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Model Boat Building: 'Edinburgh Castle' Union-Castle Line Ship (1956) | British Pathé
 
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Watch as Mr Bill Prior, a toolmaker, creates a model boat replica of the 'Edinburgh Castle', an armed merchant cruiser in World War I and an accommodation ship in World War II. For Archive Licensing Enquiries Visit: https://goo.gl/W4hZBv Explore Our Online Channel For FULL Documentaries, Fascinating Interviews & Classic Movies: https://goo.gl/7dVe8r #BritishPathé #History #Model #Boat #ModelBuilding #Building #WWI #WWII License This Film: (FILM ID:57.10) http://www.britishpathe.com/video/model-boat-building/ Subscribe to the British Pathé YT Channel: https://goo.gl/hV1nkf Windsor, Berkshire. Mr Bill Prior, a toolmaker, is a model boat builder. We see some of his large scale models of ships. Various shots of him planing wood in his garden with two models on display. C/Us of his tools and of Mr Prior concentrating on his work. A model of the ship Edinburgh Castle will take about 2 years to make. Mr Prior's model of the S.S. Coronia is shown - C/Us of various parts of the ship, a very intricate scale model. A model of the Queen Elizabeth is shown. Mr Prior often gives models away to raise money for charity. BRITISH PATHÉ'S STORY Before television, people came to movie theatres to watch the news. British Pathé was at the forefront of cinematic journalism, blending information with entertainment to popular effect. Over the course of a century, it documented everything from major armed conflicts and seismic political crises to the curious hobbies and eccentric lives of ordinary people. If it happened, British Pathé filmed it. Now considered to be the finest newsreel archive in the world, British Pathé is a treasure trove of 85,000 films unrivalled in their historical and cultural significance. British Pathé also represents the Reuters historical collection, which includes more than 120,000 items from the news agencies Gaumont Graphic (1910-1932), Empire News Bulletin (1926-1930), British Paramount (1931-1957), and Gaumont British (1934-1959), as well as Visnews content from 1957 to the end of 1979. All footage can be viewed on the British Pathé website. https://www.britishpathe.com/
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Model Ship building (part 1)
 
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H.M.S. VICTORY Model Ship by Bill
 
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A slideshow of a wooden model H.M.S. Victory ship constructed over 10 months.
Views: 1019157 Bill Bergmark
Workshop for model ship building
 
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Some of the tools and equipment I use for building models.
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How to Build a Model Ship (HM Cutter Mermaid)
 
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The following video clip is a short sequence from Modellers Shipyard DVD on How to Build the HM Cutter Mermaid. The complete DVD is over 3 hours of narration & demonstration by Master Period Model Ship Builder Leon Griffiths. The DVD shows the modeller every step in building the hull, deck furniture and rigging of the model. The lessons demonstrated are applicable to the building of other period ship models. Leon presents each step of the Mermaid's construction demonstrating his many model ship building tips and techniques. To purchase the full DVD set and view others in our range visit www.modelshipyard.com.au
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Model Ships, Cruiser Yacht, Model Boats, Wood Sailboat Kit for Sale in UK
 
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visit http://www.model-ships.co.uk Model Ships have built world-class replicas of famous Historical Model Sailboats, Model Yachts & Model Boats. It is showcased in Museums, Film Production companies, Corporate lobbies, Restaurants & Theme Parks around the world 25 years of experience producing and working with Model Boats Custom Orders Restoration service available for Model Ships
Views: 2749 modelshipsUK
Trotamares construction part 1
 
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Construction of Mantua's Trotamares http://www.tallships.gr http://www.translatedfast.com
Handbuilt Pirate Ship for Sale
 
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NANAIMO - A Nanaimo man is preparing to watch his dream sail off into the sunset after deciding that a pirate's life just isn't for him. Terry Renner built a pirate ship from scratch using no blueprints or plans, just his imagination and his trusty tablesaw. But Renner says building the ship was more about the journey than the destination, and it's time for a new captain to chart a new course. If you have enough coins in your treasure chest, the ship could be yours. Follow /A\ News on Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/ANewsVanIsland
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(Atlantic) Ocean's Eighteen: Ocean's Eighteen: life on board of an 18th-century ship
 
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More films about maritime adventures: https://rtd.rt.com/search/?q=sail The Shtandart is a replica of Peter the Great's flagship and has seven working cannons on board. Its crew is made up of people from different countries, professions and backgrounds. What they all have in common is a passion for adventure and a desire to challenge themselves. They have all, at some point in their lives, decided to take a risk and fulfil their dream of a maritime journey. Now they share their impressions from this extraordinary voyage and explain what life is like on board an 18th-century tall ship in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean. SUBSCRIBE TO RTD Channel to get documentaries firsthand! http://bit.ly/1MgFbVy FOLLOW US RTD WEBSITE: http://RTD.rt.com/ RTD ON TWITTER: http://twitter.com/RT_DOC RTD ON FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/RTDocumentary RTD ON DAILYMOTION http://www.dailymotion.com/rt_doc RTD ON INSTAGRAM http://instagram.com/rt_documentary/ RTD LIVE http://rtd.rt.com/on-air/
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Noah
 
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Now in the Netherlands Come and See! True Size Ark of Noah. Come aboard of this replica of the oldest and largest wooden ship in the world and take part in activities which the whole family can enjoy. You get an impression of what the ship looked like and how Noah and his family must have lived. The Ark is approximately 20.000 square meters in size with showcases and presentations about Noah's history, scientific background information, various themed paintings, cinemas, and a restaurant where you can enjoy a view over the Merwede River and the city of Dordrecht. The Ark also has two large amphitheaters where we have various events, including concerts, musicals and much more. We also have displays of live small animals such as rabbits, squirrels, horses and kangaroos. We also have polyester replicas of the larger and exotic animals. The story of Noah is told in the 'Ark experience'. It will take you back in history. Come aboard! http://www.arcofnoah.org
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South Tahoe Wooden Boat Classic - Tahoe Keys
 
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There is nothing quite like rich mahogany reflecting off of the pure blue waters of Lake Tahoe. Music, wine, food, vendors and more than 70+ of the world's rarest boats bring together the fascinating and priceless history behind these elegant machines. This year more than 4,000 people will embark on a historical journey which will feature the thrill of Vintage Raceboats. The South Tahoe Wooden Boat Classic is presented by The Antique and Classic Boat Society, Inc. (ACBS) which is a 6,000+ member family international organization. Its mission is to bring together people with a common interest in historic, antique and classic boats for the purpose of sharing information, experiences and ideas. Each year, the Antique & Classic Boat Society's Northern California/Lake Tahoe Chapter makes donations to deserving local charities. As a 501C3 organization, we are pleased to be able to make gifts to deserving charities that meet our charter's philosophy.
Views: 293 Jess Horning
Van boom tot Botter (Building traditional wooden fishing sailboat)
 
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Dit is de bouw van een houten Botter door scheepsbouwer Willem Vos in 1976. This is the build of a traditional wooden Dutch sailing fishing vessel. She was build in 1976 by Dutch boat builder Willem Vos.
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Building the replica of the historical tall-ship La Grace - PR VIDEO
 
