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Boatowners Mechanical and Electrical Manual 4/E Hardcover – July 2, 2015
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From the Back Cover
“If you had to choose a single book to help you assess and maintain your boat gear, this would be it.”
“A major achievement. . . . It would be hard to imagine anything going wrong on a boat that couldn’t be figured out with this book.”
“A truly remarkable bible. . . . This book is the best of its kind.”
“The world’s best technical reference and troubleshooting book.”
―Sailing ―Inland and Offshore
“This manual will be of lasting interest to anyone who wants to know how their boat works, what has gone wrong when it doesn’t, and how it could be fixed.”
“Without becoming too complex, the book covers almost every imaginable mechanical or electrical matter in the marine environment.”
―Work Boat World
“Calder lives what he writes, . . . [and] what he offers . . . is practical solutions to problems associated with increasingly complex marine systems. . . . [A] bargain for anyone in the construction and repair side of the boat business.”
About the Author
NIGEL CALDER is widely acknowledged as the world’s foremost writer on boat systems maintenance. A diesel mechanic for more than 25 years, he has also been a boatbuilder, cabinetmaker, and machinist. Calder is the author of How to Read a Nautical Chart, Nigel Calder’s Cruising Handbook, Refrigeration for Pleasureboats, and Marine Diesel Engines. He is a frequent contributor to boating magazines in the United States and Britain.
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