By Claud Worth, Second edition published by J.D.Potter in 1921. The second edition said to contain twice as much as the original having originally intended a second volume.Technical matter was revised and additional "logs" of cruises included. Based on the author's cruises in "Foam (I, II)", "Tern" (I, II, III), and other yachts. Illustrated with photographs, sketches, maps and diagrams and includes fold out maps and diagram.
Name stamped inside front cover is that of Higley Halliday M.I.N.A., M.I.A.E., one of the founders with Claud Worth of the Little Ship Club, a London Yacht Club and was involved in providing shore based training in the late 1920’s and 1930’s and to members of the Royal Naval Volunteer Supplementary Reserve during The Second World War. In 1950 he was appointed Honorary Life Vice President of the club, a position created especially for him. He was a pioneer of motor boat development in the early 1900’s, involved in developing one of the earliest hydroplanes,and was a yacht designer.
In fair used condition for age. Block is good with some marks but one plate is detached. Foxing to end papers and owner's name stamped inside front board.The case is very worn, edges of boards rubbed, scratched and marked, with bumped and exposed corners. Spine shows wear with rubbing, cloth worn away head and tail and the beginnings of a split at joint. (See Photos). Priced accordingly.