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German engineer Anton Flettner replaced 420 square meters of sail cloth on the schooner Buckau with two 15-meter-tall steel rotor sails, which were set spinning using a small engine.
Jonathan White is a sailor, surfer and conservationist whose interest in tides was piqued when his 65-foot schooner ran aground at high tide on a remote Alaskan coast.
Seeing these giant mammals along Norway’s coast is a heart-pounding, surreal experience, and sailing through Kaldfjord on the vintage schooner Opal is one of the best ways to encounter them up close.
The three masted schooner weighed 572 tons and was built in Camden, Maine, records show.
The walls are hung with watercolors of two-masted schooners, yachts, and seascapes, many of them painted on maps.
One of the highlights of the course is the 75-foot schooner ship as the 11th hole.
There will be non-military boats as well, including a number of schooners that may be participating in an offshore race.
An all-male student spirit squad called the RUF/NEKS ride and handle the schooner.
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