Édition 2, 2002. The second edition of this comprehensive pilot incorporates information collected by the authors during their cruises in the area during 2000-2001.
Édition 2, 2001. Details of harbours and anchorages in the pacific south of the equator between New Guinea and South America.
Édition 1, 2016. Cook’s Country is a wholly original guide to the uniquely scenic and historic coasts of North Yorkshire and Northumberland.
Édition 2, 2015. This lavishly illustrated book has been designed as a companion to the Clyde Cruising Club's Sailing Directions and covers the Scottish west coast from the Clyde to Cape Wrath and all the outlying islands.
Édition 4, 2015. Since its launch East Coast Pilot has become the most popular pilot book for the creeks, harbours and rivers between Great Yarmouth and Ramsgate, providing clear and concise sailing directions for visitors and regular East Coast cruising yachtsmen alike.
Édition 2, 2015. The Irish Sea is a huge, almost landlocked sea. Around its shores and islands there are no fewer than six countries, provinces or protectorates.Several languages are represented- English, Welsh, Irish, Scots Gaelic and Manx, along with countless accents and dialects.
Édition 1, 2016. This is a completely new volume for the Orkney and Shetland Islands and includes Fair Isle. It also covers the ‘jumping off' harbours on south side of the Pentland Firth and the mainland coast of Scotland between Inverness and Cape Wrath. The area has been fully researched by the authors during the last two seasons.
Édition 1. Strictly speaking Dag Pike’s latest tour of historic and often long unused harbours should be titled ‘Hidden Harbours of Northwest England and Southwest Scotland’. Starting from the Dee Estuary and finishing in the remote Rhins of Galloway, over 40 harbours are described.