Federal Publications Navigation Bar

Heavy Weather Boating Emergencies
What to do when everything goes wrong

The emergency survival guide for powerboat skippers on fresh water. Heavy Weather Boating Emergencies tells you how to handle:
  • rough sea conditions, stormy weather, strong winds and high waves
  • onboard emergencies, including loss of position or engine failure
  • man overboard, capsizing or grounding
  • sinking or hull taking on water
  • mayday instructions and emergency rescues
  • and much more!
Whether you have a small outboard-powered fishing boat or a large cabin cruiser, whether you sail on rivers, reservoirs, lakes or the Great Lakes, and whether you are a beginner or a veteran boater, this book can help you prepare for the inevitable.
Written by Chuck Luttrell, with Jean Luttrell. Published by Marlor Press Inc., 1998.
0-943400-97-X $30.95
Price and availability subject to change. Shipping and applicable taxes extra.
Questions about this product? Please e-mail us.
Last modified: February 12, 2000

Boating main page
What's New · Home · Search · Books on Canada · Canadian Maps and Charts · Ordering · E-mail Us

©Federal Publications Inc., 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002
165 University Avenue, Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5H 3B8
Phone: (416) 860-1611 or toll-free 1-888-433-3782 · E-mail: info@fedpubs.com