The Atlantic Crossing Guide is a complete reference for anyone planning an Atlantic passage in their own boat. From ideal timing, suitable boats, routes, methods of communication and provisioning to sources of regional weather information, hurricane tracks, currents and tides, departure and arrival ports, facilities on arrival and paperwork required, the comprehensiveness of this new edition will both inspire dreamers and instill confidence in those about to depart. This is the definitive reference on the subject, relied upon by many thousands of cruisers crossing the Atlantic in both directions and packed with all the information they need.
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The RCC is a highly respected organization of experienced cruising sailors who have sailed extensively all over the world. During their voyages they collect and research information relating to small boat pilotage and navigation, which is published in a series of yachtsmen's pilots and guides, of which this and The Pacific Crossing Guide (also published by Adlard Coles Nautical) are examples.Review:
"The complete reference for anyone planning an Atlantic passage in their own boat. Last updated in 2003, [prior to this edition] topics include choosing a boat, when to go, where to go from and to, documentation and much more. An investment for serious cruisers."—Practical Boat Owner Magazine "Considered one of the most thorough and useful guides...giving you everything from prevailing currents and winds at various times of the year right through to fairly detailed descriptions of a whole range of potential landfalls and stopover ports...Also has a useful section on preparing for the trip...This book has been around for 25 years and there's a reason for that as it has developed into an invaluable guide."—Sailing Today
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