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San Felipe Model Ship 56" LARGE scale
 
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San Felipe Model Ship Her eBay listing: http://www.ebay.com/usr/modelshipsnboats See the 48" San Felipe http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yhYxWImSnog http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FarAPF3Q3zA Many more ships and boats @ http://modelshipsnboats.com/store or http://modelshipsnboats.com/store/#!/~/product/category=3516269&id=19269966 Dimensions: L: 56 W: 16 H: 50.5 Inches This is one of a kind, a gorgeous model of the San Felipe. All details are handcrafted from beautiful wood such as mahogany, teak, rose wood and other exotic wood. The hull is constructed using plank on frame method, each strip of exotic wood are carefully join together to form a smooth hull. This model is completely hand built to spec by skillful and creative master craftsmen; you will be amazed at how real it looks. On the ship, you will spot a mazing components such as: wooden bowsprit, foremast, mainmast, and mizzen mast. They are all connected to numerous fabric sails with detailed stitching, all rigging are painstakingly fastened by hand in matching colors. And of course, this model was built according to scale through original plans, pictures and drawings. Limited edition. We've only built 5 of these so far. History: The San Felipe was one of the most beautiful Spanish ships in the 1600s. Launched in 1690, it had 96 cannons and was the the lead ship of the feared Spanish Armada. It was powerful enough to go up against the most formidable ships in the French and British navies. In 1705, the San Felipe and 11 other Spanish ships waged a a furious and heroic battle against 35 British ships. After 24 hours of fighting, the San Felipe was captured, but was so badly damaged that it could not be salvaged as a prize. It sank with several tons of gold. Many more ships and boats @ http://modelshipsnboats.com/store HMS Bounty @ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5QxMdWMtDH4 See the HMS Endeavour open hull @ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GxsRI9R2En0 See the Saint Esprit @ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KWZBqQjGmUc Like us on Facebook :) http://www.facebook.com/pages/Model-Ships-N-Boatscom/426819290726002 Our gallery on Pinterest http://pinterest.com/modelship
Views: 26960 Chester Copperpot
AMERIGO VESPUCCI WOODEN MODEL SHIP
 
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The Amerigo Vespucci is a tall ship of the Marina Militare, named after the explorer Amerigo Vespucci. Its home port is La Spezia, Italy, and it is in use as a school ship.
HOW TO BUILD A WOODEN BOAT!
 
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A traditional wooden boat from North America. Easy to build in 3 months, part time. Thanks for watching! Please click here to SUBSCRIBE: http://bit.ly/BillyRiouxAdventurer - More videos with the "Batteau" : http://youtu.be/BypiZxI1uE4 Follow my adventure on - Facebook: https://facebook.com/BillyRioux - Instagram: http://instagram.com/BillyRioux - Twitter: twitter.com/BillyRioux Click here to buy my books! (in french... i'm looking for a English publisher!): http://www.billyrioux.com/livres/ Music: "Rollin at 5" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
Views: 84177 Billy Rioux Adventurer
BEST Miniature Balsa Wood Boat Carving Time-Lapse & Sculpey Ocean
 
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Please Subscribe, it really helps!: https://goo.gl/USPHs8. :) Subscribe to my podcast: http://andrewspodcast.com My Amazon Influencer Tools List: http://a.co/56ostbJ Build a DIY wooden toy boat like mine. I create a miniature carved Ship of a balsa wood boat, a 2inch Long Galleon on Ocean in time-lapse on a Sculpey clay ocean. This boat was Created (carved & sculpted) from Balsa Wood and clay. I use to carve and sculpt tiny ships out of balsa wood many years ago. I also have wooden boats for sale and wooden boat plans so you can build your own boat, should you want to make them this small. Just contact me. For this Christmas, I made one for Dee's dad in thanks for all he has helped me with this past year. I make them from memory, no plans, no photos, so they are by no means correct in details. I put a link in for the small balsa packs that I typically buy to create these models, plus another link for some excellent knives to sculpt and carve with. The Galleon (boat) is placed on the ocean scene I create from Sculpey clay I got from Wayne, NJ Hobby Model Shop on Rt 23. Watch me make an 8 feet long, 32inch wide, 1 man electric boat! I will be giving away this boat to one of my subscribers in August 2017. Based on a Chris Craft design. https://youtu.be/k0WGFmXe1-4 The music runs out after 7 mins sorry. Hope you enjoy. Andrew Jones - ArtisticBrit
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Real Life Pirate Ship! - El Galeon - Spanish Merchant Ship - Matt's Rad Show
 
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One of the first ships to ever come to settle Saint Augustine was a Galeon Merchant ship. Come with me as I explore this amazing replica of a Real Pirate Ship! This ship will be used in the upcoming tv series Crossbones starring John Malkovich as the infamous Black Beard the Pirate! This ship will only be docked in St Augustine a little while longer so go and see it if you still can! Matt's Rad Show! Episode 36. Real life pirate Ship! Ghost Ship El Galeon Spanish Merchant Ship Pirate Ship in Saint Augustine Pirate Ship in St Augustine St Augustine History. The El Galeon. Real Life Pirate Ship! El Galeón Step back in time aboard El Galeón, the breathtaking 1/1 scale reconstruction of a 16th Century Spanish galleon, while she calls St Augustine, Florida her home port until July 2014. Spanish Galleons, used primarily for their cargo transporting abilities, were frequently bought and sold by Spanish and English governments during the 1600s, and often taken over and converted into Pirate ships in the rough Carribean sea waters. Real Life Pirate Ship - Nao Victoria - Saint Augustine - Matts Rad Show http://youtu.be/4Jlfb2DHfjE MORE SAINT AUGUSTINE VIDEOS FOR YOU! Saint Augustine Haunted Lighthouse - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uvvRrGmnveA Fort Matanzas - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7u0e2VQAhDk Casillo De San Marcos - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JDraupDfz6o St George Street - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LMUgT6AVvh8 Ponce Inlet Lighthouse - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0-Sa5veAyTY&list=PLawkrc1HrW8itNWfC0xkDD1hubYfrR6MB&feature=share&index=9 FACEBOOK: http://www.Facebook/mattsradshow INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/mattsradshow MUSIC PROVIDED BY. Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) SONG TITLES:Colossus, Expeditionary, Eastern Thought, Ibn Al-Noor, Healing. ALL BY Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Walking St George Street. HISTORY AND MORE FUN STUFF IN ST. AUGUSTINE! St. Augustine, Florida is the oldest continuously occupied European-established city, and the oldest port, in the continental US. St. Augustine lies in a region of Florida known as The First Coast, which extends from Amelia Island in the north, south to Jacksonville, St. Augustine and Palm Coast. The city of St. Augustine was founded by Pedro Menéndez on September 8, 1565. The Alligator Farm Zoological Park - Not only does it have over 20 species of crocodilians, but also a variety of other reptiles, mammals and birds, as well as exhibits, animal performances and educational demonstrations. The Exhibits are : Komodo Dragon Exhibit Maximo Wading Bird Rookery Albino Alligators Gomek Forever Exotic Birds and Mammals Birds of Africa Land of Crocodiles The shows are : Realm of the Alligator Scales and Tails Rainforest Review Florida's Forest Friends Alligator Feeding Anastasia State Park Recreation Area is a Florida State Park located off SR A1A, about 1.5 miles (3.3 km) from downtown St. Augustine. The park has a variety of wildlife, birds and plants in a setting of beaches, tidal salt marsh, and hammock. Bridge of Lions - a bascule bridge that spans the Intracoastal Waterway in St. Augustine. It leads to Anastasia Island. Lions made of marble used to guard the bridge Casa Monica Hotel - It is one of the oldest hotels in the US and is a member of the "Historic Hotels of America" National Trust. Castillo de San Marcos National Monument is a Spanish built fort. It was known as Fort Marion (1821 to 1942), and Fort St. Mark(1763 to 1784) while under British control. The Cathedral Basilica of St. Augustine is a historic cathedral in St. Augustine, Florida and the seat of the Roman Catholic Bishop of St. Augustine. Fort Matanzas National Monument consists of a 1740 Spanish fort, the Matanzas River on the northern Atlantic coast of Florida. The Fountain of Youth is a legendary spring that reputedly restores the youth of anyone who drinks of its waters. The Gonzalez-Alvarez House (The Oldest House) is a historic home. It is located at 14 St. Francis Street. It is National Historic Landmark. The other attractions are : St. Augustine City Hall & Lightner Museum Old St. Johns County Jail Oldest Wooden Schoolhouse Ripley's Believe it or Not! Museum St. Augustine Lighthouse and Museum St. Augustine Amphitheatre St Augustine Pier World Golf Hall of Fame It is unusual among sports halls of fame in that a single site serves both men and women. It is supported by a consortium of 26 golf organizations from all over the world. Villa Zorayda (Zorayda Castle) is a scaled-down version of the 12th-century Moorish Alhambra Palace in Granada, Spain. It was built by the eccentric millionaire Franklin Smith in 1883 as his private home in St. Augustine. San Sebastian Winery Complimentary Tours and Wine tasting last approximately 45 minutes in length and are offered seven days a week Mon - Sat, 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. and Sunday, 11 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Views: 382526 MattsRadShow
The Nina - The Most Historically Accurate Replica of a Columbus Ship Ever Built
 
