Black-sailed traders the keels and wherries of Norfolk and Suffolk. by Clark, Roy

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Published by David & Charles in Newton Abbott .

Written in English

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Includes bibliography.

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Pagination264 p. :
Number of Pages264
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Open LibraryOL19522286M

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Black-Sailed Traders: The 5/5(4). Black Sailed Traders book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.5/5. Black Sailed Traders. This photo of loading logs on to Albion from the Whitlingham Estate should have been added to that wonderful Chapter in Black Sailed Traders, when Roy Clark (Starboard winch man) wrote about his journey as mate from Langley to Beccles during the winter with Jack Cates as skipper.

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Black Sailed Traders. Clark, Roy. Published by David & Charles () ISBN Black sailed traders: keels and wherries of Norfolk and Suffolk [Roy CLARK] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Black Sailed Traders By Roy Clark (Paperback) Roy Clark in command of tank landing craft, LCTlanded on the beach at Arromanches-les-Bains to discharge tanks and troops; he noticed in the dunes a yellow flower growing and said to himself “these grow in my native Norfolk and if I ever get out of this alive, I will do something for posterity” and that was the conception of the Norfolk.

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If you don't already have a copy of this definitive book in your collection, buy it now. It's been out of print for many years and is a thoroughly good and interesting read.

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Follows Captain Flint and his pirates twenty years prior to Robert Louis Stevenson's classic novel "Treasure Island."/10(88K). Roy's book The Black Sailed Trader, first published in has been called "the definitive book on the Norfolk Wherry." His son and daughter have now republished it, with all profits to go towards funding the continued maintenance of the year-old Wherry Albion.

The Norfolk wherry is a type of boat used on The Broads in Norfolk and Suffolk, main types were developed over its life, all featuring the distinctive gaff rig with a single, high-peaked sail and the mast stepped well forward.


2nd. Slightly better than very good condition in a slightly better than very good dustwrapper. Jack's answer is absolutely right - there are a lot of traditional and aesthetic reasons to have white sails.

Additionally, and perhaps more importantly, there is one functional reason to have white sails: Dacron.

The vast majority of cruising sai. Roy Clark (disambiguation) "Roy Clark" is composed of at least 2 distinct authors, divided by their works.

Ardea, Maud & Norada spring to mind. Eight wherries still afloat. Marshman is Mr Wherry so I stand to be corrected but I think that Maud & Albion are the only two wherries built for trading, the remainder were/are all built as pleasure wherries. Ardea is a teak built wherry but like Albion she is a Suffolk rather than a Norfolk wherry.

Treeve. If you can find a copy of 'Black sailed Traders by Roy Kemp there are plans of the Wherry 'Gleaner' which were typical.

The Wherry 'Albion' line plan is in Robert Malster's book. Wherries and Waterways. Cornish Fishing is connected to 'East Coast Fishing 'traditions. A collection of 11 titles on Broads boats, Hire Fleet Companies, Navigation etc, including Roy Clark: 'Black Sailed Traders',1st edition & Live Estimate 40 - 60 GBP.

Trading wherries have black sails – they are often known as Black Sailed Traders. Next there are the white-sailed pleasure wherries. These were made to pretty much the same dimensions as the trading wherries, but they were fitted out – largely in.

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Ny Giants Roy Clark Baseball Autograph, Died $ The second pleasure wherry (below) which accompanies the family clearly displays the name boards of Gladys, which Roy Clark lists as being a converted trader in his Black sailed Traders book. What is unusual about Gladys is that she has a counter stern, something you would be unlikely to find on a trading wherry, the fitting of which would have.

The Library has been divided into sections such as Parish Register Transcripts, Monumental Inscriptions, Family Trees & Pedigrees, Wills, and Village Information, all of which can be searched separately. Another of Di and Lydia’s sons, William, was living elsewhere in the village and was recorded as being a wherryman too.

The book ‘Black Sailed Traders”, written by Roy Clark, includes some interesting memories from William Thain in as he recalled his life working on the Broads. Wherry Yacht Charter, Norwich, Norfolk. likes 1 talking about this. Welcoming you on board the Norfolk Broads' last wherry fleet: Hathor, Olive, Norada, White Moth, Ardea.

Offering private 5/5(2). Black-sailed traders: the keels and wherries of Norfolk and Suffolk. London: Putnam. OCLC ^ a b Wherries: General History - Wherry Yacht Charter Charitable Trust ^ Pleasure Wherry Hathor - Wherry Yacht Charter Charitable Trust ^ Parts of a wherry - Wherry Yacht Charter Charitable Trust ^ Sailing a wherry - Wherry Yacht Charter.

Read Black-Sailed Traders and you’ll know how important a constant supply of good tea was to wherrymen. And finally look at the direction of the smoke – straight up. There wasn’t much wind around, so actually the tranquil setting belies a hard journey downriver for the two, or is it three, people on board.

BLACK-SAILED TRADERS. The Keels and Wherries of Norfolk and Suffolk. Newton Abbot. David & Charles, Hardback with original pictorial dust-wrapper. This book is extremely heavy and will incur extra postal charges.

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Black Sailed Traders was published in Roy's children, Rod and Linda, are planning to republish it later this year, with the profits going to the continued upkeep of Albion. Henry Gowman describes himself as "a proud skipper of Albion." After a career in the Royal Navy and the police.

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The book 'Black sailed Traders' shows the plans for Gleaner, a 57' wherry. Her peak is about 34', her luff about 26', her leech about 60' and her foot about 34'. The sail area is sq feet. You can always scale that to Albion's length which is 58'. Its worth begging, borrowing or steeling that book.

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The Norfolk wherry is a type of boat used on The Broads in Norfolk and Suffolk, England. Three main types were developed over its life, all featuring the distinctive gaff rig with a single, high-peaked sail and the mast stepped well forward. The lowest-priced, brand-new, unused, unopened, undamaged item in its original packaging (where packaging is applicable).

Packaging should be the same as what is found in a retail store, unless the item is handmade or was packaged by the manufacturer in 5/5(3). As related in “Black-Sailed Traders” by Roy Clark, the sail was black, “brushed over with a mixture of seal oil and tar, and finally with a coat of herring oil.

Very often to get rid of some of the stickiness, black lead powder is added.”.Black Sailed Traders By Roy Clark (Paperback) £ In His Own Words By Peter Mendham (Paperback) £ Suffolk Churches of Village and Countryside (Hardback) £ Historic England Norfolk By Pete Goodrum (Paperback) £ Mr Nobody Catherine Steadman (Hardback) RRP .

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