Not sure which ebook format you want? Or perhaps you have multiple devices on which you want to read it? If so, then this bundle is what you want.
You will download a Zip file containing the PDF, Epub, AZW3 and MOBI versions, which you can then transfer to your chosen ebook readers. Combined file size: 132Mb
This is a zip file that contains both the AZW3 and MOBI versions which will work on your Kindle. Download it to your PC or Tablet, open, and then transfer your preferred version to your Kindle by USB cable.
In general, the AZW3 should produce better formatting, but if that doesn't display properly, then please try the MOBI. Please note that some of the formatting is not perfect, but this does not in any way affect the readability. File size 50Mb (AZW3 40mb. Mobi 10mb)
The epub version is compatible with almost all ebook readers, including Apple iPad, Barnes and Noble Nook, Sony Reader, BeBook, Adobe Digital Editions, Lexcycle Stanza, BookGlutton, AZARDI, Aldiko, WordPlayer on Android, the Mozilla Firefox add-on OpenBerg Lector, Cool Reader (for Windows, Linux, Android) and more, but not the Kindles.
If you don't have a Kindle, and you don't plan to print out sections, this is probably the most easily readable version. If you don't have a reader installed on your tablet, just download the free Cool Reader.
You can download it instantly and then transfer it to your ebook reader. For the full list of compatible devices see this table. File size 36Mb
Download instantly and read the entire DDDB offline at leisure on any computer device. That means you can still read it when you are sea, far from any internet connection.
This is the pdf version. It will work on just about any ebook reader or computer, but is perhaps not the easiest format to read. It is, however, the best format if you want to print out sections of it as a hard copy.
If you have an ebook reader one of the other formats is probably preferable. Or you can download a free program such as Cool Reader, which will allow you to read the epub version on your Windows, Android, or Linux tablet or computer.
Using Parachutes, Sea Anchors and Drogues to Cope with Heavy Weather – Over 130 Documented Case Histories