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When the authorities ignored the boating , boys who could not swim daily risked
their lives , and casualties sometimes occurred . It was in 1840 that C. F. Montagu
was drowned near Windsor Bridge , and such an effect had this calamity , that ...
And Jones's father , from his oracular post on the hearthrug , says , “ Boating is a
fine , manly exercise , but he hopes John will not allow it to interfere with his
studies , and make a business of what should only be a pastime . ” So that , on
Originally published as a series in Motorboat & Yachting magazine, and illustrated with wonderful cartoons by David Semple, this is a funny and engaging account of one woman's relationship with the sea, a boat and her husband.
Author: Angela Rice
Publisher: A&C Black
Category: Sports & Recreation
'When I was first invited by a new – and handsome – man to the local Yacht Club to see his boat, I happily conjured up alluring pictures of me in an expensive bikini and a great suntan. It didn't occur to me that 'see my boat' might actually mean going out in the thing... Before she knew it, Angela Rice had agreed to a sailing trip on the notorious west coast of Scotland – and to marry her skipper. The voyage did nothing to allay her primal suspicion of anything afloat. But years later, one sunny Boat Show day, she discovered the lifestyle lure of powerboats – so much less daunting than their sailing counterparts. She cajoled her man into crossing to the dark side, with wild promises of becoming competent. And slowly but surely, reluctance gave way to relish, scepticism to skippering, the Solent to the Seine... Originally published as a series in Motorboat & Yachting magazine, and illustrated with wonderful cartoons by David Semple, this is a funny and engaging account of one woman's relationship with the sea, a boat and her husband.
There are few boating men but that can recall many cases of leaving some trivial
article behind , which has caused inconvenience whilst out and perhaps spoiled
what would otherwise have been an enjoyable trip . Have a good lock - up in a ...
... an operation in which one or another of the constantly relayed group of
interested observers took a hand . It is always advisable to have a little oakum
and oil - of - tar in boating . I had neither , I must admit , however , and had
supposed there ...