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.

Uploading?

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".

441 photo(s) Updated on: 22 Apr 2017
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  • First time raising the sail on Windrush in the boat park at Totnes Boating Association.
  • Badger
  • Footprints peacefully at anchor in Shag Cove, Coromandel Peninsula, NZ after a hard day of sailing.
  • DragonFly's Mast lowering rig
  • DragonFly's High Power Rig.
  • DragonFly
  • First night on the hook since 2002.
  • Sui in the Bristol Channel
  • Model of proposed rig for Sea Elf
  • Lexia's mainsail - 3
  • Lexia's mainsail - 2.
  • Lexia's sail 1.
  • needing some work on the dagger board box was leaking fitted a stainless steel lining to stop the leak
  • beautiful shaped stern burmese teak
  • sunfung on the river NENE 2008 first time on the water for 40 years now i need the sails up
  • Easy Go at anchor in Princes Inlet, near Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, Canada
  • Brunk beached
  • Brunk rigged and ready
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       " ...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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