Deben snaps from Dinghy and Katie L

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This is about Dylan Winter's Blog, Sailing around Britain.

10 Responses to “Deben snaps from Dinghy and Katie L”

  1. 17 August, 2017 at 1:13 pmDave Barker says:

    Very nice photos, Dylan,

    My favourites are:
    No. 7.the Deben Lugger with that amazing tiller, offset vertically to clear the outboard I guess. I’m having the same problem with my old Selway Fisher 18ft. daysailer. Having seen that photo, I might try the same solution because I can’t afford a Torqeedo which would probably be low enough for the existing tiller;
    No. 21. Same boat with a very, very small man sitting in the bow;
    No. 11. The shaggy Pandora. Wonder if someone might like to sell it for little or no money?

  2. 18 August, 2017 at 8:31 amjack says:

    Lovely stuff D. Must send you some pics of my gunter rigged mk1 gull circ: 1960s when she splashes

    A bit off topic but I’ve sent a link about a young lad who’s sails with no engine and only the use of his left hand…… inspirational.

    https://youtu.be/rGmaLohuYvA

  3. 18 August, 2017 at 1:39 pmDavid says:

    Super photos,Dylan, but a bit of a pain to view!

    Double-clicking takes me to the full page at IMGBB but only works for one image at a time. Anyone know a way of viewing them sequentially without opening each one separately?

    Regards, D

  4. 18 August, 2017 at 9:38 pmBryanD says:

    The dinghy on the FERN the Cat’ stern makes it look likes its giving a big cheesy grin

  5. 19 August, 2017 at 3:07 pmTed B. (Charging Rhino) says:

    That unrigged wooden sloop(?) Pics 8-10 has such lovely lines… As does Pic 50. A loevely collectio of very eclectic boats, something new to see every days while out on your daily row. (I’m very jealous…)

    Have you had an opportunity to talk with the gentleman who sails that Fisher in Pics 11-12? …A Fisher 30, or maybe Fisher 34? There’s nothing like first-hand experience and advice.

  6. 20 August, 2017 at 12:14 amSimon Blake says:

    Great Dylan thanks for sharing!

  7. 20 August, 2017 at 7:19 pmsimon leslie ellis says:

    You certainly know how to hit the spot with your choice of photo shots (rhyming unintentional)?

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