Our Sailing Log Book is suitable for both sailing and power yachts. Based on years of experience and use, it is designed for concise and easy entry with relevant information required for the recording of sea passages. Beautifully produced for easy detailed entries.

The log book comprises 62 pages including 60 pages for Passage Log entries.

An additional page is included for the entry details of your vessel, including Name, Call Sign and MMSI number.

A further page allows for entry of your vessel data, lifesaving equipment, radio and navigation equipment and shore contact details.
Our Sailing Log entry pages allow for entries as follows: Date, Departure and Arrival Ports, Tidal stream reference port, Weather forecasts, Skipper and crew details, Passage distance, time and engine hours totals and Cumulative totals, Departure and Arrival Port tides, Springs/neaps position, Magnetic and compass variation/dev. pre -departure notes, engine checks and system checks.

Passage entries include; Time, Latitude/Longitude, Course, Leeway, Log/Trip, Distance covered, Sail plan, Sail reef detail, Wind direction/strength, Weather, Engine status/log speed, Sea Condition and Remarks/Observations. In all, over 37 individual items.
Each log book entry page is individually numbered. This is important as the log book is a legal document.
The paper used throughout is 200 gsm. matt (ultra smooth) and suitable for writing on with pencil or ball point pen. Quick drying ink pens may also be used.
Inner front and back covers are 300 gsm. - Gloss antibacterial laminated
Outer front cover - Clear acetate
Outer front cover - Opaque acetate
The outer front and back covers give superb protection to your log book.
The complete Sailing Log Book pages are punched on one long edge (the 'binding edge') and securely bound together with a C shaped metal wire. (blue colour).
Wire bound documents can lay flat and pages can be turned easily, making it an ideal choice for your Sailing Log Book.

Plenty of room for at least one to two seasons of sailing by most sailors.