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Babies Aboard
Babies Aboard
Author: Lyndsay Green
ISBN-13: 9780877422730
ISBN-10: 0877422737
Publication Date: 5/1990
Pages: 128
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Publisher: Seven Seas Pr
Book Type: Paperback
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Babies Aboard. The complete guide for new parents who don't want to give up boating. Don't let your own anxieties or the misgivings of others cause you to miss out on an experience that will long be remembered by both parent and child.

Lyndsay Green is a life-long sailor whose two daughters, Andrea and Lauren, have spent much of their life aboard the family sailboat, both in the Caribbean and in the Great Lakes. In real life, Lyndsay is a communications consultant for , among others, the National Film Board of Canada, TV Ontario, UNESCO, and the National Aboriginal Communications Society.
Lyndsay and her family sail their CS33, Sweetwater, out of Toronto. She feels the best times of her life have been those cruising with her family, and she hopes this book will encourage new parents who are unsure whether they should take Baby aboard: "Be confident, be positive, and do it. Make sure first that your're a good sailor, prepare adequately, take the proper safety precautions, and GO."