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Jacob F Schutt
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"Welcome aboard Jacob! I had similar moments with Cap Glaeser sailing into anchorages and love reflecting back to those moments. Mostly now I appreciate how much trust he had in us as crew. I remember well Cap Glaeser talking about the hurricane that…"
Mar 27
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When did you sail aboard Tabor Boy?
1990
How many years did you sail aboard Tabor Boy?
4
Were you a member of the Schooner Crew?
No
Were you an Officer?
No
Did you make any extended voyages? (i.e. Caribbean, Bermuda, etc.)
Caribbean
Did you participate in "Orientation at Sea" program for new students?
Yes
Tabor graduation year:
1990
College attended and year graduated:
Univ. Colorado Boulder - 1994
Do you currently work in the maritime field?
No
Current Occupation:
Finance
Website:
http://paralleladvisors.com
Last time you sailed on Tabor Boy?
2000
Do you own currently own a boat?
no
Favorite Tabor Boy moment
Sailining in the Caribbean. One in particular...Captain Geil steering the boat into a small anchorage under full sail. Not much room for error and he nailed it.
My father said with Captain Glazier in 1961 & 1962. They went through a hurricane off of Cape Hatteras and had to run off towards Bermuda. It was square rigged then and he remembers reefing the square sail as they rode up and down the waves.

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At 9:05am on March 27, 2020, James Hutton said…

Welcome aboard Jacob!

I had similar moments with Cap Glaeser sailing into anchorages and love reflecting back to those moments. Mostly now I appreciate how much trust he had in us as crew.

I remember well Cap Glaeser talking about the hurricane that your father was aboard for. It was pretty amazing and I think it was that trip where she was actually knocked down so that the yardarm was in the water. That prompted Cap to upgrade the main engine to a 8-71 Detroit so that he would have the HP to round up in the future if necessary. Wow, there have been some amazing adventures aboard the Schooner!

Thanks for joining and please post any pictures that you may have from your time aboard her.

Best regards,

Jamie

Executive O - '79

 
 
 

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