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1 Coles, K. Adlard Heavy Weather Sailing, 1st edition

Tuckahoe NY: John de Graff [1967] 1969, 2nd printing thus. Coles presents his classic book on the weather-related catastrophes that can and do occur at sea, with advice as to how best to avoid them or cope when the worst happens. Dust jacket rubbed at corners, 8vo in beige cloth, pictorial endpapers, 28 b&w plates, and 53 maps and diagrams, 6 appendices, index, 304pp, no marks, Very Good/Fair. 
Price: 10.00 USD
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2 Coles, K. Adlard Heavy Weather Sailing, 2nd Edition

Tuckahoe NY: John de Graff [1967] 1975, revised and enlarged edition. Coles presents a seafaring classic consisting of twenty gale tales, and various essays on aspects of boat handling in high seas. Dust jacket, small 4to in beige cloth, pictorial endpapers, 57 maps and diagrams, 36 plates, 7 appendices, wind scale, index, 341pp, clean and tight with no marks, near Fine/near Fine. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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3 Coles, K. Adlard Heavy Weather Sailing, 3rd edition

Clinton Corners NY: John de Graff [1967] 1975, 3rd revised edition, 1st printing. A veteran yachtsman and writer presents a sobering, sensible, and painstakingly accurate analysis of storms at sea and the handling of small craft therein, especially under conditions of ultimate survival; mandatory reading for any serious blue water voyager. Dust jacket lightly chipped at edges, small 4to in beige cloth, pictorial endpapers, 7 appendices, 36 b&w plates, 57 maps and diagrams, index, 331pp, clean and tight with no marks, near Fine/Very Good. 
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4 Coles, K. Adlard Heavy Weather Sailing, 3rd edition

Clinton Corners NY: John de Graff [1967] 1989, 3rd revised edition, 4th printing. A veteran yachtsman and writer presents a sobering, sensible, and painstakingly accurate analysis of storms at sea and the handling of small craft therein, especially under conditions of ultimate survival; mandatory reading for any serious blue water voyager. Dust jacket, small 4to in beige cloth, pictorial endpapers, 11 appendices, 44 b&w plates, 61 maps and diagrams, index, 358pp, clean and tight with no marks, Very Good/near Fine. 
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