America's Cup sailboat racing

Gary Jobson Author

About the Author
Gary Jobson, a past America's Cup winner, is a producer and commentator for ESPN. He is a contributing writer for Sailing World and Cruising World magazines and the author of Sailing Fundamentals. He lives in Annapolis, Maryland.
An America's Cup Treasury: The Lost Levick Photographs, 1893-1937


by Gary Jobson, et al. Hardcover

Book Description
Hardcore racing fanatics and casual daytrippers alike will be entertained and educated by an insider's view of the early history of the America's Cup. Highlighting this history are previously unpublished photographs of Edwin Levick and his sons from the first 10 America's Cup races. These evocative photographs are complemented by the personal anecdotes and insights of author Gary Jobson, a tactician on two winning America's Cup boats. Levick's photographs, housed at the Mariners' Museum in Newport News, Virginia, offer a rare and exciting look at sailing's premier race.


Championship Tactics : How Anyone Can Sail Faster, Smarter and Win Races
by Gary Jobson, et al. Hardcover (August 1990)

Championship Tactics gives expert advice in a collection of stories from the greatest sailing races of recent decades, and includes profusely diagrammed professional secrets that even the Wednesday-night club racer can use. All boat racers will benefit from this professional collection of tips!


Sailing Fundamentals : The Official Learn-To-Sail Manual of the American Sailing Association and the United States Coast Guard Auxiliary
by Gary Jobson. Paperback

Written by America's foremost instructional authority, the new edition of Sailing Fundamentals combines the training programs of the American Sailing Association and the United States Coast Guard Auxiliary. The official learn-to-sail manual of the American Sailing Association, it is also used in the programs of many yacht clubs, colleges, and sailing groups.

The Winner's Guide to Optimist Sailing
by Gary Jobson, et al. Paperback


The essential manual for parents, coaches, and all kids aged eight to fifteen who are learning to sail the Optimist--the standard beginner's boat used in community and yacht club programs nationwide--The Winner's Guide to Optimist Sailing contains all the information young sailors need to rig, sail, and race their boats safely. 100 photos & line drawings.


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