Author: Chuck Luttrell with Jean Luttrell
Publisher: INDEPENDANT PUBLISHERS GROUP, Jul 2002
Fresh-water boaters will find life-saving info on how to maintain control in emergency situations such as engine failure, man overboard, or loss of position. Written specifically for powerboaters. 21 B&W photos, 42 line drawings & 30 charts; 6x9 inches, 288 pgs.
Fresh-water boaters will find life-saving information on how to maintain control in emergency situations. Written specifically for powerboaters, this book details what to do when encountering heavy weather and on-board emergencies such as engine failure, man overboard, or loss of position. Also, learn how to prevent accidents by learning how to identify storms.
WHAT THEY'RE SAYING:
"This is like a Boy Scout Handbook for power boaters. Filled with detailed information and great illustrations, it is a must for every boater. Whether you are an occasional boater or an faithful weekend warrior this book should be read and kept on board. The rescue techniques and boat handling methods are very important for all of us to practice when we are out on the waters. Luttrell's book should be required reading for every person who rents boats for the occasional trip to the lake." --Reader from Las Vegas, Nevada