Tasmania Cruising Guide

Electronic format immediate download: PDF – ePub – Mobi

Updated and improved, Tasmania, Furneaux Group and King Island, all in one file
Anchorages, facilities, attractions, what to do, fishing spots & marina fees.
Full colour maps with GPS positions and safe tracks, aerial views, chart snippets
Plus Live links for more information and communications. Weather information.
Beautiful Photographs

  • PDF formatted to print perfectly on A4
  • EPUB  displays on your iPhone or iPod *
  • MOBI displays on  Kindle type devices

* iPad/iPhones using Safari Operating System: this article talks about “Make sure the free iBooks app is on your iPad.” http://support.fastpencil.com/entries/21316425-How-to-Open-PDF-files-and-Epub-files-on-an-iPad

Personally reconnoitered by Jack and Jude during our three circumnavigations of Tasmania

Tasmania Cruising Guide ~ electronic format immediate download

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We’ve been sailing since we were kids and have safely explored untold scary places.
So rest assured, if you follow our lead, you too will have the experience of a lifetime.

NOTES:
Select your desired format by clicking on the appropriate Buy Now, which will bring up a secure payment system using MasterCard, Visa, direct debit or PayPal.
Immediately after payment is made a link will be presented to download your file. Also an email will be sent with payment confirmation and duplicate link. These links expire after 24 hours and allow 5 attempts to download. Contact us if there’s a problem.

KINDLEs: The secret to uploading any file to a kindle is to know where the file is on your computer, and then plug in the kindle using the USB cable. It will then be recognized as just another device like a thumb drive or camera. Using your file manager (Explore in windows) copy and then paste the file into the “documents” folder listed under your kindle. Once you see your file in that”documents” folder, when you turn on the kindle it will show up with all your other books.

Therefore the secret is to download our Cruising Guide to a location that you can find, like “My Documents” or Win 7 uses “downloads_net” which is a folder under “My Documents.

iPhones and iPods are easier, especially if you download our file straight from the device.
If you have trouble, email Jack for help.

As you can imagine, this project has taken a bit of dedication and hundreds of hours, so all we ask is that you respect our copyright and do not replicate or distribute our files. Instead send your mates here to buy us a beer. Cheers.

Other eBooks:
South Australia Cruising Guide ~ electronic format
Coral Sea Cruising Guide ~ electronic format
Practical Boat Bits and Tips ~ electronic format
Two’s a Crew Australia Circumnavigation ~ electronic format
Where Wild Winds Blow ~ electronic format


Comments

Tasmania Cruising Guide — 8 Comments

  1. Hi, We had recently bought your info about Tassie, and having finished that part of our trip, would like to say how useful it was. Tassie was a great experience, especially the SW corner and the W coast – the crayfish were great.
    Once again, Thank you for the information,
    Regards, Do & Di McDougall

    Really pleased our cruising guide opened up that wonderful part of Australia for you. We love the west coast too. Always so much to do and explore.

  2. Hi,
    Is the Tasmanian Cruising Guide available as a hard copy book. If so how much ?
    Many thanks,
    Allan Partridge

    Hello Allan,
    The PDF format of our cruising guides can be printed on A4 paper and then put in a binder of your own choice. But we do not produce a cruising guide in print.
    Jack & Jude

  3. Hi,
    have enjoyed many of your destination stories. My husband Mick and I are relatively new to the sailing world, have much to learn and to discover. We purchased our own boat a 35′ Holland Pilot house cruiser back in 2011 and we moor her at Kettering in Tassie. Have spent the last 12 months just getting to know the boat and our own capabilities within the Derwent & Channel areas. So far so good,maybe some day we will venture further afield to some of our beautiful spots here and around Australia.
    Thanks for sharing your exceptional life and journeys on the water with us.
    looking forward to receiving your newsletters.

    Cheers
    Cheryl

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  5. Hi Gil, There are a few spots listed by Ocelot that sound grand, found in Anchorages pull down menu, we really like the top end from Flinders with the Art Gallery on Stanley, then Adolphus is grand, so much depends on the weather. Safe sailing, Jack and Jude

  6. Hi
    Planning to sail from Darwin to Cairns. Have done it 2-3 times but would be interested to know more little spots to discover and enjoy.
    Do you have anything on this in electronic format I could buy
    Many thanks
    Gil

  7. Hi Jack ‘n Jude, have been following your blog and of course bought Two’s A Crew. Just downloaded the Tasmanian Cruising Guide and it looks great! I am sailing there this coming summer from WA so it will be a great resource when I arrive.
    Keep up the good work!
    Cheers
    Colin
    SV Free Spirit

  8. Everything has worked perfectly. I downloaded the PDF file onto my laptop and iPad. The document looks great. I have not yet checked out the imbedded linkages but at first glance it is a fantastic product – a real credit to you both. I have no intentions of cruising down to Tassie in the near future but wanted to support your efforts. I have hard copies of your 3 books and enjoyed those greatly so am a dedicated fan. Very best wishes to you both,
    Tony and Cath

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