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I’m on a mission to rebuild a 107-year old English sailing yacht called Tally Ho. Designed by Albert Strange in 1909, she is a well-known and important historic vessel – but after many adventures she was left in a remote port in Oregon to rot for decades, despite some valiant attempts to rescue her. I bought her and moved her to the Olympic Peninsular earlier this year, and am now starting to rebuild her from the keel up. Eventually I hope to sail her back to the UK.
If you would like to support the Tally Ho project, there are several ways you can do so.
By becoming a Patron; I have now set up a Patron account, where people can sign up to become an official Patron of the project and donate a set amount, large or small, every time a video is released. Become a Patron HERE.
By Sharing; It would really help if you could share and subscribe to my videos on Facebook and YouTube, and tell your friends and colleagues about the project. The wider an audience I can reach, the larger the chance that I can get funding and sponsorship, which will help me do a better job of rebuilding Tally Ho.
By purchasing or providing tools or materials from TALLY HO’S REBUILD “WISH LIST”.
By Donating; Alternatively, you can donate securely and directly via Paypal or Credit/Debit Card using the button below. All funds will go directly towards materials and general costs for restoring Tally Ho. Please include your contact details if you donate, so I can send my thanks and let you know exactly where your money will be going!
Volunteering; At this point I have had many kind offers of manual help, and am working them into the rebuild schedule as well as I can. I am not looking for any more volunteers right now – Thank you, and please check back on this page periodically if you are interested in lending a hand.
Contact; If you have some other service or some materials that you would like to offer, please do get in touch with me, but also please be aware that I receive a lot of emails. I do try and get back to everybody, but it does sometimes take a while, and inevitably I occasionally miss the odd email. If you haven’t heard back from me in a while, feel free to try again. Thanks! email@example.com
Many thanks for supporting the rebirth of an important historic vessel!
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