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This post was contributed by a community member. The views expressed here are the author's own. Eldridge Tide and Pilot Book is a necessity for most Cape Cod mariners, who would agree that it is the "most trusted guide for East Coast waters, since ," as advertised on the tide book's cover. Its contents include a section titled "Dangers," as well as personal observations and compass courses and distances. Sixteen years later, he published another book, Compass Test and asked his son, George, Jr. Young George would sail out in his catboat to the many schooners waiting for a fair current to pass through the sound.
Over the last century, most New England fishermen and merchant sailors have gone to sea with a copy of the Eldridge Tide and Pilot Book on board. The iconic yellow nautical book has been in print since and is still considered essential, even in the GPS age. It requires no batteries and is all about traditional essence: paper diagrams, astronomical data, standard markings, position fixing. Always a family-run, down-home operation, the Eldridge Tide and Pilot Book now is produced by the sixth generation of the Eldridge White family. After apprenticing with her parents, Jenny White Kuliesis, 38, took the reins last year. The Globe spoke with White Kuliesis at her home office in Arlington, where she was surrounded by proofs and pages in various stages of production.
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