Self Steering e-book
by Tom Herbert,John Morwood
Self-steering Hardcover – January, 1974. by Tom Herbert (Author).
Self-steering Hardcover – January, 1974.
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John Morwood (Contributor).
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Owner · 14 June 1966 to 31 July 2004 · Antrim, Antrim, United Kingdom.
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John Edwin Moorwood was born in month 1896, at birth place, to Herbert Howe Moorwood and Adeline Louisa Moorwood (born Hudson). John had 5 siblings: Charles Herbert Moorwood, Albert Moorwood and 3 other siblings. Herbert was born Circa May 1860, in Ecclesall Bierlow, Yorkshire, England. Adeline was born on October 4 1873, in Allahabad, Bengal, India. John lived in 1901, at address. He lived in 1901, at address.
Our book "Self-Steering" is another example of our members" work, similar to this on. HYDROFOIL STABILISERS by John Morwood. Hydrofoils are used on many steamships to prevent them from rolling which they do very successfully.
Our book "Self-Steering" is another example of our members" work, similar to this one. Since 1956, we have had members making special studies o f how best to make a yacht steer herself on a fixed course to the apparent wind and, in 1967 we gathered everything which we had published into a book which we brought up to date in 1970, adding the new gears which our previous work had "triggered of. .