• Sale!
    Collect all of Andrew's publications, spanning 10 years of craft and dedication.
  • Collect all of Andrew's publications, spanning 10 years of craft and dedication.
  • The Deluxe Edition of Blue Water Classics is a special limited edition volume that is hand stamped, numbered and signed, with a unique hardback cover featuring an illustration of the race's rhumb line and course, specially commissioned for the book by Tasmanian artist David Fooks. Presented in a specially designed slipcase, this edition will never exceed 500 copies, ensuring your investment is secure forever.
    DELUXE EDITION BOOK + SLIPCASE    
  • The Deluxe Edition of Blue Water Classics is a special limited edition volume that is hand stamped, numbered and signed, with a unique hardback cover featuring an illustration of the race's rhumb line and course, specially commissioned for the book by Tasmanian artist David Fooks. Presented in a specially designed slipcase, this edition will never exceed 500 copies, ensuring your investment is secure forever. This very special release also comes with either an A4 print of '1945 Winner Rani and Captain John Illingworth', the first in my series of commemorative Art Deco posters (a collaboration with Artist John Penney), or, an A4 print of 'Tasman Island Shrouded In Mist' which features in the book. Both artworks printed by Full Gamut Fine Art Printers in Hobart on Hahnemühle 100% cotton papers and the highest quality archival ink-sets.
    LIMITED DELUXE EDITION BOOK + SLIPCASE + FINE ART PRINT
  • Over 500 pages of an "amazing array of intimate portraits of some of the absolute legends of the race." by photographer Andrew Wilson, author of the celebrated series Old Sea Dogs of Tasmania. "Backed by extensive interviews from journalist and race media manager Di Pearson, who probably knows more about the race than anyone else alive, this is a book that examines the people who make the race. If you love great stories about people doing exceptional things under difficult conditions, then you will love this book"
  • Coast Tasmania captures the essence of the coastal playground where we fish, swim and relax in this stunning and comprehensive large format coffee table book. Over 300 pages give an unprecedented view of Tasmania, even the Roaring Forties carving up the sea feature here.
  • Old Sea Dogs of Tasmania Book 1 is a number #1 best selling title with over 5500 books sold Australia wide. This joyful and highly acclaimed collection of tall tales and striking black and white portrait and seascape photographs is set deep in the southern seas, where the Roaring Forties batter Australia’s smallest state – Tasmania. Meet tough salt encrusted sailors, fishermen and shipwrights, who have made passage and experienced high adventures across all the worlds oceans on vessels large and small.
  • Old Sea Dogs of Tasmania Book 2 continues the story of our island's maritime history. In Book 2 you will live the pirates life in the Caribbean, race in the worlds greatest blue water classics, search for cray fish along the coastlines of Bass Strait’s remote islands, endure gale force winds while capturing yachts competing in the world renowned Sydney to Hobart, make passage to a pristine harbour on a dutch tall ship, visit a world famous wooden boat festival and so much more.
  • Purchase a copy of Book 1 and Book 2 of the best selling series Old Sea Dogs of Tasmania. Over 450 pages of stories and images from mainland Tasmania as well as Bruny, Maria, Flinders and King Island. Buying both here will also save you $10.
  • Sale!
    Over 500 pages of an "amazing array of intimate portraits of some of the absolute legends of the race." by photographer Andrew Wilson, author of the celebrated series Old Sea Dogs of Tasmania. "Backed by extensive interviews from journalist and race media manager Di Pearson, who probably knows more about the race than anyone else alive, this is a book that examines the people who make the race. If you love great stories about people doing exceptional things under difficult conditions, then you will love this book"
  • Ian Johnston returns with The Shank Revisited, a wholly updated version of his original 'Rutter for Anchorages in South West Tasmania.This highly popular publication is a must for anyone considering cruising to Tasmania's wild south west coast. 'The first edition of The Shank was as remarkable and original in its publication as its author. The composition of its content with its stunning photography and adventurous dialogue can only be exceeded by this second edition. Rarely visited or explored this edition may be your only opportunity to understand the true remoteness and the natural rugged beauty of the South West Coast of Tasmania.' - RICHARD TAYLOR, COMMODORE, CRUISING YACHT CLUB OF TASMANIA

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