The trouble with the public library I attend is that it has so many neat books that I'd like to own!
So since I have to give their copy back after a few weeks, I have to go out and buy my own copy.
The latest in this process of duplicating the library's holdings in my own home is:
Boatkeeper: The Boatowner's Guide to Maintenance, Repair, and Improvement
by Bernard Gladstone, and Tom Bottomley,
It's 1984, so it is necessary to find a copy via used book dealers, but if you're interested I notice
that on there are still a couple of copies for under five dollars.