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Cruising the Chesapeake: A Gunkholers Guide, 4th Edition Hardcover – October 10, 2012
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About the Author
For more than 40 years, the Shellenbergers have sailed the Chesapeake Bay as a family, from the time of their short-lived first boat, a 14-foot runabout, through three others to their present 31-foot Westerly twinkeeled sloop. They have also made several excursions to the Caribbean and Down East to Maine.
The crew is usually composed of Bill, his wife, Judy, and two Tibetan Terriers. The last two crewmembers may explain his apparent preoccupation with beaches and places to land. Their two grown daughters (and husbands), plus a granddaughter, occasionally join them on their expeditions. When they all do, four more dogs--two Scotties, a West Highland White Terrier, and a Jack Russell--also add to the four-legged crew.
Bill is a past commodore of the Arundel Yacht Club, its newsletter editor for nearly two decades, and the author of numerous cruising and how-to articles in both local and national magazines.
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Buy it! Put it on your waterproof tablet, keep it charged and never be at a loss on where to go. Keep a chart (or your chartplotter!)handy though, so you can see exactly what William is telling you.
In this book the info is difficult to access, and difficult to peruse. I do not mind the maps in black and white i do mind the low resolution.. The hRDBACK EDITION MAKE IT MORE DIFFICULT TO USE WHILE SAILINF (WHICH IS WHEN I NEED IT MOST.
Like you asked, it does not meet my expactions , it does contain a lot of usefull information.