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Out now – Ben Crawshaw’s book about cruising the Mediterranean in a craft made using free boat plans
Latest posts at intheboatshed.net
- Jimmy Lawrence talks about being a 15-year old mate on a sailing barge during WW2
- Philippines fishermen find a way…
- A magic lantern slide of the sailing barge Charles Hutton
- The Last Baidarka
- 1972 film of the Edith May
- Major Turner exhibition at the National Maritime Museum, Greenwhich opens tomorrow
- Medway Queen back home in the Medway
- Crossley Engines film ‘London River’
- Short Jacket and White Trousers – and a singing workshop for folks in Kent and surrounding areas
- HJ Mears boat builders, Devon
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The big move is done. Expect a return of the usual service!
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- David Asprey on Medway Queen back home in the Medway
- JIM SAVILLE on The sea poems of Cicely Fox Smith
- Chris J Brady on A magic lantern slide of the sailing barge Charles Hutton
- Paul Mullings on A magic lantern slide of the sailing barge Charles Hutton
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Category Archives: Sailing cruisers
The first episode of TV veteran David Dimbleby’s BBC programme in which he appears to sail around the coast of the UK in his own boat, aired last night. What’s it like? I’ve only seen half of the first episode so … Continue reading
Filming, blogging, talking and entertaining small boat cruiser Dylan Winter has had a remarkable few weeks. He’s arrived in Edinburgh on his Keep Turning Left UK circumnavigation jaunt, and as usual he’s hatching plans for the next leg of his … Continue reading
There was a time when sailing appeared on prime-time TV, or something close to it, and here’s the proof – a trailer for a 1963 film made by blue-water sailing husband and wife team Susan and Eric Hiscock. It’s available … Continue reading