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1 SANDERS, R.E., Lt.-Cdr. Practice of Ocean Rescue. 1st UK in dj.
Brown, Son, & Ferguson, Glasgow, 1947, 
SANDERS, R.E., Lt.-Cdr. The Practice of Ocean Rescue. Glasgow: Brown, Son, & Ferguson, Ltd., Publishers, (1947). First UK Printing. Pp. (6),vii,(1),9-91,(1), including frontis. Illustrated. 8vo, blue cloth with pressed lettering to front, gilt lettering to spine. Contents: 1. Concering the Operationof Approaching and Closing the Disabled Vessel; 2. The Actual Operation of Connecting; 3. Securing Towing Wire Aboard Disabled Vessel; 4. Vessel with Severe Structural Damage, e.g., Collision, Enemy Action, Damage, etc.; 5. The Use of Oil to Facilitate a Connection in Rough Weather; 6. Putting a Boarding Party on Board an Abandoned Ship; 7. The Beneficial Effect of Oil when Towing a Disabled Vessel in Heavy Weather; 8. Navigation when Towing; 9."Heaving To" versus "Running"; 10. Picking up a Disabled Vessel which is a t Anchor; 11. Length and Composition of Towing Gear; 12. Towing Drill; 13. Anti-Chafe Measures; 14. The Operation of "Shortening in" the Tow on Arrival at Destination; 15. Yaw; 16. Instability in a Damaged Vessel; 17. Suggested Procedure when Vessel in Tow Sinks; 18. The Cruciform Towing Bollard; 19. The Mologogger; 20. The Automatic Self-Rendering Winch. Occasional dog-earing to a few leaves, else vg in rubbed, nicked, short-closed-torn, spine-browned, lightly damp-spotted dj. 60.00

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