sand, but they wona#39;t shrink, so you wona#39;t be fixing the same spot again later.
|Author||:||Zora Aiken, David Aiken|
|Publisher||:||McGraw Hill Professional - 2005-09-09|