Ilaut thole pin photos from Ben Crawshaw

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Thole pine from a Spanish Ilaut photographed by Ben Crawshaw

Thole pin photographed by Ben Crawshaw

A series of posts about the traditional Spanish ilaut have appeared at Ben Crawshaw’s weblog The Invisible Workshop over the past few days. Interestingly, they’re carvel built and rather like ship’s lifeboats in shape

I was particularly struck by one post about thole pins that might interest rowers in particular. Some appear not to have been used, while others are clearly very important to the boat’s owners, yet others show a characterful kind of neglect.

2 thoughts on “Ilaut thole pin photos from Ben Crawshaw”

  1. Thothee tholeth pinthsare the things that they uthe to thlip thonghs on, (flipth flopths to you I expecth).

    The pinths are jutht a necethethary acethethory.


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