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January 2002

Anchor Practice: A Guide for Industry

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This publication details new innovations in anchors and anchoring practice. The need for operators to become familiar with new designs and different methods of employing anchors is essential for the continuation of a policy of safety at sea.

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A complete guide to anchors and anchoring practice.

During his sea-going career, David House spent four years engaged on the Irish Sea/Scottish Ferry routes, with Roll-on Roll-off freight and passenger vehicle operations. He continues his marine research and writing practice while lecturing in ‘Maritime Subjects’ in the United Kingdom.

He has published work across a spectrum of topics, including: General Seamanship, Navigation, Anchor Work, Marine Safety & Survival and Helicopter Operations. His works continue to be widely read in most maritime quarters around the world both ashore and afloat by practicing mariners and marine students.

Having served on a variety of vessels including: Dry and Bulk Cargo Ships, Passenger Liners, Containers, Reefer, and Ferries. This background with such diverse sea-going experience, together with over twenty years within Marine Education, provides an ideal source for his past and future works.

Title: Anchor Practice: A Guide for Industry
Edition: First Edition
Number of Pages: 200
Product Code: 4400W122
ISBN: ISBN 13: 978-1-85609-212-8 (9781856092128), ISBN 10: 1-85609-212-7 (1856092127)
Published Date: January 2002
Binding Format: Paperback
Book Height: 300 mm
Book Width: 210 mm
Book Spine: 10 mm
Weight: 0.80 kg
Author: David J House

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