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The Nina = The Most Historically Accurate Replica of a Columbus Ship Ever Built THE ORIGINAL NIÑA The original Niña, Pinta, and Santa Maria used by Christopher Columbus on his first voyage across the Atlantic were common trading vessels. The Santa Maria which Columbus never liked, ran aground and sank on Christmas Eve 1492 in Hispaniola (now Cap Haitien). She was a Nao, a type of cargo vessel. The Niña and Pinta were Caravels which were used by explorers during the Age of Discovery. The Pinta returned home and disappeared from History without a trace, but the Niña, now there's a woman with a past. The Niña was Columbus' favorite and for good reason. She was named Santa Clara after the patron saint of Moguer. A Spanish vessel in those days had an official religious name but was generally known by nickname, which might be a feminine form of her masters patronmyic, or of her home port. Santa Clara was always Niña, after her master-owner Juan Nino of Moguer. Vincente Yanez was her Captain on Columbus' First Voyage, and he later discovered the Amazon on an independent voyage. Built in the Ribera de Moguer, an estuary, now silted up, of the Rio Tinto, Niña made the entire First Voyage, bringing Columbus safely home. She accompanied the grand fleet of the Second Voyage to Hispaniola and Columbus selected her out of seventeen ships for his flagship on an exploratory voyage to Cuba, and purchased a half share in her. She was the only vessel in West Indian waters to survive the hurricane of 1495, and then brought back the Admiral and 120 passengers to Spain in 1496. She was then chartered for an unauthorized voyage to Rome, and was captured by a corsair when leaving the port of Cagliari, and brought to an anchor at Cape Pula, Sardinia where she was stripped of her arms and crew. The Captain, Alonso Medel, escaped with a few men, stole a boat, rowed back to Niña, cut her cables and made sail. She returned to Cadiz in time to sail for Hispaniola early in 1498, as advance guard of Columbus' Third Voyage. She was lying in Santo Domingo in 1500, and we last heard of her making a trading voyage to the Pearl Coast in 1501. The Niña logged at least 25,000 miles under Columbus' command. In 1988, an American engineer and maritime historian, John Patrick Sarsfield, began building what was to become the first truly, historically correct replica of a 15th Century Caravel. John had discovered a group of master shipbuilders in Bahia, Brazil who were still using design and construction techniques dating back to the 15th Century. It was in Valenca, Brazil, using only adzes, axes, hand saws, and chisels, in additiion to naturally-shaped timbers from the local forest, that the Sarsfield Niña was built. Jonathan Nance, a British maritime historian and main researcher for the project produced a sail plan for the ship, which represents the Niña as she would have appeared during the eight recorded busy years of her life following her departure from the Canary Islands in September 1492. In December 1991, the Niña left Brazil and sailed to Costa Rica on a 4000 mile unescorted maiden voyage to take part in the filming of 1492. Since then, the ship has visited over 300 ports in the U.S. She is the only 'sailing museum' which is continually 'discovering' new ports, while giving the public an opportunity to visit one of the greatest little ships in the world's history.
Views: 39370 Snarfel Hamana
Hand Made Boats (1968)
 
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Seahouses, Northumberland. In this tiny fishing village we see various good shots of a large boat (presumably a fishing boat) being made. Craftsmen are seen putting planks in position to make up the skeleton of the boat. Nice M/S of the harbour shows several fishing boats moored, with lobster cages (?) in the foreground. FILM ID:435.05 A VIDEO FROM BRITISH PATHÉ. EXPLORE OUR ONLINE CHANNEL, BRITISH PATHÉ TV. IT'S FULL OF GREAT DOCUMENTARIES, FASCINATING INTERVIEWS, AND CLASSIC MOVIES. http://www.britishpathe.tv/ FOR LICENSING ENQUIRIES VISIT http://www.britishpathe.com/ British Pathé also represents the Reuters historical collection, which includes more than 120,000 items from the news agencies Gaumont Graphic (1910-1932), Empire News Bulletin (1926-1930), British Paramount (1931-1957), and Gaumont British (1934-1959), as well as Visnews content from 1957 to the end of 1979. All footage can be viewed on the British Pathé website. https://www.britishpathe.com/
Views: 1584 British Pathé
Building Wooden Model Ship Montanes by Bill
 
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The 8-month process of building the Spanish ship Montanes.
Views: 73808 Bill Bergmark
WoodenShipShop.com | Model Ships
 
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Click: http://WoodenShipShop.com - Fully Assembled Model Boats and Model Ships. Historic to Modern Nautical Vessel Replicas for display in your home or office. Museum Quality from Master Craftsmen using "Plank on Frame" construction based on original Shipbuilding Plans and Photos. Wooden ship models are perfect for civilian and naval boat collectors and all "Boat Lovers." See photos of our large ship models and boat models, each with "close-up" photos, visit today.
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Splice the mainbrace - Nautical history with Master Shipwright Louis Sauzedde
 
