Up on the broads there is a small fleet of yachts called the Waverly Class
A bloke whose father used to sail one sent it to me
and this for reference is the Minstrel
and here are the minstral spars on the Waverley sail
and at the end of yesterday ....a kingfisher landed on the boat
”and at the end of yesterday ….a kingfisher landed on the boat“
….. ‘which was nice ‘ …
Kingfisher on the boat – great.
Extending the spars – nice bad winter Job.The boom will be just over the stern, Looks like.
Takes me back Dylan….. I used to skipper Waveney No 1 ‘Tansy’ in The Three Rivers race. With the sail marking W 1 we used to get cheered on by cries of “come on the Women’s Institute’.
very high boom – the sailmaker is going to take 70cm off the luff
Hi Dylan What a great few shots of days on the boards My mother born in Norwich loved the rivers and boards in the early 1920’s I’m a river Thames sailing myself but Solent is just a wonderful area. I’m well aware of your comments but we all have to make what we will of space presented and winter across to the IOW for an evening with locals singing and playing good folk music a couple of beer with friends what the game is about no good winging about the cost you’ll never take it with you even dispatched to St Catherines deep
All good wishes Bryan T Difran 2 Beaulieu River