Admiralty Manual of Seamanship

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The Stationery Office, 1995 - Transportation - 810 pages
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Designed to provide the Seaman Specialist with detailed information on all aspects of seamanship appertaining to the Royal Navy, this title also serves as a source of information on seamanship matters for officers and ratings of other branches. Amongst the areas covered are: general sea terms, replenishment at sea and helmanship.
  

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Read it from cover to cover several times when I was in the RN really good seamanship book highly recommended

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One of the best book ever written on seamanship.

Contents

Rigging and Deck Gear
2-75
Towing
3-239
Boats
4-27
Para Page
5-144
Replenishment at
6-1
CHAPTER 10
6-10
Survival and Safety
6-157
Targets Decoys Markers and Recoveries
7-73
Bow Thrusters 105
10-5
The VoithSchneider Propulsion System 106
10-6
Types of Propulsion System 107
10-7
Gas Turbine Propulsion 108
10-8
Control of Propulsion Machinery in COGOG and COGAG ships 109
10-9
The Electrohydraulic Steering System 109
10-10
Automatic Steering 1012
10-13
Automatic Steering Conning Orders 1014
10-14

Seamanship Organisation and Upkeep
8-25
Helmsmanship
9-17
HELMSMANSHIP CONTENTS Para Page 10001 Conning and Steering Introduction 103
10-3
Types of Propeller 104
10-4
Propulsion Control 1014
10-16
Emergency Slow Procedure 1017
10-17
Shaft Brake Orders 1018
10-18
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