em Number: JAS101
Size: 90 mins.
Trouble starts for members of the Coot Club when they're blamed for setting boats adrift from their moorings. They become detectives and search for the real culprit and catch him just in time. Delightful for all ages, essential for Swallows and Amazons fans.
Very faithful film adaptaton from the book of the same title by Arthur Ransome. Swallows and Amazons fans will be delighted.
Here's a must-have for beginner and novice boaters or anyone looking for a refresher. Don't Hit the Dock teaches mooring and docking, wind and current management, rules of the road, navigation lights, safety, and fuel and waste management. 40 Minutes. Color. 2011.
If you haven’t yet seen the documentary, Manry at Sea—In the Wake of a Dream, about Robert Manry, the newspaperman who crossed the Atlantic in 1965 aboard his 13.5-foot sloop Tinkerbelle, you’re missing out.
Director Steve Wystrach’s absolutely fascinating film has won numerous festival awards and is presently the highest rated film on IMDb.
We asked Steve if we could stock a few copies of the DVD here at SCA, so he sent us a stack—including a handful in Blu-ray format. Steve also agreed to autograph each of the discs he sent us, and he’s included a signed postcard as well, making this an especially collectible package for Small Craft Advisor readers. $29 ****If you want Blu-ray, please specify in order notes.
Now get both Minicruiser Madness videos on one 2-Hour DVD! See more than 50 trailerable sailboats in action. DVD features short boat profile sections on West Wight Potter 15 and 19, Cape Dory Typhoon, Precision 21, Montgomery 15 and 17, Windrider 17, Santana 2023, Capri 16 and more. Inculdes lots of racing footage and a special Q&A session with Bill Teplow about his Potter 19 voyage to Hawaii. (Due to budget and filming conditions, some footage is rough or unedited.)
DVD Documentary about the final days of working sail. Shot in 15 countries and narrated by ORSON WELLES. Amazing footage and a rare chance to see working sail around the globe. “Magnificent footage of the beauty of the sea and the splendid geometry of sail. - New York Times