RYA Weather Handbook - Northern Hemisphere
Return to Shop Home
- Item Author: Chris Tibbs
- Publisher: RYA
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 112
- Dimensions: 210 x 170mm
- Edition: 2005 (reprinted: 2015)
- ISBN: 9781905104178
- Product Code: G1
- Delivery cost: £1.50 to the UK by Royal Mail
- Delivery time: within 5 working days (UK)*
Please note that this paperback is out of stock until January 2017. In the meantime, the digital version of this title can be bought through our webshop (E-G1). More information about our eBooks can be found here.
Written by a sailor for sailors, the RYA Weather Handbook explains the complexities of weather and is full of practical and useful advice on how to understand weather maps and improve your forecasting skills.
The RYA Weather Handbook has been written to complement the RYA Day skipper and Coastal Skipper/ RYA Yachtmaster syllabus and is recommended reading for anyone taking these courses. It'll enable you to make more informed decisions and it's full of practical advice on how to understand weather maps and improve your forecasting skill.
Chris Tibbs has 250,000 seagoing miles under his belt, so the book is written by an author who really knows and understands sailing.
- Weather charts
- Predicting the wind
- Effects of land on the wind
- Meteorological dangers
- New technology
Also available as an eBook
...Like all RYA Publications, it is thorough, and beautifully presented with colour pictures and graphics... Sailing 2008
...It explains the complexities of the weather using full and colour diagrams and illustrations and it's remarkably jargon-free... Boat Mart
...I wish I'd had this book... anonymous
"Last summer I undertook a 35 mile open sea trip with two friends in a 22ft boat. High winds were forecast, but no one was quite sure when they'd arrive. To wait might cause several days delay; to go might mean an increasingly uncomfortable trip. In the end we sailed and all was well, but I wish I'd had this book with me before I took that decision."
Follow us @RYAPublications and join in the conversation on this book with #Weather