Commander Suzanne Giesemann draws on her twenty years in the Navy as a commanding officer and leadership instructor to write this empowering guide for women boaters. Power or sail, if you're just going along for the ride, you are limiting your enjoyment on the water. Suzanne encourages women to take a bigger role on board by addressing common fears and self-limiting attitudes. She shares the nautical knowledge necessary to become a safer, more competant, and more confident boater."Women, read this book, then get your partner to read it too."-Lin Pardeytent"...a wonderfully insightful book on how to make the transition from passenger to that of a competent mate or even master."-Amanda Swan Neal, Mahina Sailing Expeditions"Call it an 'Atta-Girl' book, if you will. Suzanne's message is clear: Other women do this. You can too. Here's what you need to know..."-Karen Larson, Editor, Good Old Boat Magazine"By reading this book, women can see how easy, and empowering, it is to go cruising with happiness and confidence."-Pam Wall, Outfitting Manager, Ft. Lauderdale West Marine
Suzanne Giesemann, a self-described boat fanatic, has over 30 years of experience on the water. She is a USCG licensed captain, and was selected to be a Cruising World Boat of the Year judge. Included in her impressive Navy resume is her position as an aide to the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff on 9/11.
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