Navigați cu luggerul Tenby cu Tom Cunliffe

Navigați cu luggerul Tenby cu Tom Cunliffe



Navigarea cu lugger este diferită. Vela este atașată de catarg doar de curtea care o poartă în sus. Colțul din față inferioară (virura) este agățat de o parte din față a bărcii, iar foaia care controlează totul este atașată de colțul din spate (chia). Si asta e. O pânză modernă poate apăsa o barcă în jos, dar o velă luptă o ridică în timp ce conduce. Replica unui lugger vechi de 100 de ani – și a bărcii de salvare istorice – din acest videoclip trăiește într-un muzeu din vestul Țării Galilor. Locul este ceva inspirat de casă, așa că dați clic și alăturați-vă mie. Dacă sunteți interesat de navigație, lucruri maritime și drumul sărat către libertate, vă veți bucura de canalul meu, așa că turnați-vă un pahar din cele mai bune și relaxați-vă cu amestecul meu personal de fire și material didactic util. Când sunt plecat în croazieră, nu știu niciodată când voi avea ocazia să încarc. Dacă abia așteptați, de ce să nu deveniți membru al clubului meu de site-uri? Veți găsi o mulțime de videoclipuri și articole numai pentru membri, care nu sunt disponibile în altă parte și veți avea șansa de a vă alătura unui forum online obișnuit. • Site web: – https://www.tomcunliffe.com/ • Deveniți membru: – https://www.tomcunliffe.com/my-account/members-area/ MODALITĂȚI PENTRU A VENI CONTACT CU MINE și ÎNĂRĂ-TE ECHIPULUI • Site : – https://www.tomcunliffe.com/ • Twitter: Alăturați-vă conversației – https://twitter.com/cunliffetom • Facebook: Să ne întâlnim aici – https://www.facebook.com/tomcunliffesailor ALTE PRODUSE • Articole: – https://www.tomcunliffe.com/product-category/articles/ • Cărți de vânzare: – https://www.tomcunliffe.com/product-category/books/ • Cărți audio: – https:// www.tomcunliffe.com/product-category/audiobook/ Urmărește-mă pe YOUTUBE Apăsați butonul ABONAȚI-VĂ. Aș aprecia dacă v-ați alătura canalului meu „Yachts and Yarns”. Apăsați butonul LIKE când vă bucurați de un episod – este gratuit și în felul acesta voi ști ce fel de conținut vă place. Atingeți pictograma CLOPOTER, pentru a primi un sonerie. Apoi veți fi întotdeauna notificat când apare următorul blog video. Bun venit la bord! Tom Copyright Tom Cunliffe 2022

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34 thoughts on “Navigați cu luggerul Tenby cu Tom Cunliffe

  1. As you said Tom the foot of the mizzen looks like it needs to come down. It looked like it needed to be flatter with the belly of the sail further forward in those gusty conditions. Just like the ones we had today as a thunderstorm passed by us today as we dropped the hook in Alanya, Turkey. Sail Safe mate. Ant & Cid

  2. Excellent – what a lovely boat. It would be great if you did some videos on the Galway Hookers – quite an active culture there of building and racing and keeping some of the old ways alive.

  3. Just to give credit to those that built this boat, the students of the MITEC school of boatbuilding deserve a shout. From researched drawings the boat was lofted full size on a purpose built floor in a shed on the docks in Milford Haven. From the lofting the backbone was constructed, much of this was done with basic hand tools and taught skills. All fastenings in the main structure are bronze with forged heads (more student skill). The rivets are indeed copper. All of the hull, deck, sole, bulkhead, thwarts, gunwales, rudder, tiller and knees were student made and fitted. Their skills and enthusiasm should be applauded.

  4. Back in 83 I spent many evenings assisting in restoring a 1934 Hampton one design. The only power tools were a huge planer and a table saw. We used hand augers for drilling

  5. The sailing your doing with sheet in hand is my favor way to sail. In my daysailer I would bungee the tiller and sail with sheet in hand. Drove the wife nuts

  6. Loved seeing that old lifeboat- my great grandfather was a minesweeper skipper out of the Haven – sunk off St Anne’s in 1917 – I wonder if that old lifeboat was there to try to save them? Thank you Tom for another great little video

  7. I,m sure that the lifeboat was at Fishguard in 2010. I was there in my Westerley Jouster October 2010 to 31st december 2010 when I sailed overnight to Dale!…Best to you Tom! You gave me the trophy at falmouth in 1998 when we won the classic in our No 17 Essex One Design SYMPHONY….LA5 Lancs

  8. In 1953 there was an old man in Tenby who had an amazing story. As a younger man he had been swept overboard from the Tenby lifeboat which was a pulling/sailing vessel. They managed to get alongside but we’re unable to get him aboard, so they strapped a rope around him and tied him off alongside the boat. He was there for over an hour by the time they got him back to the harbour. He had lost consciousness by then.
    Dad said he’d been drinking for free on that story for forty years or more.

  9. I love Toms videos, especially when he sails an antique or replica. However I have a constructive suggestion. On any boat, especially a small boat, a hand held camera can't get the whole picture. I felt it was claustrophobic, not seeing the whole boat, how the sails were trimmed and worked together. So I say; have a second camera on a chase boat or a drone. Intercut that footage with the stuff on board. That way we could see the whole boat, get a since of her scale and how she sails.

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