Author: Sue Clifford And Angela KingPublish On: 2014-06-19
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Author: Roger Oliver
Publisher: A&C Black
Category: Sports & Recreation
This book, based on a highly successful series of articles in Practical Boat Owner magazine, is a detailed practical guide to sailing around the UK - all by means of day sails. Roger Oliver, a passionate sailor, explains his in-depth passage planning, boat preparations, weather checks and log-keeping, as well as his choice of routes, the detailed navigation, sail trim tips and on-passage maintenance, all for the benefit of sailors who have a yen to follow in his footsteps. Packed with a wealth of practical tips on seamanship, anchoring in high winds, coping with big seas, problem-solving, harnessing the tide, sailing short-handed and living aboard for extended cruising, this book will be a godsend to the many thousands of sailors who enjoy coastal cruising and who will discover (as did Roger) that it is perfectly possible to cruise around the whole of the UK in a series of day sails. With this book to hand, and inspired by Roger's detailed route maps and spectacular photographs, anyone can experience the thrill and enjoyment of sailing around the beautiful and varied UK coast from any starting point.
Theroux captured their rich and varied conversational commentary with caustic wit and penetrating insight. “A sharp and funny descriptive writer . . . Theroux is a good companion.” —The Times (London)
Author: Paul Theroux
This “interesting, insightful book” by the author of Deep South reveals “a side of Britain few visitors see” (The New York Times Book Review). After eleven years as an American living in London, the renowned travel writer Paul Theroux set out to travel clockwise around the coast of Great Britain to find out what the British were really like. The result is this perceptive, hilarious record of the journey. Whether in Cornwall or Wales, Ulster or Scotland, the people he encountered along the way revealed far more of themselves than they perhaps intended to display to a stranger. Theroux captured their rich and varied conversational commentary with caustic wit and penetrating insight. “A sharp and funny descriptive writer . . . Theroux is a good companion.” —The Times (London)
These studies indicate that contemporary shore platforms are present on a
variety of rock types around the coast of the British Isles: from soft cohesive clays
and soft sedimentary rocks such as chalk, through harder sedimentary rocks
Author: D.M. Kennedy
Publisher: Geological Society of London
Rocky landforms dominate large portions of the world’s coast. Cliffs and shore platforms form spectacular landscapes, yet when compared to other landforms they are relatively unstudied with many contemporary controversies dating back to the mid-nineteenth century. The past decade has seen a reinvigoration of research driven by advances in technology that now enable precise measurements of erosion to the micron scale and quantification of wave energy onto and through cliff edifices to be made, as well as being able to directly date rock surfaces. In order to integrate this diverse range of research this volume’s regional approach first integrates the latest data with longstanding theory and then analyses this research through the boundary conditions that exist in each area. The volume brings together the research leaders in the field; includes chapters on nearly all the major rock coasts of the world and identifies future research needs.
Around The Coast In A Campervan is one man's honest and humorous account of travelling the coastal roads of England, Scotland and Wales, while trying to avoid getting wedged in country lanes, fighting hordes of Scottish midges, and eating ...
Ever felt like giving up your job for a while, buying a campervan and setting off to explore the entire coastline of mainland Great Britain? Well so did Jon Gunter, and that's exactly what he did. Around The Coast In A Campervan is one man's honest and humorous account of travelling the coastal roads of England, Scotland and Wales, while trying to avoid getting wedged in country lanes, fighting hordes of Scottish midges, and eating his own body weight in cake. Follow Jon as he (vaguely) plans the journey, searches for the campervan that will become his home and trusted companion (having never set foot in one before), and heads off into the sunset to 'live the dream'.
Author: Hunter Publishing, IncorporatedPublish On: 2004
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Author: Hunter Publishing, Incorporated
Publisher: Hunter Publishing, Inc
Old, elegant homes taking guests. Daily or weekly rentals.
Potentially, a barrage some 10 miles long could generate around 10 per cent of
the UK's energy needs.52 Obviously a scheme of this magnitude would be very
controversial, and would require a wide-ranging Environmental Impact ...
Author: Peter Murphy
Publisher: A&C Black
This book examines the interaction between people and the coast of England. It spans from 700,000 years ago, and the earliest evidence of humans in this remote corner of north-west Europe, to the end of the 20th century. The coastline has witnessed interesting and significant events throughout history and looks set to do so in the future. Often it is the first place where changes can be seen, for example the effects of climate change. It is also where evidence for human adaptation to environmental changes can most readily be seen. The coast has, of course, also been a cultural contact zone for millennia in terms of trade, industry, immigration and conflict. We are certainly at a time of great environmental and economic transition, so it is apt to now take a long view and place current events in context. Some changes happening today may seem unprecedented but in fact are not, while others are entirely new. One thing we can be sure of is that the coast and sea will become increasingly important to us, both as an economic benefit and as a threat.
Author: Great Britain: Parliament: House of Commons: Foreign Affairs CommitteePublish On: 2012-01-05
... levels of essential imports of all types which transit the High Risk Area through
the Gulf of Aden and across the Indian Ocean ” . ... 38 Piracy off the coast of
Somalia has escalated over the last four years and is a major concern for the UK .
