The crew at leisure.
Tim keeps lookout.
No gear adrift here. A place for everything, and everything in it's place.
Deadeyes are means by which the stays holding the mast upright are tensioned.
Tim is still on lookout.
SULTANA is steered by a means of a gun tackle rig attached to her tiller.
The first mate makes it look easy.
Meanwhile, back at the helm.
The ship's bell is still used to mark the passing of e
The base of the mast.
A deck shot.
Greg helps Tim keep lookout.
A shot of the port bow.
Tim has apparently convinced Carl that it's fun to be a lookout.
Instead of hammocks, the crew sleeps in little berths with sliding doors.
An onboard lamp.
Who knows what's in the box?
The master's cabin.
View from the port quarter light.
The master's desk.
Tim looks for some new adventure.
Captain Jamie Trost
It looks easy, but in fact SULTANA is really a bear to steer. These lines
get very hard to pull when then is a good sea running.
I'm sure colonial sailors wished they had Pepsi available to them.
The galley table.