Taulua - The Movie "All for a Horse"

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  1. ThomD
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    ThomD Senior Member

    Some may remember the interesting story of a couple who built a wood, tar, and paper catamaran in the UK and then sailed it to Mexico. It was quite a story, and at least until recently the farm they built their boat on had the story on their Website. I can't dig it out at the moment, if anyone knows what the farm was called I could probably find it in an archive

    They have now release a five part documentary on Youtube.

    Sadly Wayland died earlier this year. One can see his energy in the film.

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  2. cavalier mk2
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    I remember the article in "Wooden Boat" magazine back then. I liked the rig, remember they wound up staying in South America.
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    ...the only people we came across in more than 3 rtw-s, that wanted to charge a fellow cruiser for a lend of one of their books...

  4. Cheevo
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    Cheevo New Member

    This is the second time I have seen this trivial information. So petty. Something Meghan and Harry would focus on.
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