Author: Great Britain: Parliament: House of Commons: Foreign Affairs Committee
Publisher: The Stationery Office
Category: Political Science
Somali piracy poses a threat to the UK's national interests as well as global trading routes and international security. The costs of allowing piracy to proliferate are high. The British shipping industry is worth £10.7 billion to the UK's GDP, and the costs of security, insurance, re-routing have vastly increased the costs of doing business. Over $300 million has been paid in ransoms to Somali pirates over the past four years, and thousands of seafarers have been held hostage, some of whom have been subject to cruel treatment and even torture. Self-defence measures, multi-national naval operations and prosecutions have begun to take effect, but have not yet contained the problem. The major international conference on Somalia in February 2012 must produce results. Although private armed guards will be permitted on UK shipping, the Government's guidance on the use of force, particularly lethal force, is very limited and there is little to help a ship's master make a judgement on where force can be used. The Committee also expresses surprise that so little is known about what happens to ransom money. The solution lies in establishing order on land, ending impunity for piracy crimes and offering alternatives. However, the report warns against international claims to deliver a solution in Somalia, and urges the Government to develop its engagement with and support for Somali civil society organisations and local projects. The FCO should also review its communication and other procedures to support family members of British hostages held abroad.
Author: Colonel K. W. Maurice-JonesPublish On: 2012-04-19
A coast fortress or defended port executed its role mainly through the fleet or
warships for whom it provided a safe base or protected harbour. For four
centuries, the batteries and guns, served by Coast Artillery, enabled the British
Navy to carry ...
Author: Colonel K. W. Maurice-Jones
Publisher: Andrews UK Limited
A concise history of Britain's coastal artillery defences from the death of Elizabeth I to the formal disbanding of the Coastal Artillery arm in 1956. The book, therefore, covers the rise and fall of the British Empire, and as such it is as much concerned with the protection of Britain's far-flung colonial outposts such as Gibraltar and Singapore, as it is with the guarding of the island itself. The author, himself a Royal Artillery man, insists that coast artillery is an offensive weapon, since: 'It was the coast defences that made it possible for the Navy to enact its offensive role by sustaining and securing that service in time of war'. With detailed descriptions and tables of personnel, artillery ordnance, and accounts of the actions fought by coastal artillery in the 17th-19th century wars with France and during the two World Wars, this is an interesting work of history as well as a useful addition to the library of the serious artillery specialist. Illustrated with 17 maps.
The 140-mile Sea to Sea Cycle Route (www.c2c-guide.co.uk) runs across
northern England between the Cumbrian coast (St Bees, Whitehaven or
Workington) and Tynemouth or Sunderland via the northern Lake District and
wild North ...
Author: Lonely Planet
Publisher: Lonely Planet
Lonely Planet Great Britain is your passport to the most relevant, up-to-date advice on what to see and skip, and what hidden discoveries await you. Ponder the mysteries of Stonehenge, explore the many sides of Edinburgh, or try new versions of British pub favourites at a gastropub; all with your trusted travel companion.
In England, Scotland & Wales 2005 FHG Staff, Hunter Publishing ... westwood -
farm . fsnet . co . uk website : www . ... of East Sussex , midway between
Tunbridge Wells and Eastbourne , near many gardens and places of historic
Author: FHG Staff
Publisher: Hunter Publishing, Inc
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... wings extravagantly outstretched, as part of the 2000strong collection of natural
history artworks he was commissioned to produce in his role as artist to the British ship Investigator, despatched to map the coast of Australia in the early
Author: Susan Kurosawa
Publisher: Hachette UK
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Tired of soy milk lattes and eternal traffic snarls, journalist Susan Kurosawa and husband Graeme Blundell bought a 1920s fishing shack at Hardys Bay on the NSW Central Coast and set about transforming it into ‘Peacock Cottage’ (named for resident bird Alfredo). This introduced them to the local coastal fraternity of builders, plumbers, painters and other amiable ferals—from Mother Mary the real estate matriarch to Adam the Gardener, who only works when the planets are properly aligned and there’s no surf. In the course of a year, Susan and Graeme go native: he buys a ute, she becomes foster mother to the local bird population and threatens to take up watercolours and pottery. Featuring black and white illustrations, snippets of local history, special recipes for local seafood and produce, as well as information on local plants and animals, COASTING is sure to appeal to everyone who dreams of acting out their own ‘Sea Change’.
