The Rigging Handbook : Tools and Techniques for Modern and Traditional Rigging Hardback
by Brion Toss
The Rigging Handbook is the definitive book on the art of rigging.
Addressing the requirements of both modern rigging materials and traditional principles and practices, it is ideal for anyone who wants the satisfaction and cash savings of stepping their own mast, inspecting and maintaining their own rig, and turning their own tailsplices and wire eyesplices.
It is especially valuable for offshore sailors who want to feel secure in the knowledge that, should a shroud carry away at sea, they will be able to repair it. 'A masterpiece on the subject of rigging and its various effects' Sailing 'By far the best knot and ropework book I have ever used' Nautical Research Journal 'There is not an aspect of the subject left uncovered' Classic Boat
- Format: Hardback
- Pages: 416 pages, 800 line illustrations
- Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
- Publication Date: 30/04/2004
- Category: Sailing
- ISBN: 9780713669183