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Master Shipwright Louis Sauzedde gives us an explanation on the nautical term "splice the mainbrace". "Splice the mainbrace" is an order given aboard naval vessels to issue the crew with a drink. Originally an order for one of the most difficult emergency repair jobs aboard a sailing ship, it became a euphemism for authorized celebratory drinking afterward, and then the name of an order to grant the crew an extra ration of rum or grog. More at http://www.tipsfromashipwright.com
Views: 51657 Tips from a Shipwright
Saint Esprit Model Ship
 
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Saint Esprit http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KWZBqQjGmUc See her and many more ships and boats @ http://modelshipsnboats.com/store/#!/~/product/category=3516269&id=15145294 "Holy Ghost", the 80-gun ship of the line of the French Navy, lead ship of her class. The Saint Esprit was offered by the Order of the Holy Spirit, and named in its honour. This beautiful Saint Esprit model features plank on frame, three decks, and three rows of ferocious cannons on each side of the hull. A unique bowsprit design that consists of metal statue and side railings coated in gold color. The front bowsprit and three large masts are connected securely using advanced rigging and lines painstakingly knotted and fastened by hand. Each yard has an attached hand-stitched unfurled sails made of fine linen. Metal anchors and a wooden rudder are visible on the front and rear of the ship. On the deck, there are metal stationed cannons, authentic hand-built lifeboats with ribs and planks, wooden windlass, wooden cabin, wooden bell tower, metal steering wheel, and many other SPECTACULAR ornaments. There is also an exquisite detailed admiral's quarter on the stern with beautiful handcrafted brass statues and ornaments. Dimensions: L: 33 W: 9 H: 32 Inches History: The Saint Esprit was built in Brest and launched in 1765. She was commanded by Captain Boze and served as battle ship from 1965 - 1795. Using historical photographs, drawings or original plans, these highly detailed wood models are meticulously handcrafted from scratch. They are built to scale with high-grade wood such as: western red cedar, rosewood, and mahogany. She is 100% hand built individually using the plank-on-frame construction method and are similar to the building of actual ships. Each model requires hundreds of hours to finish and must go through a demanding quality control process before leaving the workshop. This model comes standard with a solid wood base and brass nameplate. It'll make a perfect gift for home or office decorator, boat enthusiast or passionate collector. See her and many more ships and boats @ http://modelshipsnboats.com/store/#!/~/product/category=3516269&id=15145294 Saint Esprit @ http://modelshipsnboats.com/store/#ecwid:category=3516269&mode=product&product=15145294 San Felipe XL 56" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FarAPF3Q3zA See the 48" San Felipe http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yhYxWImSnog See the HMS Endeavour open hull @ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GxsRI9R2En0 Like us on Facebook :) http://www.facebook.com/pages/Model-Ships-N-Boatscom/426819290726002 Our Gallery on Pinterest http://pinterest.com/modelship
Views: 4479 Chester Copperpot
Instruction : How to set the wooden model boat up # No1
 
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Dear friend , we manufacture wooden handicraft products as a Quality Wooden Ship Model Builder. You can easily find our model boats from Historical Ships, Classic-Modern Speed Boats, Yachts, Ocean Liners, Fishing Boats, Canoes, Battle Ships, etc. All of our models are handcrafted from hard wood with planks on frame construction. Some of the models are natural wood finished. All models are ready for display and not in kit form. Each model comes with a base, a brass nameplate, and each is well packed in the carton for secured shipping worldwide. We also build display cases with plexiglass to preserve the models from dust. During the past few years, our models have been exported to over 15 countries in the world. We are now actively looking for more distributors and wholesalers to distribute our products. Please feel free to contact us for further information. Thank you very much for your visiting and we are looking forward to doing business with your company. With all the best, Dai Phu Giao CO , LTD Email : thanhleluong@yahoo.com Ebay ID : le_vietnam Website : http://handicraftships.com/
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What are you at? Building model boats
 
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Darryl Chislett's biggest passion is model ship building. Not only does he build fantastically detailed model ships in his basement workshop -- he also goes for historical accuracy. Watch more from Weekend AM's What Are You At? here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLByp9p2moztIg6eYOu7s1nOjlMe7GFCJo »»» Subscribe to CBC NL to watch more videos: https://www.youtube.com/c/cbcnl?sub_confirmation=1 For your daily CBC NL news fix: https://www.cbc.ca/nl CBC NL on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/cbcnl CBC NL on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cbcnl/ CBC NL is now on YouTube. Join us for news, live events, commentary, daily weather, comedy, music, more. Connect with us about what you'd like to see here.
The watertight-bulkhead technology of Chinese junks
 
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UNESCO: List of Intangible Cultural Heritage in Need of Urgent Safeguarding - 2010 URL: http://www.unesco.org/culture/ich/USL/00321 Description: Takes note that China has nominated the watertight-bulkhead technology of Chinese junks for inscription on the List of Intangible Cultural Heritage in Need of Urgent Safeguarding, described as follows: Developed in South China's Fujian Province, the watertight-bulkhead technology of Chinese junks permits the construction of ocean-going vessels with watertight compartments. If one or two cabins are accidentally damaged in the course of navigation, seawater will not flood the other cabins and the vessel will remain afloat. The junks are made mainly of camphor, pine and fir timber, and assembled through use of traditional carpenters' tools. They are built by applying the key technologies of rabbet-jointing planks together and caulking the seams between the planks with ramie, lime and tung oil. The construction is directed by a master craftsman who oversees a large number of craftsmen, working in close coordination. Local communities participate by holding solemn ceremonies to pray for peace and safety during construction and before the launch of the completed vessel. The experience and working methods of watertight-bulkhead technology are transmitted orally from master to apprentices. However, the need for Chinese junks has decreased sharply as wooden vessels are replaced by steel-hulled ships, and today only three masters can claim full command of this technology. Associated building costs have also increased owing to a shortage in raw materials. As a result, transmission of this heritage is decreasing and transmitters are forced to seek alternative employment. Country(ies): China © 2009 by Huang Yanyi Duration: 00:09:21 - Support: DVD (0032100005)
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How to sail a Full-Rigged-Ship - The Sørlandet Part 1
 
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How to sail a traditionally rigged ship. The Sørlandet is the oldest and most authentic kept full-rigged-ship in active service. She was built in Kristiansand, Norway in 1927. How can you experience, learn and challenged yourself aboard the Sørlandet? The Sørlandet is a unique platform for adventures. 1000 tons of sailing ship needs to be moved by wind and muscle power. In this way, we sail the world's oceans with minimal Carbon emissions. Outdated technology some may say, others think it is the way to the future. What do you think? Challenge yourself When you work at the tip of a yard, 35 meters above the ocean and the ship roles at 45 degrees to the sea, what do you think your speed is? Do you take the challenge? How do you think the adrenalin affects your ability to make decisions? 5000 meters of rope end in 300 coils on deck. Each has a specific purpose. Can you learn them all? "Know your ropes". "Learning the ropes", are expressions used daily, do you know their meaning? We can sum up an expedition cruise with the Sørlandet as: In, with, against and with the help of: Mechanics, Physics, Aerodynamics, Hydrodynamics, Oceanography, Metrology, Geography, Navigation, Cooperation, Insight, Experience, Culture and Traditions combined with the joy of a diverse marine life give us interesting studies, challenges and memorable experiences. Find out more on: www.sorlandet.org
Views: 210507 Fullriggeren Sørlandet
Dragon Harald Fairhair. The construction of a Viking Dragon Ship
 
