Photo Gallery

The pictures below are 'thumbnails' of photographs which have been uploaded by members to show their boat or details of her junk sail/s or rigging. The idea is to provide a quick way of seeing:

  • the huge range of boats (mono-hulls and multihulls) that can be built for or converted to junk, and
  • the variety of rigs, from single sail to schooner, flat-panelled to cambered

How to use

Where members gave their images captions, extracts appear below; roll over it to see the full text. Click an image to enlarge it, then use the 'Next' and 'Back' buttons to scroll. Images shuffle along as new ones are added.

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Please try to give each image a caption so we know whose boat it is, her name, model, length, type of rig and any further info, eg "... showing her downhaul system".

461 photo(s) Updated on: 14 Feb 2017
  • Safely tied up in her berth. Her home for the for the next few months
  • Mallie's interior looking towards the companionway. The galley is to starboard. The heads and chart table to port
  • The forecabin with double berth to port and Refleks diesel heater in the saloon which keeps the boat lovely and warm
  • The chart table and saloon port side
  • Part of the galley and saloon to starboard. Fridge is in the bottom right hand corner.
  • The galley looking aft showing Taylor's cooker and entrance to lazarette.
  • Sea Elf last fall, East River anchorage.
  • Sea Elf last fall, Mobjack Bay.
  • Sea Elf last fall, Mobjack Bay.
  • Sea Elf last fall with new poly-tarp sails....(note: Ignore the graphics....I'm using this as my wallpaper)
  • Maurice Poissonot's junk Mathilda in Porto Vecchio, Corsica
  • Slieve's 'Poppy' on a run.
  • Slieve's 'Poppy' reaching in rougher water
  • Kingfisher 26 "Antares", now "Sui" under new ownership. Arne-inspired sail home-built using Odyssey III fabric. The sail is shown hauled forward to improve helm balance downwind.
  • Pete Hill's 'Oryx' - tabernacle design
  • Pete Hill's 'Oryx' - tabernacle #1
  • Pete Hill's 'Oryx' - tabernacle 2
  • Pete Hill's 'Oryx' - starboard double berth
  • Pete Hill's 'Oryx' - self steering (windvane removed) and rudder with blade raised
  • Pete Hill's 'Oryx' - saloon
  • Pete Hill's 'Oryx' - port 'dressing room'
  • Pete Hill's 'Oryx' - port double berth
  • Pete Hill's 'Oryx' - port cabin
  • Pete Hill's 'Oryx' - port aft single bunk
  • Pete Hill's 'Oryx' - Pipsqueak solid fuel stove
  • Pete Hill's 'Oryx' - pantry starboard forward
  • Pete Hill's 'Oryx' - heads starboard aft
  • Pete Hill's 'Oryx' - galley to starboard
  • Pete Hill's 'Oryx' - forward part of the cockpit
  • Pete Hill's 'Oryx' - bubble over the saloon
  • Pete Hill's 'Oryx' - Nymph dinghy, solar panels on cuddy roof, and wind generator
  • Pete Hill's 'Oryx' - wing and wong
  • Pete Hill's 'Oryx' - sailing #1
  • Pete Hill's 'Oryx' - sailing #2
  • Pete Hill's 'Oryx' - sailing #3
  • Pete Hill's 'Oryx' - sailing #4
  • Pete Hill's 'Oryx' - sailing #5
  • Vincent Reddish's Kingfisher 22 'Shui Jen', now owned by Melanie and Gavin Crosby, sailing in the Alps, summer 2012.
  • 'Fantail' showing luff hauling parrel
  • Zebedee's new cambered sails
  • 'Amiina' trying a THP (Throat Hauling Parrel)
  • 'Amiina' downhauls adjusted
  • 'Amiina' showing upper downhauls
  • 'Amiina' downhaul detail 1
  • 'Amiina' downhaul detail 2
  • Both Flutterby's sails hoisted for the first time together. (perspective makes the mizzen look taller. It is not)
  • First hoist of the main "topsail." My top two panels are sewn together, and the bottom five are a split rig in two more pieces. Ran out of daylight before I could put up the rest.
  • View showing twist in second hoist of mizzen sail
  • Second hoist of Flutterby's mizzen sail, with some sort of sheet, Slieve's style spanned downhaul-parrels, hong kong parrels, and a temporary tack parrel and downhaul.
  • First hoist of Flutterby's mizzen sail, only the lazy jacks and a couple parrels rigged.
  • The revamped and relaunched 'Footprints'. New solid companionway dodger and mast now raked forward by 3 degrees. Yes, a new sail cover is one of the next jobs on the list.
  • Vanharouva
  • Vanharouva
  • Vanharouva
  • "Underway" thanks to GIMP
       " ...there is nothing - absolutely nothing - half so much worth doing as simply messing about in junk-rigged boats" 
                                                               - the Chinese Water Rat

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