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OCEAN SAILING

Reviewed by Amanda Balasubramanian Cruising Club of America, Great Lakes Station

As we were preparing for our first significant offshore passage in 2013, I read every book on ocean sailing I could find. However, while there were a number of helpful books full of technical information, I also by Paul Heiney a few weeks ago, did I realize I’d finally found the book I had been looking for.

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