Ogden, the supercargo, who was at the bowsprit
, called to the men nearest to the bodies, to fasten them to the wreck; as a last horrible resource in case of being driven to extremity by famine!
5, that pioneered canting keels, rotating masts and bowsprits
, plus much more, and who have just completed the Mini Fastnet.
They headed north mainly aboard vintage sailing ships, boasting brave bowsprits
and shuddering shrouds.
Many of these wrecks have decks, masts, and bowsprits
still standing and barrels full of cargo between the decks.
Even more observers are shown occupying every other conceivable vantage point, from the masts and bowsprits
of the ships at the left to the roof of the White Tower itself.
support metal flags, crossed with diagonal bands of gold, that pivot in the breeze.
Alongside the moths on the Ship Procession painting occur the star or rosette emblems attached to the bowsprits
of each vessel in the procession.
The sail plan incorporates bowsprits
on all boats which increases the fore triangle space, allowing a Code 0.
IRC rates measured data such as a boat's weight, length, draft, rig and sail area, as well as special features like water ballast, canting keels and bowsprits
, to allow a wide range of keelboats to compete on a level playing field.
also give the flexibility of good angles to fly an asymmetric combined with the ease of handling in marinas.
J/100, J/105, J/109, J/ni, J/133, J/33 and the lifting keel J/95 and J/108, all with retractable carbon bowsprits
and asymmetric spinnakers.
New approaches such as asymmetric spinnakers on bowsprits
feature on his latest passion, the Argentinian-designed and built Soto 40 one-design racing yacht.