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Old 25-02-2010, 05:25   #46
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"Emergency Navigation" by David Burch. Good to have if you ever have to abandon ship.

Amazon.com: Emergency Navigation, 2nd Edition: Improvised and No-Instrument Methods for the Prudent Mariner (9780071481847): David Burch: Books

But in reality, this is probably the only book you need on board: (actually, its a very cool and useful book)

Amazon.com: The Art of Shen Ku: The Ultimate Traveler's Guide : The First Intergalactic Artform of the Entire Universe (9780399527258): Zeek: Books
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This book is so cool! I keep it in the head for those private moments

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"Emergency Navigation" by David Burch. Good to have if you ever have to abandon ship.

Amazon.com: Emergency Navigation, 2nd Edition: Improvised and No-Instrument Methods for the Prudent Mariner (9780071481847): David Burch: Books

But in reality, this is probably the only book you need on board: (actually, its a very cool and useful book)

Amazon.com: The Art of Shen Ku: The Ultimate Traveler's Guide : The First Intergalactic Artform of the Entire Universe (9780399527258): Zeek: Books
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Old 25-02-2010, 19:07   #49
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I try to keep mine out of the way of the spray. My only real worry has been dropping it. I did drop it leaving the boat once, it bounced once and came to a stop at the edge missing going for a swim by inches. I don't know (and don't want to know) if they float.
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