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Plate 62, Fig 339-341. Running rigging details.

Plate 62, Fig 339-341. Running rigging details.

The Rigging of Ships by R. C. Anderson  Describes and depicts in detail how 17th-century English, French, Dutch, and other European trading ships and warships were rigged, from the lower masts and bowsprit to the running rigging of the topsails and topgallants. Over 350 fine line drawings illustrate every rigging detail. 25 halftones.

The Rigging of Ships

The Rigging of Ships by R. Anderson Describes and depicts in detail how…

Plate 61, Fig 337-338. Getting yard aboard ship and truss bands.

Plate Fig Getting yard aboard ship and truss bands.

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“If you want to build a ship, don’t drum up people together to collect wood and don’t assign them tasks and work, but rather teach them to long for the endless immensity of the sea.” – Antoine de Saint-Exupery (Fore top and Fore Yard).

Plate 50, Fig 30-303. Rigging up the bowsprit guys.

Rigging up the bowsprit guys.

Plate 56, Fig 318-321. Lanyards, and ratlines.

Plate Fig Lanyards, and ratlines.

Plate 71, Fig 372. Details of preparing and bending sail.

Plate Fig Details of preparing and bending sail.

Plate 59, Fig 329-334. Standing rigging details.

Text-Book of Seamanship - Part 3

Plate 63, Fig 342. Raising topgallant yard.

Plate 63, Fig 342. Raising topgallant yard.

Plate 65, Fig 347-352. Studding sail boom details.

Risultati immagini per preventer stays

Tall Ships - General Rigging: Top mast and main yard.

Square Sail Rigging, perhaps a bit complicated for the Render to show in…

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Perspective section HMS-Essex-l.

Dinghy Cruising with Phillips - 4

Master Boat Builder with 31 Years of Experience Finally Releases Archive Of 518 Illustrated, Step-By-Step Boat Plans

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Mr Davies, 74, has kept the model in his study for the last 15 years but has now decided to auction it to raise money to fund his grandchildren's university education

What a mast-erpiece: 'Most accurate ever' scale model of HMS Victory with Nelson and Hardy on deck set to fetch £30,000

Tim Davies, from Cranleigh, Surrey, has kept the model in his study for 15 years but has now decided to sell it to raise money to fund his grandchildren’s university education.

Modelling Ships in Blender: A guide I’ve been interested in the age of sail my whole life – pirates, galleons, the East India Company, but the ships are the stars of the show. Many are …

Modelling Ships in Blender: A guide I’ve been interested in the age of sail my whole life – pirates, galleons, the East India Company, but the ships are the stars of the show.

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