Cornell's Ocean Atlas is the first significant innovation in pilot charts since pilot charts were developed by Lieutenant Maury of the US Navy in the mid-1800s. The first edition, published in 2012, was based on satellite observations undertaken in the previous 20 years (1991-2011). The second edition is fully revised and updated by incorporating data gathered during the last five years (2011-2016), with new monthly "Windgrams" for the most sailed ocean routes.
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Not a cruising guide but rather a collection of boating experiences and learning curves, OOPS! Boating's Close Encounters and Awkward Moments, is Peter Vassilopoulos's latest work. It has a touch of humor and a number of serious boating situations to be avoided. The book concludes with advice on buying a boat and some input on safety and regulations by naval architect John Simpson.
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The Waggoner Cruising Guide is often called "....the Bible for Northwest Cruising". Each year it is extensively updated to provide the latest information covering each cruising area along with detailed listings of moorage and fuel facilities. There's text on anchorages, Local Knowledge, the "flavor" of each area, some history, and list on things to see and do. Lots of maps and photos, too. (The Waggoner contains 150 maps and 375 photos.)