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[ Read Online Martinique to Trinidad ✓ firefighters PDF ] by Donald M Street ✓ A good read Streets Guides are the result of his forty four years of Caribbean experience his first guide to the Virgin Islands 1964 has been expanded over the years to cover the entire eastern Caribbean These guides give the mariner all the information needed to safely cruise the area, not only piloting information but also interesting background information on people, places and history.
In the beginning was the word and the word came from Street Since 1964 all other guide authors have followed in Streets and Iolaires wake, avoiding the rocks and shoals Street and Iolaire discovered Patience Wales, Editor, Sail Very old comments Not actualized at all This book is well organized and written, but I was never sure how up to date the information was The book was first written back in the 1960 s and was last published in 2001 The author does not ease my concerns because in several places in the book he says this is the way it was in the early 1970 s, or I went back in 1984 to update this information It reminds me of listening to my father reminisce about the good old days pleasent stories, but not always relevant to the way things are today Also, there are few pictures contained in the book and none of them are in color This adds to the feel that the book was written in the 1960 s and it certainly does not create excitement or motivate anyone to go to the Windward Islands In summary, the positives are detailed information on navigation, sailing routes, areas with tricky currents, waves, etc The negatives limited and or outdated information on navigation hazards, buoy locations, places to get provisions, restaurants, hotels, shops etc This is a pricey book and I would expect it not to be outdated and dull It appears that the book is slipping from a cruising guide to an autobiography by Mr Street I would skip this one.
A good read A well written book, that gives much detail than other guides Streeter has a long history in the Caribbean and his passion for sailing and the islands comes through in every page The book is much than a guide, so if you are looking for barebones to the next waterhole, this might not be your book, but if you want a broader sense of the islands and all the little gunk holes this is a great read.
A well written book, that gives much detail than other guides Streeter has a long history in the Caribbean and his passion for sailing and the islands comes through in every page The book is much than a guide, so if you are looking for barebones to the next waterhole, this might not be your book, but if you want a broader sense of the islands and all the little gunk holes this is a great read.
Excellent sailing guide The only reason the rating is not 5 star is because the information ends around year 2000 Although typically reefs and rock hazards do not significantly change over time, marina and other facilities do appear.
Very old comments Not actualized at all This book is well organized and written, but I was never sure how up to date the information was The book was first written back in the 1960 s and was last published in 2001 The author does not ease my concerns because in several places in the book he says this is the way it was in the early 1970 s, or I went back in 1984 to update this information It reminds me of listening to my father reminisce about the good old days pleasent stories, but not always relevant to the way things are today Also, there are few pictures contained in the book and none of them are in color This adds to the feel that the book was written in the 1960 s and it certainly does not create excitement or motivate anyone to go to the Windward Islands In summary, the positives are detailed information on navigation, sailing routes, areas with tricky currents, waves, etc The negatives limited and or outdated information on navigation hazards, buoy locations, places to get provisions, restaurants, hotels, shops etc This is a pricey book and I would expect it not to be outdated and dull It appears that the book is slipping from a cruising guide to an autobiography by Mr Street I would skip this one.
A good read A well written book, that gives much detail than other guides Streeter has a long history in the Caribbean and his passion for sailing and the islands comes through in every page The book is much than a guide, so if you are looking for barebones to the next waterhole, this might not be your book, but if you want a broader sense of the islands and all the little gunk holes this is a great read.
Excellent sailing guide The only reason the rating is not 5 star is because the information ends around year 2000 Although typically reefs and rock hazards do not significantly change over time, marina and other facilities do appear.
Very old comments Not actualized at all