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Yachting In America
     

Yachting In America

by Gerald E Morris, Llewellyn Howland
 
This, the first comprehensive listing of books ever to appear on American yachting and pleasure boating, was compiled by the former Librarian of Mystic Seaport's G.W. Blunt White Library and Llewellyn Howland, yacht historian, editor, and antiquarian marine book dealer.

More than 2,000 titles, meticulously described, are divided into 39 subject categories, from the

Overview

This, the first comprehensive listing of books ever to appear on American yachting and pleasure boating, was compiled by the former Librarian of Mystic Seaport's G.W. Blunt White Library and Llewellyn Howland, yacht historian, editor, and antiquarian marine book dealer.

More than 2,000 titles, meticulously described, are divided into 39 subject categories, from the America's Cup Races to Yacht Biographies. A system for marking the most notable studies in each category will prove helpful to the novice and provide entertainment for advanced readers. Truly a landmark publication, Yachting in America will be sought by all with an interest in recreational boating.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780913372494
Publisher:
Applewood Books
Publication date:
09/15/1995
Series:
Maritime Series
Edition description:
Preliminary ed.
Pages:
398
Product dimensions:
6.90(w) x 10.20(h) x 1.30(d)

Meet the Author

Llewellyn Howland III is the proprietor of Howland and Company, literary consultants and purveyors of antiquarian books, prints, and paintings.

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