Launching, operating and recovering small boats are activities outside the expertise of most crew and can require considerable skill and seamanship. For safety reasons, a practice drill is unlikely to provide a realistic simulation of an emergency situation.
This book demonstrates good practice when carrying out these operations and explains the techniques and systems that can improve manoeuvres. It reviews the equipment available and assesses both its benefits and its potential drawbacks.
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