"This book chronicles
the long and loving relationship between a Malabar schooner, the Amberjack,
and three generations of a family and their many friends. The "Amber"
was in some ways the heart of this extended community, and her existence enabled
us to gather together, to sail together, and, most important, to learn to love
each other better. And at her heart was a coal-burning
Shipmate 214 stove and oven, whose
warmth and the hot food cooked thereon served this larger purpose well. The
"Amber" is no more, but the warmth this ship and stove generated is
with us still. I hope you will enjoy this book and that it will warm your heart
R. Yeomans, Ph.D., son of Edward Yeomans Jr.
56 Elm Street - Concord, MA 01742
phone: (978) 371-3206 / fax: (978) 371-3207
stunning paradox of human spiritual maturity is that, as we become one with
all creation, we also at the same time become completely and uniquely ourselves"
A contemporary, opinionated and highly useful manual covering
the essential ingredients in happily living aboard; staying warm and dry. Chapters
deal with ventilation, heating, producing hot water, excluding rain and condensation
from the vessel, design features that make a superior liveaboard and much more.
Heavily illustrated, clearly written, thoroughly researched.
If you are comparing the merits of the various heating options available, and
are thinking of installing a solid fuel stove, McAfee's book puts the range
of choices into perspective.
PB, 81/2" x 11", index, 120 pgs., 2000.
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