tugster: a waterblog
It takes the right light to see things you don’t otherwise see, like raised lettering.
Pelham goes back quite a long time.
It’s good to see her at work. 8 more words
21 hours, 52 minutes ago
I got there JUST in time. A few minutes after I arrived, lines were cast off, and the yard tug moved the bow into the stream. 243 more words
4 days, 11 hours ago
Here’s a list of previous Wavertree posts. This post could be called Wavertree down rig, a slow and careful process that is best seen chronologically. 150 more words
6 days, 2 hours ago
Here are posts about Wavertree’s trip to the dry dock and before. And below are two photos I hadn’t used in those posts.
In the past 10 weeks, prep for the actual dry docking has resulted in loss of at least a foot and a half of draft. 238 more words
1 month ago
There’s winter sail, spring sail, and autumn sail. And today I’m just staying inside culling photos. Since moving by wind has been around for millennia, … 162 more words
1 month, 2 weeks ago
Ocean Tower passes the tow of Wavertree, aka “ocean wanderer.”
At the east end of Caddell Dry Dock.
Joyce D., no longer the newest Brown boat. 119 more words
3 months, 1 week ago
But first, many thanks to Bjoern Kils of New York Media Boat for the enjoyable ride aboard his RHIB Amundsen. I’ve decided to divide the photos into two posts. 326 more words