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Dragon ships were large longships that had carved heads of dragons and other magical beings mounted on their bow. This video shows some glances from the construction of such a ship: Dragon Harald Fairhair. We are using the best of the old Norwegian clinker-building tradition and combining this with knowledge obtained from archaeological material, Norse literature etc. Our aim is to recreate a ship with superb seaworthiness - as described in the Old Norse sagas.
Views: 190314 DragonFairhair
Our Traditional Small Wooden Boats
 
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Northwest School of Wooden Boatbuilding: Graduates of the Traditional Small Craft diploma and degree programs join teams of boatwrights at an entry level, building vessels such as offshore cruisers, motoryachts, workboats and replica craft of many types. Small Craft graduates also find entry level employment in maritime museums, historical societies, schools, and non-profit organizations that build, maintain and operate traditional small craft. Completion of the 12-month AOS degree in Traditional Small Craft with the addition of 400 level courses will prepare you for intermediate to advanced level employment. Repair and restoration skills are sought after by boatyards and interior joinery skills apply to vessels of any size or hull material.
Views: 9191 NWBOATSCHOOL
Instruction : How to set the wooden model boat up # No3
 
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Dear friend , we manufacture wooden handicraft products as a Quality Wooden Ship Model Builder. You can easily find our model boats from Historical Ships, Classic-Modern Speed Boats, Yachts, Ocean Liners, Fishing Boats, Canoes, Battle Ships, etc. All of our models are handcrafted from hard wood with planks on frame construction. Some of the models are natural wood finished. All models are ready for display and not in kit form. Each model comes with a base, a brass nameplate, and each is well packed in the carton for secured shipping worldwide. We also build display cases with plexiglass to preserve the models from dust. During the past few years, our models have been exported to over 15 countries in the world. We are now actively looking for more distributors and wholesalers to distribute our products. Please feel free to contact us for further information. Thank you very much for your visiting and we are looking forward to doing business with your company. With all the best, Dai Phu Giao CO , LTD Email : thanhleluong@yahoo.com Ebay ID : le_vietnam Website : http://handicraftships.com/
Views: 404 thanhhaboat
The Madagascar Plan - Words of  the World
 
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Before the Holocaust, plans were drawn up to ship European Jews to the African island of Madagascar. More words, culture and history at http://www.wordsoftheworld.co.uk/
Views: 28265 wordsoftheworld
Wooden Boat Society [Boat Builders] - Senior Living
 
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The Cowichan Valley Wooden Boat Society (or Cowichan Maritime Centre) began in the 70's as a boat building school. It has since evolved into a museum that not only contains maritime historical artifacts for public viewing, but offers workshops and classes on wooden boat building, as well as hosting a "marine way" which caters to the hauling and cleaning of wooden boats. A number of local seniors play a vital role in the Centre's commitment to the restoration and repair of wooden marine craft, and preservation of history and the heritage of B.C.'s maritime past. To market your product or service, please contact sales@seniorlivingmag.com. Senior Living offers print and web advertising options. Or visit our website http://www.seniorlivingmag.com
Oral History Video: George Luzier on the craft of building beautiful wooden boats
 
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George Luzier was born in Sarasota in 1924. Growing up during the Depression years instilled in George a build-it-yourself mentality. At age 11 he had already built his first wooden sailboat, and throughout his teenage years he would build many more. When WWII came along George enlisted as a Merchant Marine, where he would earn his Captain's license. After the war was over, George returned to Sarasota, met his future wife Carolyn, and built his own house out of pecky cypress. After a few years captaining large freighters, George decided to start a company with his brother Homer building wooden boats in Sarasota. George, throughout the course of his career, has built hundreds of beautifully crafted wooden sailboats and motorboats, earning a reputation as one of the best wooden boat builders around. At 86 years old, George is still at it, building boats five days a week and sailing with his wife Carolyn whenever he gets the chance. To read the full-length transcript of this interview, conducted by New College of Florida student Casey Schelhorn, visit the Sarasota Water Atlas at http://www.sarasota.wateratlas.usf.edu/
Views: 1384 WaterAtlas
The History of Chris-Craft
 
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A video summary of the last 140 years building boats.
Views: 98631 ChrisCraftBoats
Naval Action - Early Access - Getting started in the Open world
 
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Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=taffinexile1 Please follow and Subscribe, find me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Taff_in_Exile Twitch: http://www.twitch.tv/taff_in_exile Website: http://taff04.wix.com/taffinexile Mods:http://taff04.wix.com/taffinexile#!taff-s-mods/p3av8. Naval action - open world multiplayer sandbox Naval Action is an exciting, realistic, and beautifully detailed naval combat game immersing players into the experience of the most beautiful period of naval history - when sailing ships ruled the seas. Features: Exciting bugs – Because its still alpha we have an interesting selection of annoying, strange, and sometimes wonderful bugs. We are squashing them one by one, but it's Caribbean - they will keep coming for quite some time. Enormous open world – Large open world, recreated based on 18th Century maps, historical harbors, positions, and town names. We do not believe in the various modern hand-holding markers, thus player position is not shown on the map: you will have to navigate yourself using compass, sun or landmarks. PS. battles are instanced to allow extremely complex sailing and fighting calculations for 50 ship battles. Freedom – Build ships, trade, sink enemies of your nation. You can attack anyone almost everywhere. Remember that every action could have consequences. So don't attack everyone - or you will become a pirate. Conquer almost every port in the Caribbean, but remember! other adventurous captains will try to ruin your plans. Beautiful ships – Accurate hull models, sail plans, guns, internal upgrades, historical speed, turning and heel performance. Ships from small cutters to large 100+ gun 1st rates will allow the player to experience every possible role of the Age of Sail period. Realistic sailing – Advanced wind and physics model provides for realistic portrayal of ship’s performance in the age of sail. Yard angles, ship angle to wind, fittings and ship condition affects speeds and turning rates. Correct tacking, boxhauling, clubhauling and other elements of the age of sail sailing are possible. Hidden ship characteristics will allow to gradually uncover potential of the vessel – every ship in game will be unique. Historical gunnery - Realistic ballistics and cannon performance of the period. Every cannonball is tracked in the air and after it hits the target. One shot can hit the stern, damage the rudder, then hit the cannon carriage, injure crew, ricochet from the floor and hit the opposite side. Listing and wind affects the shooting distance and will require change of tactics. Weapons - All major types of naval artillery are implemented: from long guns to carronades. Fort and land batteries will provide support during port battles. Mortars are coming soon. Damage model - Leaks, structural damage, torn sails, demasting, raking, fires and all other hazards that were possible in that era. Damage is positional: hit the gun and you might destroy it. Gunnery crews are placed deck by deck. Shot can pass through the balcony, ricochet of the gun, hit a crew member and then fly out of the gunport splashing into the water. Armor thickness and wood type is implemented and at extreme angles cannonballs will ricochet from the hulls. Community driven development - Players actively participate in development and many elements of the game have already been implemented based on the player feedback. Content is immediately given out to players for testing and improvement. Share your thoughts in comments or on the forums.
Views: 12996 Taff in Exile
NY40 MARILEE: Restoration of a Herreshoff Classic
 
