The Art of Coarse Sailing Book
Harking back to the time when yachts were made of wood, this bestselling classic – even more relevant for the Coarse Sailor of the millennium who, in times of crisis, is wont to forget nautical language and shout ‘For God’s sake, turn left!’ – will appeal to all those sailing buffs who mostly find themselves boating around in muck rather than mucking around in boats!
Time goes by. When the Art of Coarse Sailing was initially written, most yachts on the Broads were built of wood and didn’t have engines. People used to arrive by steam train. Now, not only is it difficult to find a yacht without an engine, the swines have demolished most of the railway bridges.