The Book Depository

The Book Depository is an International Bookseller with a large catalog of Boat Books ready for shipping free of charge, to 90 Countries Worldwide.

And with prices displayed in US $, AU $, CA $, Euros and UK £.

Plus over 340,000 titles available as eBooks,

Boat Building

For the full range of Boat Building Books

Navigation

For the full range of Navigation Books

Sailing

For the full range of Sailing Books.

Motorboating

For the full range of Motorboating Books.

Canoeing and Kayaking

For the full range of Canoeing and Kayaking Books.

Boating Yarns

For the full range of Boating Yarn Books.

Book Depository

The Book Depository was founded in 2004 with the aim of making "All books available to All" through pioneering  supply chain initiatives, republishing and the digitizing of content.

Of the 30 million titles ever printed in the English language only about 2.2 million are in print. 

Where books are no longer in print or poorly available The  Depository are seeking to make them available again by republishing through their Dodo Press imprint. 

It is a continuing project, still in its infancy, and one of the most ambitious ventures 

in the book industry. 

The  Book Depository has over a million customers currently and a reputation for extremely high service levels.

 

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