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Sail

A tribute to the world's greatest races, sailors and their boats

Timothy Jeffery Ben Ainslie Ben Ainslie

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Aurum Press
26 October 2016
Whether it is to test the high seas on around-the-world events in the glory of 49er yachts, to cut through choppy coastal waters on a Lazer racing for Olympic Gold or to set team against team in the great cup challenges, Sail is a celebration of the adventure and skill of one of mankind's oldest sports. Including chapters on the greatest races and their class divisions and the incredible and inspirational stories of the world's greatest sailors - from Ellen MacArthur to Seve Jarvin, Tony Bullimore to Vinny Lauwers - homage is paid to those who have mastered their boats and set out to conquer the seas. Sail also includes detailed technical analysis and intricate illustrations on each classification of racing boat, explained by the experts in their field, to give a complete account of the world of sailing competition.
By:   Timothy Jeffery
Foreword by:   Ben Ainslie, Ben Ainslie
Imprint:   Aurum Press
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Dimensions:   Height: 242mm,  Width: 199mm,  Spine: 28mm
Weight:   1.293kg
ISBN:   9781781315330
ISBN 10:   1781315337
Pages:   288
Publication Date:   26 October 2016
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Timothy Jeffery has sailed over 200,000 miles, including the Southern Ocean, Transatlantic & Fastnet Race. He has participated in five summer Olympic Games, 11 America's Cups and Seven Whitbread/Volvo Ocean Races. In 2014 he was Director of Communications , 2014 America's Cup (San Francisco). Tim has written numerous books on sailing and is a former Racing Editor for Yachting World. Foreword by Sir Ben Ainslie CBE. Ben is the most successful sailor in Olympic history, and has won medals at five consecutive Olympics from 1996-2012, including gold at the last four.

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