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The 1926 Nathanael Herreshoff-designed NY40 MARILEE recently underwent a complete restoration by French & Webb in Belfast, Maine. This two-year-plus restoration was tremendously successful due to the collaborative effort of many artisans, engineers, curators and crew whose passion and commitment to the project were beyond compare. This was not your ‘typical’ restoration of a wooden classic. Modern innovations and engineering were combined with meticulous and artistic craftsmanship. With access to the original Herreshoff Manufacturing Company’s building plans and documents archived at MIT’s Hart Nautical Collections, this restoration turned out to be an amazing yacht with an equally amazing story. This film has been made available to the public by the current custodian of MARILEE, with the purpose of sharing the amazing story of a piece of American history and the genius of the yacht designer, Nathanael Herreshoff. Historical photos courtesy of: Hart Nautical Collections at the MIT Museum; Mystic Seaport Museum, Rosenfeld Collection; Leslie Jones Collection at the Boston Public Library; Herreshoff Museum Museum; Mariners' Museum of Newport News; Bedford Whaling Museum; Library of Congress Copyright 2018 ©NY40 MARILEE RACING LLC Copyright 2018 ©ALISON LANGLEY FILMS Copyright 2018 ©ALISON LANGLEY PHOTOGRAPHY
Views: 3174 Alison Langley Films
Miyajima Wood Crafts - The Biggest Wooden Rice Scoop - Elegant Woodwork Souvenirs for Pilgrims
 
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Miyajima Wood Crafts -The Biggest Wooden Rice Scoop - Elegant Woodwork Souvenirs for Pilgrims ► Where to Buy & More Information Miyajima Zaiku cooperative association Address: 〒739-0588 1165-9, Miyajima Town, Hatsukaichi City, Hiroshima Prefecture Miyajima Kyoto Museum of Traditional Industry TEL: 0829-44-1758 FAX: 0829-44-1758 E-mail: info@miyajimazaiku.com Website: http://www.miyajimazaiku.com/english/ Miyajima Zaiku is a traditional craft of Miyajima has the history for 200 years. There three types of Miyajima Zaiku: Miyajima- Shakushi (Rice Scoop), Miyajima-Rokuro Zaiku (Turnery) and Miyajima-bori (Wood Carving). More prosaically, Hatsukaichi City is also a collection and distribution center of timber, making it easy to procure quality materials and a good location for a local woodworking industry. The Miyajima Museum of History and Folklore aims to illustrate the history of Miyajima, both in its larger historical context and in the commonplace details of Miyajima residents' daily lives. Works of art and artifacts relating to the Miyajima Zaiku of island's shrine and its ceremonies are put on display alongside common tools used by local inhabitants in their day to day lives. ► Some materials are used here: (I have contacted them before uploading this video): https://www.youtube.com/user/HiroshimaMovie ► Their website: http://www.miyajimazaiku.com/english/ Thanks for watching...Don't Forget to like, comment, share and subscribe! ► All things you need for learning Joinery: https://goo.gl/ssQw4R ► Subscribe to my channel: https://goo.gl/QSNyZs -----------------------------------------★★★★★------------------------------------- We are an organization from Japan that like to preserve and promote the beauty of these traditional products. We do NOT own all the materials as well as footages used in this video. Please contact to reaction129149@gmail.com or fujiwara129149@tottori.jp, for copyright matters. ご検討の程、よろしくお願いいたします。
Concrete Boat (1962)
 
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Wroxham, Norfolk. M/S of a young man carrying a bucket of cement taken from a mixer. High angle L/S of the hull of a half-made concrete cruiser with several men working on it. The hull is being built inside Windboats Ltd. yard. Low angle shot of the man taking the bucket of cement up a ladder resting on the side of the boat. High angle shot of another man laying cement ("a special formula called seacrete") inside the boat. Concrete boat building has been around since the First World War, thanks to a steel shortage, the method has since been perfected by "exhaustive laboratory research". C/U of the man's hands applying the cement with a trowel. Low angle shot of two men working on the boat. Closer shot of the two men at work. High angle shot of the entire boat and all the men at work. M/S of a man placing sections of wood into the bottom of the boat. M/S of another man working on the boat. C/U of a water cock inside the bottom of the boat. C/U of two metal brackets inside the boat. M/S of a man sitting in the base of the boat attaching a section of wood to the metal brackets - concrete boats are "as strong as steel (although much lighter)". M/S of a man sanding the bow of the boat. L/S of the almost completed boat - the men are working on the wooden cabins and deck. Low angle shot of a piece of wood being passed onto the boat. M/S of a man planing a part of the cabin. M/S of an older man making adjustments on a gate on the side of the boat. C/U of a varnished rail, tilt down to a porthole. Exterior. M/S of the bow of the concrete boat ploughing through water. M/S of the concrete boat gliding along on the Norfolk Broads. FILM ID:175.07 A VIDEO FROM BRITISH PATHÉ. EXPLORE OUR ONLINE CHANNEL, BRITISH PATHÉ TV. IT'S FULL OF GREAT DOCUMENTARIES, FASCINATING INTERVIEWS, AND CLASSIC MOVIES. http://www.britishpathe.tv/ FOR LICENSING ENQUIRIES VISIT http://www.britishpathe.com/ British Pathé also represents the Reuters historical collection, which includes more than 120,000 items from the news agencies Gaumont Graphic (1910-1932), Empire News Bulletin (1926-1930), British Paramount (1931-1957), and Gaumont British (1934-1959), as well as Visnews content from 1957 to the end of 1979. All footage can be viewed on the British Pathé website. https://www.britishpathe.com/
Views: 42645 British Pathé
The Last Story of the Great Ships - Cruising History
 
