A comprehensive text on how to take weather into account for the planning and navigation of voyages, local or global, using the latest technologies as well as the time-honored skills of maritime tradition, so that your time on the water remains as safe and efficient as possible. Covers practical applications of GRIB files, QuikSCAT wind measurements, and other modern resources. "No subject is more important to every sailor than the wind and its direction. Modern Marine Weather is first class reference book on the subject of marine weather and the information it contains will help every sailor, every day!" Peter Isler, two-time America's Cup winning navigator. An invaluable resource that belongs in the wheelhouse along side of Bowditch From the Foreword by Lee Chesneau
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