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Applied Naval Architecture Hardcover – April 1, 1996
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Here's the TOC which may help some to evaluate:
1. Cargo Ships, 3
2. Hull Form, 22
3. Static Equilibrium and Stability, 48
4. Stability at Large Angles, 100
5. Trim and Longitudinal Stability, 133
6. Flooding and Subdivision, 169
7. Ship Strength, 195
8. Ship Resistance, 238
9. Ship Propulsion, 271
10. Ship Dynamics, 299
My only complaint, one so small and insignificant that it's almost not even worth mentioning, is that the equations are not all non-dimensional, but any engineer with any brain whatsoever can figure out how to convert them to a different set of units.
Couple this book with Marine Engineering Design of Propulsion and Electric Power Generation Systems and your favorite statics book and you have all the necessary references for a pretty involved vessel design, minus any regulations that you may have to research on your own from ABS, Lloyd's or the like.