Pages on the Web come and go with the speed of an offshore freighter
that appears on the horizon just when you pop down below for another
cup from the coffee pot. Please accept my apologies for broken links.
And you can help keep a lookout: report broken links to
firstname.lastname@example.org. Be aware
that this is not intended to be an exhaustive page. Rather it's a small
and selective set of links that I think are appropriate. The search
engines work well enough for casting a wider net.
Or, check out Mark Rosenstein's
which was the list before the rise of search engines.
- Of course, check out the Alberg 30
Mailing Lists for email discussions.
- The On-Line Yacht Club (OLYC)
also known as the Sailing Forum on Compuserve, was a great cyber
yacht club before the web was a glimmer in Tim Berners-Lee's eye.
Due to neglect by Compuserve's management and the subsequent takeover
by AOL, it suffered a serious decline. But it
is still a place to learn truths as well as swap a few tales.
- SpinSheet is a
Chesapeake area magazine that said of the Alberg 30 web site:
It'll leave you wondering "Why doesn't our class do this?"
- If you're interested in
or other digital radio communication, then Marius Rensen is the guy
to contact. This is a good source.
- Digital Tradition
has the words and sometimes the music to sea chanteys and folk songs.
My related lists:
Boatowners Mechanical And Electrical Manual
by Nigel Calder
An in-depth reference to almost every essential system
found on a sailboat. Calder has well-considered strategies for everything.
Granted, there are good alternatives to some of his approaches, but he
won't lead you astray. This is a book you can trust. Now expanded in
its second edition.
Other books by Nigel Calder
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