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Books with title Sailing Ships

  • Ships and Sailing

    DK Publishing

    Hardcover (DK CHILDREN, Sept. 15, 1991)
    Describes different types of ships, such as Viking ships and Battleships, labels their many parts, and discusses various aspects of sailing, such as navigation, signals, mooring and anchoring, ropes and knots, and sailing clothing
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  • Sailing Ships

    James Bailey

    Hardcover (Tango Books, Oct. 13, 1997)
    New Orehard Books hardcover.
  • Sailing Ships

    Thomas Bayley

    Paperback (Scholastic, March 1, 1998)
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  • Sailing

    Suzie Porter

    Library Binding (Powerkids Pr, Jan. 15, 2011)
    Learn about the active sport of sailing, including the terminology unique to sailing, how to stay safe on the water, and the basic techniques needed by every sailor, such as safely tying secure knots.
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  • Ships and Sailing

    DK Publishing

    Hardcover (DK CHILDREN, Sept. 15, 1991)
    Describes different types of ships, such as Viking ships and Battleships, labels their many parts, and discusses various aspects of sailing, such as navigation, signals, mooring and anchoring, ropes and knots, and sailing clothing
  • Sailing

    Alexis C Jenkins

    Paperback (Independently published, July 4, 2019)
    Be whisked away on a journey where you'll get lost in the beauty of the sea, engulfed in a hobby like a wave, sailing will captivate your heart, it has a key. Discover a whole new world through the eyes of a sailor. Alexis Jenkins writes about her passion for sailing in hopes to enlighten and enrich readers cozying up with this feel good book.
  • Sailing

    Robin Knox-Johnston

    Paperback (HarperCollins Publishers, Aug. 22, 1977)
    Sailing explores the world of small boats, introducing the reader to the pleasure of sailing, provides a brief history, discuses developments in multihuls and experimental craft.
  • The Wailing Ships

    Jon Jacks

    language (, Dec. 23, 2017)
    The Sprig o’ Thyme no longer hunts whales.The captain’s enlisted his first girl, me, because he finds my singing enchanting.It seems it’s perfect for luring a new prey.Mermaids.
  • Sailing

    Robin Knox-Johnston

    Hardcover (F. Watts, Inc, Jan. 1, 1977)
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  • Sailing

    Jeremy Evans, Ellen MacArthur

    Paperback (Dorling Kindersley Publishers Ltd, May 3, 2007)
    "For anyone considering setting sail, "Eyewitness Companions" offer an essential reference library, perfect for novices or anyone who just wants to know more about their favourite pastime." - Heyday. This book is essential reading, whether you're dipping your toe in the water for the first time, or a seasoned sea-dog brushing up your skills. Find out how to get started: explore different boats, what to wear, and discover the correct kit to pack for rivers, lakes or the high seas. Learn the essential techniques, from rigging and launching your boat to advanced tacking, gibing and starting to race. Plus, get the low-down on navigating your vessel and handling emergencies. Take time to research before you go: explore the top sailing destinations of the world, whether you fancy cruising in the Mediterranean or drifting through the warm Caribbean. Make sure you dip into this before setting off.
  • I Saw A Ship-A-Sailing

    Janina Domanska

    School & Library Binding (Macmillan, March 15, 1972)
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  • Sailing Ship Eagle

    Barbara Keeler, Don Keeler

    Library Binding (Crestwood House, Nov. 1, 1994)
    Traces the history of the three-masted barque now known as the Eagle, which was built by Nazi Germany as the Horst Wessel, and is currently used as a training vessel for United States Coast Guard officers