Ports and Passes

Skipper's Logbook

Everything You Need in a Logbook

 

Created by Kevin Monahan 

Published by Chyna Sea Ventures

 

128 pages                      ISBN 978-1-987994-05-6        $23.95 

The “Everything you need in a logbook” logbook!!

Created by Kevin Monahan, author of The Radar Book and Local Knowledge—A Skipper’s Reference and from the same publisher as Ports and Passes, the trusted tide and current guide, this logbook is packed with must-have features

We drew on our experience and spent time with many cruisers to develop this new logbook, which contains space for all the information you need--not information that may have been pertinent years ago but is no longer relevant. The time is right for a new, fresh design for a logbook. 

The logbook includes 100 daily journal pages, which means that it will meet most people’s needs for a full boating season. The daily journal pages have spaces to record all the details of a passage (barometer, wind, sea, visibility, and the distance run), engine hours, fuel and water consumption and, since this is a Ports and Passes branded book, it also includes space for the tides and currents of the day.

At the back of the book is a template for calculating tides and currents at secondary ports, maintenance log, fuel log and tables for conversion of metric to US units.

 

  Table of Contents  
 

Emergency Radio Procedures..................................................

Vessel Vital Statistics.............................................................

Expiration dates......................................................................

     Certificates

     Safety and survival equipment

Introduction - The Ports and Passes Skipper's Logbook..............

     Recommended entries to be made in the Logbook

Crew / Guest Register.............................................................

Daily Record...........................................................................

Fuel Log.................................................................................

Maintenance Log.....................................................................

Metric to US Conversions.........................................................

Beaufort wind scale.................................................................

Anchoring table.......................................................................

Calculating tides and currents at secondary stations..................

The Rule of Twelfths.................................................................

The Rule of Thirds....................................................................

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