Back in time: Massive New Pilot Cutter Build / Ferry Planks - Rebuilding Tally Ho EP17
published on 29 August 2020 (on YouTube: on 10 March 2018) - 24
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Rebuilding a historic sailing yacht – Visiting Luke Powell’s latest Pilot Cutter / Planking a traditional wooden ferry boat. Support; http://www.sampsonboat.co.uk/support-tally-ho Become a Patron; http://www.patreon.com/sampsonboatco
THIS episode, I visit local boatbuilder Luke Powell and his team, who are building an enormous Pilot Cutter called Pellew, which is a copy of the Vincent, originally built in 1852. Then I head back to Butler & Co’s yard in Penpol, and explain how I fit a shutter plank into the hull of the new traditionally built Ferry that is being constructed there.
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17. Massive New Pilot Cutter Build / Ferry Planks - Rebuilding Tally Ho EP17
Video Pilot Boats in England (1971)
Found on YouTube. Created by "British Pathé".
Various shots of pilot boat going out to sea from harbour. Boat passes camera and then goes out of shot.
Note: No paperwork accompanies this footage
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Video History: Pilot boats in New York harbor
Found on YouTube. Created by "Library of Congress".
A New York harbor pilot boat passes close enough for four members of the crew to be seen [Frame: 0471]. Following the sailing vessel is a steamship .
From a contemporary Edison Company catalog: PILOT BOATS IN NEW YORK HARBOR. Unboys [code for telegraphic orders]. A close view of an eighty footer, schooner rigged, trim as a private yacht, skimming over the waters of the harbor near Robin's Reef, [where a] picturesque little lighthouse is seen in the near background. A steamer decked with bunting also passes by at close range. 50 feet. $7.50.
United States : Thomas A. Edison, Inc., 1899.
Copyright: Thomas A. Edison; 22Apr1899; 27966.
The Library of Congress copy of this film may not contain all of the scenes described in the above summary.
Pilot boats--New York (State)--New York.
Sailing ships--New York (State)--New York.
Steamboats--New York (State)--New York.
Boats and boating--New York (State)--New York.
Thomas A. Edison, Inc.
Paper Print Collection (Library of Congress)
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I am not a computer savvy. My knowledge in programming and robotics and those sort of things is nil. I get lost in the sea of social media and easily entangle myself in the web. All I have done for the last 25 years or so is to pilot ships through the Panama Canal. However, during the last couple of years I have done my best to catch up with technology, since it has enhanced our possibilities and improved safety in our field. But still, I have to admit that I am way behind the new guys in this important issue.