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English Captions Available!!! Cunard Line: Cunard Line is an Anglo-American cruise line line based at Carnival House at Southampton, England, worked via Carnival UK and possessed via Carnival Corporation and plc. It has been a main administrator of traveler ships on the North Atlantic, celebrating 175 years of operation in 2015. In 1839 Samuel Cunard, a Nova Scotian shipowner, was granted the primary British transoceanic steamship mail contract, and the following year shaped the British and North American Royal Mail Steam-Packet Company together with Robert Napier, the popular Scottish steamship motor fashioner and developer, to work the line's four pioneer paddle steamers on the Liverpool–Halifax–Boston course. For the vast majority of the following 30 years, Cunard held the Blue Riband for the speediest Atlantic voyage. Be that as it may, in the 1870s Cunard fell behind its opponents, the White Star Line and the Inman Line. To meet this opposition, in 1879 the firm was rearranged as the Cunard Steamship Company, Ltd, to raise capital. SS United States: SS United States is an luxury traveler liner worked in 1952 for United States Lines. It was planned by American maritime modeler William Francis Gibbs to catch the trans-Atlantic speed record. Worked at a cost of $79.4 million ($733 million in today's dollars) the ship is the biggest sea liner developed completely in the US and the quickest sea liner to cross the Atlantic in either course. Indeed, even in her retirement, she holds the Blue Riband, the award given to the traveler liner crossing the Atlantic Ocean in customary administration with the most noteworthy speed. Her development was sponsored by the US government, since she was intended to permit change to a troopship ought to the need emerge. Joined States worked continuous in transoceanic traveler benefit until 1969. Since 1996 she has been docked at Pier 82 on the Delaware River in Philadelphia. --- Cruise Ships Info Youtube channel: youtube.com/cruiseshipsinfo Cruise Ships Info Facebook Page: facebook.com/cruiseshipsinfo Cruise Ships Info Twitter Page: twitter.com/cruiseship_info Cruise Ships Info Pinterest Page: pinterest.com/cruiseshipinfo
Views: 68803 Cruise Ships Info
Building a Viking Ship
 
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Created for the Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of Natural History for the "Vikings: The North Atlantic Saga" exhibit on the occasion of the millennial anniversary of the Viking landings in the New World at L'Anse aux Meadows in Newfoundland. Animation by S2N Media, Inc. Music for this YouTube video by Jason Shaw at Audionautix.com.
Views: 87168 S2NMedia
VIKING BOAT LAUNCH - FALMOUTH HARBOUR - UK 2015. Nooka - ArtAlienTV
 
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Viking boat launch Falmouth Harbour, Cornwall UK ,18th April 2015 - Built over 4 years by master boat builder Tom White, this stunning 16 foot boat was lifted off the trailer by some of Toms friends/family, including a couple of Royal Navy guys. There was a gale force wind on the day but the launch went without a hitch on the slipway by the Water-sports bar by the Falmouth Maritime Museum. A crowd of 60 or so onlookers, friends and tourists stopped by, snapping wildly with all manner of mobile devices as the mast and rigging were put in place. The boat was launched stern first as the tide came up to it with help from older brother Dan White (in the white hat). After some final preparations it was then rowed on it's maiden voyage to it's new mooring place. Tom was awarded a replica Viking sword from the Sealed Knot Society at the champagne reception. Tom dedicated the launch to Brian Cumby - Toms mentor and historical shipwright, who sadly passed away in March this 2015. A fine day was had by all. The boat itself was designed after the Gokstad ship at the Oslo Viking museum in Norway. With a stunning bow design and clinker built construction. Toms boat "Nooka" was made from plywood and epoxi resin with a larch wood retractable keel and and gaff rig. QUOTE:+ “I put pen to paper, did all the plans and drawings by hand, and things got out of control. “Then all of a sudden I had this big pile of wood and a set of plans and it's taken four years to get to this stage. READ MORE HERE: http://www.falmouthpacket.co.uk/news/cornwall_news/12877698.Viking_boat_was_four_year_labour_of_love_for_Penryn_man/?ref=rss http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gokstad_ship IMAGE CREDITS - Intro section from "The Vikings" movie 1958. MUSIC - CARTHAGE - Soundisciples - See more here: http://lovegunrecords.bandcamp.com/album/burn-it-down-2014
Views: 7229 ArtAlienTV - MARS ZOO
Premier Ship Models - Restoration - Model Kits - Bespoke Display Cases
 
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Produced by; http://www.bulletpointmedia.co.uk/
Views: 1083 Stephen Rhodes
Naval Action - Early Access - Capturing a Prize Brig!
 
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Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=taffinexile1 Please follow and Subscribe, find me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Taff_in_Exile Twitch: http://www.twitch.tv/taff_in_exile Website: http://taff04.wix.com/taffinexile Mods:http://taff04.wix.com/taffinexile#!taff-s-mods/p3av8. Naval action - open world multiplayer sandbox Naval Action is an exciting, realistic, and beautifully detailed naval combat game immersing players into the experience of the most beautiful period of naval history - when sailing ships ruled the seas. Features: Exciting bugs – Because its still alpha we have an interesting selection of annoying, strange, and sometimes wonderful bugs. We are squashing them one by one, but it's Caribbean - they will keep coming for quite some time. Enormous open world – Large open world, recreated based on 18th Century maps, historical harbors, positions, and town names. We do not believe in the various modern hand-holding markers, thus player position is not shown on the map: you will have to navigate yourself using compass, sun or landmarks. PS. battles are instanced to allow extremely complex sailing and fighting calculations for 50 ship battles. Freedom – Build ships, trade, sink enemies of your nation. You can attack anyone almost everywhere. Remember that every action could have consequences. So don't attack everyone - or you will become a pirate. Conquer almost every port in the Caribbean, but remember! other adventurous captains will try to ruin your plans. Beautiful ships – Accurate hull models, sail plans, guns, internal upgrades, historical speed, turning and heel performance. Ships from small cutters to large 100+ gun 1st rates will allow the player to experience every possible role of the Age of Sail period. Realistic sailing – Advanced wind and physics model provides for realistic portrayal of ship’s performance in the age of sail. Yard angles, ship angle to wind, fittings and ship condition affects speeds and turning rates. Correct tacking, boxhauling, clubhauling and other elements of the age of sail sailing are possible. Hidden ship characteristics will allow to gradually uncover potential of the vessel – every ship in game will be unique. Historical gunnery - Realistic ballistics and cannon performance of the period. Every cannonball is tracked in the air and after it hits the target. One shot can hit the stern, damage the rudder, then hit the cannon carriage, injure crew, ricochet from the floor and hit the opposite side. Listing and wind affects the shooting distance and will require change of tactics. Weapons - All major types of naval artillery are implemented: from long guns to carronades. Fort and land batteries will provide support during port battles. Mortars are coming soon. Damage model - Leaks, structural damage, torn sails, demasting, raking, fires and all other hazards that were possible in that era. Damage is positional: hit the gun and you might destroy it. Gunnery crews are placed deck by deck. Shot can pass through the balcony, ricochet of the gun, hit a crew member and then fly out of the gunport splashing into the water. Armor thickness and wood type is implemented and at extreme angles cannonballs will ricochet from the hulls. Community driven development - Players actively participate in development and many elements of the game have already been implemented based on the player feedback. Content is immediately given out to players for testing and improvement. Share your thoughts in comments or on the forums.
Views: 3210 Taff in Exile
WORKING wooden boat locks!  (WnW #142)
 