5,000 miles around the shores of England and Wales Josie Dew. CHAPTER. 48.
a) The border town of Benlvick is in England. ... from the sixteenth century until
1836 Benlvick was an independent borough, neither in Scotland nor in England.
Author: Josie Dew
Publisher: Hachette UK
Josie Dew's love of cycling has taken her across the world, travelling everywhere from Japan and Mexico to Iceland, India and Algeria. In her latest book, she sets off on another quirky and riotous ride, choosing to circumnavigate the coastline of the British Isles. And she discovers that her homeland can be as surprising and full of incident as anywhere she has ever been. Beginning in Portsmouth, Josie sets off in a clockwise direction after a Shetland grandmother warns her that she'll end up meeting the devil if she travels anti-clockwise. Through rain, hail, floods, bitter temperatures, minor earthquakes and dusty drought, Josie pedals on, eventually returning to Land's End to complete Stage One of her remarkably lengthy odyssey along 5,000 miles of seaside, estuaries, creeks and islands. But is all as it seems? Who is the mysterious builder who appears at all the wrong moments? Who are the two-wheeled taggers-on lurking in her wake? What did she find at Puckpool Point, Bozomzeal and Woon Gumpus? And how did Josie so badly miscalculate her approach to the seafront at Newhaven that she landed in France?
Headwater UK 0845 527 6228, headwater.com. Guided walking holidays in the
Barbagia region and around Cala Gonone, and cycling on the west coast around
Sinis and Bosa. Just Sardinia UK 01202484858, justsardinia.co.uk. Sardinian ...
Author: Robert Andrews
Now available in ePub format. The full color Rough Guide to Sardinia is the ultimate travel guide to one of the Mediterranean's most fascinating islands. Discover Sardinia's highlights with stunning photography, color-coded maps, and more listings and information than ever before. You'll find detailed practical advice on what to see and do in Sardinia, from museums and archaeological sites to mountain hikes and beaches, as well as up-to-date descriptions of the best hotels, bars, and restaurants for all budgets. The guidebook covers, at length, the major festivals, explores Sardinia's checkered history and rich archaeology, and features lesser-known aspects of the island, such as its industrial heritage, literature, handicrafts, culinary quirks, and trekking opportunities. Packed with practical advice, suggested itineraries, and "top 5" sidebars, The Rough Guide to Sardinia will help you make the most of your time on this stunning island.
The popular image of calm blue seas in summer, and dark sey of green cold
water pounding the coast during ... waters it carries supporta liversity of
indigenous and visiting marine life not generally Cound elsewhere around the UK's coastline.
2 First published in Great Britain in 2008 by Shire Publications Ltd, Midland
House, West Way, Botley, Oxford OX2 0PH, United ... 'Scots fish girls' gutting the
catch were a common sight at the east coast English ports throughout the year.
Author: John Hannavy
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
The coastline of Victorian and Edwardian Britain provided beauty, entertainment and the venue for most people's holidays. But it was also a thriving centre of industry shipbuilding and fishing, plus the numerous trades associated with dockyards, coastal transport and the leisure industry. This book travels around Britain's coast clockwise from London looking at the industries that could be found at many of the cities and towns en route. Illustrated with an amazing collection of coloured postcards and other early photographs, the working coast of Britain is brought to life in all its bustling detail.
Author: Great Britain: Parliament: House of Commons: Transport CommitteePublish On: 2013-01-31
Eighth Report of Session 2012-13, Report, Together with Formal Minutes, Oral
and Written Evidence Great Britain: Parliament: House of Commons: Transport
Committee. 1 Introduction 1. On 3 October 2012 the Secretary of State for
Author: Great Britain: Parliament: House of Commons: Transport Committee
Publisher: The Stationery Office
Category: Business & Economics
Embarking on an ambitious, perhaps unachievable, reform of rail franchising, in haste, on the UK's most complex piece of railway was irresponsible. Many of the problems with the franchise competition, detailed in the Laidlaw report, reflect very badly on civil servants at the DfT. However, ministers approved a complex - perhaps unworkable - franchising policy at the same time as overseeing major cuts to the Department's resources. This was a recipe for failure which the DfT must learn from urgently. While the Department has already published a response to the Laidlaw report which Mr Laidlaw described as 'very encouraging', and has initiated a review of franchise MPs warn that a number of matters remain to be adequately resolved. The Committee calls on the Secretary of State and the Department for Transport to: explain why ministers and senior officials were misled about how subordinated loan facilities were calculated, if necessary after disciplinary proceedings against staff have concluded; complete a full email capture and get to the bottom of whether or not any officials manipulated the outcome of the competition to ensure First Group were awarded the contracts; provide a comprehensive breakdown of costs arising from the cancellation of the West Coast Mainline franchise competition. The Committee also wants to establish what lessons current and future ministers must learn from this episode
northwest coast of Wales ; the Isle of Wight , off England ' s southern coast ; the
Outer Hebrides , an archipelago of islands ... Southwesterly winds blow across
this current and keep winter temperatures around 18 °F ( 10 °C ) higher than they
Author: Alex Woolf
Publisher: Gareth Stevens Publishing LLLP
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
Learn about the people and places of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
... contribute to the appeal is made up of rocky cliffs , with a coast path of our
coastline include cliffs , headlands , sea that ... ones at Bedruthan , are formed
when the sea whole of the UK . exploits cracks and weaknesses around a
Author: David Chapman
Publisher: Alison Hodge Publishers
Category: Natural history
Cornwall is almost surrounded by sea. Some 300 miles of coast includes majestic cliffs, sheltered harbours, creeks and estuaries, and magnificent beaches. This book focuses on the different types of coastal habitat - their geography, geology and wildlife.