Part IV.the Irish Sea and the Bristol Channel, including the western coasts of England and Wales, the south coast of Scotland, the east coast of Ireland and the Isle of Man. containing descriptions of every creek, harbour and roadstead, suitable for yachting purposes, from Lands End to the Mull of Galloway, from Belfast Lough to Wicklow, and in the Isle of Man
by Frank Cowper.
London, Upcott Gill, 1895.
1st edition. ppxxxv 406. 31 coloured charts.
a little foxing to preliminary and end pages, but generally in very good clean condition in a half leather binding from the period, lightly rubbed and faded to the spine with the gilt lettering largely rubbed away.
with the book-plate of Alex S.Lawrence, founder of the Simpson-Lawrence firm of yacht equipment manufacturers and suppliers
Small Yachts, their design and construction exemplified by the ruling types of modern practice – C.P.Kunhardt
Woodenboat Publications, 1985
Hunt’s Yachting Magazine – compilation volume containing accounts of cruises mainly in Scottish and Irish waters.
London, Hunt & Co., 1850’s – 70’s