Category Archives: Boating, boats, ships and the sea

We want to hear your story too!

Cutty Sark figurehead Don Street and Liza Copeland Small gaffer Petrel makes for home

Zulu Springwell Harrison Butler Z4 for sale in Dumbarton Paddling a Canadian canoe

Do you have a link, a topic or a project, a service or a query you would like us to put up a post about?

Are you an owner, a designer, a boatbuilder or restorer?

Do you have an interesting boat for sale? (Including brokers at no cost.)

If so, we’d love to hear your story. What you send can be long or short, we don’t care, so long as it’s likely to be of interest to readers of intheboatshed.net. And of course we just love photos!

Please send your suggestions to us at gmatkin@gmail.com.

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Photos of the Chesapeake three-sail bateau Jolly Dolphin

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Chesapeake three sail bateau Jolly Dolphin

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Jolly Dolphin

Jack Zuraw noticed the news item about his handsome Chesapeake three-sail bateau named Jolly Dolphin in a recent post here at intheboatshed.net, and kindly sent us these photos. Thanks Jack!

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Snapshots – you CAN turn them off

This weblog includes a tool called Snap Shots – it’s the gizmo that opens little bubbles showing a preview of any link you might be thinking of going to. I like it because it shows me whether a particular link is likely to be of interest.

It’s quite easy to get rid of any unwanted bubble by clicking off the bubble’s area, but I do understand that the bubbles can irritate some people. If you’re one of them, please click the Options icon in the upper right corner of the Snap Shot bubble and opt-out for good!

PS – As of the 10th January 2008, I’ve turned them off, initially as an experiment. Let’s see how many people complain now that they’ve gone!