7 edition of Yachting"s Golden Age found in the catalog.
October 12, 1999
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||192|
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Spine may show signs of wear/5(6). Yachting: The Golden Age Hardcover – August 1, by Jean-Michel Barrault (Author)3/5(1). The Golden Age of Yachting is a book consisting mostly of yachting history, as the author felt and rightly so that a review of the past is the best way to make an introduction to the sport.
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YACHTING’S GOLDEN AGE:by Ed Holm, Alfred A. Knopf, pages, $ When tackling this project, the author could have devoted himself solely to the topics the title immediately conjures up–the era’s great steam yachts, magnificent racing yachts, and exclusive yacht clubs.
Be grateful he was more ambitious. The early commercial yachting photographers, such as Nathaniel L. Stebbins and Henry G. Peabody out of Boston and James Burton and Charles E. Bolles out of New York, knew just how to catch the great sail and steam yachts of the s to the early s: in action, raking the water under vast fields of canvas if powered by wind, or low and slick, menacing and.
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Your request to send this item has been completed. For here is a history book, quickly tracing yachting from BC to the era of great steam yachts, before lingering lovingly on not only lifestyles of days gone by, but giving wonderful accounts of some stunning yachts and their races, in what was truly The Golden Age of Yachting, which was a far more appropriate title for publication that will really appeal to lovers of folklore and.
Offers an unparalleled insight into the era's professional racing and sailing events, yacht clubs, regattas, the opulence and scale of ships themselves, the people who ran them, the competition existing between famous yachtsmen, and many more.
In Ed Holms coffee table book, Yachtings Golden Age (Knopf), a thoroughly researched text complements the monochromatic photographs, giving readers a strong sense of what sailing was actually.
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