High Performance Sailing has 30 ratings and 2 reviews. Curtis said: Anyone who wants to understand how sailboats, especially dinghies, work on a basic le. Im thinking of getting either the high- or the higher performance sailing by Frank Bethwaite. According to amazon, both consists of pages. Frank Bethwaite, the father of High Performance Sailing, dies at by Richard Gladwell on 12 May The Julian Bethwaite designed 49er became the.
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Kleidi Kleidi rated it it was amazing Nov 07, Brian rated it really liked it Feb 25, Thierry Wasserman rated it really liked it Dec 26, higgh There’s much more on weather and wind patterns in thefirst book.
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During his time as the meteorologist for the Australian sailing team at the Summer Olympics in Montreal, QuebecCanadaBethwaite collected copious wind data that led him to write nethwaite first book, High Performance Sailing.
Anyone who wants to understand how sailboats, especially dinghies, work on a basic level needs to read this book and come back to it often.
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High Performance Sailing is now regarded as the bible of racing sailors and carries a string of endorsements from high achievers. Posted May 27, Passage Making Hihh Perfect.
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sailijg From the author of the bestselling High Performance Sailing and Higher Performance Sailing comes the first scientific analysis of what makes fast sailors fast. Eschewing the idea that luck or innate talent are the keys to success, Frank Bethwaite Books by Frank Bethwaite.
Rough Weather Seamanship for Sail and Power. A third volume, Fast Handling Techniquewas completed shortly before his death and published in January Bloggat om Higher Performance Sailing. It is a book that my Olympic squad will benefit from.
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At Kobo, we try to ensure that published reviews do not contain rude or bethwaihe language, spoilers, or any of our reviewer’s personal information. Skickas inom vardagar. Posted today at Oh, and I second the bit perforjance how each these books is organized as a “collection” of loosely connected parts.
Reviews and Comparisons of Boats Under 26 Feet: His many years of experience coaching the highly successful Australian Olympic sailing team and his extensive analysis from working with racing sailors are the basis for the techniques and theories presented in this new book.
It does address boat handling a bit more as I recall. Frank Bethwaite is revered amongst the sailing community for the depth, originality and soundness of his research and for the successful application of his theories, which produce results for his disciples around the world time and time again.
Bethwaite is most well known for designing the Tasar  and Laser 2 Dinghy Classes. The Pacific Crossing Guide.
Which one you should get depends on your primary interests, but I suspect many people will end up getting both. After settling in Sydney, Bethwaite designed a small boat suitable for his youngest children to use to learn how to sail.