Ship's Log Author:Beard & McKie Pub. 1983. Ship's Log: 1. n. book in which a skipper records the details of a voyage such as his peed and course, the exact time his engine broke, any significant reductions in the individuals aboard while under way, and whether or not he was accompanied by his vessel when he arrived.
A real ship's log with plenty of space for entering all the important details; a guest register; expenses;, and crew's comments. Also a very funny description of sailing and its terms. Eg.: How to use a dart board for advanced meteorology; common abbreviations used in navigations, such as A.I.S. Accidental Immersion of Sextant.