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Kingston Mills - Ontario, Canada, The Rideau waterway ⇊ Click “Show More” for Stuff you probably want to know! ⇊ In late August of 2018, my wife and I were passing through Kingston, Ontario, Canada and stopped for a picnic lunch at the Kingston Mills, just outside of town. These are actual working boat locks, using WOODEN lock gates, They're operated manually by a group of people, and they're actually used by (small) boats. It's wide open to the public -- you can explore all over the locks and along the canal, and talk to the staff who are running things. I think these are beautiful and fascinating and so I shot some clips and am sharing them here. ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- --------- Normally I put some affiliate links here, but I shot this entire sequence on my Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 8" tablet. If it's the only camera you have, then it's the right one for the job! Still, if you'd like to support my channel, please read the next section! ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- Many more woodworking projects: http://www.wordsnwood.com PLEASE SUPPORT MY CHANNEL The best way that you can help support what I do is to buy one of my woodworking plan packages. Details here: http://wordsnwood.com/plans/ Follow me on Social Media: https://www.instagram.com/words.n.wood https://www.facebook.com/wordsnwood ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- Thank-you!
Hydroplane Racing Also In Cp 001 Int'l (1955)
 
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Gosfield Lake, Essex. High angle shots of two of the racers putting on their crash helmets. Pan down from one of the men to show the name of his boats "Whoops" (I think the other is "Lazybones"). High angle shot of another man who smokes a pipe - pan down to his boat "Akela" or "Ake". M/S of three boats in the water - one is called "Clipper". Panning shot following a hydroplane boat racing across a lake. Two other boats follow him. Moving shot of the hydroplane racers - various shots. One of the boats is called "Whoops". It is the Essex Hydroplane Racing Club in action. C/U of a man watching through binoculars and various shots of the boats (one point of view shot taken from on board one of the boats). Narrator tells audience about the boats - how much they cost, how much petrol they use etc. over shots of the race. C/U of man in a control box jotting down times. Some of the enthusiasts are former motor racing drivers - they have split-second judgement. M/S of man standing with a chequered flag. Low angle shot of a large timing clock. Man waves the flag and the boats move past. Paperwork lists drivers as Ken Aldridge (Lazybones), Claud Mayers (Tiger), Harry Place (Clipper) and Sgt "Chuck" Church (Whoops). Note: this item also appeared in CP 001. This version may be longer - the shots are certainly in a different order and the commentary slightly different but it is essentially the same story. See separate explanation record for CP 001: 'International Pictorials'. FILM ID:37.09 A VIDEO FROM BRITISH PATHÉ. EXPLORE OUR ONLINE CHANNEL, BRITISH PATHÉ TV. IT'S FULL OF GREAT DOCUMENTARIES, FASCINATING INTERVIEWS, AND CLASSIC MOVIES. http://www.britishpathe.tv/ FOR LICENSING ENQUIRIES VISIT http://www.britishpathe.com/ British Pathé also represents the Reuters historical collection, which includes more than 120,000 items from the news agencies Gaumont Graphic (1910-1932), Empire News Bulletin (1926-1930), British Paramount (1931-1957), and Gaumont British (1934-1959), as well as Visnews content from 1957 to the end of 1979. All footage can be viewed on the British Pathé website. https://www.britishpathe.com/
Views: 6141 British Pathé
Let's Stream Naval Action (Let's Play | Gameplay): Day 3 - Part 5
 
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Hello Everyone, I have been following this game for awhile now and I'm glad that it came out on Steam Early Access. This game plays very similar to some of my favourite pirate games, Sea Dogs and Pirates of the Caribbean which are both made by Akella. This game is basically if Sea Dogs was an MMO. These videos are taken from my livestream. Thanks for watching! :D You guys know what to do if you like the video! Click the link below to subscribe to the channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=MacGhriogair //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// Music: Ross Bugden https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQKGLOK2FqmVgVwYferltKQ ////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// This game was developed using the Unity Engine. You can read up some interesting stuff about the game's development on Unity's Website. https://unity3d.com/showcase/case-stories/naval-action ////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// Developer/Publisher: Game-Labs Game's Website: http://www.navalaction.com ////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// About Naval Action: "Naval action - open world multiplayer sandbox Naval Action is an exciting, realistic, and beautifully detailed naval combat game immersing players into the experience of the most beautiful period of naval history - when sailing ships ruled the seas. Features: Exciting bugs – Because its still alpha we have an interesting selection of annoying, strange, and sometimes wonderful bugs. We are squashing them one by one, but it's Caribbean - they will keep coming for quite some time. Enormous open world – Large open world, recreated based on 18th Century maps, historical harbors, positions, and town names. We do not believe in the various modern hand-holding markers, thus player position is not shown on the map: you will have to navigate yourself using compass, sun or landmarks. PS. battles are instanced to allow extremely complex sailing and fighting calculations for 50 ship battles. Freedom – Build ships, trade, sink enemies of your nation. You can attack anyone almost everywhere. Remember that every action could have consequences. So don't attack everyone - or you will become a pirate. Conquer almost every port in the Caribbean, but remember! other adventurous captains will try to ruin your plans. Beautiful ships – Accurate hull models, sail plans, guns, internal upgrades, historical speed, turning and heel performance. Ships from small cutters to large 100+ gun 1st rates will allow the player to experience every possible role of the Age of Sail period. Realistic sailing – Advanced wind and physics model provides for realistic portrayal of ship’s performance in the age of sail. Yard angles, ship angle to wind, fittings and ship condition affects speeds and turning rates. Correct tacking, boxhauling, clubhauling and other elements of the age of sail sailing are possible. Hidden ship characteristics will allow to gradually uncover potential of the vessel – every ship in game will be unique. Historical gunnery - Realistic ballistics and cannon performance of the period. Every cannonball is tracked in the air and after it hits the target. One shot can hit the stern, damage the rudder, then hit the cannon carriage, injure crew, ricochet from the floor and hit the opposite side. Listing and wind affects the shooting distance and will require change of tactics. Weapons - All major types of naval artillery are implemented: from long guns to carronades. Fort and land batteries will provide support during port battles. Mortars are coming soon. Damage model - Leaks, structural damage, torn sails, demasting, raking, fires and all other hazards that were possible in that era. Damage is positional: hit the gun and you might destroy it. Gunnery crews are placed deck by deck. Shot can pass through the balcony, ricochet of the gun, hit a crew member and then fly out of the gunport splashing into the water. Armor thickness and wood type is implemented and at extreme angles cannonballs will ricochet from the hulls. Community driven development - Players actively participate in development and many elements of the game have already been implemented based on the player feedback. Content is immediately given out to players for testing and improvement. Share your thoughts in comments or on the forums." Steam Link: http://store.steampowered.com/app/311310/ ////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// My Links: Website: http://www.MacGhriogair.com/ Steam Community: http://steamcommunity.com/groups/MacGhriogair Twitter: https://twitter.com/_MacGhriogair_ Twitch: http://www.twitch.tv/macghriogair Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/MacGhriogair/1383506375203211 Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/101286020787472816739 Reddit: http://www.reddit.com/r/MacGhriogair/
Views: 134 MacGhriogair
Boat building class at Johnson County Museum
 
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Learn how to build a fully functional wood rowboat using only hand tools at the Johnson County Museum, Saturdays from 9 to noon, June 16th through July 21st. Instructor Doug Jones welcomes any adult to join the class, from novice builder to expert. Cost is $60 per person. Enrollment is limited, and ends June 1st, 2012. Contact the museum at 317-346-4500 for more information and to join the fun! Still images courtesy flickr.com/photos/bellaeatsbooks/. Music from jewelbeat.com.
Views: 390 JoCoMuseumIN