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RYA VHF Handbook

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As I just finished up taking my LRC course, I can now review this book with a little more authority. Actually, it's an excellent book on the subject of VHF communications and is filled with everything I learned at the course and more. There are nice illustration used throughout and a number of step-by-step instructions for how to send a distress and perform common tasks with the radio. Whether you are just learning the use the VHF or just need to review as a memory aide, this book will prove valuble to have around.


Written by Tim Bartlett

RYA VHF Handbook From the author of the best-selling RYA Navigation Handbook, Tim Bartlett, this brand new title details everything that sailors need to know about using VHF radios to contact coast guards and other boats. It explains how VHF works, the rules and regulations which govern it and the procedures that must be followed. Through clear instruction and colourful illustrations from Steve Lucas, RYA VHF Handbook makes clear this complicated yet highly important subject. Essential background reading for anyone taking a VHF course.

Published by The Royal Yachting Association first in 2006, this is the 2nd edition published in 2010 and has 45 pages in softcover format. The ISBN is 978-190-5104-031 and our rating for this book is ☆☆☆☆

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