11. Demolishing the Deck / Reasons to Rebuild

In this video I talk about why I am rebuilding this boat, considering that it would probably be easier to build a new one. I also get some help to take off all the deck planks and demolish the deck beams, and I consider the next stages of work.

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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.


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Rebuilding Tally Ho E11 – Demolishing the Deck / Reasons to Rebuild

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  14. Three things a man must have done in his life:
    – To father a child,
    – Plant a tree.
    – Build a house for his loved ones and themselves.
    Should not work with the house, he should buy an old wooden sailboat and renovate it, so it comes back where it belongs!
    I can not imagine anything more romantic than renovating a wooden sailboat and sailing with it afterwards. Amen.

    I completely agree with Leo.

    Thomas Frautschi with the Spitzgatter Project “Ægir”