Bunkside Reading

When you've bunked down for the night, or back on dry land eagerly awaiting your next journey out on the waters, a good book is a great way to relax. Bayside Marine stock a wide range of reading, from funny compilation stories to daring true life stories, we have it covered!

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  • 50 Water Adventures To Do Before You Die by Lia Ditton

    50 Water Adventures To Do Before You Die by Lia Ditton

    £16.99
    From paddle-boarding the Mississippi to big game fishing off Mexico, from floating in the Dead Sea to swimming with jellyfish in Palau, from iceboating in Russia to sailing non-stop round the world, this book promises to inspire dreamers to become doers.

    1 in stock

  • Adventures of a Reluctant Boating Wife by Angela Rice

    Adventures of a Reluctant Boating Wife by Angela Rice

    £8.99
    Before she realises what she's done, Angela has not only married a mad sailor, but has also agreed to go out on the water with him, in a boat they've bought, right out to sea... In this funny and engaging tale Angela graduates from reluctance to relish; from skepticism to skippering, as she is gradually drawn into the boating lifestyle, home and abroad.

    2 in stock

  • Anchor's Aweigh by J D Sleightholme

    Anchor's Aweigh by J D Sleightholme

    £7.99
    Des Sleightholme is one of the very few genuinely funny yachting writers, and this is a hilarious tongue-in-cheek introduction to the newcomer to the world of sailing: how to chose a boat, what is going to happen on your first time out, and how not to behave in marinas. Great cartoons

    1 in stock

  • Black Fish by Sam Llewellyn

    Black Fish by Sam Llewellyn

    £10.00
    BLACK FISH is the story of a difficult passage in the life of Gavin Chance yacht broker, ex-policeman and gone-to-seed Olympic hopeful. He is being hunted by his ex-wife and his creditors. And even more worryingly, by some representatives of the fishing industry who make their living massacring fish stocks and doing even worse things to people.

    1 in stock

  • Can Squid Fly? by Tony Rice

    Can Squid Fly? by Tony Rice

    £9.99
    Using the same question and answer format of his highly successful first book Do Whales Get the Bends?, marine expert Tony Rice sets out to answer another selection of general interest questions about the sea, sea life and man's relationship with the oceans.

    1 in stock

  • Further Confessions - Yachtsmen Own Up to their Sailing Sins

    Further Confessions - Yachtsmen Own Up to their Sailing Sins

    £10.99
    There were too many degrading disasters, mortifying mishaps and groan-worthy gaffes for one collection, so following on from yachting monthly confessions ,here is another wonderful collection of humiliating misadventures from the endearingly popular confessional column of yachting monthly magazine.

    1 in stock

  • Solitaire Spirit by Les Powles

    Solitaire Spirit by Les Powles

    £12.99
    Out of stock
     Les Powles only had 8 hours of sailing experience when he decided to sail solo around the world. Many novices would be content to just dream of such an adventure, and maybe get as far as a solo Channel crossing a couple of years down the line. Not so Les Powles, one of the twentieth century's most extraordinary and eccentric sailors.

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  • Worse Things Happen at Sea by Jake Kavanagh

    Worse Things Happen at Sea by Jake Kavanagh

    £9.99

    Worse Things Happen at Sea is the long awaited follow up to Jake Kavanagh's hugely popular Ups and Downs of a Lockkeeper.

    This time turning his humorous eye to the scrapes people get into when let loose on open water, Jake has us chuckling, blushing and recognising ourselves or fellow crew coming unstuck in the maritime mayhem he highlights with his witty pen and captures so admirably with his hilarious illustrations.

    1 in stock

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