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Steve Henkel is an illustrator and writer. He has been fascinated by boats for 50 years and has owned more 30 different types over the years. While working as an engineer and business planner he helped start SAILOR magazine in 1985, and has been writing about sailing ever since. He is the author of two other books for the International Marine imprint.
This is better than looking at all the sailboats as if provides a lot to think about, but the information and technology is dated, and continued to be less relevant as time goes... Read morePublished 3 days ago by P. Zenk
Great book for the small boat enthusiast like myself. Has all of the wright information to describe the different models.Published 1 month ago by Steven Buerger
This little book is great as a basic reference book. It has basis statistics on hundreds of small boats, including drawings, hull info, and so forth. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Gary W. Darby
Well done, with specs for each boat, pictures and drawings of most, along with short reviews including best and worst aspects of each. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Thomas Adams
Not much use for people in Australia, given the range of boats that were reviewed. Most are unavailable in my area.Published 4 months ago by gregory s masters
I bought this book to use as a reference guide, I'm very glad I did. The book is bigger than I had expected with the majority of the detailed line drawings of the boats taking up a... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Wes
This is an absolutely indespensible book for anyone searching for a suitable sailboat to buy.
This book really helped as my wife and I narrowed our search for the best... Read more
I understand what Steve wanted to do and I possibly expected more than I should have.
Too many boats listed with too many variants of basically the same boat considered... Read more