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Shoot the Breeze: How to Speak Yachtie

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Shoot The Breeze: How to Speak Yachtie is an essential guide to a language spoken by those who sail competitively or for fun. Essential for those absolute beginners who don't know their sheets from their tails, it will also entertain fluent Yachtie speakers and those who aspire to greater mastery of the language, and be a vital companion for all those following - and tryin ...more
Paperback, 128 pages
Published April 20th 2007 by Random House New Zealand (first published January 1st 2007)
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Sarah Ell is a journalist, writer and editor, and has published widely in the history, sailing and young adult fiction genres. As a journalist and subeditor, she has worked for the Auckland Star, Boating New Zealand and Trends. In 2003 When the War Came Home was shortlisted for the LIANZA Esther Glen Medal, and was a 2003 Storylines Notable Senior Fiction Book, while Talking to Adam was a 2006 Sto ...more
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